Daniel Bryan once again feels the wrath of the Authority

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Following the dramatic events of RAW on Monday night, Daniel Bryan and Roman Reigns were once again under the spotlight on Smackdown.

Both appeared on Miz TV despite Reigns levelling Miz with a superman punch just seconds after entering the ring.

The two Fastlane opponents came face to face for the first time since Daniel Bryan beat Seth Rollins on RAW to advance to Fastlane and face Reigns.

The two showed some definite chemistry in the ring and the crowd were in a mixed scenario as they didn't quite know which one to cheer for.

The two were discussing the possibility of having their match right there and not waiting for Fastlane, but that soon got interrupted by Seth Rollins.


Rollins came out to deliver the message from the Authority that Bryan would be in a 3-on-1 handicap match against himself and J&J Security.

Daniel Bryan vs Seth Rollins and J&J Security

The main event was a fairly high paced match as Bryan and Rollins did the large majority of the fighting.

Eventually Bryan had all three men on the ropes and eventually got Joey Mercury to tap out to the Yes lock.

As Bryan attempted to escape the clutches of the Authority members, he was attacked from behind by Kane who took him back down to the ring.

Bryan would then suffer a chokeslam and a curb stomp and be left lying by the Authority with no help in sight.

Roman Reigns vs The Miz

Following Reigns taking out the Miz in their earlier segment, the Miz challenged the Royal Rumble winner to a match later in the night.

The two gave off a great match with the Miz attacking Reigns before he could even get into the ring.

Eventually Reigns would get the win after delivering the Superman punch and then the spear.

Dolph Ziggler and Ryback vs Gold and Stardust

A new tag team emerged tonight as two of the members from Team Cena at Survivor Series have seemingly combined.

Dolph Ziggler and Ryback have come together and it appears to be more than just a one night only as they took on the former tag team champions.

The newest combination looked good as they mixed the combination of strength and speed to beat Gold and Stardust.

The bizarre two's problems seemed to continue as Goldust would once again refer to his brother as Cody leading to Stardust walking out on his partner.

Dean Ambrose vs Curtis Axel

Following their altercation on RAW, Dean Ambrose and Curtis Axel went one on one and it was the Lunatic Fringe who got the win.

After the match, the Intercontinental Champion Bad News Barrett addressed the challenge from Ambrose and claimed that Ambrose was too much of a lunatic to earn an Intercontinental championship match.

Rusev vs Erick Rowan

After Rusev attacked Rowan before their match on RAW, the two were set to go at it finally on Smackdown.

Rowan gave the Bulgarian Brute a good run for his money and had him on the back foot for the majority of the match.

Eventually though Rusev got the upper hand and got Rowan locked into the accolade forcing him to tap out.

Paige vs Alicia Fox

Paige got her chance for redemption against Alicia Fox after she was left embarrassed by the attack by the Bella twins and Fox on RAW.

Paige dominated this one and showed her quality by making Alicia tap out to her submission hold the PTO as the Bellas watched from backstage.

Adam Rose vs Fandango

We finally got to see the new more aggressive side of Fandango after he apparently re-emerged a few months ago.

He was relentless against Adam Rose whose losing streak continues.

Video highlights:

Miz TV

Daniel Bryan vs Seth Rollins and J&J Security

Roman Reigns vs The Miz

Dolph Ziggler and Ryback vs Gold and Stardust

Dean Ambrose vs Curtis Axel

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