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WWE SmackDown Live Results: November 27 2018

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The 11/27/18 edition of WWE SmackDown Live, out of the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, just wrapped up. We’ve got the WWE SmackDown Live results, as well as our overall thoughts on the show, for you to check out below. Let us know what you thought about episode #1006 of WWE SmackDown by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.

The Man Returns


SmackDown general manager, Paige, kicked off the show by welcoming Becky Lynch back to the ring. After The Man made her way down, she talked herself up for a few minutes, then was joined by Charlotte Flair.

When Becky entrusted Charlotte with her match at Survivor Series, we assumed they were on good terms again, but it turns out they are still far from friends. Becky said that Charlotte did a decent job beating up Ronda Rousey, but that she would have done better. After a short verbal spat, Charlotte challenged The Man to a match – right then. Paige cut them off, however, and said that instead, they would instead have a tables, ladders, and chairs match at the upcoming TLC pay-per-view.

Mandy Rose, along with the other heel ladies of SmackDown, came down the ramp demanding a shot at Becky Lynch. Before Becky could respond, however, Naomi and the rest of the good guys of the women’s roster joined them on the ramp, saying that they agreed with Mandy and her crew for once; they felt that they were not given an even opportunity at the championship.

Paige liked what she saw and set a battle royal between every woman on the SmackDown roster to take place later in the evening. The winner will be added to the TLC match, making it a triple threat for the SmackDown Women’s Championship.


The Bar vs. The Usos


Backstage before the match, The Bar got rid of their bodyguard. Sheamus and Cesaro blamed Big Show for their embarrassing loss against The New Day in last week’s Thanksgiving Feast Fight, so Show punched Cesaro in the face and left the group.

The Bar were intent on putting a stop to their losing streak by securing the victory against The Usos. Sheamus and Cesaro nearly squeaked out a win, kicking out of every pinfall attempt, but The Usos’ wonder twin powers proved too strong in the end.

Winner: The Usos


The New Day Razz The Miz


The New Day gave The Miz some good-natured teasing regarding his loss to the Bryant Brothers last week, but Miz was not entertained. He said that he could beat every one of them, as he was one half of the best in the world, and was going to see the other half right then. Big E then accidentally outed himself as a Marine fan, and with Miz off to find his partner, the teasing turned toward E instead.


AJ Styles is Ready to Fight


AJ Styles came to the ring to address the match against Daniel Bryan in which he lost his WWE Championship. He essentially called Bryan a coward and said that at TLC, he will be invoking his rematch clause and taking his title back.


Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Rusev


Having grown quite comfortable in his role as bad guy champion, Shinsuke Nakamura had no problem at all hitting Rusev with the Kinshasa twice before the bell ever rang. The President of Nakamerica then walked away proudly with his championship, avoiding the match altogether.

Winner: N/A


SmackDown is Jeff Hardy


Jeff Hardy made his way to the ring to join Michael Cole in celebrating the 20th anniversary of The Charismatic Enigma’s WWE Superstardom. The entire SmackDown roster stood on the stage to welcome him as he went. An emotional video package encapsulating Jeff Hardy’s WWE career was shown, then he grabbed a mic and began his speech.

Jeff spoke about his career, making us increasingly nervous that he was about to announce his retirement. Instead, he said that he was far from retiring and looking forward to the future with the WWE Universe.

Joe interrupted the festivities, walking through the guys and gals still standing on the stage. He confronted Jeff with his actual past with drugs and alcohol, and the hypocrisy it took for him to stand on a pedestal knowing how many times he’s let his fans down.

Hardy said that nothing Joe said could ruin the moment for him; in fact, he would love to settle things right then with a match. Joe wasn’t in the mood, but we’re sure there will be plenty of action between Hardy and Joe in the near future.


Kofi Kingston vs. The Miz


With Big E and Xavier Woods at ringside, Kofi Kingston went head to head with The Miz, whose other half apparently declined to join him for moral support.

Although Kofi fought Miz fairly, his teammates did protect him from some of Miz’s more dastardly strategies. Having avoided several devastating spots, including a chair shot, Kofi Kingston snagged the win with his Trouble in Paradise.

Winner: Kofi Kingston


The Viper Strikes Again


Rey Mysterio’s mask in hand, Randy Orton came to the ring to talk about his heinous attack on Mysterio last week. He said he disagreed with the audience’s negative view of the segment; he was quite proud of his actions.

Mysterio came out to confront him and was immediately assaulted again by The Viper. Randy attempted to remove his mask again but settled for his neck brace. Mysterio caught him off guard, hitting him with a 619 before grabbing a steel chair. Unfortunately, Orton got his wind back while Mysterio was getting the chair and turned the attack around on him, beating Mysterio down before walking away.


The Miz Fights for His Partner


The Miz did his best to convince Shane McMahon of their partnership, going as far as to accuse him of being a bad parent by neglecting the child they shared (the World Cup).


Women’s Battle Royal


The entire SmackDown women’s division – Carmella, Mandy Rose, Sonya Deville, Peyton Royce, Billie Kay, Zelina Vega, Lana, Asuka, and Naomi – fought in a battle royal for the chance to join the TLC match against Becky Lynch and Charlotte for Lynch’s Women’s Championship.

The two women already in the match, Charlotte and Becky, sat ringside to watch the action unfold.

The Empress of Tomorrow was a dominating force from the very start, eliminating more competitors than anyone else in the match. When it came down to the final two – Asuka and Sonya Deville – Mandy Rose attempted to assist her (maybe?) best friend in stealing the victory, but Asuka took out both Absolution members, scoring the victory and the spot in the upcoming title match at TLC.

Winner: Asuka


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