A big main event and a new alliance formed - Smackdown review 18th July

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The final Smackdown before the big Battleground Pay-Per-View featured a big main event which fused two of the biggest matches from the event together.

It began with Dean Ambrose in the ring and after he had been beaten down by Kane, Randy Orton and Seth Rollins on RAW on Monday night, he had some choice words for the Authority.

After Rollins' announcement, fans could look forward to a main event between Ambrose and Kane ahead of Sunday's big night.

According to fan reports, after Smackdown finished taping, former Shield member Roman Reigns came down to save Ambrose from the duo.

The match of the night however was the clash between Chris Jericho and Luke Harper of the Wyatt Family.

Jericho got the win but after an attack from the entire family, the Usos appeared in the ring to save the man who is going to save us.

Two recent feuds combined in a big tag team match as the Miz teamed with Fandango to take on Sheamus and Dolph Ziggler.

The Miz once again seemed a lot more concerned about not being hit in the face and it resulted in another loss for the Hollywood superstar in a match that I believe contained the winner of the upcoming Intercontinental Championship battle Royal.

The two women who will face each other for the Divas Championship at Battleground once again teamed up as Paige and AJ Lee took on Summer Rae and Layla and also got the win.

Kofi Kingston took on Alberto Del Rio - two more competitors in the Intercontinental Championship battle royal, with Del Rio coming out on top and at one point, symbolically throwing Kingston over the top rope and to the floor.

Eva Marie took on Alicia Fox with Nikki Bella as the surprise special referee which soon became not a match but an attack as the two divas turned on their official in a clearly planned move from the matriarch of the Authority, Stephanie McMahon.

The Usos continued in their role as the comic team in the WWE when a backstage segment featured a rare appearance from Hornswoggle and provided some laughs for the fans.

Goldust and Stardust provided another step into the beyond with yet another very strange promo, admittedly not their best so far but still very unique.

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