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WWE SmackDown Live Results – March 6, 2018

WWE SmackDown Live
March 6, 2018
Resch Center
Green Bay, Wisconsin

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Charlotte Flair, The Riott Squad and Bobby Roode In-Ring Segment: 

The beautiful Dasha Fuentes was about to interview Charlotte and Ruby Riott. Ruby tells Dasha to get out of the ring. Ruby’s issues with Charlotte started on November 14, 2017 when Charlotte became the SmackDown Live Women’s Champion. All her life, Charlotte has been set up for success. Charlotte was the perfect woman. She’s tall, blonde, athletic, cunning, and the daughter of a Two tTme WWE Hall of Famer. Ruby goes over Charlotte’s accomplishments.

There was a myth that started to form. Charlotte Flair being the personification of the Women’s Revolution. That’s why two weeks after Charlotte won the title, Ruby formed The Riott Squad, with one sole purpose. To destroy the myth. Charlotte says the only myth that exists about her is that anything has been handed to her. Charlotte had to work harder because of her last name. She has an immense amount of weight and expectations on her shoulders. Charlotte has to be transcendent.

Her accomplishments transcended any myths about her. Whether Charlotte was placed there or not, she’s on a pedestal. That is all on the line on Sunday at Fastlane. When Rub takes her crown, Charlotte will no longer be the Queen. Her reality is going to crumble and Charlotte will just be another beach blonde failure with a famous last name. Charlotte was about to brawl with The Riott Squad, but her mixed match challenged partner, Bobby Roode arrives to The Resch Center. 

First Match: Jinder Mahal w/Sunil Singh vs. Randy Orton 

Bobby Roode joins the commentary team for this match. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Jinder applies a wrist lock. Orton reverses the hold. Jinder decks Orton with a Back Elbow Smash. Jinder applies a side headlock. Jinder drops Orton with a shoulder tackle. Orton responds with a back elbow strike of his own. Jinder kicks Orton in the gut. Jinder delivers multiple bodyshots to Orton. Orton goes for the RKO, but Jinder rolls himself out of the ring. Roode starts laughing at Jinder.

Jinder is trying to regain his composure on the outside. Orton with multiple haymakers to Jinder. Orton follows that with two uppercuts. Orton drives Jinder’s head to the canvas. Orton connects with The Garvin Stomp. Orton launches Jinder to the corner. Jinder creates distance with a Back Elbow Smash. Jinder repeatedly stomps on Orton’s chest. Jinder SuperKicks Orton for a two count. Jinder lands a series of SlingShot Knee Drops. Following a snap mare takeover, Jinder dropkicks the back of Orton for a two count. Jinder applies a Half Nelson Chin Lock.

Coming out of the commercial break, Orton gets back to a vertical base. Orton kicks Jinder in the chest. Jinder responds with a Jumping Knee Strike for a two count. Jinder follows that with a Running Knee Drop. Jinder with a clubbing crossface to Orton. Orton ducks a clothesline from Jinder. Orton regains momentum with a Belly to Back Suplex. Orton fires up with two lariats. Orton PowerSlams Jinder. Orton goes for a IEDDT, but Jinder blocks it. Orton connects with a Fallaway Slam.

Orton is wearing down Jinder with clubbing uppercuts. Orton levels Jinder with a BackBreaker. Jinder rolls himself out of the ring. Orton dumps Sunil Singh back first on the announce table. Jinder attacks Orton from behind. Orton sends Jinder crashing into Bobby Roode. Orton drops Jinder with the IEDDT. Orton goes for The RKO, but Roode hops on the ring apron to distract the referee. Jinder shoves Orton into Roode. Jinder plants Orton with The Khallas to pickup the victory.

Winner: Jinder Mahal via Pinfall 

Shinsuke Nakamura & Rusev Backstage Interview: 

Second Match: Becky Lynch vs. Carmella 

Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Becky backs Carmella into the ropes. Carmella kicks Becky in the gut. Carmella sends Becky to the ring apron. Becky creates distance with a Forearm Smash. Becky rams her shoulders into the midsection of Carmella. Carmella connects with a HandStand FrankenSteiner. Carmella transitions into a ground and pound attack. Carmella with the lateral press for a two count. Carmella is ramming Becky’s face across the canvas. Carmella kicks Becky in the back. Becky fires back with clubbing bodyshots. Becky goes for The DisArmHer, but Carmella blocks it.

