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– We see what happened between Ricochet and Happy Baron Corbin last week. Kayla is with Corbin backstage now, asking about the loss. Corbin says he’s happy and lives a good life, he doesn’t live in the past. Corbin says sometimes when you have a string of bad luck you gotta double down, and he knows he’s the best man in the locker room. Corbin says he’s going to the ring to issue an open challenge and whoever comes out will crawl back. Corbin walks off and we go back to commercial.

Happy Baron Corbin vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

We go back to the ring and Happy Baron Corbin is waiting to see who he answers his open challenge. The music hits and out comes Shinsuke Nakamura to a big pop.

The bell rings and Corbin works Nakamura over in the corner, then yells back at the referee after she warns him. Fans chant “Bum Ass Corbin!” now. Nakamura fights back and drops Corbin for a pop.

Nakamura with big kicks to send Corbin into the corner, then Good Vibrations. Corbin rocks Nakamura to turn it around. Nakamura with a kick to the face to put Corbin back down. Corbin blocks the Kinshasa with Deep Six for a close 2 count. Corbin is a bit frustrated now.

Fans chant “Corbin sucks!” now. Nakamura blocks End of Days. Corbin ducks, slides out of the ring and then rushes right back in but Nakamura is waiting for him with a Kinshasa. Nakamura covers for the pin to win.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

After the match, Nakamura stands tall and celebrates as the music hits. We go to replays.

 

 

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Ricochet vs. Happy Baron Corbin

We go right to the ring and out comes Ricochet to a pop as Samantha Irvin does the introductions. Out next comes Happy Baron Corbin as the pyro goes off. His elbow is braced up. Cole shows us a pre-recorded video from earlier today where Corbin takes shots at Ricochet and says there’s no way this little punk will beat him.

The bell rings and Corbin charges but misses. Ricochet comes back and sends Corbin flying to the floor after a hurricanrana. Ricochet shows off some in the middle of the ring as Corbin re-groups at ringside. They bring it back in and Ricochet dropkicks Corbin, then takes his knees out. Ricochet keeps control but gets sent to the apron as he charges in the corner.

Ricochet fights back with a shoulder from the apron, and goes to fly back over the top rope but Corbin knocks him out of the air with a big right hand as fans boo. Corbin works Ricochet over in the corner now as a “you suck!” chant starts.

Corbin works Ricochet against the ropes now with shots to the kidneys. Ricochet fights back and hits a handspring back elbow to send Corbin to the floor. They tangle on the floor now and Corbin sends Ricochet into the ring post but he hangs onto the post, then leaps back to the floor to take Corbin down with a corkscrew plancha. Ricochet stands tall at ringside as fans cheer him on and we go to commercial.

Back from the break and they’re going at it. Ricochet dropkicks Corbin through the bottom rope. Ricochet goes to the apron and kicks Corbin but he catches it, then scoops Ricochet on his shoulders. Corbin with a World’s Strongest Slam on top of the announce table to boos. Corbin launches Ricochet into the barrier now. Corbin with right hands at ringside before bringing it back in the ring.

Corbin works Ricochet over in the corner now, then launches him into the turnbuckles. Corbin picks Ricochet up from behind and slams him face-first into the turnbuckle. Ricochet kicks out at 2. The referee warns Corbin now. Ricochet fights back with lefts and rights but Corbin puts a knee in his gut. Ricochet goes for another back elbow but Corbin drops him with ease. Corbin sends Ricochet into the corner now and he ends up on the floor.

Corbin keeps contorl after bringing it back in. Ricochet counters End of Days and turns it into a big DDT. They’re both down now. Ricochet fights back with punches and kicks now against the ropes. Corbin shoves him but he stuns Corbin with a kick to the head. Ricochet with a running shoulder to the gut int he corner. He leaps off the top but lands on his feet. They trade more counters until Corbin hits Deep Six for a close 2 count.

Corbin shows frustration now. Corbin takes Ricochet to the top but Ricochet knocks him back down with right hands, then drops him to the mat with a big boot from the top. Ricochet goes for the 450 now but he has to roll through. Corbin with a big boot and a big slam face-first into the mat for a 2 count. Corbin yells at the referee. Corbin keeps control and talks trash to the fans as they boo him.

