The December 13 2019 edition of SmackDown, out of the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, just wrapped up. We’ve got the WWE SmackDown results, as well as our overall thoughts on the show, for you to check out below. Let us know what you thought about episode #1060 of SmackDown by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.
King Corbin Feels No Remorse
Baron Corbin and his loyal subject, Dolph Ziggler, opened tonight’s episode of SmackDown. Corbin gave an overview of what he had planned for his match against Roman Reigns at TLC on Sunday, then warned Roman not to cross him again unless he wanted punishment even worse than being covered in dog food.
With Dolph Ziggler smirking at his side, Baron Corbin went on to say that he wasn’t sorry for what he did last week; in fact, the entire SmackDown locker room agreed with him (allegedly) and Dolph Ziggler was there as their spokesperson.
Ziggler enthusiastically agreed with everything Corbin said, but just as he was failing to start a chant for Corbin, Kofi Kingston and Big E made their entrance.
The former WWE Champion defended Roman Reigns, claiming that guys like himself and Roman were ten times the men than Corbin would ever be, then smacked the King in the face. Corbin vowed to get revenge on Kingston and left the ring in a huff.
As he and Ziggler arrived backstage, they found Corbin’s entourage laid out backstage, including the men who helped beat down Reigns last week and the ones who carry Corbin and his throne to the ring.
Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross vs. Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville
During their pre-match interview, Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross were ambushed by Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville, who were tired of waiting for their opponents to make their way to the ring.
After a brawl on the stage, the match officially began, Deville and Rose gaining the upper hand by double-teaming Nikki Cross. When Alexa Bliss had seen enough, she pulled Mandy Rose out of the ring, preventing any further double-team attacks and allowing Nikki Cross to take the win with her Purge neckbreaker.
Winner: Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss
Holiday Ham Gone Wrong
Backstage, Otis and Tucker of Heavy Machinery approached Sami Zayn with a gift they had brought just for him. But, as a long-time vegan, Zayn was disgusted to discover that this gift was one of meat. A holiday ham, to be specific.
Zayn said it was the worst gift he had ever received, and despite Otis’ explanation that he didn’t know Sami would be offended and Tucker’s demands that Zayn drop it, Sami continued on his rampage, challenging them to a match (on Cesaro and Shinsuke’s behalf, of course).
To make matters worse for Otis, Cesaro threw the ham to the ground as he passed by, causing Otis to scream and cry in horror.
Shorty G and Mustafa Ali vs. The Revival
After recovering from the little tumble he took on his way down to the ring, Dash Wilder started the match against Shorty G, gaining the early advantage and sending Gable flying out of the ring.
Dawson shoved Ali out of the way at ringside, then helped Dash throw Shorty into the announce table, and took over for The Revival back in the ring. Shorty G began to fight back but was caught with a backbreaker.
Ali/Gable and The Revival traded double team attacks, after which Dawson connected with a powerbomb on Shorty. At this point, chaos ensued, all four men throwing everything they had at each other, but when the dust cleared, it was The Revival who hit their Shatter Machine on a mid-air Mustafa Ali for the win.
Winner: The Revival
Elias’ Christmas Gift to Bayley
Bayley was in the middle of a very important interview backstage when she was interrupted by the strumming of Elias’ guitar. She turned to confront him, but he said he was there with a song for her. Bayley looked pleased at first, but quickly became insulted as she realized that it was a diss track.
Dana Brooke, who has been at Elias’ side the past few weeks, laughed at the disrespectful song, which offended Bayley even more, so she challenged Dana to a match.
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Dana Brooke vs. Bayley
In an effort to prove to the SmackDown Women’s Champ that she is not the one to mess with, Dana Brooke took control quickly with a series of stomps followed by an elbow strike at ringside.
Bayley responded with a clothesline, but Dana did her one better, connecting with a Batistabomb, courtesy of her new boo, gaining a near fall. Unfortunately for Dana, this would be the end of her offense, as Bayley took the win shortly after with her Bayley to Belly.