Carmella also avoids a SpringBoard Side Kick from Becky. Carmella slaps Becky in the face. Carmella gets Becky trapped in the Hanging Figure Four Leg Lock. Carmella starts tugging at Becky’s hair. Naomi is watching the match from the backstage area. Carmella decks Becky with a Running Knee Strike for a two count. Carmella repeatedly throws Becky back first to the ringside barricade. Carmella repeatedly stomps on Becky’s chest. Carmella whips Becky face first to the steel ring post for a two count. Carmella is yelling at Mike Chioda.

Carmella is driving her elbow to the chest of Becky. Carmella applies a rear chin lock. Becky gets back to a vertical base. Becky drops Carmella with a Leg Lariat. Carmella and Becky are trading back and forth shots. Carmella SuperKicks Becky for a two count. Carmella is showing her frustration. Becky hits The BexPloder Suplex. Carmella responds with a Thrust Kick. Becky floats over into The DisArmHer which forces Carmella to tap out.

Winner: Becky Lynch via Submission 

AJ Styles & Dolph Ziggler In-Ring Segment:

It wasn’t long ago when AJ Styles only cared about himself.  After winning the WWE Championship for the second time, he sees the world a little differently. It’s a grind to get here. The grind continues two years later.  Styles doesn’t have to get pinned to lose this title at Fastlane. What a surprise, the odds are stacked against him. Styles won’t be complaining because life is not fair. Styles is going to fight. This is Smackdown, The House That, AJ Styles built.  No matter how much we train or how hard we try, life gets the best of us. Sometimes we don’t win. Last week, John Cena pinned him clean in the middle of the ring.

Styles didn’t need more motivation. We see a clip of John Cena’s promo from last nights RAW. Styles understands where Cena is coming from. However, Styles wants his WrestleMania moment. Taking the most prestigious title in the business to WrestleMania. He wants to fight Shinsuke Nakamura by himself. Who would’ve dreamed of this match ever happening in the WWE? Styles is not just fighting for himself, he’s fighting for The WWE Universe. It will be nothing short of phenomenal.

Dolph Ziggler comes out to interrupt Styles. Ziggler calls Styles desperate. This is coming from a man who’s been in the company for 12 years and has never truly reached his potential. Ziggler says that it took Styles a decade to get into the company he help built. Styles will lose at Fastlane. It’s not the numbers, it’s because Styles head is in the wrong place. Ziggler calls the WWE Universe backstabbers. Ziggler was told to his face that he would never be champion.

Every time the mat was pulled from him, he kept fighting and then he became the World Heavyweight Champion. Ziggler celebrated that moment with the WWE Universe, but they didn’t deserve it. These people did what they have always done. They sat on the sidelines and did nothing. Ziggler proved every night that he’s the best whether the people in the back like it or not. The fact that he’s never had one singles match at WrestleMania is criminal. Styles can take his WrestleMania dream match and shove it. Styles will be facing Ziggler on the other side of the break. 

Third Match: AJ Styles vs. Dolph Ziggler

Ziggler goes for a SuperKick, but Styles blocks it. Styles kicks Ziggler in the gut. Styles goes for a Styles Clash, but Ziggler rolls himself out of the ring. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Ziggler applies an arm-bar. Styles transitions into a waist lock. Styles floats over into a front face lock. We have a stale mate in the center of the ring. Styles applies a waist lock. Ziggler decks Styles with a Back Elbow Smash. Ziggler delivers a straight right hand. Ziggler with a cradle cover for a two count. Styles responds with a waist lock takedown. Styles applies a rear chin lock. Following a snap mare takeover, Ziggler dropkicks Styles. Ziggler bounces Styles head on the top turnbuckle. Ziggler with a Leaping Elbow Drop for a one count. Ziggler gets Styles trapped in the Sleeper Hold.

Ziggler transitions into a side headlock. Styles creates distance with multiple bodyshots. Styles leapfrogs over Ziggler. Styles dropkicks Ziggler. Ziggler is trying to regain his stamina on the outside. Styles kicks Ziggler in the chest. Styles clocks Ziggler with a SlingShot Forearm Smash. Styles rolls Ziggler back into the ring. Styles bounces Ziggler’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. Styles levels Ziggler with a Back Breaker for a two count. Styles delivers a clubbing blow to the back of Ziggler. Following a snap mare takeover, Styles dishes out a Running Knee Drop. Ziggler knocks Styles off the ring apron.

