The December 6 2019 edition of SmackDown, out of the Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville, North Carolina, 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 #1059 of SmackDown by tweeting us, @TheRumbleRamble.
Daniel Bryan is Missing
After a video package recapping the events of last week, The Miz came to the ring to discuss Daniel Bryan, who was supposed to be his guest for the evening but hasn’t been seen since being pulled into the underworld by The Fiend.
Miz said that even though he and Bryan were far from friends, he would discover what happened to him, no matter what it took. At this, Bray Wyatt appeared on the big screen, saying that Miz didn’t want to know what happened to Bryan, even Bray didn’t want to know.
Bray said that he was disappointed that it didn’t look like Bryan would return in time for TLC next week, and invited Miz to “play” instead. Miz rejected his offer, saying that Bryan was part of the WWE Family, and deserved to be set free.
Bray talked about his old family, referring to The Wyatt Family (Daniel Bryan, Erick Rowan, and Luke Harper), before saying that he had an opportunity to gain a new family, producing a picture of Miz’s wife and two children.
Miz left the ring in a hurry, no doubt on a mission to find The Fun House, and Bray took that as his cue to disappear.
Backstage, Miz was shown on the phone with Maryse, trying to calm her down before informing her that he would be on the next flight home.
Alexa Bliss vs. Mandy Rose
With NXT referee Jessica Carr making her SmackDown debut for this match, Mandy Rose got the early advantage with a headlock. Alexa pushed her away, which angered Mandy, as Bliss came too close to messing up The Golden Goddess’ face.
Mandy rolled out of the ring to compose herself, and Alexa sprinted after her, sliding under the bottom rope looking to connect with a kick, but missed. Rose responded with a vicious knee strike, throwing her back into the ring for more punishment.
With Alexa pinned to the mat, Mandy ripped her false eyelashes from her face, Alexa screaming in pain. Mandy hoped to finish the match here, throwing another knee strike after a dropkick, but Alexa dodged the finish.
Alexa began to pick up steam and, in an effort to bring it to a halt, Sonya Deville caused a distraction. Luckily, Nikki Cross was also at ringside, and able to slam into her with a crossbody, preventing any further interference.
In all of the confusion, Alexa Bliss ascended the ropes and took the win with her Twisted Bliss finisher.
Winner: Alexa Bliss
Drake Maverick Challenges Elias
Backstage, Drake Maverick approached Dana Brooke, inquiring about her upcoming dinner date with Dave Batista. Elias put a stop to this conversation by placing himself and his guitar between them and breaking into a song listing the reasons why Batista is clearly better than Drake.
The Drifter angered Maverick when he dropped the line, “you’re the best I ever had – at least that’s what your wife said” and Drake smacked him before storming to the ring to demand a fight.
Elias, followed by Dana Brooke, came to the ring to accept his challenge. The Drifter made a fool out of Drake, dodging his attempts to attack before spanking him in the middle of the ring. Elias then invited Dana to join him, who stood on Drake as Elias counted to three.
Bray Wyatt Leaves The Fun House
Still in the arena, The Miz came upon the picture Bray had shown earlier, but instead of Miz with his family, Bray had taken his place. Before Miz had a chance to react, Bray Wyatt appeared behind him, taking him down with a Sister Abigail.
An official came upon the scene, where Miz awoke confused, as both Bray and the picture were gone.
Mustafa Ali and Shorty G vs. Lucha House Party vs. The Revival vs. Heavy Machinery
Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Elimination Match
Mustafa Ali and Shorty G shone brightly in this match, both men having impressive sequences with Gran Metalik to start the action. When neither Ali nor Metalik was able to finish the other, Tucker and Lince Dorado took over, working together to keep The Revival at bay. This alliance was short-lived, however, as Otis and Tucker were soon taking Gran Metalik out with their Compactor finisher, eliminating Lucha House Party.
Back from commercial, Heavy Machinery had turned their attention to Ali/G, but Dash Wilder intervened, tagging himself into the match. Unfortunately, Shorty G immediately got back into the match, taking Dawson down.
