"WWE SmackDown's" latest taping took place in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, and it was quite a packed show.

The show opened with The Wyatt Family delivering an in-ring promo. Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper talk about Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns, and they replay the beat-down on Randy Orton from "Monday Night Raw." The promo ended with Braun Strowman saying "Run!"

Cesaro and The Miz had the first match of the show, and it finally ended in favor of the Swiss wrestler. Cesaro won via submission, specifically the Sharpshooter, a move he has adopted in honor of injured tag-team partner Tyson Kidd.

Backstage, Renee Young interviewed Ambrose, Reigns and Jimmy Uso -- three men who have a six-man tag-team match later in the show against WWE Tag Team Champions New Day.

Paige vs. Sasha Banks was next, another rematch from "Monday Night Raw." The divas match, however, never started as Team B.A.D. and Team P.C.B. had a brawl.

The action returned backstage with Byron Saxton interviewing WWE World Heavyweight Champion and United States Champion Seth Rollins. The champion complained about Sting destroying his statue and his two matches scheduled at "Night of Champions."

The New Day vs. Ambrose, Reigns and Uso ended in no-contest. It appeared as if the faces were going to win until the lights went out and The Wyatt Family interfered.

Tag-team competition continued with The Ascension defeating The Lucha Dragons. Stardust was in the corner for The Ascension, and the trio would continue to fight Kalisto and Sin Cara until Neville made the save.

Backstage again, Young interviewed Team Bella. Divas Champion Nikki Bella spoke about almost becoming the longest-reigning Divas Champion if she defeats Charlotte next Monday. Charlotte appeared and argued with Bella.

It was time for the main event with Rollins against Ryback in a lumberjack match. The match was another rematch from "Raw" but with the added lumberjack stipulation. Rollins won with the pedigree.

"WWE SmackDown" airs weekly on Thursday at 8 p.m. EDT on SyFy.


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