A partner abandoned and international fallout - Smackdown review 3rd October

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A week before Smackdown celebrates 15 years on the air, the show from Milwaukee was explosive.

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The Big Show couldn't have done a worse job at apologising to Russia

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It opened with the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena coming to the ring to call out Seth Rollins, instead, he got a lunatic.

So after that announcement came the blockbuster main event.

Clearly the team of Ambrose and Cena will need a bit of time to gel, but come Monday on RAW, who knows how these two will explode.

Following the events of RAW where the Big Show tore down the Russian flag which was hanging above the ring, the WWE was forced to issue an apology and sent Big Show out to do the same.

After saying what he had to say, he was joined by an irate Lana and Rusev.

It was a very strange segment but clearly the battle between Rusev and Big Show this Monday on RAW will be epic.

There was a big time tag-team match as the Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler once again teamed with the United States Champion Sheamus.

The two who have teamed up several times in recent weeks took on the Miz and his stunt double Damien Mizdow.

Ziggler and Sheamus appear to be becoming a formidable team but each will have their own battles to fight once again soon enough.

Speaking of formidable tag teams, the former Tag-Team champions the Usos were in action against Slater & Gator and their new companion.

The Usos teaming with a new and unique partner get the win in the end.

After a verbal altercation on the WWE App, Cesaro took on R-Truth in what proved to be a physical encounter.

We saw a darker side to AJ Lee during a match that didn't even involve her, after Paige defeated Naomi, the Divas Champion came sprinted down to the ring to inflict some swift punishment.


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