Top 10 – The Best Moments Of SmackDown Live 8-8-17

SmackDown Live brought a new edition this August 8 , definitely marking its way to the biggest event of the summer while some rivalries materialized and the cycle of Jinder Mahal and Randy Orton came to an end. Now WWE shares us through its official YouTube channel which, according to its criteria, were the best moments of the blue show.

Let’s go with the list:

10 – Tye Dillinger fails to throw on The Usos, but Sami Zayn triumphs on his suicide cap on the twins.
9 – Lana slaps Charlotte and this makes him pay with a big boot followed by Figure 8, with which he wins.
8- Fandango returns with the power to see the future, and unmasks Arn Anderson as the one who destroyed Tully … Blanchard, not the horse.
7- The Usos submit to Tye Dillinger with Tequila Sunrise and win in their fight of pairs.
6 – James Ellsworth returns to push Naomi from the ropes and give the victory to Carmella.
5 – Daniel Bryan announces that at SummerSlam “Mr. Money in the Bank “Baron Corbin will face John Cena.
4- The New Day make their return with a sneak attack on The Usos, but the Samoans flee before they use chairs against them.
3- About to receive the Khallas, Randy Orton takes an RKO out of nowhere and finally gets a win against Jinder Mahal.
2- Kevin Owens plays with the mind of Shane McMahon and AJ Styles and, after forming a dispute, Phenomenal One ends up kicking the commissioner.
1- Randy Orton celebrates his victory in the star of the night, but is surprised by a sidekick of Rusev to close the program.
Although Randy Orton’s victory was his first over Jinder Mahal since his meteoric triumph, Rusev finally took the lead in a matter of seconds. However, those who occupied more positions in the list were The Usos, as much for its fight against the pair of Canadians as for the later attack.

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

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