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WWE SmackDown results, Dec. 31, 2015: Reigns & Ambrose rocked in the New Year by repelling Sheamus & Owens

Kalisto & The Dudley Boyz def. The New Day

WASHINGTON, D.C.– On the final SmackDown of 2015 – as well as the last episode before Thursday night’s hottest show moves to USA Network – the brothers-in-arms went to war against a very dangerous Celtic-KO combination. In addition, The Wyatts looked to ground The Usos and The New Day got caught off-guard by an extreme surprise.

Kalisto & The Dudley Boyz vs. The New Day: SmackDown, December 31, 2015

alisto, Bubba Ray and D-Von battle the WWE Tag Team Champions.

Big E, Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods looked to usher in the New Year by kicking off SmackDown three days after their shenanigans on Raw left Sin Cara with a dislocated shoulder.

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But even as the trio surmised that they were “perfect” and therefore needed no New Year’s resolution, The Lucha Dragons emerged. Though Sin Cara was in no condition to compete, Kalisto challenged the reigning titleholders to a Six-Man Tag Team Match with his surprise partners, The Dudley Boyz.

In the height of the subsequent contest, a resilient Kalisto triumphed over Kofi with Salida del Sol. The Dudleys then rang in the New Year with a bang by putting Woods through a post-match table!

Tyler Breeze def. Goldust

Goldust vs. Tyler Breeze: SmackDown, December 31, 2015

Prince Pretty takes a walk on the bizarre side, before making a huge announcement with Summer Rae.

In the last moments of Tyler Breeze’s slugfest against Goldust, Prince Pretty hurled the Bizarre One face-first into the turnbuckle, before using the ropes as leverage to pick up the controversial three-count.

The Gorgeous One then joined Summer Rae in making the monumental announcement that the pair would go their separate ways!

Braun Strowman & Luke Harper of The Wyatt Family def. The Usos

The Usos vs. Braun Strowman & Luke Harper of The Wyatt Family: SmackDown, December 31, 2015

Jey and Jimmy Uso try to turn back the darkness of Bray Wyatt's freakish disciples.

Jey & Jimmy Uso may once again be the Tag Team of the Year. But, even a pair of Uso-Crazy Super Kicks wouldn’t win over Braun Strowman. The Black Sheep conquered his painted adversaries with his excruciating bear hug and sent another haunting message to the locker room in the process.

Alicia Fox & Brie Bella def. Naomi & Tamina

Alicia Fox & Brie Bella vs. Naomi & Tamina: SmackDown, December 31, 2015

Two members of Team Bella battle two members of Team B.A.D on Syfy's final SmackDown before the move to USA Network.

At the end of a year that gave rise to the Divas Revolution, Team Bella’s Brie blasted Naomi with the Bella Buster to help her and Alicia Fox triumph over two-thirds of Team B.A.D.

Dolph Ziggler def. Bo Dallas

Dolph Ziggler vs. Bo Dallas: SmackDown, December 31, 2015

The Showoff rocks in the New Year against Bo Dallas.

The Showoff rocked both New Year’s Eve and Bo Dallas, using a superkick to counter his opponent’s aggressive offense and finish off 2015 with a big win.

Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose def. Sheamus & Kevin Owens via Disqualification

Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose vs. Sheamus & Kevin Owens: SmackDown, December 31, 2015

The brothers-in-arms take on the Celtic-KO connection in a New Year's Eve edition of SmackDown.

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Roman Reigns & Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose took Sheamus & Kevin Owens to the limit in the final WWE match of 2015.

But, just when Reigns hit The Celtic Warrior with the Superman Punch and looked as if he might finish him off with the Spear, Owens pulled The Big Dog down and backwards into the steel ring post. The dirty low blow brought an end to the contest by disqualification.

A vicious post-match assault ensured, first on Reigns and then on the advancing Ambrose. But the brothers-in-arms ultimately turned the tide to take down both The Celtic Warrior and KO.

Will Reigns have the same luck this Monday night on Raw when he puts the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line against Sheamus with none other than Mr. McMahon as the special guest referee?