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WWE Friday Night SmackDown Results for SmackDown 3, 2021


We kick off the show with The Usos. The Bloodline is in their city. All Jey kept thinking about was why The Street Profits wanna stick their nose in family business. Maybe it’s to make a name for themselves. Maybe they wanna prove themselves. But what they did was disrespect the head of the table and the bloodline. Wanna prove yourself? Prove yourself against the 7 time tag team champs.

Out come the Street Profits. Ford says they feel like fools embarrassing The Usos. Dawkins asks why they’re in the ring without Roman’s permission slip. But Ford says they did tell the truth because they’re the ones that they’re about to get their asses kicked.

The Usos vs. Street Profits

The Usos get disqualified after Ford gets attacked by Jey relentlessly in the ring.

Winners by DQ: Street Profits 

After the match, The Usos send Angelo Dawkins into the steel steps. Then, Ford dives onto the Usos and stand tall on top of the announce table. Roman Reigns is backstage looking frustrated and summons Paul Heyman to get The Usos.

Heyman is asked by Kayla about everything that has transpired so far tonight. He says they need everyone needs to enjoy the moment but as he’s speaking, a ringtone goes off on his phone and it’s Brock Lesnar’s theme song. He speaks into the phone and says he doesn’t have privacy right now and that the timing is less than ideal.

There’s also apparently a message he wants Heyman to deliver to someone. Kayla Braxton tells Heyman she is in fact enjoying this. Heyman then runs into a janitor and tells him if he wants to take out the trash, start with Kayla. The janitor turns out to be Big E in disguise. He displays the MITB briefcase and laughs uncontrollably.

Out comes Becky Lynch. We get a recap of the Fatal four way women’s match last week.

During commercial, it is revealed that Charlotte Flair will defend her title against Nia Jax and there will be 7 team tag team turmoil to determine the number 1 contender’s for RK-Bro’s tag titles.

Back in the ring, Becky recaps what happened last week. She didn’t get to talk about Bianca Belair last week, who’s a hell of an athlete and probably the most athletic in WWE’s history. She was excited for her match against

Bianca at Summerslam, but now she’s being portrayed as the bad guy. Becky’s return saved Bianca’s match at Summerslam and they called for Bianca when Sasha couldn’t go and she was prepared ever since she left and Bianca wasn’t ready while she was. Just because she hasn’t played the game in a while doesn’t mean she forgot how to win. She can call herself the EST, but you can’t fake experience, and that’s why it only took one fist to her face to end her title reign.

Out comes Bianca Belair. She says that title was a part of her life and that moment in Summerslam keeps being replayed in her head over and over. She   came so far and lost everything in 26 seconds and she’s still hurt. But what she won’t do is build herself up by bringing someone else down. Becky doesn’t know her. So let’s make sure she’s clear. Last week, she showed why she was the strongest and fastest, and she’ll take back the title, and she’ll be known as the greatest when she does. She wouldn’t give her her rematch so she earned her match. She dares Big Time Becks to do the same thing Roman is tonight, and that’s put her title on the line. Becky doesn’t care what Roman does, and she says no and leaves while posing with the title

Roode and Ziggler are backstage, and Ziggler catches up with Toni Storm. He asks Toni if she’ll check out his match and sit by his corner. Toni says Dolph is great but she’s rooting for Rick Boogs instead. Dolph says he’ll see her around.

Rick Boogs vs. Dolph Ziggler

Boogs wins with the pump handle slam.

Winner: Rick Boogs

Sonya Deville and Adam Pearce tell Lynch backstage she will defend her title against Bianca at Extreme Rules and will sign the contract to make it official next week.

Rollins backstage says it’s time for a new beginning and that Edge has been an inspiration for him and that he found what led him to victory over him at Summerslam and he’s going to use that to defeat Cesaro and prove why he’s a revolutionary.

Cesaro vs. Seth Rollins

Cesaro goes for an uppercut to Rollins on the outside but puts a chair in front of him for the DQ. During the match, Seth used the Edge-O-Matic and the Edgecution.

Winner by DQ: Cesaro

After the match, Rollins attacks Cesaro with a chair, takes one of the legs off the chair and uses the cross face on it just like Edge. He follows it up with a Curb Stomp. He then retrieves two more chairs and goes for the con-chair-to before Edge comes out for the save with a chair in hand. He checks on Cesaro after.

Roman is speaking with The Usos backstage and says to stick with the game plan. Heyman approaches Roman and says we have a problem. Roman says he has no problems because he’s gonna smash Finn Balor. Heyman says the problem is Brock Lesnar. Roman says Heyman has a Brock Lesnar problem, but he’s gonna smash Brock too when the time is right.

He tells Roman Brock will be at MSG next week and Roman asks Paul how he knows. He says because he called him on his phone. Roman says it doesn’t matter if he’s watching the show. Heyman says maybe it’s in Saschateuan. Roman asks Paul how he knows he’s in Saschatua. Heyman says he doesn’t and that he could be in Minnesota. He then asks Paul how he knows he’s not here tonight.

Edge is backstage and says he hopes that Seth would move on but he knows the game he’s playing and it’s a dangerous game. He’d probably do the same thing if Seth got beat as badly as he did at Summerslam. And he looks in the camera and challenges Seth to a rematch next week at MSG. He burned him down before and he will do it again, and he will never be the same.

Owens is in the ring as we head to the ring and he welcomes us to the show, then invites Happy Corbin to the ring. Here’s Corbin with his new music, he hugs Owens as he gets in the ring and he’s very happy to be here on this show.

Corbin thanks Owens, because he wouldn’t be here without him. Owens says he had nothing to do with it, Corbin says he doesn’t have his wallet on him to repay his $100 but his special guest might. That leads to Corbin bringing out his special guest, Logan Paul. Paul is here, and gets more heat than anyone has all show just by speaking.

Owens didn’t invite Paul but while he’s here he does have to ask about Logan Paul insulting Corbin after Corbin lost to Big E. They’re apparently all good, and talked after his brother beat Tyron Woodley last week. Owens understands why those two would get along, one of the most self centered egotistical and delusional useless people to ever get in the ring, Logan Paul, and Corbin is here as well.

Paul offers Owens the $100, Owens doesn’t need it, all he needs is for Paul to turn and leave and never come back. Paul shoves Owens, Owens returns the favor. Both men prepare for a fight, but Corbin cheap shots Owens then chokeslams him. Paul gets a mic and tells Owens he’s not that guy.

Dominik Mysterio vs. Sami Zayn

Zayn ties to escape but Rey gets in his way and Dominik dives on him. Back in the ring, Helluva Kick out of nowhere gets the win.

Winner: Sami Zayn

Naomi once again asks Sonya about her match this week and Sonya says she forgot and to ask her next week.

Roman Reigns (C) vs. Finn Balor – Universal Championship

Before the match begins, The Usos attack Finn during his entrance before being chased off by The Street Profits and medical personnel check on him. Finn goes on with the match. After Finn hits a Coup de Grace, Roman low blows him while kicking out. Roman takes advantage and gets the guillotine for the win.

Winner: Roman Reigns

After the match, the arena briefly turns red before going back to normal. Roman looks back in confusion as SmackDown goes off the air.

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