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Ricochet vs. Happy Corbin

In a match made backstage following Ricochet’s reaction to Pat McAfee’s recap of his win over Happy Corbin, The One and Only battled Corbin in singles competition to kick off Friday’s show.

Ricochet used his speed and agility to frustrate the former King of the Ring early but the bigger, stronger, former Golden Gloves boxer flattened him with a hard right hand to turn the tide in his favor entering the commercial break.

Corbin overwhelmed his opponent with his size advantage, delivering a torture rack neckbreaker for a count of two. Unfortunately, he allowed his vendetta against McAfee to distract him. Ricochet capitalized, delivered the Recoil and scored the win with the 630 splash.

This was a fun, somewhat unexpected way to kick off the show.

McAfee is so likable and is a mainstream media personality, so it would make sense that the creative team would want to capitalize on his popularity among the WWE fans and feature him early.

It came at the expense of a top heel who is perpetually over with fans and featured Ricochet, one of the many underutilized talents of his generation, scoring a much-needed win.

The One and Only is one of Triple H’s guys dating back to his days in NXT. He is the former United States and Intercontinental champion but somehow, feels like he has only scratched the surface of what he is capable of achieving in WWE

His utilization in hyping the crowd off and creating energy from the opening match may prove telling of the new Head of Creative’s plans for him moving forward.

Result: Ricochet pinned Corbin



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Baron Corbin vs. Pat McAfee

The grudge match between McAfee and Corbin was up next. Michael Cole and Corey Graves each had their favorite and made no attempt to hide their inability to be unbiased.

McAfee had a choir sing “Bum ass Corbin” over and over before his actual entrance music started up.

After Corbin shoved him, McAfee uncorked a superkick out of nowhere to get the action going. The fight was taken out of the ring within a minute, so they were not going for a typical wrestling match. They were trying to make this look like a fight.

While this didn’t reach the level of excitement that McAfee’s match with Theory, it was another solid entry into the former NFL kicker’s lineup of performances thus far. Corbin did a great job taking care of his opponent while also making him look good.

After the ref was taken out for a moment, McAfee hit a low blow followed by a sunset flip for the win.

Winner: Pat McAfee by pinfall 


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  • After the break, Happy Corbin followed up his taunting of Pat McAfee by jumping the guardrail and delivering a low blow.


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Happy Corbin bumrushes Pat McAfee at the announce table and beats him down!


Pat chases him to the back and gets the better of him just as road agents swarm to pull them apart and send us to break.


Back from commercial, we get a recap of what we just saw, because that’s just how it is sometimes.


Pat McAfee hits the ring and cuts a promo before going back to commentary.


He has one thing to say to bum-ass Corbin, at SummerSlam he won’t be able to cheapshot him or blindside him, they’ll go one-on-one, man vs. big dumb bald baby, and when this foot hits his ugly head, he’s gonna put him down for a nap for good.



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After missing last week’s show following a sneak attack suffered at the hands of Happy Corbin at Money in the Bank, Pat McAfee kicked off Friday’s broadcast with an in-ring promo in which he ran down the history between him and Corbin.

McAfee was his normal, animated and charismatic self, sucking the audience into his promo and nearly getting a “Douchebag Corbin” chant going before the former King of the Ring interrupted.

He predictably refused to join McAfee in the squared circle, leaving the color commentator of the A-show to introduce new SmackDown



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  • Corbin popping, then rocking out on the air guitar while mocking Pat McAfee’s love for Nakamura, was great television and popped this writer.
  • Cole attempted to knock Corbin’s NFL career during his stint with the Indianapolis Colts, only to be shut down by Happy, who reminded him of his offensive line career with the Arizona Cardinals.



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There was the typical back and forth, followed by appearances from The Miz, Happy Corbin, Madcap Moss and Ezekiel, which led to a Battle Royal to kick off the night’s in-ring action.

A week after they coexisted long enough to defeat The Usos and preserve their spots in Saturday’s match, Sheamus and McIntyre found themselves battling late in the contest. The Scottish Warrior dumped Zayn over the top rope and turned his attention back to his foe, only for Corbin to slide in from out of nowhere to eliminate them both and earn the win.

An overly happy Corbin taunted color commentator, and newfound rival, Pat McAfee following the win.


