WWE SmackDown Spoilers Complete Results & Analysis

This week's Smack Down is not only the final broadcast of WWE's Network 2015, it also is the last time the blue brand beams into households across the country via SyFy Network.

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    Roman Reigns Brother Dean Ambrose

    WWE world heavyweight champion Roman Reigns finds himself opposing the most powerful man in the sport, the CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment Vince McMahon and just days before a major title defense against Sheamus in which the odds are stacked against him, is likely to endure the wrath of The Authority.

    Just hours after suffering a vicious powerbomb through the announce table at the hands of Kevin Owens, how would intercontinental champion Dean Ambrose respond? More importantly, would he be able to hold up physically in any sort of match he may have found himself in?

    Who would step up, hoping to end 2015 with a bang and earn considerable momentum heading into the new year?

    Fans in the nation's capitol, Washington, D.C. found out the answers to those questions and more as WWE presented this week's SmackDown tapings.

    Now you can check out everything that will go down on this week's show too, courtesy of our friends at WrestlingInc.com.



    WWE: Results

    The New Day kicked off the show with an in-ring promo. Kalisto and The Dudley Boyz interrupted and a 6-Man Tag Team match was booked.
    Kalisto and The Dudley Boyz defeated The New Day.
    Tyler Breeze defeated Goldust. After the match, Breeze and Summer Rae split up.
    Luke Harper and Braun Strowman defeated The Usos.
    Brie Bella and Alicia Fox defeated Tamina Snuka and Naomi.
    Dolph Ziggler defeated Bo Dallas.
    WWE world heavyweight champion Roman Reigns and Intercontinental champion Dean Ambrose defeated Sheamus and Kevin Owens via disqualification. Reigns avoided a powerbomb through the announce table and leveled Owens with the Superman Punch to close the show..

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    Kevin Owens

    WWE supar star Kevin Owens: hanging around the main event is a good thing for all involved, especially after seeing on Raw just how interesting the ass-kicking, despicable villain can be.

    Pairing him with Sheamus may be a bit awkward, considering the fact that the Celtic Warrior has plenty of his own friends in the League of Nations that could have better fit that role, but it does allow Owens to hang around headliners as he enjoys his latest substantial push.

    The other newsworthy note to come out of Tuesday's taping is the split between Tyler Breeze and Summer Rae, which seemingly comes out of nowhere. It is not necessarily a bad thing because one of the greatest attributes of the Breeze character is that he is so ridiculously good looking that he would never want to share the spotlight with someone even remotely as attractive.

    On the flip side, though, is the fact that another midcard talent is being reset with little build, simply because WWE Creative does not think fans will take notice.

    The Usos eating a clean, decisive loss to The Wyatt Family is interesting, considering how the twins brothers have been hanging around the main event scene as associates of Roman Reigns.

    Tamina Snuka and Naomi's loss to Brie Bella and Alicia Fox is peculiar given the fact that Team B.A.D. is involved in a program with Charlotte & Becky Lynch while Team Bella has been the glorified job squad of the tag division.

    On a night almost guaranteed to deliver near-record ratings lows because of the holiday, WWE Creative has seemingly opted to phone in what the company hopes will be the last irrelevant episode of SmackDown for the foreseeable future.

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