Renee Young Interviews The Miz
Miz was given the unique opportunity to be interviewed in the comfort of his own home, as Bray Wyatt threatened his family last week on SmackDown, and he didn’t feel comfortable leaving them alone.
But his presence still wasn’t enough, as in the middle of his interview, just as he was getting fired up about his long history with Daniel Bryan, Maryse’s scream broke the calm. Miz ran to her, finding her watching their baby monitor, which showed baby Monroe surrounded by Fun House puppets, someone obviously playing with one of them.
The couple sprinted up the stairs, the camera crew in hot pursuit, where they found Monroe in her crib, all the puppets gone, but a doll with The Fiend’s face paint remaining. Monroe whined and pointed at the doll and Miz asked the crew to leave.
Back in Milwaukee, Bray Wyatt was shown in his Fun House, Fiend doll in hand. Wyatt said that Miz’s focus on Daniel Bryan left him open to play with Bray.
Heavy Machinery vs. Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura
Hometown boy Otis was the star of the show in this match, despite failing to emerge victorious when it was all said and done. Big Tucky started the match against Cesaro, gaining control of the match and tagging Otis into the action. Shinsuke Nakamura took over as well, and after a barrage of offense from Otis, he worked together with Cesaro to wear him down.
Tucker came in with the assist, helping Otis throw both opponents to the floor before hamming it up (pun intended) in front of the Milwaukee crowd.
Back from commercial, Cesaro was doing his best to overpower Tucker while the crowd was going absolutely wild for Otis – who they got soon after. Otis came into the match guns blazing, taking out both Cesaro and Nakamura single-handedly.
Shinsuke put a stop to his growing momentum with a kick to the face, and it was all downhill for the super heavyweights from there. Otis and Tucker did everything they could to regain the upper hand, but a Kinshasa to Tucker ultimately ended the match.
Winner: Cesaro and Shinsuke Nakamura
Kofi Kingston vs. Baron Corbin
The first portion of this match was all Kofi Kingston. The former champ overcame everything Corbin tried to throw at him, tossing him to the floor before diving onto him.
Back from commercial, however, Baron Corbin had become frustrated. The King shoved Kofi from the turnbuckle to the floor, where he threw Kofi into a ring post. And in every attempt Kofi made at a comeback, Corbin was there to send him crashing back down.
But this wasn’t enough punishment for Corbin and Ziggler, so Ziggler stepped in to help Corbin – and was thrown from ringside. He didn’t go quietly, though, and attacked Big E at ringside. And when Kofi tried to help his teammate, a brawl broke out between all four men and the referee stopped the match.
More determined than ever to knock Corbin and Ziggler down a peg, Big E grabbed a microphone and challenged them to a tag match.
Kofi Kingston and Big E vs. Baron Corbin and Dolph Ziggler
Back from commercial, the tag match was official and Big E was in the ring with Dolph Ziggler. Ziggler slammed E with a Famouser, tagging Corbin in when it wasn’t enough to put him away.
After Corbin took a stab at taking Big E down, Kofi Kingston took over, but it wasn’t long before Baron Corbin disqualified himself by handcuffing Kofi to the ring post in the exact way he handcuffed Roman Reigns last week.
The Revival appeared at ringside to assist in the humiliation of The New Day, taking Big E out with a Shatter Machine just as he was recovering from an attack from Ziggler. It didn’t look good for The New Day, but luckily, Roman Reigns was there to save the day.
The Big Dog ran down to the ring, flattening everyone in sight (on Team Corbin, of course) before taking Corbin down with a Superman Punch. Dolph tried to avenge his king with a superkick, The Revival jumping in to help hold him down, but Roman overpowered them.
After laying the SmackDown on every bad guy within reach, Roman helped Big E and Kofi Kingston to their feet and stood tall in the ring as Corbin talked trash as he retreated.
Winner: The New Day (via disqualification)
SmackDown (December 13 2019)
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