Smackdown Live

WWE Smackdown Live Match Results – October 4th, 2016

It’s the last episode of Smackdown Live before No Mercy, and hopefully we’ll get one or two more matches booked for the PPV, which is currently only five matches strong. Then again, they did all right at Backlash, so maybe we shouldn’t question things. At any rate, here are all the results from this week’s episode of Smackdown Live!

Live from San Diego, California

– Kane d. Bray Wyatt via Count-Out when Randy Orton distracted Wyatt on the video screen, causing Wyatt to abandon the match.

– Nikki Bella d. Alexa Bliss by DQ when Carmella attacked her. Becky Lynch made the save, and the match was re-started as a tag team match, playa.

– Alexa Bliss and Carmella d. Nikki Bella and Becky Lynch (Alexa pinned Becky, Twisted Bliss). Carmella and Nikki Bella brawled to the back mid-match.

Backstage, Randy Orton tricked Bray Wyatt and locked him in a room.

– The Hype Bros d. The Vaudevillains (pinfall, HypeRyder)

The Miz brought out Dolph Ziggler for an airing of “The Dolphumentary”, a video package showing off the worst parts of Dolph’s career, including his short-lived gimmick as Kerwin White’s caddy, The Spirit Squad, and getting knocked out by Hugh Jackman. Dolph cut a fired-up promo in response, talking about the great moments which outweigh the bad ones. Miz brought out former Spirit Squad members Kenny and Mikey, who chanted about Dolph’s career being over. They tried to attack Dolph, but he took out his former teammates and escaped a sneak attack attempt from Miz.

Nicki Bella vs Carmella was confirmed for No Mercy.

– Jason Jordan d. Jey Uso (pinfall, Victory Roll)

Postmatch, the Usos attacked American Alpha, but were run off by Heath Slater and Rhyno.

Backstage, Orton discovered that Bray had mysteriously disappeared from the locked room he left him in.

It was announced that Curt Hawkins will make his in-ring debut at No Mercy.

– Jack Swagger d. Baron Corbin (submission, Patriot Lock). Corbin threw a fit after the match. claiming he’d been reaching for the ropes, not submitting.

AJ Styles cut a hype promo for the WWE World Title match at No Mercy. He was interrupted first by Dean Ambrose, then John Cena. The focus soon turned to Ambrose’s dislike of Cena, with Dean claiming he never gets hurt and never takes time off, and he feels like Cena doesn’t respect him. Cena attacked Ambrose, allowing Styles to hit Cena with a Phenomenal Forearm. AJ attempted to retreat, but Dean cut him off and hit Dirty Deeds on the ramp, standing tall as Smackdown Live went off the air.

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