WWE Smackdown Live Results 5/15/18

WWE Smackdown Live Results 5/15/18

WWE Smackdown Live Results 5/15/18

- AJ Styles cut a backstage promo about tonight's match against Shinsuke Nakamura. Nakamura feigned being hit with a low blow which led to Styles arguing with the referee. This distraction allowed him to connect with a reverse exploder and the Kinshasa to pick up the win. This week, Paige announced to the fans in attendance that Jeff Hardy would be wrestling The Miz in a dark match after the 205 Live taping.

In the opening contest of Smackdown Live, The New Day squared off against The Bar. She booked a triple threat match between Becky Lynch, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville.

Carmella threw a royal Mellabration and said that she is better than Charlotte, Alexa Bliss or Ronda Rousey.

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-Daniel Bryan comes out to the ring to start the show and talks about his match against Rusev where he failed to gain entrance to the Money in the Bank match before he's interrupted by Big Cass who says that he tapped out of his own accord just so he could attack Daniel. He ended by saying Bryan should stay home and let Brie Bella wear the trousers in the family. Officials were eventually able to stop the pain being inflicted by the former SmackDown GM and Cass retreated to the back with assistance. On top of all this, Andrade "Cien" Almas finally showed up on the main roster, though Sanity remain on the sidelines. Jake Constantino via pinfall: Almas was quickly and easily successful in his SmackDown debut match with the Hammerlock DDT.

Big Cass then entered the arena and claimed responsibility for Bryan's loss due to injuring him at Backlash. Paige, who did attend the ceremony, informed her that at Money In The Bank she will be facing a title defence against Asuka.

Also, WWE held a qualifying match for the men's Money in the Bank Ladder Match that saw The New Day defeat The Bar.

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