WWE SmackDown results, recap, grades: Jey Uso recognizes Roman Reigns as...

For the first time since WWE hell in a pay-per-view cell, SmackDown returned to the air and Jey Uso was forced to face his consequences for losing to Roman Reigns in their “I Quit” match.

Uso had been warned by Reigns before their game that if Uso couldn’t beat him to win the World Cup, there would be dire consequences. It aired during SmackDown, and Reigns gave Uso one last chance to recognize him as the family’s “leader”. Uso’s initial opposition to the idea at the beginning of the show sparked a spectacular show of violence when the broadcast went off the air.

CBS Sports was with you all night bringing you highlights and recaps of the whole night. Read on for everything you need to know about the Fallout edition of SmackDown from Hell in a Cell.

Jey Uso eventually recognizes Roman Reigns

Reigns and Uso opened the show in the ring, with Uso immediately telling Reigns that Reigns hadn’t beaten him in Hell in a Cell. He was simply using “the one person” who could get him to quit when the Champion Jey’s brother Jimmy was choked in a guillotine and refused to release the hold. Reigns reminded Uso again of the consequences of his loss, that he had to queue up or be kicked out of his family, and stressed that every member of the extended family supports him as champion and “championship leader”. Uso stopped crying and yelled, “I hate you,” repeatedly, but Reigns simply explained that Uso had until the end of the night to queue.

Survivor Series Qualifier – Jey Uso def. Daniel Bryan über Pinfall after a Uso Splash. Uso fought angry early on, clearly emotional from his situation with Reigns. After a Bryan comeback, Reigns’ music hit and the universal champion made his way to the ring. The action went on and back and forth, and Bryan eventually joined the LeBell Lock before Uso could escape. Uso hit a super kick and Uso splash shortly after to take the win. After the match, the rule rose into the ring and Uso said, “You’re the head of the table, okay? I’m with you. ”Reigns then turned and stared at Bryan. Uso delivered another superkick and splash to demonstrate his commitment to Reigns by repeating, “I get it now. I love you, too. ”Reigns pointed to Bryan and said,“ Let him understand, ”so Uso pulled Bryan out of the ring and continued hitting him, before knocking him out through an announcement table with a splash from the top rope. Uso kept hitting Bryan when the show went off the air.

The drama in this story threatened to get even closer after the match “Hell in a Cell”. Uso’s “understanding” – and the subsequent attack on Bryan – withdrew it. Instead of continuing the pushing and pulling between Reigns and Uso, Uso snapped and went over the edge with his cousin. And there are few more personable characters who can put an end to Uso’s blows than Bryan. Note: B +

Aalyah Mysterio and Murphy are in love

At the beginning of the show, Aalyah Mysterio was shown talking to Murphy backstage and explaining that her mother was very “open” about the two of them, but Rey and Dominik refused to talk about the situation at all. Murphy said he would officially apologize to the ring later that night.

Murphy would try to make that excuse eventually. He said he understood why the Mysterios despise him, but as a man he had to apologize face to face. He invited them to the ring and asked to apologize, but instead it was Seth Rollins who appeared backstage. Rollins said Rey and Dominik would never accept Murphy’s apology or any relationship he had with Aalyah. Rollins then said that if the Mysterios don’t accept him, he will. And he will accept Aalyah too. Dominik attacked Rollins from behind, Murphy pulled him off and attacked Rollins himself. After Rollins ran away, Dominik and Murphy argued until Rey came in too. Aalyah stopped Rey from hitting a 619 on Murphy and refused to leave the ring, stating that she loves Murphy. Murphy and Aalyah then kissed as Dominik and Rey left the ring.

It’s strange to see this story play out after the Speaking Out movement. Yes, both Aalyah and Murphy are “legal” adults, but Aalyah turned 19 in August while Murphy is 13 years her senior. It’s just a nasty thing to work with some kind of star-crossed-lover story in an era when allegations of inappropriate relationships – including those between veterans and young wrestlers and personalities based on broken power dynamics – take center stage stood. Coupled with these issues, the issues between Rollins, Murphy, and the Mysterios feel like they ran out of steam months ago, and I believe there is no more juice here to squeeze. Note: C-

What Else Happened at WWE SmackDown?

  • Survivor Series Qualifier – Kevin Owens def. Dolph Ziggler über Pinfall after a stunner. Robert Roode got involved out there early and got a cheap shot at Owens. However, the referee started and threw Roode off the ring. On the track, Owens countered a Ziggler super kick with his own before settling on a pop-up power bomb, but Ziggler countered a near fall in a nice exchange for a Fameasser. In the end, Owens was able to hit the stunner to take the win and secure a spot on Team SmackDown.
  • Lars Sullivan was interviewed by Corey Graves. Sullivan struggled with being called “a freak” and remembered making fun of himself in his youth before crying and making the same kids scream 20 minutes later. Now he wants to make the world his personal playground – and personal hell on earth.
  • Survivor Series Qualifier – Bianca Belair def. Billie Kay and Natalya on pinfall after meeting Kay with the kiss of death. The match took place when the three women went up against Adam Pearce backstage, claiming they were supposed to lead the Survivor Series women’s team. Pearce told them they could sort things out in the ring, with the winner getting a place on the team. After a brief match with some wild swings, Belair Kay ended with the kiss of death.
  • Die Street Profits def. Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro über Pinfall when Montez Ford hit Nakamura with a frog splash. Before the game, the Profits made a promo for Survivor Series opponents, The New Day, and promised to claim victory in their battle between champions and champions.
  • Sasha Banks did a promo for Bayley after beating them for the SmackDown Women’s Championship at Hell in a Cell. Banks said that when Bayley turned her on, she realized that it wasn’t her team that was unstoppable, it was her. Bayley cut the promo, pointing out that everyone knows Banks can win a championship, but she never got hold of one. Eventually, Bayley threw down the challenge for a title rematch at next week’s SmackDown.


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