WWE SmackDown Spoilers, Results for Oct. 8, 2015: Randy Orton, Roman Reigns, Wyatt Family in Main Event
Philadelphia was home to the latest "WWE SmackDown" tapings, and WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day saved it.
The tag-team champions opened the show with a promo, providing a recap of their actions during "Monday Night Raw." Last Monday, The New Day attacked Dolph Ziggler backstage, which stopped the latter from competing against John Cena's United States Championship. Further, The New Day would attack Cena and The Dudley Boyz. Back on "SmackDown," Ziggler appeared and spoke about missing the United States Championship opportunity. Ziggler will have the first match of the night against Big E.
Big E defeated Ziggler. During the match, the Dudleys and the remaining New Day members were at ringside. With plenty of distractions, it was indeed a good day for The New Day.
The action continued with a six-diva tag-team match. Becky Lynch, Natalya and Divas Champion Charlotte defeated Team Bella (Nikki and Brie Bella and Alicia Fox). It was the second-consecutive loss for Team Bella after losing to Team B.A.D. during the previous edition of "SmackDown."
WWE Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens was on commentary for Ryback vs. Rusev. Despite having Summer Rae at ringside, Rusev lost.
It was promo time for The Wyatt Family. Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman spoke about the show's main-event match, which will be them against Randy Orton and Roman Reigns. Wyatt also spoke about his Hell in a Cell match against Reigns, set for the "Hell in a Call" pay-per-view event.
King Barrett was next to appear and cut a promo. He also defeated Neville with the Bullhammer Elbow. After the match, Stardust appeared and delivered his own promo against Neville.
It was main event time with Orton and Reigns vs. Wyatt and Strowman. The match ended by disqualification, in favor of Orton and Reigns. The New Day appeared once again to beat down Reigns, but the Dudleys returned to even the odds. The show's conclusion came when the Dudleys put Xavier Woods through a table.
"WWE SmackDown" airs weekly on Thursdays at 8 p.m. EDT on SyFy.
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