Coming out of the commercial break, Styles gets back in the ring at the count of seven. Ziggler rams Styles face across the top rope. Styles fires up with a series of knife edge chops. Ziggler responds with a Back Body Drop for a two count. Ziggler with a clubbing crossface to Styles. Styles regains momentum with The Phenomenal Blitz. Styles with a Basement Forearm Smash to Ziggler. Styles follows that with a Corner Clothesline. Styles goes for a Ushigoroshi, but Ziggler lands back on his feet. Ziggler kicks the left knee of Styles. Ziggler connects with The Famouser for a two count. Ziggler and Styles are trading back and forth shots.

Ziggler kicks Styles in the gut. Ziggler clotheslines Styles. Ziggler goes for a SlingShot Vertical Suplex, but Styles blocks it. Ziggler dumps Styles back first on the ring apron. Ziggler catapults Styles into the steel ring post. Ziggler has Styles perched on the top turnbuckle. Ziggler goes for a Styles Clash, but Styles counters with a Calf Crusher. Ziggler blocks a SuperKick from Styles. Ziggler with a Draping Zig Zag for a two count. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn storms into the ring to cause the disqualification. After the match, Zayn is mauling Ziggler on the bottom rope. Styles and Ziggler starts firing back with a series of haymakers. Shane McMahon appears on the stage. Up next we have a Fatal Five Way Match pitting five members of the Six Pack Challenge at Fastlane in the spirit of opportunity.

Match Result: No Contest 

Fourth Match: AJ Styles vs. Baron Corbin vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Sami Zayn vs. Kevin Owens in a Fatal Five Way Match 

A pier six brawl breaks out in the ringside area. Corbin throws Owens back first to the ringside barricade. Zayn punches Styles. Corbin repeatedly whips Zayn into the barricade. Corbin rolls Zayn back into the ring. Corbin repeatedly stomps on Zayn’s chest in the corner. Corbin with a Forearm Smash to Styles. Owens attacks Corbin from behind. Corbin levels Ziggler with multiple haymakers. Corbin whips Styles sternum first into the turnbuckles. Corbin connects with a Biel Throw. Ziggler lowers the top rope which sends Corbin crashing to the outside. Zayn with a ground and pound attack to Corbin on the floor.

Zayn and Owens sends Corbin shoulder first to the steel ring steps. Owens is putting the boots to Styles in the corner. Styles is busted open. Zayn clotheslines Ziggler. Owens follows that with a Running Senton for a two count. Owens is choking Ziggler with his boot. Ziggler delivers a Wrecking Ball Dropkick. Zayn drop toe holds Styles into another Senton from Owens for a two count. Owens is mauling Styles in the center of the ring. Owens and Zayn are hugging it out. Owens kicks Styles out of the ring. Corbin with a Forearm Smash to Owens. Corbin follows that with a Big Boot to Zayn. Owens responds with a SuperKick. Ziggler drops Owens with a Famouser. Zayn continues the sequence with a Big Boot. Zayn goes for a Helluva Kick, but Styles counters with a Pele Kick.

Coming out of the commercial break, Owens and Corbin connects with a Tower of Doom. Corbin fires up with two Body Avalanches. Ziggler responds with a series of Stinger Splashes. Corbin kicks Zayn in the jaw. Zayn shoves Ziggler into Corbin. Zayn with a Blue Thunder Bomb for a two count. Zayn throws Styles out of the ring. Owens with a German Suplex to Ziggler. Owens sends Corbin crashing shoulder first into the steel post. Owens follows that with a Running Cannonball Strike. Owens lands a Middle Rope Elbow Drop for a two count. Owens launches Styles over the top rope.

Corbin goes for The End of Days, but Ziggler counters with The Zig Zag. Zayn slaps Ziggler in the chest. Zayn goes for a Mexican Arm-Drag, but Ziggler counters with a SuperKick for a two count. Styles rams his shoulders into the midsection of Corbin. Corbin lays out Styles in mid-air with a forearm smash. Ziggler goes for a SuperKick, but Corbin counters with a ChokeSlam Back Breaker. Owens kicks Corbin in the face. Corbin responds with The Deep Six for a two count. Styles decks Corbin with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Styles clotheslines Corbin over the top rope. Styles SuperKicks Ziggler. Styles with a Flying Reverse DDT to Zayn. Styles follows that with a Sliding Knee Strike from the apron. Owens sends Styles crashing to the outside. Zayn drops Owens with a Helluva Kick to pickup the victory.

Winner: Sami Zayn via Pinfall 

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