Mr. McMahon introduces Stephanie McMahon as the first SmackDown General Manager.06/29/2017 - 15:00
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LAS VEGAS -- As the votes continue to roar in for Cyber Sunday, two potential opponents for the WWE Championship took to battle. Meanwhile, The World's Largest Athlete announced the startling stipulations to be voted on for his match with Undertaker.
Vladimir Kozlov def. Jeff Hardy (WATCH | PHOTOS)
With WWE Champion Triple H at ringside as guest commentator, Kozlov reigned supreme over fellow Cyber Sunday candidate Jeff Hardy. After the match, The King of Kings locked in a staredown with his potential Cyber Sunday opponent.
Big Show makes a huge Cyber Sunday announcement (WATCH | PHOTOS)
Big Show announced that the WWE Universe will decide -- exclusively on WWE.com -- whether his Cyber Sunday match with Undertaker will be a Knockout, "I Quit," or Last Man Standing Match. (VOTE NOW!) Then, The World's Largest Athlete relentlessly demonstrated his ability in each type of match by destroying three local wrestlers.
Undertaker vs. The Great Khali (No Contest) (PHOTOS)
In an opportunity to showcase his dominance, SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero set up a match pitting The Great Khali against Undertaker. But, before a winner could be determined, Big Show intervened, dropping Undertaker with a chokeslam. Then, when The World's Largest Athlete tried to coerce Khali into hitting the unconscious Deadman with a steel chair, the Punjabi Giant refused, knocking the chair out of his hand. In the end, The Phenom rose from his unconscious state and nailed Big Show from behind with the steel chair, sending him out of the ring and retreating up the ramp.
WWE Tag Team Champions Carlito & Primo def. Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder (PHOTOS)
In a fast-paced match, WWE Tag Team Champions Carlito & Primo successfully defended their gold against former champions Hawkins & Ryder. When Curt Hawkins turned his attention to Carlito, Primo -- the legal man in the ring -- hit the unaware Superstar with a stunning Missile Dropkick.
R-Truth def. Montel Vontavious Porter (PHOTOS)
R-Truth defeated MVP with his Scissors Kick, continuing to build his momentum while once again denying the Ballin' Superstar his incentive contract bonus.
Ezekiel Jackson def. Super Crazy (PHOTOS)
After informing the WWE Universe of a "serious infection" that would keep him from competing against Super Crazy, The Brian Kendrick announced that his advisor Ezekiel Jackson would be stepping in to substitute. From the opening bell Jackson slaughtered Crazy, emerging victorious in his first match. After the match, despite his illness, Kendrick summoned the strength to hit his The Kendrick on his advisor's fallen prey.
Maria wins the Divas Las Vegas Match (WATCH | PHOTOS)
Maryse, Natalya, Victoria, & Brie Bella competed in a Las Vegas Match, vying for an opportunity at the Divas Championship. In the culmination of a hot and heavy battle between the Sexiest Women on Television, Maria threw Maryse from the ropes and climbed to the top turnbuckle to grab the gigantic Vegas dice and win herself a chance at Michelle McCool's gold.
Jesse & Festus def. Ryan Braddock & Kenny Dykstra (PHOTOS)
Freshly de-bubble wrapped Ryan Braddock & Kenny Dykstra were looking for a little payback from their My Moving Company captors, Jesse & Festus. But, their hopes for revenge came to a sudden halt when the Corn-Fed Colossus planted Dykstra's face into the mat for another authoritative win.