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Smackdown (205 Live) Highlights, Results And Recap (11/7/2018)

Smackdown (205 Live) Highlights, Results And Recap (11/7/2018) 


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Cedric Alexander def. Hideo Itami


Recap : The animosity between the Superstars was at a boiling point as they grappled early in the contest and countered one another in a stalemate. The champion finally took control of the contest by using his speed and agility, forcing Itami back into the corner. The Soul of WWE 205 Live taunted Itami before unleashing furious strikes that left his opponent reeling. However, just as Alexander built momentum, Itami answered with a brutal kick to the sternum.
Itami executed a running dropkick into the steel steps and rolled Alexander back into the ring. Incredibly, Alexander kicked out of a pinfall, but Itami was ready to strike. After unleashing a series of hard-hitting strikes, Itami charged forward, driving a knee into Alexander’s back.
Looking to deliver a final crushing blow, Itami charged his nemesis, but the champion incredibly countered and quickly executed his patented Lumbar Check to retain his title with an incredible victory.


 Lio Rush def. Colin Delaney


Recap : Lio Rush took his time making his way to the ring as he prepared to battle Colin Delaney. Moments before the action kicked off, Akira Tozawa hit ringside to observe the action.
Enthused by Tozawa’s presence, Rush provided The Stamina Monster with a chair. Tozawa kicked the chair away, and Delaney nearly scored a rollup pinfall after taking his opponent by surprise. However, the uncanny speed and agility of The Man of the Hour changed the contest in the blink of an eye, and Rush unleashed an impressive flurry, stunning Delaney.
After taunting Tozawa on the outside, Rush ascended the ropes and perfectly executed The Final Hour for the victory.

Kalisto vs. Tony Nese ended in a No Contest


Recap : Kalisto avoided Nese’s advances before a frustrated Nese asserted his own strength and agility, leading to an early stalemate. After both Superstars showed off what they are capable of, the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion enjoyed a brief advantage until he was overpowered by his opponent.
Taking control of the contest, The Premier Athlete displayed his power and technical ability at Kalisto’s expense. Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado tried to rally their lucha brother and the WWE Universe with their noisemakers. A momentary distraction was all Kalisto needed to turn the tide of the battle and show off his speed and high-flying ability.

Team Hell No & The New Day def. The Bludgeon Brothers & SAnitY


Recap : Paige made a massive 10-Man Tag Team Match, and the two sides fought ferociously with tons of bruising offense.
The Bludgeon Brothers and SAnitY used their size and strength advantages to wear down Team Hell No & The New Day for a good chunk of the contest, but Daniel Bryan led a rally for his squad that saw a flurry of high-impact maneuvers, including Big E launching Kofi Kingston over the top rope and onto Harper, clearing the way for Bryan to catch Eric Young with the Running Knee for the 1-2-3.

Andrade “Cien” Almas def. Sin Cara


Recap : Almas soon took control after leaping from the top rope and planting both of his feet into Sin Cara’s chest before putting away the masked luchador with his vicious Running Double Knee attack for the biggest win of his blue brand tenure.

Asuka def. James Ellsworth in a Lumberjack Match


Recap : Asuka terrorizing Ellsworth. With nowhere to run for Ellsworth, it appeared The Empress was on her way to an emphatic victory just five days before her SmackDown Women’s Championship rematch at WWE Extreme Rules. At one point, Ellsworth attempted to bolt, but the lumberjacks grabbed him and then started going at it with one another.
During all this commotion, Carmella attempted to hand Ellsworth a spray that he used to try to blind The Empress. Asuka was hip to their plan though and stopped the ploy, knocking Ellsworth into Carmella to send her flying off the apron, and then putting Carmella’s lackey in the Asuka Lock for the submission victory.
Just after the bell, Carmella rushed the ring to try to get the jump on Asuka. While The Empress attempted to deal with The Princess, Ellsworth retrieved the spray and blinded Carmella’s foe, allowing the champion to make a major statement by downing her challenger yet again.

AJ Styles & Jeff Hardy def. Rusev & Shinsuke Nakamura


Recap : The four Superstars wasted no time getting right back into the thick of their conflict, with each clearly wanting to make a major statement ahead of their championship clashes on Sunday.
Jeff Hardy & AJ Styles caught fire during the free-for-all, but Rusev knocked Styles out of the ring with a Machka Kick, then leveled Hardy with a second one to claim a valuable win just five days before his WWE Title bout at WWE Extreme Rules.

AJ Styles def. Shinsuke Nakamura via disqualification


Recap : Styles and Nakamura picked up right where they left off, laying into one another with hard-hitting strikes and counters for the other’s counters. During the contest, the hard-hitting action spilled out of the ring to the commentary desk, where Styles could not help but clock a chattering Aiden English, who was getting too close for comfort.
The King of Strong Style used the distraction to knock AJ down on the outside, but the WWE Champion evaded the Kinshasa and caused Nakamrua to drill English instead. An incensed Rusev blindsided Styles, who won by disqualification. Rusev and Nakamura then began to put the boots to The Phenomenal One, but the tables turned quickly when United States Champion Jeff Hardy came out to even the odds.


Samoa Joe attacks Tye Dillinger before SmackDown LIVE


Recap : The match between Tye Dillinger and Samoa Joe scheduled for Tuesday's SmackDown LIVE did not take place after The Samoan Submission Machine ambushed The Perfect 10 before the show went on the air. WWE cameras caught the brutal attack, which took place as Dillinger arrived to greet the WWE Universe before Tuesday’s show.

Chaos broke out between Team Hell No, The Bludgeon Brothers, SAnitY and The New Day on “Miz TV”


Recap : The Miz attempted to rile up Daniel Bryan & Kane , calling them a nostalgia act that no longer has what it takes to compete with a duo like Harper & Rowan . Having to hear this from his bitter rival put The “Yes!” Man in the mood for a fight, though Kane tried to calm his friend down… until Miz kept persisting with his taunting, which led to Kane getting ready to chokeslam The A-Lister. However, Miz got out of dodge when The Bludgeon Brothers began to approach the ring. Bryan & Kane quickly had their hands full when SAnitY appeared and attacked Team Hell No with Harper & Rowan soon joining in.
The reinforcements would soon arrive, though, with The New Day joining the fight and evening the odds for a bit. However, the sheer brutality that The Bludgeon Brothers and SAnitY already inflicted on Team Hell No was too much for them and The New Day to overcome, as WWE officials ran down to attempt to break up the melee.
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