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Former Royal Rumble Winner Returning On Next Week’s SmackDown

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• Former Royal Rumble Winner Returning On Next Week’s SmackDown

Below are the results from tonight’s SmackDown after WrestleMania 39 so far:

– The Brawling Brutes (Sheamus, Butch & Ridge Holland) def. Imperium (Intercontinental Champion Gunther, Ludwig Kaiser & Giovanni Vinci)

– During a backstage interview, Kayla Braxton asked Paul Heyman if he knows why Brock Lesnar turned on Cody Rhodes on Monday’s RAW.

Instead of answering the question, Heyman talked about how Roman Reigns is approaching 1,000 days as champion. Jey Uso interrupted and asked Heyman & Solo Sikoa if they have seen Jimmy Uso.

Heyman said The Tribal Chief called Jimmy to have some talks with him, so Jimmy won’t be here tonight, and that “Main Event” Jey Uso will have to solve the Sami Zayn problem all by himself.

When Jey left, Heyman teased turning on Jey when he said the following to Sikoa:

“Either he solves the Sami Zayn problem tonight or you solve our problems tonight.”

– Wade Barrett said on commentary that he heard Brock Lesnar was mad because his match was on first at WrestleMania 39 Sunday, while Cody Rhodes got to main event and that was the reason he attacked Cody on RAW.

– Ricochet def. Ivar

– In a backstage segment, Kevin Owens said him and Sami Zayn finally put The Bloodline stuff away tonight. Sami said he feels weird and wants to talk to Jey Uso before his match with him tonight. Owens said that’s a bad idea.

– Liv Morgan & Raquel Rodriguez def. The Ballsy Baddies (Shotzi & Natalya)

– Xavier Woods and Madcap Moss were playing WWE 2K23 backstage and LA Knight interrupted. Knight wasn’t happy that he didn’t get an opportunity to appear at WrestleMania 39, but Woods appeared to promote WWE’s newest video game. Woods said LA would’ve been at WrestleMania if he worked as much as he talks. Woods threatened to beat up Knight and Knight welcomed it. LA broke Xavier’s video game controller and left.

– Triple H came out and talked about the record-setting WrestleMania 39. HHH then said the Draft will take place in a few weeks. HHH said the Draft this year will be bigger than ever, with every single superstar being available.

– The Judgement Day came out. New SmackDown Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley bragged about defeating Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania 39. Finn Balor questioned what kind of a man Edge is for hitting him in the head with a Ladder (which led to him getting 14 staples in his head) just to win a match. Balor then said he’s the real winner as he’s still here, while Edge is nowhere to be seen.

Dominik Mysterio said he was holding back during his match against Rey Mysterio, because he couldn’t hit his Father. The fans booed him big time. Damian Priest apologized to Bad Bunny for attacking him on RAW and blamed Bunny for making him do what he did, and laughed.

– Judgment Day (Damian Priest & Dominik Mysterio) def. The LWO (Rey Mysterio & Santos Escobar)

– Michael Cole announced that Men’s Royal Rumble 2018 winner Shinsuke Nakamura will return on next week’s SmackDown.

– Before their match tonight, Sami Zayn met Jey Uso and said everything he told him is happening. Sami said if Jey still can’t see the things that are happening or are about to happen, then he has no problem in beating some sense into him. While they were talking, Solo Sikoa attacked Kevin Owens.

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (April 7, 1984) – WWF Championship Wrestling

On this day in 1984, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Championship Wrestling’.

This episode was pre-taped at the Agricultural Hall in Allentown, Pennsylvania and featured matches & interviews with several 1984 WWF Wrestling Superstars.

You can find the card below:

– Rocky Johnson & Tony Atlas vs. Johnny Ringo & Tony Colon

– David Schultz vs. Jose Luis Rivera

– Sgt. Slaughter vs. Charlie Fulton

– Bob Orton Jr. vs. The Tonga Kid

– The Iron Sheik vs. Lee Wong

– The Wild Samoans vs. Brian Blair & Tony Garea

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