Steel chairs and an epic main event - Smackdown review 25th July

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Smackdown was an explosive event this week with a no-disqualification match that may have set the record for the number of steel chairs seen in a single match and a great main event.

But the clear starting point had to be the no-disqualification match between Cesaro and Dean Ambrose.

It was a match of ECW proportions and saw an insanely large amount of steel chairs thrown in the ring.

It was a fantastic match and built on the collision between the two from Monday's episode of RAW where Cesaro tried to act as the Authorities newest hitman.

Ambrose's former team-mate Roman Reigns was in action on Smackdown too as he starred in the exciting main event against Alberto Del Rio.

The intercontinental champion the Miz was hosting MizTV and after being joined by Bo Dallas, was interrupted by Dolph Ziggler.

That led to Dolph challenging the streak which stood at 16-BO.

He was unfortunately unable to conquer the streak but surely now the feud between the Miz and Ziggler is far from over.

In the absence of Chris Jericho, Bray Wyatt took on R-Truth and after picking up the win, had some choice words for the 'saviour'.

In the divas match, Paige made her first appearance since attacking the Divas champion and her 'friend' AJ Lee on RAW.

She took on Naomi in a very quick match after a distraction before it could even get under way.

Paige continued to skip around the ring in an AJ like manor after the match and we can only be hoping this will lead to another epic duel between the two at Summer Slam.

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