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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Smackdown Live! Show began with Jinder Mahal defeating Sami Zayn to start the wrestling part of the show from the Save Mart Center in Fresno, Calif. Mahal got the win after interference from The Singh Brothers.

One brother pulled Mahal out of the ring as Zayn was attempting the Helluva kick. After seeing that, Zayn was going to fly — but was stopped by the other Singh brother, who pulled his leg. 

Kevin Owens (Photo by WWE)

Kevin Owens (Photo by WWE)

Then Mahal hit Zayn with a slam to get the win. 

Tye Dillinger easily dispatched Aiden English. 

Natalya and Carmella defeated Naomi and Charlotte Flair. Then, the “Welcoming Committee” attacked Flair and Naomi.

Becky Lynch, who came out to the ring, tricked the “Welcoming Committee” into thinking that she was going to be on their side. She battled them, before being attacked by them all. 

Lynch, Naomi and Flair were laid out in the ring and outside of the ring, as the Welcoming Committee left.

Dolph Ziggler defeated Sin Cara with a super kick.

Kevin Owens re-captured the United States Championship belt once again with a pop-up power bomb. He defeated Chris Jericho in his final match on the show before he goes touring with Fozzy beginning on Friday.

Jericho won the belt from Owens at Payback on Sunday night. Instead of leaving Jericho alone, Owens gave him another pop-up power bomb. 

Owens also put a chair around Jericho’s neck and shoved him into the ring post. WWE is going to say he’s going to have an injury to write him off of the storylines for a while as he tours. 

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