A true Smackdown legend returns and rivals face off - Smackdown review 10th October

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Smackdown celebrated its 15th birthday this week and Friday's show was packed with cameos from Smackdown legends, trips down memory lane and a few epic moments.

The show opened with Stephanie McMahon coming to the ring and helping to celebrate the show's birthday as the first ever General Manager of Smackdown.

She was joined by two big names in the history of WWE General Managers, John Laurinaitis and everyone's favourite, Teddy Long.

Long is arguably one of the most popular men in Smackdown history so it only makes sense that he would announced the massive 15 man tag team match.

With Team Teddy picking up the win in the big tag team match, it put fans in a great mood ahead of the shows climax featuring a face to face with Hell in a Cell opponents John Cena and Dean Ambrose.

Miz TV was an explosive way of ending the show and clearly the feud between Ambrose and Cena will continue to give us a lot more before we reach Hell in a Cell.

Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler took on the mite of the Bulgarian Brute Rusev in a non title match.

A dominant performance by Rusev as always as he picks up the win over Ziggler but he then had some choice words for the man who confronted him RAW this week, the Rock and the man he faces on RAW next week, the Big Show.

Mr Money in the Bank Seth Rollins was also in action against Kofi Kingston and was in his usual relentless mood in a dominating win.

After interrupting Teddy Long, John Laurinaitis and Stephanie McMahon, it was Adam Rose's turn to face the Kane in what would prove to be a historic match.

Adam Rose suffering his first loss in the WWE at the hands of the Director of Operations was just another historic moment on Smackdown's 15th birthday.

AJ Lee took on Paige's newest best friend Alicia Fox and the post match events were certainly worth a watch.


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