"WWE SmackDown" completed its latest taping, and it may be a very entertaining show.

Kane started the show with an in-ring promo. He says it's good to return to the WWE, following his kayfabe injury, and announced a couple matches, including Dolph Ziggler and Ryback against Rusev and Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens and Roman Reigns vs. Luke Harper with Dean Ambrose and The Wyatt Family banned at ringside. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins appeared and wanted Kane to admit he's been attacking him with the Kane mask. Kane persuaded Rollins to enter the ring, and announced the main event: Ambrose vs. Rollins.

Harper vs. Reigns was the first match of the show. Reigns won the considerably short match without interference from Ambrose of the Wyatts.

It was time for WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day. Following a backstage skit, The New Day cut a promo and announced they will have a match against The Dudley Boyz at "Live From Madison Square Garden," airing exclusively on the WWE Network on Oct. 3. After talking about "save the tables," Xavier Woods helped secure the pin against The Lucha Dragons.

Cesaro defeated Bo Dallas.

A video was played showing Paige's tirade against WWE Divas Champion Charlotte, Becky Lynch and the rest of the divas division. Charlotte and Lynch entered the ring, followed by Paige. Natalya later appeared to say Paige had no right to act the way she did last Monday. Paige said Natalya is trying to maintain relevancy by finally including herself into the "Divas Revolution" storyline. After slapping Natalya, Paige exits and the segment ends.

Ryback and Ziggler defeated Rusev and Owens when the Intercontinental Champion decided to walk out of the match. Rusev ate a super kick by Ziggler and a shellshock by Ryback for the win.

It was main event time. Ambrose defeated Rollins, but the former had the advantage when Kane's lights and pyro distracted Rollins. After the match, Rollins grabbed the mic and listed his accomplishments since becoming champion. The show ended with Kane's pyro reigniting and Rollins exiting the ring.

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


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