Spoiler Rate Smackdown 09/27/2016

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    RESULTS (open)
    First Match: The American Alpha, Heath Slater and Rhyno vs. The Usos & The Ascension

    Jordan and Jimmy starts off this match. Jordan with a series of side belly to belly takedowns. Jordan tags in Gable. Jordan with a hip toss. Gable works on the left arm of Jimmy. Gable tags Jordan back in. Jimmy lands a knife edge chop. Jimmy whips Jordan into the corner. Jordan with a back elbow to Jimmy. Jordan with a slam for a one count. Jordan applies an armbar. Jimmy backs Jordan into the corner. Jimmy tags in Jey. The Usos goes for a double team hip toss, but Jordan gets back on his feet. Jordan tags in Gable. American Alpha drops The Usos with a monkey flip’s in stereo.

    Gable gets Jey in an armbar. Jey rolls out of the ring. Gable with a series of forearms to Jimmy. Jey with a chop block to the knee of Gable. Viktor drives Gable into the corner. Viktor tags in Konnor. The Ascension works on the leg of Gable. Konnor tags in Jimmy. Jimmy with a series of right hands to Gable in the corner. Jimmy goes for the running stinkface, but Gable ducks out of the way. Gable tosses Viktor to the outside. Gable sends Konnor shoulder first into the steel ring post.

    The Ascension knocks Jordan off the ring apron. Konnor whips Jordan back first into the barricade. Rhyno with a flying shoulder block off the ring apron onto Viktor. Rhyno with a falling lariat to Konnor. Slater and Jey are tagged in. Slater with a single leg lariat to Jey. Slater follows that up with a neckbreaker for a two count. Rhyno with a side belly to belly suplex to Konnor. Viktor with a spinning european uppercut. Jordan clotheslines himself and Viktor over the top rope. Slater with a O’Connor Roll and Jey tags in Jimmy. Jimmy with a big boot to Slater. Jey with a diving stomp to the back of Slater’s knee. Jimmy gets Slater trapped in the Tequila Sunrise and Slater taps out.

    Winner: The Usos & The Ascension via Submission

    John Cena Backstage Interview:

    Charly Carusso asks Cena about being at ringside during the main event and if it matters who is champion at No Mercy. Cena says that Styles is at the top of the ladder. Ambrose runs his mouth, but he has guts. Cena will be watching carefully because he will make history at No Mercy because the title might walk in as Phenomenal or Unpredictable, but Cena will say that the 16 Time Champion is here.

    Randy Orton Backstage Segment:

    Orton is walking through the bowels of the building looking for Wyatt. Orton sees a symbol on the wall and Orton turns it and then hears a noise. Orton walks away and the symbol is turned again as we see Erick Rowan standing there with his sheep’s mask.

    Second Match: Nikki Bella & Naomi vs. Carmella & Natalya

    Carmella and Naomi starts off this match. Naomi with a side headlock takeover. Carmella transitions into a front face lock. Carmella moonwalks. Naomi with a double leg takedown. Naomi slaps Carmella. Naomi with a rim shake in the corner. Naomi with a head scissors take down to Carmella. Naomi dropkicks Carmella. Naomi tags in Nikki. Nikki connects with a knee strike. Carmella rolls out of the ring in frustration. Natalya tosses Naomi to the outside. Natalya with a clubbing blow to the back of Naomi. Natalya connects with a Michinoku Driver on the outside. Natalya rolls Naomi back into the ring. Side press and Naomi kicks out at the count of two.

    Natalya continues to create separation from Naomi to Nikki. Naomi with a armdrag to Natalya. Natalya drives Naomi into the corner. Natalya tags in Carmella. Natalya with a boot to the face of Naomi. Naomi with a small package to Carmella for a two count. Carmella connects with the Bronco Buster for a two count. Carmella tags in Natalya. Carmella and Natalya with a double team northern lights suplex for a two count. Naomi rolls Natalya up for a two count. Natalya with a hair whip to Naomi.