Ricochet fights back but Corbin blocks Recoil. Ricochet with a knee strike and a superkick, then another kick to send Corbin to one knee, then down. Ricochet goes back to the top and wastes some time but hits the Shooting Star Press for the pin to win.

Winner: Ricochet



After the match, Ricochet stands tall as the music hits. We go to replays. McAfee draws on the screen and taunts Corbin as he sits up in the corner to recover.

 

 

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#1 Contenders Fatal 5 Way: Sheamus vs. Madcap Moss vs. Happy Baron Corbin vs. Ricochet vs. Sami Zayn

We go back to the ring and out comes Sheamus for the next match, which will determine the new #1 contender to WWE Intercontinental Champion Gunther for a title match at WWE Clash at The Castle. Out next comes Madcap Moss, followed by his former mentor, Happy Baron Corbin. Ricochet is out next to a pop. Hometown star Sami Zayn is out last to a huge pop and he’s running wild on the stage as they give him a standing ovation.

Fans chant “Sami!” as Zayn hits the ring now. The bell rings and Ricochet goes for Corbin but he treats tot he floor. Moss ends up clotheslining Sheamus to the floor. Sami grabs Ricochet from the side as a huge “ole!” chant continues. Sami and Ricochet tangle and Ricochet nails a hurricanrana into the corner. Corbin ends up nailing a chokeslam to Ricochet for a close 2 count as others go for the pin as well. Sheamus sends Moss to the floor. Sami unloads on Corbin in the corner now, beating him down as fans cheer him on. Sami stomps away on Corbin as we go back to a break.

Back from the break and Sheamus brawls with Ricochet at ringside, then rams him into the barrier. Corbin drops Sami at ringside, then goes to work on Ricochet. Sheamus slams Moss into the barrier. Moss runs Sheamus into the barrier. Corbin launches Ricochet into the corner now, forcing him to hit the ring post. Moss ends up sending Sheamus into the timekeeper’s area while Ricochet and Corbin tangle in the ring. Corbin drops Ricochet with a big right hand. Moss comes back in but Corbin gets the upperhand, launching him face-first into the corner.
Corbin continues to dominate as fans try to rally for Sami. Moss mounts some offense on Corbin but Corbin levels him with a clothesline as the “ole!” chant picks back up. Corbin knocks Sami off the apron to the floor with a big right hand as fans boo. Ricochet goes for a big springboard clothesline but Corbin knocks him out of mid-air. Sheamus rushes in and beats Corbin up. Corbin drops Sheamus. Ricochet with a dropkick to Corbin. Moss runs in but Ricochet takes him out, then takes Sami back down for boos… Ricochet counters Corbin with a big DDT for a pop. Ricochet with a standing Shooting Star Press to Corbin in the middle of the ring but Corbin kicks out at 2.

More back and forth among everyone in the ring now. Moss unloads on Sheamus to keep him down in the corner. Sheamus fights out as fans try to rally for Sami again, as he recovers at ringside. Sheamus with the Irish Curse backbreaker to Moss. Sami runs back in but he also takes the Irish Curse. Sheamus with 10 Beats of the Bodhrán to Moss now, sending him to the floor. Sheamus then catches Corbin with 10 Beats of the Bodhrán. Ricochet comes in and cuts them off but Sheamus fights back and sends him to the apron. Sheamus with 10 Beats of the Bodhrán to Ricochet now, and then some. Sheamus goes out and brings Sami back in to boos. Sami blocks 10 Beats of the Bodhrán and hangs Sheamus over the top rope. Corbin charges but Sami sends him to the floor. Sami runs the ropes and leaps out, taking Corbin and Sheamus down on the floor for a big pop.

Sami plays to the hometown crowd for a big pop. Sami and Ricochet go at it in the middle of the ring now. Ricochet mounts offense but Sami nails a Michinoku Driver in the middle of the ring for a close 2 count. Sami can’t believe it. Fans sing “ole!” again. Moss intercepts Sami as he goes for a Helluva Kick on Ricochet. Sami tangles with Moss and nails a Blue Thunderbomb in the middle of the ring for another close 2 count. Fans chant Sami’s name again. Sami goes to the top but Corbin cuts him off. Sami knocks him back away. Ricochet leaps to the top and grabs Sami but Sami knocks him back down to the floor. Sheamus climbs up to Sami and hits a super White Noise to hush the crowd.

