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WWE SmackDown Results, Live Updates, Highlights & Commentary online from Friday Night SmackDown after TLC (25th December 2020)

Roman Reigns defends his Universal Championship against Kevin Owens inside the steel cage.
Updated: 26 December 2020 09:00 IST - Published: 24 December 2020 10:16 IST
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Thanks for joining us, folks. Have a happy rest of your holiday season. Weโ€™ll see you next week for RAW. 
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Even Corey Graves had to appreciate what Big E had done tonight. Big E walks over and he and Graves shake hands, looking to start the new year and title reign off right.
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A sunset flip powerbomb nearly ends Eโ€™s championship hopes. E ducks another Helluva Kick and takes Zayn to the floor with the spear through the ropes. 

The lumberjacks brawl, and Sami attempts to leave the Thunderdome. Unfortunately, Sami is taken back to the ring, and E plants him with a belly-to-belly. The big splash sets up the Big Ending. 

1-2-3 we have a new Intercontinental Champion!

Big E defeats Sami Zayn via pinfall. 
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Sami escapes the Big Ending and rushes to the floor. The lumberjacks stop him from escaping, but Sami poked E in the eyes.
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Back from the break, E counters the Helluva Kick with a uranage, getting a near fall. 
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Back in the ring, E nearly locks in the Stretch Muffler. Zayn pulls himself to the floor. E stomps him out on the apron and goes for his apron splash, only for the champ to move out of harmโ€™s way. 

Again, E is mauled by the lumberjacks. Zayn follows up with a big dive, bringing E down as we cut to break. 
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Big E overpowers Sami Zayn in the opening, nearly getting the win after one slam. Sami trips him up, sending him face first into the turnbuckle. 

Zayn dumps him to the floor where heโ€™s attacked by the lumberjacks. 
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Daniel Bryan is the first to declare for the Royal Rumble Match. 
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Next up is the main event, Big E challenges Sami Zayn for the Intercontinental Championship in a Lumberjack Match.
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Uso gets locked in a single leg Boston Crab, and barely makes it to the ropes. Jey and Bryan trade mounted punches, ending with Jey seemingly knocking Bryan out with a headbutt. 

Jey misses the super kick, and the Knee Plus lays Jey out for the win. 

Daniel Bryan defeats Jey Uso via pinfall, 
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Bryan sets up for Knee Plus, but is blasted with two super kicks instead. The Uso Splash connects, but Jeyโ€™s injured leg prevents him from getting the quick cover, giving Braun just enough time to kick out.
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During the break, Bryan turns things around and we come back to Bryan kicking Jeyโ€™s leg in the corner. A super hurricanrana takes Jey down for a two-count.
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Bryan wifs the running knee in the corner and is hit by an Umaga style running hip attack. He manages to send Jey to the floor, but a suicide dive turns badly when Uso bounces Bryanโ€™s face off the table.
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Bryan manages to fire up a bit, but his offense is turned into a Samoan Drop. Jey stalks a weakened Bryan, who has trouble standing let alone fighting.
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Back from the break, Pat Buck says that heโ€™s gonna call the match off. Bryan declines, and gets in the ring rather unstable. As the bell rings, Jey Uso again lays out Bryan. 
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Daniel Bryan is scheduled to take on Jey Uso next, but his opponent lays him out before the break. Will Bryan be able to compete tonight?
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Backstage, The Street Profits have a gift for Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn. The Great Liberator is excited until he sees a shirt that says โ€œI was Intercontinental Champion.โ€
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Asuka tags in and lights up Belair with roundhouse kicks. Belair blocks the final one, turning it into a sit-out powerbomb for a near fall.

Bayley attacks Banks, unseen by the referee. Asuka rocks Belair and tags in Flair for Natural Selection.

Charlotte Flair and Asuka defeat Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks via pinfall.
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Sasha Banks is locked in the Figure-4 as Charlotte tries to  finish Banks off. Bianca tossed her hair to Banks, dragging her back to her corner. A handspring moonsault hits Flair for a two-count. 

An inside cradle nearly puts Flair away. As Flair goes for the Figure-8, Banks drops her with the Meteora.
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Asuka rocks Bayley with a knee and tags in Bianca Belair, who comes in like a house on fire. An impressive stalling suplex drops Bayley for a two-count. 

Charlotte is planted with a Glam Slam by Bianca, but the EST of WWE is rolled up. She kicks out and hits a spinebuster.

Banks hits a Frog Splash, eliminating Bayley and Carmella. 
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Back from the break, Carmella and Bayley are punishing Asuka. The RAW Womenโ€™s Champion is stuck in no manโ€™s land, being mauled by two former SmackDown Womenโ€™s Champs while her partner watches on. 
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Bayley and Asuka tag in, and a lot of chaos leaves the rest of the competitors out on the floor. Back inside, Bayley hits the Bayley-to-Belly for a two-count.
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Asuka breaks away and tags Sasha, who is amped up and ready to get her hands on Carmella. 

Banks and Bianca batter Carmella for a while before she scurries away to Charlotte Flair. 

Belair and Flair have some history, as The EST. Of WWE tried to take Charlotte out of her title bout at WrestleMania this year. Theyโ€™re pretty evenly matched, and both struggle to gain the upper hand. 

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This tag match features three of the Four Horsewomen on each team. 

Bayley starts things off with the champs, leading to Asuka pelting her with a series of kicks for a two-count. 

Bayley takes over with a right to the jaw. Carmella tags in, and traps Asuka in a figure-four necklock  in the ropes. 
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