    Natalya rams her knee repeatedly to the midsection of Naomi. Naomi with a back elbow that knocks Carmella off the ring apron. Natalya connects with a basement dropkick for a two count. Natalya goes for a leg drop, but Naomi ducks out of the way.Naomi tags in Nikki. Nikki dropkicks Natalya. Nikki with a corner clothesline. Nikki connects with a flying enziguri off the second rope. Natalya tags in Carmella. Nikki with a hip toss that brings Carmella into the ring. Nikki with a series of right hands to Carmella in the corner. Nikki with a massive forearm smash. Carmella rolls up Nikki from behind to pickup the victory.

    Winner: Carmella & Natalya

    Second Bray Wyatt & Randy Orton Segment:

    Bray is not surprised by Orton’s lack of direction. Bray says that Orton is being sucked into the morass. It’s something you don’t know about, but you may find out tonight. Orton continues his tour of the bowels of the arena and he walks past a door that says i’m a god and another one that says to choose wisely.

    The other door says predator or prey. Orton opens the door that says I’m a god and there is a cardboard cutout of Orton inside. He goes to the other door and opens it. Erick Rowan waiting inside for him. Orton closes the door and walks away. We see a b-roll shot of the doorknob shaking.

    The Miz’s Homecoming:

    We get a really cool video package chronologizing Miz’s career. Miz is home and he mentions the Cavaliers winning the NBA Championship. 1.3 million people celebrated Cleveland’s championship .and this is all he gets? This is his hero’s welcome? Miz is the only hero in Cleveland. Long before this city was so desperate for a champion and welcomed back that traitor Lebron James, he was a WWE Champion. He was proud to celebrate Day 176 of the Miz’ Championship tour. Miz gives a shoutout to his parents who are in the crowd. Maryse informed him that Dolph Ziggler’s parents are in the crowd. Miz tells Ziggler’s parents that it must be really hard time for them because they created a world class elite level loser. Ziggler comes into the ring.

    Miz can say what he wants to him but he’s not allowed to talk to his parents, his friends, or his city. If Miz has something to say to Ziggler, say it to his face. Miz said what he needed to say when he defeated Ziggler again, again and again. Ziggler says that Miz has cheated over and over. Will the record books say that Miz cheated? It will say Miz is a champion and a movie star. What will they say about Ziggler’s career? Ziggler is a loser. When will Ziggler’s mediocre career end? Ziggler is like that guy who opens things and finds a way to lose. Miz would be embarrassed if he had Ziggler’s career. Ziggler and his family should be embarrassed of him and his career because he did nothing with it of late. Ziggler keep’s losing and losing. Miz feels sorry for Ziggler. Miz is done because he figures it’s time for Ziggler to ask for one more match, but the answer is no. Ziggler has nothing for him unless he is wiling to give up his career. Miz stops by and tells Ziggler’s family and says they must be so proud.

    Nick tells Mike to wait. This is all Ziggler has. A few minutes a night 300 nights a year is all he has. This is what he loves. Things you love don’t always love you back. Ziggler can give and give and give but he get’s nothing in return. People come up to him and asks him why is he still here. It’s because he can’t stop. It’s a sickness. He thought his career would end up bigger. Ziggler can’t stop himself. Miz will put that title up one more time. Ziggler will put up his entire career. Miz wants to make sure that he heard Ziggler correctly. If Ziggler loses, he doesn’t go to Raw or NXT or take a sabbatical. He’ll be done with WWE. Miz title or his career, either way he walks out champion or he’s done. Either way, he’s put out of his misery. Miz accepts the match.

    Bray Wyatt Promo:

    Bray says that as one door closes, another opens. It’s wide open for Orton. He tells Orton to be careful and then he laughs.

    – We get another Curt Hawkins “Face of Facts” Vignette. Next week we’ll have a major Curt Hawkins announcement.

