The following contains SPOILERS for this Friday’s Smackdown, so don’t continue reading if you do not want to be spoiled. These spoilers are from ProWrestling.NET and courtesy of their reader, Jeremy McCurdy.
A Christian promo started the show. He was interrupted by Sheamus and then by Mark Henry. A brawl broke out. Randy Orton came out to a huge pop to help Christian, and they cleared the ring.
Christian and Orton had a backstage confrontation. Christian said he’ll be 100 percent the next time they meet.
1. Sin Cara defeated Daniel Bryan. Chavo Guerrero interfered and cost Bryan the match. Sin Cara also performed his top rope move. Sin Cara and Chavo got into it, and Chavo was thrown out of the ring.
Layla came to the ring, which was my cue to head out for a smoke. I was told that Kharma came out and beat up Layla.
2. Kane beat Wade Barrett by DQ. The Corre interfered for the DQ. Ezekiel Jackson made the save. It looked like it was building to a showdown for Zeke and Barrett, but The Corre jumped Zeke again and hit him with their finishers.
The Great Khali and Ranjin Singh came out wearing cowboy hats for the Kiss Cam segment. A woman kissed. Jinder Mahal came out and smacked the hat off Khali (we hated the hat, so I’m glad). They had a face off and the new guy left the ring.
Christian and Randy Orton were shown preparing for their tag team main event match against Mark Henry and Sheamus, which was announced earlier in the show by Teddy Long.
3. Cody Rhodes beat Ted DiBiase. Cody cut a promo and received decent heat. He won the match with CrossRhodes.
The Corre was interviewed, and Wade Barrett challenged Zeke to a match at Over the Limit.
4. Randy Orton and Christian beat Sheamus and Mark Henry. A good back and forth match. Orton and Christian both hit their finishers, and Christian got the pin to win the match.
1. Randy Orton, Christian, and Ezekiel Jackson defeated Wade Barrett, Justin Gabriel, and Heath Slater. The faces hit their finishers on Slater, and then Orton got the pin.
Loudest Pops: Randy Orton and Christian
Most Heat: Michael Cole, Mark Henry, and Wade Barrett/The Corre.