Friday Night SmackDown Results courtesy of WWE.com this week.
Friday Night SmackDown results, Dec. 6, 2019: The Big Dog shows his teeth en route to WWE TLC against King Corbin
On the final Friday Night SmackDown before WWE TLC, an “unchained” Roman Reigns lays waste to everyone in sight as he prepares to battle King Corbin in a Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match. Plus, the characters of the Firefly Fun House come out to play with The Miz’s daughter, Monroe.
Kofi Kingston delivers a royal slap to King Corbin
Prior to his Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match against Roman Reigns at WWE TLC, King Corbin and his royal subject Dolph Ziggler stepped in the ring to gloat about humiliating The Big Dog one week ago by handcuffing him and smearing dog food all over him and to expound on the greatness of his kingdom.
SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day took exception to their words and when Corbin insulted Kofi Kingston by trying to reduce his achievements to nothing more than “luck,” the former WWE Champion delivered a slap of clarity to the smug monarch. In response, Corbin issued a cautionary warning that if Kofi wanted to step up like Reigns did then he would be humiliated the same way that The Big Dog was.
Two weeks after Alexa Bliss returned to help her friend Nikki Cross repel the two-on-one assault from Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville, and one week after Rose attempted retribution by ripping out Bliss’ eye lashes, Fire & Desire delivered a pre-match sneak attack on the former WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions.
Despite this early assault, Bliss and Cross recovered in their subsequent tag team match, with The Goddess of WWE running interference and paving the way for her partner to hit the Neckbreaker for the victory.
The Revival def. Mustafa Ali & Shorty G
Before facing The New Day in a Ladder Match for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship this Sunday at WWE TLC, The Revival overcame Mustafa Ali & Shorty G in an extremely hard-fought, fast-paced match by hitting the Shatter Machine out of nowhere on Ali as he was coming off the ropes.
After Dana Brooke laughed at Elias’ musical ridicule of Bayley backstage, the SmackDown Women’s Champion challenged Dana to meet her in the ring.
Despite the efforts of her powerful foe, Bayley ultimately reigned supreme, taking out Dana’s knee before ramming her into the canvas face-first for the definitive three-count.
Firefly Fun with the Mizanins
After Bray Wyatt targeted Miz’s family last week, Renee Young sat down with The A-Lister in his Los Angeles home to talk about the reasons he has taken an interest in the welfare of Daniel Bryan, the changes that he has gone through in his life and his state of mind heading into his matchup against the Universal Champion at WWE TLC.
However, the interview was suddenly interrupted when a screaming Maryse looked at the baby monitor and saw the horrifying sight of their daughter Monroe playing with the felt friends of Firefly Fun House. When they ran to her room, they found her with a doll that was wearing a Friend-Like mask.
Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro def. Heavy Machinery
After being offended by Otis’ gift of meat, Sami Zayn challenged Heavy Machinery to a match against his fellow artists Intercontinental Champion Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro.
In the final moments of the match that followed, interference by Zayn allowed Cesaro to dump Otis out of the ring. Although Tucker returned the favor, Nakamura made him pay for it with Kinshasa for the win.
Kofi Kingston vs. King Corbin ends in a No Contest
After King Corbin & Dolph Ziggler’s boasting about humiliating Roman Reigns last week led to a confrontation with The New Day and Corbin insulting Kofi Kingston, a slap by the former WWE Champion incited a clash between him and the royal competitor on Friday Night SmackDown’s main event.
Before the match could be decided, however, Dolph Ziggler’s ejection for interference lit the fuse on an all-out brawl between all four Superstars. As a result of the bedlam, Big E picked up a mic and demanded that the matchup be restarted as a tag team showdown between all involved.
The New Day def. King Corbin & Dolph Ziggler
Following the chaos in Kofi Kingston’s one-on-one match against King Corbin, The New Day battled King Corbin & Dolph Ziggler in an impromptu tag team match.
But, at the height of the action, Corbin & Ziggler introduced handcuffs and got their team disqualified as they prepared to subject Kingston to the same humiliation that Roman Reigns suffered last week. Seizing the opportunity, The Revival soon joined in to completely neutralize Big E.
Before Kofi could be covered in dog food, however, Reigns suddenly emerged and proceeded to lay waste to everything in sight.
When the numbers looked like they were taking their toll and the ladders came out, The Big Dog turned the tables in epic fashion. He hurled Ziggler off the top of the rungs and through the announce table in order to send a strong message to King Corbin that he is coming for him this Sunday at WWE TLC.