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 SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Bar def. The New Day

SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Bar def. The New Day

The New Day nearly reclaimed the SmackDown Tag Team Championship at WWE Crown Jewel, but Big Show proved to be a huge difference maker, directly leading to The Bar retaining their titles.

Kofi Kingston takes to the air against Cesaro: WWE Crown Jewel 2018 (WWE Network Exclusive)

With The New Day looking to regain the SmackDown Tag Team Championship from The Bar, The Dreadlocked Dynamo soars through the skies in a jaw-dropping athletic display: Courtesy of WWE Network.

Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods & Big E floated to the ring on a magic carpet ride, spreading the Power of Positivity (and pancakes) to the WWE Universe ahead of the massive showdown, while The Bar flaunted that they had The World’s Largest Athlete in their corner.

Big E and Sheamus started off the contest, and the two powerhouses pummeled each other in the bout’s early moments. The Bar soon took control by overpowering Kofi Kingston and isolating him in their half of the ring, while Big Show taunted him from ringside, encouraging The Dreadlocked Dynamo to give up. Despite Sheamus &Cesaro’s devastating offense, Kingston would not give in, fighting back to his feet and battling back to his corner to tag in Big E.

After hurling Cesaro around the ring with ease, Big E charged at Sheamus for a spear through the ropes. Though he ran right into The Celtic Warrior’s knee, he and Kingston persevered and soon looked to have the champions on the ropes. However, Big Show proved to be the difference maker, as he took advantage of poor positioning by the official to wallop Big E with a Knockout Punch, leading him right into a Brogue Kick that ensured The Bar remained SmackDown Tag Team Champions.

Though The New Day have often had the numbers in their favor, they’ve finally met a team willing to even the odds, and do so in massive fashion. With Big Show in their corner, is there anyone who will be able to knock The Bar off their pedestal?

The New Day nearly reclaimed the SmackDown Tag Team Championship at WWE Crown Jewel, but Big Show proved to be a huge difference maker, directly leading to The Bar retaining their titles.

Kofi Kingston takes to the air against Cesaro: WWE Crown Jewel 2018 (WWE Network Exclusive)

With The New Day looking to regain the SmackDown Tag Team Championship from The Bar, The Dreadlocked Dynamo soars through the skies in a jaw-dropping athletic display: Courtesy of WWE Network.

Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods & Big E floated to the ring on a magic carpet ride, spreading the Power of Positivity (and pancakes) to the WWE Universe ahead of the massive showdown, while The Bar flaunted that they had The World’s Largest Athlete in their corner.

Big E and Sheamus started off the contest, and the two powerhouses pummeled each other in the bout’s early moments. The Bar soon took control by overpowering Kofi Kingston and isolating him in their half of the ring, while Big Show taunted him from ringside, encouraging The Dreadlocked Dynamo to give up. Despite Sheamus &Cesaro’s devastating offense, Kingston would not give in, fighting back to his feet and battling back to his corner to tag in Big E.

After hurling Cesaro around the ring with ease, Big E charged at Sheamus for a spear through the ropes. Though he ran right into The Celtic Warrior’s knee, he and Kingston persevered and soon looked to have the champions on the ropes. However, Big Show proved to be the difference maker, as he took advantage of poor positioning by the official to wallop Big E with a Knockout Punch, leading him right into a Brogue Kick that ensured The Bar remained SmackDown Tag Team Champions.

Though The New Day have often had the numbers in their favor, they’ve finally met a team willing to even the odds, and do so in massive fashion. With Big Show in their corner, is there anyone who will be able to knock The Bar off their pedestal?