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SmackDown results: The Great White and Big Red Monster triumphed, as AJ “hammered” the competition.

Big Show and David Otunga took out Brodus Clay

BALTIMORE – With Mick Foley at the helm of SmackDown, World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus reigned supreme in a hard-fought No Way Out rematch against Dolph Ziggler, while Daniel Bryan fell victim to Kane and the questionable actions of AJ.

An elated Theodore Long emerged at the opening of SmackDown, not only rejoicing in the fact that John Laurinaitis had been fired by Mr. McMahon at No Way Out, but also because the Hardcore Legend Mick Foley would be the Interim General Manager for the night.

His celebration came to a sudden halt, however, when Big Show interrupted by promptly making his way past the former SmackDown GM and into the ring.

The World’s Largest Athlete reminded the WWE Universe that he only cares about himself – not Big Johnny getting fired or the opinions of any member of the WWE Universe. Convinced that he would definitively crush John Cena in any fair, one-on-one fight, the giant announced that he was moving on and throwing his hat in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match at the pay-per-view of the same name on July 15.  

A clash between Big Show and Brodus Clay is interrupted by the volatile David Otunga: SmackDown, June 22, 2012

Brodus Clay feels the wrath of Big Show and David Otunga on SmackDown.

The gigantic Superstar was soon engaged by Brodus Clay. Although The Funkasaurus held his own against the nearly impenetrable giant, a sudden sneak attack from behind by David Otunga allowed Big Show to gain a decisive advantage – before finishing off the target of his rage with the WMD.

As the smoke cleared, Otunga added insult to injury, dancing and posing over Brodus to the big man’s own music.   

Ryback def. Two local athletes in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match

SmackDown’s ultra-brutal Superstar once again ripped through two competitors at the same time, laying waste to both in excruciating fashion before finishing them off with a destructive double Shell Shocked.

Who in their right mind would want to step into the ring with Ryback as he continues to run rapid through WWE?

Ryback vs. two local athletes: SmackDown, June 22, 2012 - 2-on-1 Handicap Match

Ryback continues his dominance on SmackDown.

Vickie Guerrero to be the Interim General Manager of Raw and SmackDown next week ( WATCH)
WWE’s resident Cougar revealed to Mick Foley that she would be taking the temporary reins of both Raw and SmackDown next week, warning him that she might look to make him her assistant if he didn’t behave. However, the amused Hardcore Legend had a much “bigger” suggestion about who should be Guerrero’s assistant, The Great Khali. 

Alberto Del Rio def. Intercontinental Champion Christian in a Non-title Match

As a result of missing his World Heavyweight Title opportunity at No Way Out due to a concussion – and with John Laurinaitis getting fired at the same event – Alberto Del Rio returned to SmackDown looking to once again work his way back to the top. That quest would set him on a collision course with Christian.

In the height of the fast-paced battle that followed, a distraction by Ricardo Rodriguez allowed Del Rio to catch Captain Charisma on the top rope with a fierce kick, setting up the Cross Armbreaker and a huge victory for The Mexican Aristocrat.

Moments after the bell, Cody Rhodes – who Christian successfully defended the Intercontinental Championship against in their explosive pay-per-view rematch five days earlier – attacked his war torn adversary from behind. In an absolute frenzy, Rhodes hurled the titleholder into the steel ring post, dropping him to the canvas before accusing his foe of “stealing [his] time” and that he himself “was SmackDown.”

Christian vs. Alberto Del Rio: SmackDown, June 22, 2012

Intercontinental Champion Christian goes one-on-one with Alberto Del Rio.

Kane def. Daniel Bryan

For months, AJ has been involved in an out-of-control rollercoaster ride with CM Punk, Kane and Daniel Bryan. ( WATCH)

This week on SmackDown, the off-the-wall Diva would serve as a surprise special guest timekeeper as Kane took on Bryan. In the height of the action that followed – after the submission specialist cinched in the “Yes!” Lock on The Big Red Monster – AJ suddenly rang the bell. This caused Bryan to release the hold, thinking his monstrous opponent tapped out.

