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Smackdown Live results 5/30/17

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

On the wrestling part of Smackdown Live!, Shinsuke Nakamura and Sami Zayn defeated Kevin Owens and Baron Corbin from the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Ga. After an argument between Owens and Corbin, Zayn hit Corbin, while Nakamura hit Owens with the Kinshasa for the win.

Breezango then defeated The Cólons. Tyler Breeze was able to hit Primo with the Unprettier for the win.

AJ Styles attempts a pin on Dolph Ziggler (Photo by WWE)

AJ Styles attempts a pin on Dolph Ziggler (Photo by WWE)

Dolph Ziggler defeated AJ Styles. When Styles went for the Phenomenal Forearm, Ziggler hit Styles on the top rope, then super kicked him to get the win.

In non-wrestling action, The Usos claimed that nobody could beat them. The New Day returned — after being out of action since the Superstar Shake-up — and claimed to be in the Smackdown Tag Team Championship picture.

The Usos attempted to shut The New Day up, but they had a secret to reveal, as the longest tag team champions in WWE history announced that they’re going to be in the Money In The Bank with a Tag Team Title show against The Usos.

There was an attempt at the Fatal 5-Way No. 1 Contender’s match for the Smackdown Women’s Championship — but the match never got started. They all fought each other ringside.

Smackdown Commissioner Shane McMahon said there will be a first-time ever a women’s Money in the Bank match.

Randy Orton also talked about his legacy. He said he’s going to win his 14th World title at Money in the Bank despite reports that Jinder Mahal may keep the belt through WrestleMania 33.

Mahal also taunted Orton on the screen.

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