Something stolen and Cesaro screwed - Smackdown review 26th September

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What a night it was on Smackdown on Friday, there were two title matches, one super heavyweight clash, and an example of what we mean when we say 'classic Dean Ambrose'.

We'll start with the Lunatic Fringe shall we as he faced off against the Miz to open the show and it was an interesting match.

The match itself wasn't bad but the ending was fantastic and certainly did define the phrase 'classic Dean Ambrose'.

So who knows what will happen with the Money in the Bank briefcase now, I guess we'll have to wait until RAW to find out, but it sure is good to have the Lunatic Fringe back.

As mentioned, there were two title matches on Smackdown, but before the Intercontinental Championship match, there was a battle royal to determine the #1 contender for the title.

So with the king of the Battle Royale proving victorious once again, he moved to a title match against the new Intercontinental Champion, Dolph Ziggler.

A very physical performance by Cesaro but he wasn't able to win the title despite actually losing in controversial circumstances.

Onto the clash of the super-heavyweights and in an attempt to defend his friend Mark Henry, the Big Show took on Rusev.

Yet another of America's representatives leaves their mark on the big Russian but this time far more emphatic.

The second title match of the night was a Night of Champions rematch for the Tag Team Titles between the Usos and the team of Gold and Stardust.

So Gold and Stardust continue their decent into weirdness and hatred following a controversial win over the Usos.

There was a divas tag match as Summer Rae and Layla teamed up to take on Natalya and Rosa Mendes.


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