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WWE SmackDown Results – Rey Mysterio’s Daughter Makes Out, Heel Turn After The Main Event

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• WWE SmackDown Results – Rey Mysterio’s Daughter Makes Out, Heel Turn After The Main Event

Below are the results from tonight’s post-Hell In A Cell episode of SmackDown:

– Roman Reigns gave Jey Uso two hours (till the end of SmackDown) to fall in line

– Kevin Owens def. Dolph Ziggler to qualify for SmackDown Men’s Survivor Series team

– Lars Sullivan said in a sit-down interview with Corey Graves that he has always been bullied for being a “Freak”. He told a story about the Tracy Brothers calling him a “freak show” when he was a kid. Lars says he cried while they laughed at him.

But 20 minutes later, he beat them up and made them scream. He said he wants to launch a lifetime of pain and humiliation and wants to make WWE his personal playground, and make this place his personal hell on Earth.

– Murphy told Aalyah Mysterio in a backstage segment that he’s going to issue a public apology to Dominik & Rey Mysterio on tonight’s SmackDown

– Bianca Belair def. Billie Kay and Natalya in a Triple Threat match to qualify for the SmackDown Women’s Survivor Series team

– Carmella will return to the ring next week on SmackDown

– Murphy (with Aalyah Mysterio in the ring with him) asked Dominik & Rey Mysterio to come out to the ring so he can apologize face-to-face. However, Seth Rollins came out.

Rollins told Aalyah that her parents are controlling her and that her brother is a coward and doesn’t like that she is stealing his spotlight.

Dominik then came out and attacked Rollins. Dominik then started fighting with Murphy and Rey Mysterio ran out to make the save. Aalyah stopped Rey from hitting the 619 on Murphy.

Aalyah told Rey that she loves Murphy. Rey couldn’t believe it and Aalyah refused to go to the back with her father. Aalyah then hugged Murphy and kissed him. Seth Rollins was seen shocked and smiling on the stage!

You can watch it below:

– SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Street Profits def. Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro

– Sami Zayn said the Intercontinental Championship is better than the United States Championship while talking about his Survivor Series match with Bobby Lashley

– Bayley interrupted SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks and said everyone knows Sasha can win a title, but can’t hold on to it. Bayley then challenged Sasha to a rematch for the Title on next week’s show. Sasha then told Bayley that “backstabbing b*tches never win”. This match has now been made official.

– Jey Uso def. Daniel Bryan to qualify for SmackDown Men’s Survivor Series team

– Universal Champion Roman Reigns joined Jey in the ring after the match and Jey said “I’m with you” and “You are the head of the table”. Reigns keeps on looking at Bryan and Jey superkicks Bryan and hits a Splash. Jey shouts that he understands now and that he loves him too. Reigns gave Jey more orders and Jey begins attacking Bryan again. Jey throws Bryan into the steel ring steps. Jey has turned heel.

Jey then placed Bryan on the announce table and hit him with a Splash from the top turnbuckle! Jey begins punching Bryan again and Roman leaves the ring with a smile on his face.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 30, 2000) – Old School WWF Celebrity Passed Away

On this day in 2000, we lost Old School WrestleMania Celebrity Steve Allen at the age of 78 due to a ruptured blood vessel caused by chest injuries.

Steve Allen was known as a multi-talent back in the 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s & 90s, when he worked as a radio host, an actor, a musician, a writer, a composer and a comedian.

Allen was one of the creators of the original “Tonight Show” on NBC in 1954.

He was featured in a backstage segment with The Bolsheviks during the WWF WrestleMania VI pay-per-view in the Skydome of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where he was playing the piano.


December 26, 1921 – October 30, 2000

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