WWE SmackDown: Spoilers for September 26


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This show featured a continuation of a rivalry that started building on WWE Main Event as well as a battle royal to determine a new #1 contender for the Intercontinental Championship.

Here are the spoilers for Friday, September 26th’s WWE SmackDown, courtesy of Wrestling Inc.

"The Miz kicks off SmackDown and wants a fight with Dean Ambrose. Miz says he isn’t leaving until he gets the fight. Ambrose comes out and accepts the challenge."

"Dean Ambrose defeated The Miz with Dirty Deeds. Kan and Seth Rollins tried to provide interference during the match. After the match, they attacked Ambrose. Ambrose ran through the crowd and stole Rollins’ Money In the Bank briefcase."

"Stardust and Goldust cut a promo on the big screen about not losing to The Usos tonight."

"A battle royal to crown a new #1 contender to the Intercontinental Title is next. Participants were Bo Dallas, Jack Swagger, Los Matadores, Cesaro, Zack Ryder, Damien Sandow, Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston, Heath Slater, Titus O’Neil, Big E, Justin Gabriel and Sin Cara. The match came down to Bo, Swagger, Kofi and Cesaro. Cesaro eliminates Kofi and Swagger at the same time to win."

"The Usos vs. Stardust and Goldust is next. The Usos win by disqualification when Jimmy Uso goes to put Stardust away but Goldust nails him with the belt. This was said to be a good match. Stardust and Goldust retain."

"Backstage segment with Kane and Seth Rollins. Rollins wants to take action on Ambrose for taking his briefcase."

"Layla and Summer Rae defeated Natalya and Rosa Mendes. This was said to be a bad match with several botches."

"Cesaro vs. Dolph Ziggler for the Intercontinental Title is next. Ziggler retained the title off a roll up but it was clear that Cesaro had the ropes. Cesaro got screwed."

"Big Show defeated Rusev by disqualification. Show chokeslammed Rusev and went for the knockout punch but Lana distracted him. Rusev nailed Show with the Russian flag for the DQ. Show recovered and knocked Rusev out with the punch to end SmackDown."

A very action packed SmackDown to say the least with not one but two title matches that will likely play out again at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view next month. The Intercontinental Championship got a lot of air time, which was nice. It’s also good to see that they’re giving Cesaro another chance at a title (I assume the cheap finish means this will continue). Where this leaves the U.S. Championship remains a mystery.

Seeing Dean Ambrose steal the briefcase on Friday night should also be very entertaining. His antics on any show never fail to disappoint and this is likely something that will continue into next week’s Raw.

I’m a little disappointed with the Big Show-Rusev finish, but I guess this is a rivalry that will continue for a little while now that Mark Henry got defeated twice by the hero of the Russian Federation. They seem intent on continuing to protect Show. It just needs to mean something instead of putting him in a brief feud with the Wyatts that went nowhere and now this.

That match and two others on the card were DQ finishes. We saw two on Raw last night in the Ambrose-Kane fight and the John Cena-Randy Orton contest that left fans annoyed following the show. SmackDown may disappoint some fans yet again.

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