WWE Friday Night Smackdown! 9/10/10

WWE open, video recapping recent goings on, Smackdown open, pyro and ballyhoo.  Todd Grisham and Matt Striker are the announcers.  Tony Chimel is the ring announcer.  Tonight, The Undertaker takes on CM Punk!

The Undertaker appears in the ring and cuts a promo about Kane.  He wants a No Holds Barred Match at Night of Champions.  CM Punk comes out.  He mockingly puts Taker over, then says Kane will take him out at the PPV.  They banter for a while about who has more power and stuff.  Undertaker says Punk will Rest In Peace.  They’ll meet TONIGHT!

Jack Swagger vs. Montel Vontavious Porter.  They show the stupid segment from last week with Swagger’s daddy.  Swagger takes MVP down and hits him with some cross faces.  MVP comes back and hits a float over suplex into ground & pound punches.  MVP knocks Swagger out of the ring.  Back inside, MVP goes for Rolling Germans.  Swagger counters the third, but gets taken down with a drop toe hold.  MVP hits a running knee to the back of Swagger’s head for 2.  Swagger hits a lariat and gets back on offense.  Insta-commercials.  MVP fights back, but gets mowed down with a big boot.  Swagger goes for the springboard Vader Bomb, but MVP gets his knees up.  MVP hits the corner Yakuza kick for 2.  MVP hits a flapjack and some clotheslines, then a knee facebuster and the Ballin’ elbow.  MVP gets ready to go for the finish, but Swagger bails.  MVP follows and Swagger dropkicks the steps into his knees.  Swagger rams MVP’s leg into the post.  Back inside, Swagger takes out the leg again and locks in the ankle lock for the win (5:39 shown).  Fine match.

WWE Women’s Champion Layla and Michelle McCool are obnoxious while Kaval looks on.  His face says “I’m so sick of these broads.”  They argue about who will face Melina at Night of Champions.  He basically tells them to shut it and they make fun of his stern face and deep voice.

Next, the history of the Kane/Undertaker feud.  That could take the rest of the show.


As threatened, they show a Kane/Undertaker history package.

Tonight, Undertaker vs. Punk!

Matt Hardy is in action NEXT!

Tony Chimel introduces Alberto Del Rio’s personal ring announcer, Ricardo Rodriguez.  Del Rio makes his entrance as they show the segment from last week where Christian interrupted his fiesta.

Alberto Del Rio vs. Matt Hardy.  They lock up.  Hardy backs Del Rio into the corner.  The referee gets between them and Del Rio cheap shots Hardy’s injured ankle.  Hardy hits a bulldog headlock for 2.  Hardy side steps Del Rio, who sails to the ropes to the floor.  Hardy slides through the ropes with a dropkick.  Hardy rams Del Rio’s head into the apron, then rolls him back into the ring.  Del Rio lands an enzuigiri that knocks Hardy off the apron.  Insta-commercials.  Del Rio cranks on a rear chin lock.  Whoda thunk it?  Del Rio works Hardy over.  Del Rio hits a spinebuster for 2, then goes back to the rear chin lock.  Hardy gets a sunset flip for 2.  Del Rio drops him with a clothesline for 2.  Del Rio hits a body slam for 2.  Back again to the rear chin lock.  Hardy fights back and hits the Side Effect for 2.  Del Rio blocks a bulldog and kicks Hardy in the midsection.  Hardy hits a Final Cut for 2.  Hardy slams Del Rio and hits a moonsault press for 2.  Del Rio counters the Twist of Fate and shoves Hardy into the turnbuckles.  Del Rio goes up top, but Hardy cuts him off.  They fight on top.  Del Rio pulls Hardy down across the top rope by his arm.  Del Rio throws Hardy’s shoulder into the post, then locks in the Minoru Special for the win (7:53 shown).  Good little match.  Del Rio wants to further injure Hardy, but Christian runs down to run him off.  Del Rio says Christian will pay for this.

The same fucking long Legendary video package they’ve wasted my time with on every fucking show this week.

Undertaker vs. Punk TONIGHT!

