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WWE SmackDown Results: Biggest Winners, Losers and Moments from September 27

Posted by Erik Beaston On September - 28 - 2016

There are no two Superstars who have done more to solidify WWE's midcard over the last five years than Dolph Ziggler and The Miz. On Tuesday night, their current feud over the Intercontinental Championship was intensified exponentially when Ziggler offered to jeopardize his career for one last opportunity at his rival's championship. In the process, both Superstars emerged from Tuesday night's SmackDown Live with "biggest winner" status. The emotion that Ziggler brought to the segment, the reluctance ...

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There are no two Superstars who have done more to solidify WWE's midcard over the last five years than Dolph Ziggler and The Miz. On Tuesday night, their current feud over the Intercontinental Championship was intensified exponentially when Ziggler offered to jeopardize his career for one last opportunity at his rival's championship. In the process, both Superstars emerged from Tuesday night's SmackDown Live with "biggest winner" status. The emotion that Ziggler brought to the segment, the reluctance and sadness that painted his face as he was reduced to staking his career on the idea that he could capture the IC title from ...

The Miz vs. Dolph Ziggler Announced for WWE No Mercy 2016 PPV

Posted by Alec Nathan On September - 27 - 2016ADD COMMENTS
Right after Tuesday night's episode of WWE SmackDown from Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, general manager Daniel Bryan confirmed on Talking Smack that The Miz and Dolph Ziggler will clash in a career vs. title fight at the No Mercy pay-per-view on Oct. 9 in Sacramento, California.  Ziggler's challenge stated that he will put his career on the line for a chance to claim the Intercontinental Title against The Miz:  The two rivals have a storied history that has been amplified of late.  Not only did The A-Lister defeat Ziggler to retain his Intercontinental Championship at Backlash on Sept. 11, but he followed it up with ...
WWE SmackDown turned the volume up on feud after feud on Sept. 27. John Cena slugged his way into the WWE World Heavyweight Championship bout between Dean Ambrose and AJ Styles to increase the bad blood between each of those three men. Dolph Ziggler put his career on the line in order to secure another chance at the Intercontinental Championship.  Carmella put Nikki Bella on the mat again. Alexa Bliss attacked Becky Lynch. And Randy Orton toyed with a monster in his lair as he stalked Bray Wyatt. A taut, well-paced show jacked up the intrigue heading into the No Mercy pay-per-view on Oct. 9.  SmackDown proved once more ...
Dean Ambrose received his one-on-one rematch for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on Tuesday's edition of SmackDown, but AJ Styles defeated the Lunatic Fringe and successfully retained his title with a roll-up pin.   John Cena was on commentary during the match, and he would eventually interfere and distract the ref, costing Ambrose a win. After the match, Cena proceeded to attack Styles and Ambrose, and would eventually stand tall to close the show, as WWE shared:  WrestlingINC.com and Bleacher Report's Kevin Berge provided their thoughts on the match:  The Phenomenal One became a WWE world champion for the first time at Backlash, ...

WWE SmackDown: Live Results, Reaction and Analysis for September 27

Posted by The Doctor Chris Mueller On September - 27 - 2016ADD COMMENTS
Welcome to Bleacher Report's live coverage of the September 27 episode of SmackDown. According to WWE.com, AJ Styles will be defending the WWE World Championship against the man he beat for the title, Dean Ambrose. SmackDown's next pay-per-view is No Mercy on October 9, so even if The Lunatic Fringe manages to win the belt, he will have to defend it in just under two weeks. Also being teased for Tuesday's show is a possible confrontation between American Alpha and The Usos, more developments in Randy Orton's feud with Bray Wyatt and possible fallout from The Miz using dirty tactics to retain the Intercontinental Championship. Can ...

WWE Raw: Burning Questions to Address After Sept. 26 Show

Posted by Ryan Dilbert On September - 27 - 2016ADD COMMENTS
Sheamus and Cesaro teamed up on WWE Raw, leaving the audience unsure whether championship gold or an implosion is in their future. It's fair to question the longevity of an alliance made up of two warriors who have spent the past month trying to destroy each other. After failing to decide a winner in their smashmouth Best of Seven Series, The Celtic Warrior and Cesaro are partners—for now. Monday's Raw left fans wondering what lies ahead for that duo, the makeup of the cruiserweight division, Kevin Owens' Universal Championship reign and Sasha Banks' title hopes.               Will Kevin Owens ...
A rematch from Backlash will headline WWE SmackDown when AJ Styles looks to fend off a furious, focused Dean Ambrose.  Ambrose has a shot to take back his WWE World Championship just weeks after losing it to The Phenomenal One. A win for The Lunatic Fringe would shift the balance of power ahead of the No Mercy pay-per-view on Oct. 9, where Ambrose and Styles will meet John Cena in a Triple Threat match.  In addition to the big world title bout, Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena is set to host a SmackDown rife with bad blood. Dolph Ziggler has to be incensed after getting cheated out of ...
Clash of Champions has come and gone, and in its wake, fans of World Wrestling Entertainment are left wondering what the Raw brand has in store for them going forward. One thing it did not have in store on Monday was in-ring activity from Seth Rollins, who left the Sept. 25 pay-per-view extravaganza nursing a rib injury. The Architect is not the only Superstar to be hobbled, preventing him from competing inside the squared circle. The saga of Paige continued this week as rumors circulated that she was backstage at Clash of Champions and Raw but was not used. Thanks to a new ...
Roman Reigns rolled into Cincinnati Monday night as the new WWE United States champion riding a wave of momentum as a result of his victory over Rusev at Clash of Champions. In order for him to maintain that momentum, he would have to defeat The Bulgarian Brute for the second time in as many days. After 25 minutes of action, he may not have secured a clean win (the match ended in a double count-out), but he left a lasting impression on his rival, courtesy of a stiff chair shot to the back. Though many consider his feud with Rusev over the ...
Sunday's WWE Clash of Champions was a night of solid wrestling and more than a few questionable booking decisions. Billed as the first Raw-branded pay-per-view in years as well as a night when every champion needed to defend their gold, Clash of Champions ended up being more of a setup show than a statement event for Monday Night Raw. While there were not many major developments coming out of this show, and only one championship changed hands on Sunday, there were many hard-fought encounters for both championship gold and future opportunities at the titles. The wrestlers put serious work into hard-hitting, physical ...

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