    Bray Wyatt & Randy Orton Backstage Segment:

    Bray is disappointed in Randy Orton. The viper has no fangs and he has no poison. Orton is taking all of the fun out of his game. Where are you Randy? Bray wants to know where is the great predator? Orton appears behind Bray with Rowan’s sheep mask on. Bray calls Orton a coward, not knowing that he is standing right behind him. Orton punches Bray. Bray with a knee to the midsection of Orton. Bray runs away. Orton sits down on Bray’s stool and he puts the mask on and laughs. Orton says that he has the whole world in his hands.

    AJ Styles Backstage Interview:

    Charly Carusso asks Styles about Dean Ambrose and John Cena’s comments from earlier. This is not the political debate it’s much bigger than that. Styles is defending his WWE World Championship. Styles wants to remind everyone how we got here. He beat up John Cena and then he beat John Cena. He beat up Dean Ambrose and then he beat Ambrose to get the title. Tonight you’re are going to see him beat Dean Ambrose again and you’re going to hear the ring announcer say winner and still champion, AJ Styles.

    Third Match: AJ Styles (c) vs. Dean Ambrose for the WWE World Championship

    Ambrose with a double leg takedown and goes immediately to the ground and pound attack. Ambrose bounces Styles head on the top turnbuckle. Ambrose with a series of knife edge chops to Styles in the corner. Ambrose blocks a kick from Styles. Ambrose clotheslines Styles over the top rope. Ambrose places Styles on the announcer’s table. Ambrose with a series of forearms. Styles with a falling lariat for a two count. Styles wears Ambrose down with a side headlock. Styles ducks a clothesline from Ambrose. Ambrose and Styles are knocked down with a double crossbody. Ambrose with a series of running axe handles. Ambrose with a vicious clothesline to Styles. Styles dives off the second rope, but Ambrose catches him in mid-air.

    Ambrose plants Styles with a tilt-a-whirl back breaker for a two count. Ambrose ascends to the top rope. Styles tries to get Ambrose in the Pele Kick, but Ambrose counters with the Texas Cloverleaf. Styles reaches the bottom rope. Styles with a snap stunner from the ring apron. Ambrose responds with a forearm that sends Styles crashing to the outside. Ambrose follows that up with a suicide dive. Styles struggles to get back into the ring. Ambrose with a flying elbow drop off the top rope. Styles with a elbow to the knee of Ambrose. Styles kicks Ambrose in the leg. Styles gets Ambrose in the Calf Crusher. Ambrose rams his Styles head repeatedly to the mat to get out of the hold. Styles goes for the Styles Clash, but Ambrose counters with a back body drop. Ambrose goes for the Dirty Deeds, but Styles counters with his lightning quick offense. Ambrose connects with a swinging neck breaker.

    Ambrose with a series of forearms to Styles. Styles kicks Ambrose in the leg. Styles with a forearm to Ambrose. Ambrose goes for the Lunatic Lariat, but Styles blocks it. Styles goes for the Ushigoroshi, but Ambrose counters with the gut buster.

    Styles plants Ambrose a spinning fireman’s carry powerbomb for a two count. Styles with a kick that sends Ambrose to the corner. Ambrose gets Styles trapped on the top rope. Ambrose with a flying lariat off the second turnbuckle for a two count. Ambrose goes for the O’Connor roll, but Styles holds onto the ropes. Styles drops Ambrose with the Pele Kick. Styles goes for the Springboard 450 Splash, but Ambrose rolls out of the way.

    Ambrose with a flying elbow drop off the top rope for a two count. Ambrose connects with a big right hand and Styles is sent crashing to the outside. Ambrose goes for a slingshot crossbody, but Styles ducks out of the way. Styles with a running knee strike on the ring apron. Styles with a right hand to Cena. Styles goes for the Phenomenal Forearm, but Ambrose ducks out of the way.

