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WWE Smackdown Results – April 7 2016

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Taped at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas, this was the first Smackdown episode since Wrestlemania 32. Featuring Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, AJ Styles and more, here’s what went down on Smackdown. Spoilers!

Opening segment

Roman Reigns is in the ring, yammering on until AJ Styles interrupts him and demands a match for the WWE World Heavyweight championship. Reigns brushes him off, and claims that Styles will never ever beat him for the belt.

The Vaudevillains defeat the Lucha Dragons

A quick match, that ended with Kalisto getting pinned as the Vaudevillains picked up the win.

Natalya defeats Summer Rae

With Charlotte and Ric Flair joining the commentary team, Natalya and Summer Rae went at one another, another quick match that ended with Natalya putting Summer Rae in the Sharpshooter picking up a submission win that added more fuel to the growing feud between her and Charlotte.

The Miz defeats Zack Ryder

Thanks to some interruption from Maryse, The Miz walked away with another win after hitting the Skull Crushing Finale on Zack Ryder.

Apollo Crews defeats Curtis Axel

A very brief match, as Apollo Crews landed the sit-out powerbomb on Curtis Axel to end his match with a win in just over two minutes.

Backstage with the Dudleys, Baron Corbin and Becky Lynch

The Dudleys are looking for a fight, and they say that they want a piece of Roman Reigns. Meanwhile, Baron Corbin is looking to take out Dolph Ziggler in a rematch and Becky Lynch is hungry for the Divas Championship.

Dean Ambrose defeats Tyler Breeze

Yet another quick match, as Ambrose defeated Tyler Breeze within a minute after landing the Dirty Deeds finisher. As Deeds makes his way backstage, Chris Jericho’s entrance hits and the two have a brief staredown.

AJ Styles and Cesaro defeat Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens

The main event of the night kicks off after Jericho cuts a promo dissing the Houston fans in attendance. While Styles and Cesaro have plenty of in-ring teamwork chemistry, Owens and Jericho are struggling to stay united. Things get even worse for Owens, as Sami Zayn appears to distract him long enough for Styles to roll him up for a quick pin win.

The Dudleys then appear to jump Styles, but Roman Reigns pops up to save the day. Reigns and Styles shake hands in mutual respect, something which Jericho demands as well. Instead, he gets a Styles Clash and a Spear as Smackdown ends for the night.

Last Updated: April 6, 2016

14 Comments

  1. As always, I have to try and persuade you into not watching wrestling. I will give you my Xbox one if you stop writing articles about this……..

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    • Hammersteyn

      April 6, 2016 at 07:39

      There are worst things on TV than wrestling. Like every reality TV show ever. Yes it’s fake, but it’s like a soapy with acrobatics. Also I’ve lost touch with work and gaming taking up most of my time. Also who wants to watch E-Tv? I do watch the PPV matches and these articles are a nice way for me to stay up to speed. Luckily it’s not mandatory in that you have to read them

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      • Darren Peach

        April 6, 2016 at 07:41

        I know, I am just kidding around……..:)

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        • Hammersteyn

          April 6, 2016 at 07:41

          LOL, I was wondering when you were threatening to give your XBOX away

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          • Darren Peach

            April 6, 2016 at 07:43

            It’s still at the pawn shop. I keep having to pay the monthly interest. Murphy’s law, When I am busy I don’t own one, As soon as I am able to afford another one work dries up and I use it as a loan device.

  2. Hammersteyn

    April 6, 2016 at 07:40

    Saw the AJ Styles vs. Chris Jericho match. I can see why AJ is so popular.

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    • Alien Emperor Trevor

      April 6, 2016 at 07:55

      He was awesome in TNA until Hulk Hogan arrived & fucked it all up by turning the show into WWE-lite, stopped watching after that.

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      • Hammersteyn

        April 6, 2016 at 08:04

        Agreed

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        • Darren Peach

          April 6, 2016 at 08:13

          I have been working all night with CNN on in the background…………Go Bernie ( Don’t die cause you are very old but your are the lesser of three evils ). It’s just as over the top as wrestling…. 😉

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      • Strawman Jim

        April 6, 2016 at 12:33

        Hulk Hogan killed WCW! Hulk Hogan killed TNA! Hulk Hogan killed Gawker! The man is a PROFESSIONAL KILLER! ALL HAIL HOLLYWOOD HULK HOGAN

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        • Alien Emperor Trevor

          April 6, 2016 at 13:33

          Hollywood Hulk Hogan… HHH. WHAT?!

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          • Strawman Jim

            April 7, 2016 at 13:25

            HOLLYWOOD MOTHAFRUITEN HULK HOGAN DROPPED THE LEG ON GAWKER!!

    • Strawman Jim

      April 6, 2016 at 12:32

      Dude, check out some of his stuff from the early 00s when he was still at TNA. The dude is a legend.

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  3. Strawman Jim

    April 6, 2016 at 12:31

    I still need to get used to the idea of AJ Styles in the WWE… I wasn’t a huge fan of TNA but his matches there (during his tenure as x-division champ) were some of the most amazing stuff ever.

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