SmackDown: The Bloodline on the rampage

Edwin
Edwin  - CEO June 8, 2024
Updated 2024/06/08 at 11:57 PM
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Stands tall after destroying Kevin Owens and The Street Profits

 

 

 

SmackDown Results: Quick Hits

 

Kevin Owens and The Street Profits interrupted Tonga Loa’s Bloodline anointment ceremony 

 

Bianca Belair & Jade Cargill def. Candice LeRae & Indi Hartwell 

 

 

Right from the opening bell, Alba Fyre, Isla Dawn, Shayna Baszler, and Zoey Stark made their way to ringside to view the action.

 

Hartwell and LeRae took down Belair with superb tag team offense, as Hartwell mocked Cargill with her pose.

 

When Cargill was tagged in, she dismantled Hartwell and LeRae.

 

Cargill and Belair wrapped up the non-title match with a unique tag team maneuver.

 

After the match, Fyre, Dawn, Baszler, and Stark ambushed the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions, but Belair and Cargill fended off their attackers.

 

Grayson Waller def. Johnny Gargano 

 

 

After Austin Theory’s battle with Tommaso Ciampa last week, WWE Tag Team Champion Grayson Waller took on Johnny Gargano.

 

In a thrilling back-and-forth match, Gargano hit a huge modification of a Canadian Destroyer.

 

 

With Waller taking a breather outside, The Aussie Icon used Theory as a shield as Gargano flew over the top rope.

 

As Gargano was distracted, Waller hit a flipping Unprettier to win the match.

 

 

Cody Rhodes and AJ Styles agreed to an “I Quit” Match at WWE Clash at the Castle 

 

LA Knight def. Carmelo Hayes

 

 

LA Knight squared off against Carmelo Hayes for the first time in a singles competition after the two traded verbal blows backstage in consecutive weeks.

 

Hayes had Knight scouted for most of the match but resorted to holding Knight’s tights to try for an underhanded win.

 

 

Knight, however, turned the pinfall attempt into one of his own, surprising Hayes to earn the victory.

 

 

Piper Niven vowed to put down WWE Women’s Champion Bayley in Scotland 

 

 

Kevin Owens & The Street Profits def. The Bloodline via disqualification 

 

 

Solo Sikoa, Tama Tonga, and Tonga Loa teamed together as a unified Bloodline for the first time, following Loa’s anointment ceremony earlier in the evening that was ruined by Kevin Owens and The Street Profits.

 

KO landed a huge Swanton Bomb on Sikoa, but he could only garner a two-count.

 

Just as Owens hit the Stunner on Sikoa, he was ripped out of the ring by the rest of The Bloodline, with everything breaking down until Montez Ford flew from the skies.

 

Sikoa then attacked with a steel chair, causing the disqualification.

 

 

The Bloodline viciously assaulted Kevin Owens and The Street Profits 

 

 

 

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