Corbin defeated Rollins, Zayn, Sheamus, McIntyre, Ezekiel, Miz, Riddle, Moss and Omos


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Drew McIntyre makes his way out to the ring for his first SmackDown appearance since his in ring return at Royal Rumble. McIntyre says that it feels good to be back. McIntyre says that a doctor told him he wouldn’t be able to make it to Royal Rumble. McIntyre worked as hard as he could to rehab and make it back. McIntyre says his focus right now is all on Happy Corbin and Madcap Moss. Immediately following this, Corbin makes his way out. Corbin says it was a miracle for McIntyre to return, but Corbin asks if it was all worth it to end up a failure. Madcap moss tries to sneak up on McIntyre in the ring but McIntyre points his sword right in Moss’ face and turns around and demands Moss tell a joke. McIntyre specifically asks for Moss to make a joke about him. Moss tells a joke and Corbin laughs at the top of the ramp and McIntyre laughs too and them drops Moss with a Claymore.

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Happy Baron Corbin is out at #15. Corbin goes to work on Dominik and then chokeslams Theory in the middle of the ring. Ricochet attacks Corbin. Ricochet tries to springboard up but Corbin shoves him to the floor. Ricochet has been eliminated. AJ comes from behind but Corbin hangs on. AJ and Corbin go at it now. The #16 entrant is Dolph Ziggler entering his 15th Rumble. Ziggler hits the ring and superkicks Corbin, then unloads on him in the corner. Corbin sends Ziggler to the mat. Corbin sends Dominik into the corner and ends up hitting a big Deep Six. Corbin eliminates Dominik.

AJ and Theory go at it. AJ eliminates Theory. Sheamus is out at #17. AJ eliminates Holland right in Sheamus’ face. Sheamus checks on Holland and hits the ring, going right for AJ. Sheamus drops AJ with a knee and Gable attacks Sheamus from behind. Sheamus with the Irish Curse backbreaker to Gable. Sheamus tosses AJ to the apron but he hangs on. Sheamus with 10 Beats of The Bodhrán to AJ on the apron. Rick Boogs is out next at #18. Boogs unloads and then attacks Gable, showing off some and placing him on the top turnbuckle. Gable pulls Boogs into an armbar using the ropes but Boogs easily curls him back into the ring and slams him. Sheamus works on dumping Corbin. Boogs presses Gable with one arm, then eliminates him.

AJ works on eliminating Ziggler but he hangs on. The #19 entrant is Madcap Moss. Corbin and Moss team up on Sheamus in the corner now. moss attacks AJ while Corbin sends Sheamus to the apron but he rolls back in. Boogs presses Ziggler high in the air and tries to dump him to the floor but Ziggler hangs on to the ropes. Moss runs into AJ’s boots in the corner. AJ springboards up and Moss ducks but Corbin catches him with a chokeslam backbreaker. Moss eliminates AJ. Corbin and Moss celebrate the elimination.

The #20 entrant is Riddle on his scooter. Riddle flies in and kicks his flip-flops off, ducks Moss and drops him on his head. Moss ends up beating Riddle down but Boogs makes the save. Corbin saves Moss from Boogs. Moss tosses Boogs to the apron and then knocks him off. Boogs has been eliminated and fans boo. Moss and Corbin celebrate their elimination. The #21 entrant is Drew McIntyre for the surprise return.

Dew hits the ring as Moss and Corbin look on. Drew drops Ziggler and unloads on Moss. Drew fights off Moss and Corbin now. Drew eliminates Moss and then eliminates Corbin. Drew stands tall to a big pop. Drew then goes to the floor and unloads on Corbin and Moss some more, launching them with big throws. Drew takes half of the steel ring steps and rams them to Corbin’s face. Drew with another big shot to Corbin and then he slams Moss on top of the second half of the steps. Referees surround Drew and try to get him to relax. The #22 entrant is Kevin Owens. Owens and Drew meet at ringside and start brawling.

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Big E & Kofi Kingston vs Happy Corbin & Madcap Moss

The match begins with Moss hitting Big E with a shoulder tackle. Big E hits a high elbow to drop Moss and Kingston is tagged in. Corbin tags in and Corbin hits a running lariat to Kingston in the corner. Kingston hits a drop kick and Moss tags in and Kingston hits Moss with a drop kick and Kingston dives off the top rope but is caught by Moss and Corbin who slam him face first into the ring post.

The match continues with Moss stomping Kingston in the corner. Corbin tags in and Kingston slides through Corbin’s legs to tag Big E in. Big E hits a belly to belly and hits a running splash. Kingston is tagged in and Corbin hits a chokeslam backbreaker and tags Moss in. Corbin hits the deep six and Moss makes the cover for two. Big E tags in and hits the big ending and covers Moss for three.

Winners: Big E & Kofi Kingston

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