At this point, Otis tagged in, hitting all of his greatest hits until he was eliminated by The Revival and their double team finisher. With only The Revival and Shorty G/Mustafa Ali left in the ring, the action quickly began to heat up.
Seated at the announce table, The New Day had been thoroughly enjoying themselves throughout the match – that is until Ali and Shorty threw The Revival into them, causing Big E and Kofi to retract all of the nice things they had said about their fellow good guy tag team.
After another break, Scott Dawson was doing his best to bring Gable down with a Gory Special. Shorty G fired off a few suplexes to put a stop to The Revival’s momentum and tagged in Ali, who came close to victory but was thwarted by a clothesline from Dash.
And from here, any time Mustafa tried to regain his footing in the match, The Revival shut him down. Shorty G tagged in as The Revival flung Ali into the timekeeper’s area at ringside, trapping Dash in an ankle lock, but Dawson saved his partner with an assault on Gable. With Shorty G wounded, The Revival took the win with a Shatter Machine, claiming their spot in the SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match against The New Day next week at TLC.
Post-match, Scott Dawson cut one of his better WWE promos, promising to beat The New Day at TLC, ending their embarrassing reign over the SmackDown tag team division.
Winner: The Revival
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The Celtic Warrior Returns
Sheamus announced his return to WWE in a promo backstage. Sporting the classic Celtic Warrior look, Sheamus put the entire SmackDown roster on notice, claiming that he is more than willing to take down anyone who stands in his way on the way to the top.
Lacey Evans vs. P.T. Barnum Jr.
Lacey Evans absolutely demolished some girl dressed in ringleader gear. And directly afterward, Sasha Banks took Lacey being in the ring as an opportunity to confront her.
Sasha Banks stood on the apron talking smack to Lacey. She warned the Southern Belle to never mess with her or her best friend Bayley ever again, at which Lacey simply smirked, but then Sasha took it too far.
Banks said that Lacey was a terrible role model for her dumb daughter (or something just as mean), and Lacey got angry, informing Sasha that she would regret it if she ever mentioned Lacey’s daughter again.
Lacey continued by reminding Sasha and the WWE Universe that she is a Marine and more than capable of taking Sasha and Bayley down. Evans laid Sasha out, who looked crushed to have taken such a blow (both physically and to her ego).
As Lacey Evans proudly made her way back up the ramp, she turned to blow the North Carolina crowd one last kiss, and Bayley attacked her from behind, laying her out as Sasha grinned from the ring.
Winner: Lacey Evans
Dolph Ziggler vs. Roman Reigns
Determined to get revenge on The Big Dog, Dolph Ziggler charged toward him the moment the match began. And though Reigns was able to block his initial attack, Ziggler quickly gained control of the action with a series of maneuvers that ended with Dolph brutally launching Reigns into the steel steps outside of the ring.
Back from commercial, Dolph Ziggler still had a firm grip on the upper hand, gaining a near fall with a dropkick. And it was all Show-Off from here, Dolph crushing Roman Reigns both inside of the ring and out, successfully evading any attempt Roman made at a comeback.
Eventually, King Baron Corbin made his entrance, carried to the ring on his usual throne. But this time, Corbin didn’t rise from his chair. Instead, he sat at ringside, watching the match.
Roman finally got back into the match with a Superman Punch but was thrown into the ring post for his troubles. Ziggler connected with his ZigZag finisher, but Roman kicked out. Then, after nailing Baron Corbin with a Superman Punch, Roman leveled Ziggler with a spear to win.
But Roman Reigns’ hard-fought victory celebration was cut short, as a furious Baron Corbin lunged at him. Roman was soon overpowered by the gang of Corbin’s followers, along with Dolph Ziggler and King Corbin himself.
Ziggler and Corbin handcuffed Reigns to one of the ring posts, beat him mercilessly, and, in a disgusting final scene, poured several cans of dog food over Roman Reigns’ head.
Winner: Roman Reigns
SmackDown Results (December 6 2019)
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