Sami immediately goes to the floor and clutches his arm, distracting Sheamus and the referee. Ricochet with a running dropkick to Sheamus’ back. Moss is also back in. Moss and Ricochet take turns with Sheamus. We see trainers checking on Sami on the entrance-way. Corbin runs in and hits Deep Six to Sheamus. Ricochet flies off the top with a missile dropkick to Corbin. We go to commercial with all four competitors down on the mat, while trainers are tending to Sami on the stage.

Back from the break and Cole says this has been one of the best SmackDown matches ever. Moss hits a big fall-away slam to Sheamus for a close 2 count. Ricochet runs over with a springboard moonsault to Moss for 2. Corbin rolls in and mounts Ricochet with right hands for boos from the crowd. Ricochet counters a Corbin clothesline and dumps Corbin over the top rope to the floor. Corbin catches Ricochet’s springboard back elbow, then levels him with a big boot. Ricochet is dazed and confused. Corbin with a Torture Rack into a neckbreaker but Ricochet still kicks out at 2. Corbin and Sheamus unload on each other with big punches now. Sheamus clotheslines Corbin over the top rope to the floor but Moss rolls Sheamus up for 2. Moss runs the ropes but Sheamus nails a huge knee to the mouth for another close pin attempt.
Sheamus is the only one on his feet now as fans chant for Zayn. Sheamus calls for the Brogue but Moss moves and catches Sheamus with a side-slam. Ricochet with a Recoil to Moss to send him back to the floor. Ricochet goes to the top for the Shooting Star Splash on Sheamus but Corbin breaks the pin up just in time. Ricochet blocks End of Days and sends Corbin to the floor. Sami comes stumbling from the back as fans go wild and give him another ovation. Sami returns to the ring as fans chant his name now.

Sami catches Ricochet and launches him into the turnbuckles with a big Exploder. Sami with a Helluva Kick to Ricochet for a close 2 count as Corbin yanks Sami out of the ring, dropping him on the floor to boos. Corbin sends Sami into the ring post as an “asshole!” chant starts up. Corbin goes back in for Ricochet but Sheamus levels Corbin with a Brogue Kick out of nowhere for the pin to win and get the title shot.

Winner and New #1 Contender to WWE Intercontinental Champion Gunther: Sheamus

– After the bell, Sheamus stands tall as the music hits and we go to replays. Sheamus poses to celebrate the win as the announcers confirm Sheamus vs. Gunther for WWE Clash at The Castle, with the title on the line.

 

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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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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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#1 Contender’s Elimination Chamber Match: Kevin Owens vs. Jey Uso vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Sami Zayn vs. Cesaro vs. King Baron Corbin

We go to the Elimination Chamber as Greg Hamilton goes over the rules for this match. The winner will become the new #1 contender for a shot at WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns right after. The music hits and out comes Kevin Owens first to a big pop. Owens stops and then heads into the Chamber structure, taking it all in. Owens walks around the ring and then checks the walls. Owens enters a pod and the referee locks him in. Out next comes Sami Zayn to boos. His documentary film crew is with him. Owens talks trash to Sami and taunts him. Sami enters his pod and he’s locked in as the film crew keeps rolling from ringside. The referee orders the film crew to the backstage area and Sami isn’t happy. Out next comes King Baron Corbin. Corbin is also locked into a pod. Jey Uso is out next. Uso enters and taunts Owens at his pod. Owens headbutts the pod several times. Uso finally enters his pod and he’s locked in. Daniel Bryan and Cesaro will start the match. We go to a video package for the Chamber match.

Cesaro makes his way out next. He enters the Chamber and stares everyone down. The music hits and out comes Daniel Bryan last as fans do the “yes!” chant. The bell rings and they go at it. Cesaro with two early pin attempts. Cesaro catches Bryan in mid-air with a big backbreaker for another 2 count. Back and forth now. Bryan sends Cesaro out to the steel platform with a backdrop. Cesaro barely landed on his feet and hit the steel wall. Bryan follows up with a knee from the top to the steel. Bryan brings it back in and hits a missile dropkick from the top for a 2 count.