Drew McIntyre vs. Kaval.  They lock up.  Striker mentions Kaval as having a “low key” demeanor.  Heh.  Kaval lands a hard kick.  McIntyre tries to beat him up, but Kaval gets the advantage with his educated feet.  Kaval lands a hard slap and tries to springboard, but McIntyre knocks him to the floor.  McIntyre suplexes Kaval onto the ring apron.  Back inside, cover gets 2.  McIntyre applies a neck and shoulder hold.  McIntyre goes for a suplex, but Kaval knees his way free and lands some kicks.  McIntyre elevates Kaval,who balances himself on the top rope and lands a diving kick for 2.  Kaval goes up top, but McIntyre bails.  Kaval goes for a rana off the apron, but McIntyre catches him and powerbombs him into the barricade.  Back inside, McIntyre hits the Future Shock for the pin in 3:57.  Great little TV match.  Kaval looked awesome here.  Kaval sells it like death.  Layla and McCool come out to help him to the back.

Cody Rhodes gives grooming tips about facials.  LOL.

Vickie Guerrero comes out to be obnoxious.  She makes her NXT rookie, Kaitlyn, introduce her.  Vickie then introduces Dolph Ziggler.

WWE Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler & Chavo Guerrero Jr. (w/ Vickie Guerrero & Kaitlyn) vs. Kofi Kingston & Chris Masters.  Ziggler will face Kofi for the title at the PPV and can lose the title by DQ or count-out.  Ziggler tries to take Masters down, but Masters overpowers him.  Masters hits a press slam for 2.  Chavo tags in.  Masters immediately goes for the Master Lock, but Chavo gets to the ropes.  Masters decks Ziggler on the apron.  Chavo decks Masters to get the advantage.  Ziggler tags back in to work over Masters.  Masters kicks free of Ziggler and takes in Kofi, who runs wild on Ziggler.  Grisham pisses me off again by not knowing what a Superman punch is.  Kofi does the corner punches, then gets kicked in the face.  Double clothesline spot.  Chavo tags in, but the idiot ref didn’t see it even though they’re the heels.  Kofi hits Ziggler with the Trouble In Paradise for the pin in 2:47.  Good little match while it lasted.  I think that’s the first time I’ve ever seen a ref being out of position fuck the heels.

Undertaker vs. Punk TONIGHT!

Grisham and Striker hype the Night of Champions card.

The Big Show pretends to be Josh Matthews and interviews himself.  Kelly Kelly shows up and makes fun of him for being silly.  Matthews shows up looking for his microphone.  Show makes Kelly smell his armpit.  Silly segment.

The Straight Edge Society come out… but Punk sends Gallows and Mercury to the back.  What was the point of them coming out, then?

CM Punk vs. The Undertaker.  Punk is cocky, thinking Undertaker isn’t what he used to be.  Punk lands some leg kicks.  Undertaker drops him with a big right hand.  Taker works Punk’s arm.  Leg drop to the arm gets 2.  Taker keeps putting the pressure on Punk’s arm.  He goes for Old School, but falls and crotches himself on the top rope.  Punk dropkicks Taker off the apron.  Insta-commercials.  Punk beats up Taker’s arm and asks “How do you like it?”  Punk applies a figure-four headscissors and grinds his elbow into Taker’s head.  Punk starts throwing elbows and Taker escapes.  Punk knocks Taker out of the ring again.  Punk drives Taker into the barricade.  Taker fights back and knocks Punk down and an elbow smash.  Taker hits the apron leg drop, which I always pop for.  Back inside, Punk avoids Taker in the corner and hits a dropkick for 2.  Punk works the arm again.  Punk lands some MMA elbows for 2, then applies a rear chin lock.  Taker hits a backdrop suplex to escape.  Punk avoids an elbow drop and hits the running knee to the corner and the bulldog for 2.  They trade strikes.  Taker gets the better of it.  Taker hits Snake Eyes and goes for the running boot, but Punk drops him with a kick.  Punk goes for the springboard lariat, but Taker catches him and hits the chokeslam for 2.  Taker goes for the Tombstone.  Punk counters and hits the Go 2 Sleep.  Punk crawls over for the cover, but Taker catches him in the Hell’s Gate for the submission win (11:23 shown).  Awesome match.  As Taker celebrates, Kane’s music plays and Kane laughs.  I’m so sick of that laugh.

Fucking awesome show this week.  No bad matches and an awesome main event.  There were a few stupid things, but nothing bad enough to take away from the show.

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