    Cena hops on the ring apron, but referee Charles Robinson holds him back. Ambrose goes for the O’Connor roll, but the referee is distracted. Ambrose goes out of the ring and drops Cena with a big haymaker. Styles with a O’Connor roll to pickup the victory. After the match Cena and Ambrose get in each other’s faces. Ambrose goes for the Dirty Deeds, but Cena counters with the Attitude Adjustment. Styles tries to plants Cena with the Attitude Adjustment, but Styles is laid out by another Attitude Adjustment from Cena.

    Winner: Still WWE World Champion AJ Styles
  2. Cena/10
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  3. That Miz and Ziggler segment was fantastic. The No Mercy match is gonna be great
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  4. I could only give it a 5/10 this week.

    The only good thing that I saw was miz/ziggler promo. It has me more interested in that match than ang others at this point, and I hadn't been too interested before that lol. It's going to be fun to watch that one go down. Will they take the title off the miz or have ziggy retire.... I can kinda see miz retaining, but then again I'm sure ziggler has some left in the tank.

    Everything else was kinda...meh
  5. Holy shit I hope Ziggler retires
  6. Damn man Retire! LOL he can just go to TNA or ROH He is that damn good
  7. Cena Sucks Big fat zero for Cena
  8. Cena > you
    Brady > > > Taker
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  9. Lmao! I don't know why it's so funny to mess with you @deth....I'm done bro... Brady doesn't suck man But he isn't and wasn't better then The Great Peyton Manning
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  10. Manning chokes on dick.
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  11. You can't disagree with facts, jabroni.
  12. Cut it out both of you. If you want to banter take it to chat please
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  13. Half of those games Brady won Most of the suoerbowl so victories His whole staff and team were cheating You got the Coach trying to hear the other teams plays, deflated football all the time courtesy of Tom Brady and just because he has more rings doesn't mean Shit if Peyton was with the patriots instead of Brady they would have won the superbowl way more times....But all that matters is now and my guy retired after winning the superbowl Brady won't get that Luxury.....
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  14. Ok posted last comment b4 I saw your post apologies to you sir
  15. Somehow I didn't mind the John Cena ending.
  16. Well, this thread got deteriorated fairly quickly. lol

    Anyways, to get back on topic... SmackDown was very good and easy to watch this week, as usual. 8/10

    The build towards No Mercy has been damn near flawless. I may not care about the Wyatt/Orton and Corbin/Swagger stuff, but even that has the chance of delivering and being good.

    Sooo... SmackDown defeated RAW yet again. Surprise, surprise.

    Some people may still consider it as a "B" show, but it's easily the superior show. Keep it up, based SmackDown! :)

    - The Wyatt/Orton stuff throughout the show was OK. I may not care for it. But, it wasn't bad.

    - Ambrose's backstage promo was a'ight. Loved him saying SD is a PG show, so he can't share his true feelings. lol

    - The Usos & The Ascension vs Beauty & The Man-Beast & American Alpha was good. Loved the final stretch.
    Diggin' the new look and attitude of The Usos, it is exactly what they needed to reinvigorate themselves. I can get behind the new theme, too. Oh, and I really liked the continuity here. They kept things going between The Usos and American Alpha, they handed Usos the win and of course, they took out the knee of Slater which was smart.

    - Cena's backstage promo was fine.

    - Carmella & Natalya vs Nikki Bella & Naomi was solid. It was a bit sloppy at times, but it wasn't bad or anything. Plus, it furthers the current programs between Nikki/Carmella and Nattie/Naomi. Also, have I failed to mention before that Naomi's music and entrance are amazing? And I mean, they're AMA-AMA-AMA-MAY-YAY-YAYZING.

    - The Miz/Ziggler segment was fantastic. Loved every bit of it. Plus, they picked the right city to do this kind of thing in.

    - Becky Lynch/Alexa Bliss stuff was fine.

    - AJ Styles' backstage promo was solid.

    - AJ Styles vs Dean Ambrose was a pretty damn good ME. Cena was pretty good on commentary.
    Anyways, I felt this was better than their Backlash match. The match had a good flow, was well-built, the crowd was involved and the nearfalls were great. And just like in that match at Backlash, Ambrose looked great here, as well. Like, it felt he was more urgent and was trying to adapt to Styles. Plus, the finish worked so well, as it not only protects Ambrose, but adds some heat to the triple-threat at No Mercy. Liked the post-match stuff, too.