Bryan with kicks in the corner. Bryan takes Cesaro to the top but Cesaro counters. They tangle and Bryan hits the big Frankensteiner anyway. Cesaro turns Bryan inside out with a huge clothesline. Bryan kicks out at 2. Cesaro drops an elbow on the knee and stomps the knee now. Cesaro grounds Bryan by his knee now. Bryan grabs the arm for an armbar. Cesaro gets out and powers up but Bryan turns that into another armbar takedown. Cesaro turns that into a 2 count and they break now. Bryan with an uppercut and kick to the knee. Cesaro comes back and uppercuts Bryan to the mat.

Cesaro with another big uppercut. Cesaro with a long vertical suplex now. The timer counts down and the next man let into the match from his pod is Corbin. Cesaro meets him on the steel but Corbin rams him into a pod, then beats him down against the steel. Bryan joins them but Corbin launches him into the chain wall. Corbin smears Bryan’s face into the steel now.

Corbin launches Cesaro back into the ring. Corbin misses Bryan in the corner and Bryan decks Cesaro, then Corbin. Cesaro comes back and hits his Uppercut Train on both competitors. Corbin catches Cesaro with a Deep Six. Corbin with Deep Six to Bryan but he kicks out just in time. Corbin with a 2 count on Cesaro. Corbin decks Bryan with an elbow to the head, then sends him to the steel platform. Corbin lifts Bryan and runs his knee into the edge of Sami’s pod. Corbin taunts Sami and Bryan. Cesaro comes out but Corbin rams him back into Sami’s pod. Corbin lifts Bryan again and runs his knee into the edge of another pod. Corbin bends Bryan’s knee around the ring post now as fans boo. Bryan kicks back but Corbin stomps him and keeps working on the knee, right in front of Jey’s pod as they talk trash.

Corbin goes back over and sends Cesaro into the steel, then beats him down. Corbin grabs Bryan in the ring now, nailing a back suplex for a close 2 count. Corbin shows some frustration now. Cesaro tries to fight back but Corbin drops him on the steel again. Corbin comes back in and turns Bryan upside down in a Tree of Woe. The timer starts up and Sami is the next man let out of his pod. Corbin is waiting so Sami tries to shut his door to stay in the pod. Bryan runs over and nails a flying knee on Corbin from behind, against Sami’s pod. Sami yells at Corbin while he’s down. Cesaro opens the other side of Sami’s pod and unloads on him inside of the pod.

Cesaro beats Sami out of the pod and unloads with big uppercuts. Cesaro beats Sami around the steel now. Sami sends him into Jey’s pod. Bryan with Yes Kicks to Sami on the steel now. Bryan sends Sami face-first into the steel wall a few times. Corbin comes over and drops Bryan with a stiff shot to the jaw. Corbin knocks Bryan back into the ring. Sami sends Corbin into a pod. Sami rolls back into the ring and works Bryan over while he’s down. Sami follows Bryan to the steel and charges with a Helluva Kick but Bryan moves and Sami kicks Owens’ pod, hurting his leg.

Corbin with a superplex to Bryan off the top rope. Bryan rolls away and Corbin doesn’t make the tag. Sami with a big tornado DDT to Cesaro for a close 2 count. Sami stomps away on Corbin and Bryan while they’re down. Sami runs around but Cesaro picks him up, allowing Sami to climb on top of Jey’s pod. Cesaro climbs after him but Sami kicks his hand, forcing him back down to the steel. Cesaro is on top of Jey’s pod now, brawling with Sami. Sami tries to retreat but Cesaro uppercuts him a few times. Sami hangs on but gets uppercut again. Sami rocks Cesaro with a cheap shot. Sami climbs away using the steel wall. Cesaro follows him. Cesaro slams Sami’s face into the steel several times. Sami hangs with one arm now. Cesaro hangs from the top of the Chamber and drives Sami down to the steel with a kick. Cesaro does pull-ups now.

Cesaro drops but falls into Corbin’s arms. Corbin rams Cesaro into the steel wall and then slams him over the top turnbuckle. Corbin with a clothesline. Corbin comes in the ring and chokeslams Bryan. Corbin unloads with forearms to Cesaro now. Cesaro leaps for the corkscrew uppercut but Corbin catches him. They tangle and Corbin gets sent into the ring post in the corner. Cesaro with the big corkscrew uppercut from the middle turnbuckle. Cesaro with the Cesaro Swing to Corbin now.

Cesaro goes right into the Sharpshooter and Corbin taps out. Corbin has been eliminated. The timer counts down and the next man let into the match is Owens.

 

 

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