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WWE SmackDown Results, Live Updates, Highlights & Commentary online from Friday Night SmackDown after WWE Elimination Chamber (26th February 2021)

Will Edge and Roman Reigns come face to face once again on SmackDown?
Updated: 27 February 2021 08:51 IST - Published: 26 February 2021 16:20 IST
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What does this mean for Fastlane? Bryan didn't beat Jey, so does that mean he's out of the title picture? Will his beef with Edge get him back in at some point? 

Thanks for following along with us, folks. We'll see you next week for Monday Night RAW. 
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Bryan's Knee Plus is countered by a chop block to the front of the knee, turning Bryan inside out. A superkick rocks him, but he's able to kick out just in time. Jey climbs to the top rope for the Uso Splash. Bryan manages to stop him and looks for an avalanche double underhook suplex. It connects, allowing Bryan to set up for the Yes Lock once again. Jey fights and crawls and scratches to the floor, dragging Bryan out and slinging him into the steel steps. 

As Uso works over Bryan's knee, the ref counts to ten. 

Double count-out. 

Daniel Bryan locks Jey in the Yes Lock, only for Roman Reigns to save his cousin. The Universal Champion gets a taste of the Yes Lock again, just for Jey to break it up. In a two-on-one assault, Bryan just can't keep up. The spear cuts Bryan in half, and the guillotine puts him to sleep. 
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Bryan's knee buckled for a moment, giving Jey Uso the time to take it out. A leaping stomp to the back of the knee left Bryan in severe agony. Jey follows up with a single leg Boston Crab. 
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Bryan lights up Uso with the Gulak-ified Yes Kicks and takes him to the floor for a flying knee. 
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Back from the break and Jey Uso is still working over that knee. Daniel Bryan nearly traps him in the Yes Lock, but Jey is able to attack the knee to prevent the hold from being synched in. 
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On the floor, Jey counters a suicide dive with a superkick, catching Bryan right in mid-air. The bad knee is smashed into the announcer's desk and the ring post as we cut to commercial. 
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Daniel Bryan lays into Jey Uso, hitting the running dropkick and a series of roundhouses in the corner. Taken up top, Uso is launched to the mat with a super hurricanrana, earning Bryan a two-count.
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Well, he says nothing. He does swing him around the ring, though, leaving Rollins flailing and screaming while his jacket flies off into the ropes. Looks like that's a no. A running uppercut turns Rollins inside out, and it looks like we've got a phenomenal workhorse feud for WrestleMania. 

Daniel Bryan comes out next, with Cesaro giving the former WWE Champion a fist bump. Cesaro believes in Bryan, can he pull off this win tonight? 
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The former WWE Champion asks Cesaro what he's missing. What's the one thing that's keeping him one step away from the top? It's the killer instinct, and Rollins promises to help cultivate that in the Swiss Superman. Rollins and Cesaro working together? That's a dream team. Heck, if Cesaro had listened two weeks ago, he would've won the chamber and beaten Roman on Sunday. 

All that's in the past, though. Water under the bridge. It's time to embrace the vision. What does Cesaro say? 
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Seth Rollins is quickly interrupted by Cesaro before he can even make his statement. Rollins promises that what happened two weeks ago was just a mistake and that they go back long enough for Cesaro to understand that. Rollins calls Cesaro a star, dismissing all the brass ring and glass ceiling comments. 
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Seth Rollins is out next. What's the Friday Night Messiah got planned for us tonight?
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Backstage, Daniel Bryan claims that he's got a better shot at Roman Reigns than Edge does. The fact of the matter is, Edge doesn't have what it takes to beat Roman. Edge comes in and asks what would happen if Edge instead faced Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania. That does sound like a pretty exciting match. 
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Back from the break, Ford is being dismantled by the "New Can-Am Connection." However, Dawkins tags back in and takes the fight to both Zayn and Corbin. However, Dawkins spends too much time on Corbin, allowing Zayn to spike him with a DDT for the two-count. The film crew gets up close and personal with Corbin, infuriating him. 

Ford leaps over Zayn and takes out Corbin. Dawkins plants Zayn with a double underhook lifting neckbreaker, and Ford follows up with From the Heavens. 

Street Profits defeat Sami Zayn and King Corbin via pinfall. 
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Corbin is a bit more powerful than Dawkins, so the heavy hitter of the Street Profits opts to use his elusiveness to evade Corbin's big shots, bouncing him off the ropes for a dropkick. Corbin attempts his rounding clothesline on the floor, but the documentary crew gets in the way, stopping his momentum and allowing the Profits to knock him down. 
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Sami Zayn starts the bout off with Montez Ford. Zayn is impressed by the fantastic, make it look easy athleticism that Ford possesses. As Dawkins and Corbin tag in, we see SmackDown Tag Champs The Dirty Dawgs watching the match backstage. 
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Sami Zayn and King Corbin are tagging against the Street Profits tonight, though Corbin has no idea why. Zayn, accompanied by his film crew, reveals that it was his idea. They had some great chemistry a few weeks ago, and Zayn feels they could win tag team gold if they stick together. Corbin agrees but hates the documentarians. 
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Belair makes it official. At WrestleMania, she'll challenge Sasha Banks for the SmackDown Women's Championship. Don't worry, folks. She pointed at the sign. 
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Sasha Banks follows up, pushing Reginald away before making her claim for being the best decision for Bianca Belair. 
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Does Michael Cole say Boss Time solely to annoy fans? 
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After two video packages highlighting the Empress of Tomorrow and The Boss, Bianca Belair is interrupted by Reginald. The sommelier claims that Bianca was elevated by Sasha's genius on Sunday, and she's quite special. However, he knows that Belair simply cannot beat Sasha Banks at WrestleMania. 
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Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville introduce Belair, who nearly captured the WWE Women's Tag Team Titles with Sasha Banks at Elimination Chamber. 
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Next up, Bianca Belair makes her big decision. Who will the EST. of WWE challenge at WrestleMania?
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After a Samoan Drop, Tamina drives Liv into the mat with a swingout sidewalk slam for the win. 

Tamina defeats Liv Morgan via pinfall. 
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Tamina hammers Morgan into the mat repeatedly but just can't get that win. A step-up enzuigiri connects for Morgan, allowing her to send Tamina into the corner with a dropkick. A dropkick from the second rope takes Tamina off her feet for a two-count. 
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