SmackDown Results: Miz left snake-bitten by The Viper and The Game

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September 27, 2013

Triple H kicked off SmackDown with what's "best for business"

MILWAUKEE, WI – Nine days before WWE Battleground, The King of Kings cleared the way for the sadistic Randy Orton to massacre The Miz, The Showoff challenged Dean Ambrose for the United States Championship and Bray Wyatt competed on SmackDown for the first-time-ever.

WWE COO Triple H opened SmackDown by justifying his decisions over the past month, calling all claims of favoritism and unfairness on his and Stephanie McMahon’s part “utterly ridiculous.” Citing Monday’s 11-on-3 Handicap Elimination Match as a prime example, The Game once again made the case that his actions are in the interest of what’s “best for business.”

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The Miz, however, didn’t agree, as The Awesome One arrived on Friday night’s best show still fuming over a Big Show KO Punch ordered by Stephanie McMahon on Raw.

Triple H claimed that Stephanie felt remorse for her actions, and in the spirit of being “fair and impartial,” made a showdown for later in the night, pitting the retribution-seeking Miz against the Superstar who brutally beat him in front of family and friends two weeks ago on Raw … Randy Orton!

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