SmackDown: December 10, 2015
Poised for their respective title matches at Sunday's monumental WWE TLC pay-per-view, Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and The Usos went to war with The League of Nations in an 8-Man Tag Team Match on SmackDown. Find out what chaos ensured as WWE journeys to the extreme.
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WWE SmackDown results, Dec. 10, 2015: Reigns, Ambrose & The Usos downed The League of Nations en route to WWE TLC
Roman Reigns vs. Alberto Del Rio ended in No Contest
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — With WWE’s most extreme pay-per-view three days away, anarchy reigned on the best show on Thursday Night with an 8-Man Tag Team main event.
After attacking Jack Swagger with a chair on Raw to usher in their huge United States Title Chairs Match at WWE TLC, U.S. Champion Alberto Del Rio went to war against Roman Reigns on SmackDown. Considering that The League of Nations, Dean Ambrose and The Usos were all at ringside, mayhem was inevitable, and when The Celtic Warrior and his cohorts opted to pull The Essence of Excellence out of the ring early, a four-on-four brawl was exactly what happened.
Dolph Ziggler def. Tyler Breeze
Despite the fact that Tyler Breeze was dominating his match against Dolph Ziggler — partially due Ziggler’s noticeable knee injury — The Showoff caught Prince Pretty with a Superkick out of nowhere to score another big victory.
The Lucha Dragons def. Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods
Prior to their SmackDown match against The Lucha Dragons, the always boisterous New Day declared that they would triumph in their “impossible” Triple Threat Tag Team Championship Ladder Match at WWE TLC.
In spite of their talk, it was their masked opponents who reigned supreme on Thursday night, as Kalisto defeated Woods with Salida del Sol.
The Intercontinental Title Contract Signing spun out-of-control
Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens chose not to attend the WWE TLC Intercontinental Title Match Contract Signing, instead sending his lawyer with a letter which condemned SmackDown as an “unsafe work environment.”
This was a trick, however, a fact that became apparent when Owens sneak-attacked his WWE TLC opponent. But when Ambrose turned the tide, the prizefighter threw his attorney into harm’s way to escape. The Lunatic Fringe responded by hitting Dirty Deeds on his adversary’s legal proxy. Nevertheless, the contract is officially signed and the title will be decided this Sunday on WWE Network!
Ryback def. The Ascension – 2-on-1 Handicap Match
Amid the continued collision between Ryback and Rusev, it was announced on SmackDown that the two titans will square off at WWE TLC. With that showdown just three days away, The Bulgarian Brute and his lovely fiancée Lana joined the announce team, as The Big Guy took out The Ascension with Shell Shocked.
After the contest, the pay-per-view opponents came face-to-face, before Rusev used his bride-to-be to shield him from any further conflict.
Becky Lynch def. Paige
After Paige slapped WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair on Raw, Becky Lynch took on The Diva of Tomorrow on SmackDown. But when the Divas Champion Charlotte emerged, she distracted her WWE TLC No. 1 contender long enough for The Lass Killer to lock-in the Dis-arm-her and make Paige tap-out.
Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose & The Usos def. The League of Nations
In the final moments of a fierce 8-Man Tag Team main event, The Usos took out a meddling Sheamus and Alberto Del Rio, paving the way for Roman Reigns to overcome Rusev with the Spear!
Will the momentum from this huge clash contribute to the crowning of a new WWE World Heavyweight, Intercontinental, United States or WWE Tag Team Champion? Find out this Sunday at WWE TLC.