By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Smackdown Live! took place at the Amway Center in Orlando, Fla. This was the fifth and final event in Orlando surrounding WrestleMania.
Naomi defeated Alexa Bliss. As she did on Sunday night in the Six-Pack Challenge, Naomi made Bliss tap out with her submission finisher.
Randy Orton (Photo by WWE)
Curt Hawkins issued an Open Challenge. That was answered by former NXT competitor Tye Dillinger. The Smackdown Live! newbie got the win over the veteran with the Tye Breaker.
Following a skit by The Miz and Maryse as John Cena and Nikki Bella, Shinsuka Nakamura had an amazing entrance.
Baron Corbin defeated Dean Ambrose in a Street Fight. Corbin, who lost to Ambrose in the WrestleMania 33 pre-show, won the match with the End of Days.
Shane McMahon, the Smackdown Live! Commissioner, addressed Vince McMahon‘s comments on Monday Night Raw about a “Superstar Shake Up.” They are not using the word “Draft” now, as they look to change things up next week.
Shortly after McMahon was talking about the shake up, AJ Styles interrupted him. Styles, who announced on Twitter on Monday of a “Phenomenal Opportunity” while tagging Raw, must have had a change of heart, as he said he does not want to leave.
Styles then shook hands with McMahon in the ring. He also said that he respected McMahon, as he was going back up the ramp.
Randy Orton and Luke Harper defeated Bray Wyatt and Erick Rowan in the final match. As Orton was going for the RKO on Wyatt late in the match, the lights went out and Wyatt was no longer in the ring.
Following a kick from Harper, Orton hit the RKO on Rowan to get the win.
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