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Top 10 – The best Moments Of SmackDown Live 1-8-17

With a great poster announced, SmackDown Live brought a new edition this Tuesday August 1st and the result was all that was promised and more. The blue show advanced by leaps and bounds on its way to SummerSlam and offered three big matches. Now WWE shares us through its official YouTube channel which, according to its criteria, were the best moments of the week.

Let’s go with the list:

10- Carmella steals the relief to Natalya and tries to subdue Naomi with Code of Silence, but ends up surrendering to the FTG.
9- The Uses imitate the entrance of The New Day and launch an entertaining promo against the SmackDown Couples Champions.
8- Aiden English manages to defeat Sami Zayn, something that Mike and Maria Kanellis enjoy a great way.
7- After a great meeting, Rusev knocks out Chad Gable with a sidekick and submits him to the Accolade.
6 – AJ Styles throws ringside with a tremendous Phenomenal Forearm for Kevin Owens.
5- After having a strange dream style Twin Peaks, Tyler Breeze believes he has discovered the mystery behind the disappearance of Fandango.
4- After a terrible count of referee Mike Chioda, temporarily blinded, AJ Styles retains the United States Championship although Kevin Owens’ shoulder was clearly raised.
3- Randy Orton offers to be Rusev’s opponent at SummerSlam and seals the encounter with an RKO.
2 – After his unfair defeat, Shane McMahon offers Kevin Owens a rematch at SummerSlam, and Daniel Bryan decides Shane to be the special referee.
1 – After an explosion with an ugly fall and Kinshasa, Shinsuke Nakamura defeats John Cena and becomes an official challenger to the WWE Championship at SummerSlam.
A lot of things happened on the blue show, so much so that only Styles and Owens were able to repeat their place on the list, while many other entertaining moments were left out, mainly the magnificent maneuvers that Chad Gable showed in the ring. No doubt, Nakamura’s victory over Cena took the lead, being the most important moment of his WWE career.

What do you think? What was your favorite moment of the past SmackDown?

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