    - None.
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  17. Ya know, 8/10 for me too. I liked this show a lot!

    I'm gonna keep tabs on Raw though. There's one thing I noticed on here that shined out like a lighthouse in a fog... When people on Raw talk, I don't listen. When people on SD talk that aren't Bray Wyatt, I do. And it pays off.

    To go through the list...

    -From back when I was the #2 TNA soldier on this site, I'd feel like a hypocrite if I didn't give Wyatt and Orton a thumbs up. It was a show that desperately needs to try something new doing such, so that alone is a plus! Although... this idea may just stay in the closet for future purposes. This wasn't very good, but was short and inoffensive enough... well after Orton stopped trying desperately to think of nursery rhymes. That was the biggest thumbs down on the show. Vipers don't have arms! They can't hold the mic!

    The backstage promos were good, really all the promos on this show - save for the girls, maybe - just have this extra intensity to them. Any backstage news on why that is? Maybe it's a morale thing in the locker room? Loosening up on scripts? Whatever it is, keep it up!

    -One trend on this show was "A match that looked like filler on paper wound up having an ending that really mattered." The eight-man tag was really fun! It's so wonderful to see WWE step outside of the box of the archaic tag formula! There's still the excitement of hot tags, but not the terrible boring stuff before. Very, very happy with this and to see dudes flying everywhere for a LONG stretch, then a SLATER HOT TAG which I thought I'd never write leading to the Usos pecking him apart and me being angry and hating this finish for allllll the right reasons. Screw you, Usos, for breaking apart all the cool guys. :(

    -A Bunch of the "Other Girls" on Smackdown had a tag match, and it... wasn't bad at all! :blackshock: It's starting to feel like there's depth when you can showcase, but limit, the Ascensions and And they are doing something I didn't think was possible... they're using Carmella as this sort of Dana-type of character, getting all these cheap fluky wins to really reinforce the fact - without even telling you all that much, just showing - that "She's having to get these little small victories because one on one, she doesn't stand a chance against the Fearless One.." and Nikki's work... lets be real, in the ring she's been mega underrated this last year when she was "standing in the way of the NXT girls" and other crap. Her ring-work is backing it up, and I can buy her wrecking balling the shit out of little Carmella and would like to see it... Am I dreaming?

    -MIZ AND ZIGGLER. ARE YOU KIDDING ME. Haven't seen it? Stop reading this and do it! And... the stipulation makes all the sense in the world! It sucks to see Ziggler win the IC but... maybe it'll lead to something cool? But it'll be a title change that really feels earned instead of every other mid-card change I've seen. I loved this segment and the match will rule and... Man, the Miz is perfect at having great mic skills yet still making us 2016 fans who recognize/adore "great mic skills" hate his guts. Also, Maryse.

    -It's weird, but I almost wonder if Alexa and Becky were better off the sh... nah. :haha: I like Becky on my TV.

    -And we capped the night with quality wrestling! Really good match between Styles and Ambrose, just the right quality to make it a nice TV main event and Cena was a-ok on commentary. Inoffensive, but I expected a DQ and... didn't get it! Yay! And I LOVED the Ambrose flash pin that was 1-2-*ref starts to count*... little small things like that are what's putting this angle over as being a competitive fight instead of Rollins getting a fucking 20 count on Owens. AJ seemed like the better guy over Deano again, but still had to resort to heel tactics to put the match away. That's the kind of hidden 50/50 booking that WWE is striving for but can't get.

    Overall, a show that made me feel like the mark Leo C makes me out to be. :)
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  18. Go watch Cena's promo on Talking Smack afterwards. He's fantastic at the unscripted promos
  19. Sounds cool! Is it one of those things where you can just listen over your headphones and not watch, though? Either way I'll check it out!