WWE Top 10 takes you back to this week's SmackDown LIVE to revisit the show's most thrilling, physical and controversial moments.02/21/2018 - 11:30
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Mysterio and MVP ultimately overcame CM Punk and Luke Gallows with an explosive 619-305 combination. But after the bell, the "unknown stranger" that helped The Second City Saint beat The Master of the 619 at Extreme Rules, appeared again and launched another hit-and-run assault on the masked Superstar.
Women's Champion Beth Phoenix & Kelly Kelly def. Michelle McCool & Layla
The impressive combination of new Women's Champion Beth Phoenix and newly drafted Diva Kelly Kelly proved triumphant over Team Lay-Cool. After cleaning house with absolute dominance, The Glamazon tagged in Kelly Kelly, who dropped a leg on Layla for the huge victory.
Edge's exit from SmackDown clashed with Christian's emergence
After being drafted to Raw, Edge came before the WWE Universe to explain his seemingly sincere regrets about leaving "his show." But, before he could finish, recently drafted Christian -- his best friend since the sixth grade and former "E & C" tag team partner -- emerged, accusing The Rated-R Superstar of being insincere to the fans. After The Ultimate Opportunist admitted to playing the WWE Universe to get what he wanted, Captain Charisma said he'd rather face Edge in a match than partner with him. Instead of accepting the challenge, the nine-time World Champion hit his former friend with a cheap shot. However, Christian fought back and eventually drove Edge from the ring. With Edge in retreat, Christian led the Hershey crowd in a rendition of "Hey Hey Hey, Goodbye."
Cody Rhodes def. John Morrison
In his first match since being drafted to SmackDown, Cody Rhodes overcame The Guru of Greatness with the Cross Rhodes. The showdown marked Morrison's last match before departing for Monday Night Raw.
Kane welcomed Chavo Guerrero back to SmackDown
The Big Red Monster interrupted the reemergence of newly drafted Chavo Guerrero, "welcoming back" the self-proclaimed Mexican Warrior with a vicious chokeslam.
Kofi Kingston def. Chris Jericho
At the 2010 WWE Draft on Raw, Kofi Kingston was selected to move to SmackDown, while Chris Jericho was selected to rejoin the Raw roster. Following his draft announcement, Kofi celebrated his change of venue by hitting Trouble in Paradise on the first-ever Undisputed WWE Champion. And in his first match as a Friday night Superstar, Kingston increased his momentum with the "Boom, Boom, Boom," sending the self-proclaimed "face of SmackDown" off to Raw with a second Trouble in Paradise.
This was not the first time Kingston scored a post-draft win over Chris Jericho. In his first match after being drafted to Raw in 2008, Kofi triumphed over Jericho to capture the Intercontinental Championship.