WWE News: What happened after SmackDown Live 26 July, 2016, went off air
The virtual premiere of SmackDown Live was a mixed bag, to be politically correct. Shane and Daniel were left with just one option to keep things moving and that option was one which could, in any environment, take care of itself.
The six-pack challenge for the number one contender’s slot shouldered a show that sparked but didn’t really ignite. The battle royal to determine the sixth man in the main event seemed gratuitous.
Randy Orton still has some work to do before he can have the crowd at his fingertips. The Superstars who debuted were easily the next best thing, not to mention Becky Lynch’s win over Natalya.
The portion of the crowd that stayed back in the Niagra Center got a chance to direct their frustration(assuming they were) at their favorite whipping boy. Roman Reigns showed up after the cameras switched off to join forces with Dean Ambrose against Bray Wyatt and another Raw import, Seth Rollins.
Dean Ambrose hit Dirty Deeds on Seth Rollins for the win. That makes it two out of two for Dean Ambrose, who teamed with John Cena last night on Raw’s dark match to defeat AJ Styles and Seth Rollins.