But much to Bryan’s chagrin, the referee explained that the masked menace hadn’t, in fact, given in and that the match was still going. Before WWE’s “Yes!” man could get his bearings, The Devil’s Favorite Demon roared back, hitting the chokeslam for the three count.

And just as quickly as the match ended, a guiltless AJ skipped away again like nothing out of the ordinary had happened at all.

Kane vs. Daniel Bryan: SmackDown, June 22, 2012

AJ is the guest time keeper for the match between Kane and Daniel Bryan.

Zack Ryder def. Heath Slater

An irate Health Slater decided to interrupt Mick Foley in the ring, lodging a protest after getting slammed over the head by Cyndi Lauper on Monday’s Raw SuperShow. Demanding the GM do something about it, The Hardcore Legend took immediate action by introducing The One Man Southern Rock Band to his opponent, Zack Ryder.

With Foley watching at ringside, Long Island Iced-Z soundly defeated Slater with the Rough Ryder leg drop.

Later in the back, the self-professed “Intellectual Savior of the Unwashed Masses” Damien Sandow looked to enlighten Foley and Ryder. ( WATCH)

Zack Ryder vs. Heath Slater: SmackDown, June 22, 2012

Long Island Iced Z goes head-to-head with The One Man Band on SmackDown.

The Prime Time Players def. The Usos

Continuing to make big moves in a big way, A.W. returned to SmackDown to lead his new tag team – The Prime Time Players – to the ring. This occurred just five days after he turned on Primo & Epico at No Way Out in favor of his new acquisition.

In O’Neil & Young’s high-octane match with The Usos, the head of All World Promotions would cause a crucial distraction by jumping on the apron and admonishing the referee. This allowed Darren Young to drop Jimmy Uso onto the top rope, setting up his “Real Deal” partner to hurl his foe to the canvas for the pin.

Shortly after the match, the casted-aside Primo & Epico attacked their former representative and his new clients in the back. ( WATCH)

The Usos vs. The Prime Time Players: SmackDown, June 22, 2012

The Usos collide with The Prime Time Players on SmackDown.

United States Champion Santino Marella saw the signs of love

Santino emerged before the WWE Universe, charged up to honor the many WWE signs made by the creative Baltimore crowd. And when the cameras found one that read “I love Santino,” The Italian Stallion called the woman down to say hi.

The ecstatic fan made her way to the ring, wearing a cobra of her own on her arm. But, after the two cobras kissed at the suggestion of Santino, the woman grabbed hold of the U.S. Champion, giving him a huge kiss and causing him to faint backward to the canvas with lipstick all over him. 

After Santino Marella picks the Sign of the Night, he ends up flat on his back: SmackDown, June 22, 2012

United States Champion Santino Marella picks the sign of the night and then gets knocked off his feet with a big surprise from a fan.

World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus def. Dolph Ziggler

In SmackDown’s main event, Dolph Ziggler entered his No Way Out rematch against World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus, looking to build on the incredible challenge he gave the Irish Superstar at Sunday’s pay-per-view. 

Mixing undeniable talent with unrelenting heart, desire and determination, The Showoff brought The Great White to the brink yet again, nearly scoring the victory at several turns.

Still, in the end, it was not enough the stop The Celtic Warrior, who blasted Ziggler with a fierce Brogue Kick out of nowhere to capture another triumph in epic fashion.

Sheamus vs. Dolph Ziggler: SmackDown, June 22, 2012

World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus and Dolph Ziggler have a rematch from No Way Out in the main event of SmackDown.


Live SmackDown results: June 22, 2012

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United States Champion Santino Marella saw the signs of love ( WATCH | PHOTOS)

Zack Ryder def. Heath Slater ( WATCH | PHOTOS)

Kane def. Daniel Bryan, thanks in part to AJ ( WATCH | PHOTOS)

Alberto Del Rio def. Intercontinental Champion Christian in a Non-title Match ( WATCH | PHOTOS)

Ryback def. two local athletes in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match ( WATCH | PHOTOS)

Big Show and David Otunga take out Brodus Clay ( WATCH | PHOTOS)