WWE SmackDown Live Results (9/3/19): Andrade Cien Almas vs. Chad Gable

WWE SmackDown Live
September 3, 2019
Norfolk Scope
Norfolk, Virginia

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Transcription by Josh Lopez

WWE Clash Of Champions 2019 Match Card 

– The Finals Of The 2019 WWE King Of The Ring Tournament

– Drew Gulak (c) vs. Humberto Carrillo For The WWE Cruiserweight Championship

– Shinsuke Nakamura (c) w/Sami Zayn vs. The Miz For The WWE Intercontinental Championship

– The New Day (c) vs. The Revival For The WWE SmackDown Live Tag Team Championship

– Bayley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair For The WWE SmackDown Live Women’s Championship

– Seth Rollins & Braun Strowman (c) vs. Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler For The WWE Raw Tag Team Championship

– Roman Reigns vs. Erick Rowan

– Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Randy Orton For The WWE Championship

– Becky Lynch (c) vs. Sasha Banks For The WWE Raw Women’s Championship

– Seth Rollins (c) vs. Braun Strowman For The WWE Universal Championship

Bayley, Charlotte Flair, and Sasha Banks In-Ring Segment

Bayley doesn’t get it. This is confusing. Everybody has something to say about what went down last night. They didn’t see it coming. What didn’t you see coming? Her friendship with Sasha Banks? Bayley’s sense of responsibility to the one person who had her back. Through every struggle and triumph on the road to being champion? Sasha is her best friend. Bayley is trying to show you what type of champion she is. She’s trying to pick everyone up. Think about the kids. Ever since Bayley started doing all of this, she was a fan. Now she’s in this ring as the hero and role model. She is trying to show your kids what it’s like to be loyal. That’s why she couldn’t turn her back on Sasha when things got rough.

Bayley is doing everything she can to put the SmackDown Women’s Division on the map. The WWE Universe deserves a champion with the same amount of attention as Becky Lynch. Bayley will be that champion for a long time. That will happen at Clash of Champions when she beats the most selfish person on the roster, Charlotte Flair. Charlotte doesn’t know what it’s like to be a role model. The Queen walks down to the ring. Charlotte’s selfish? Really? No, Charlotte is the queen of selfishness. Bayley can say whatever she wants about Charlotte. A lot of people say things about her.

Whether you like Charlotte or not, what you see is what you get.  There’s no confusion, there is no blindsiding, and there’s especially no hugging. Charlotte wants Bayley to hug that title real tight before Clash of Champions. Sasha Banks appears on the stage. Charlotte with a forearm smash to Bayley. Charlotte drops Bayley with The Big Boot. Sasha attacks Charlotte from behind. Charlotte transitions into a ground and pound attack. The numbers game catches up to Charlotte. Bayley and Sasha delivers multiple chair shots to close the segment.

First Match: Elias vs. Mustafa Ali in a Quarter-Final Round Match In The 2019 WWE King Of The Ring Tournament 

Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Elias applies a wrist lock. Ali reverses the hold. Ali runs around Elias. Elias goes for a PowerSlam, but Ali lands back on his feet. Ali unloads a knife edge chop. Elias launches Ali to the corner. Ali dives over Elias. Ali ducks a clothesline from Elias. Elias drops down on the canvas. Ali shows off his athleticism. Ali rolls Elias over for a one count. Ali with a double leg takedown for a one count. Ali drops Elias with a Spinning Heel Kick. Elias heads to the outside. Elias catches Ali in mid-air. Elias drives Ali back first into the LED Board. Elias throws Ali into the diamond plate. Elias drives Ali face first into the ringside barricade. Elias with a Hip Toss on the floor. Elias launches Ali into the time keepers area.

Elias with clubbing bodyshots. Elias repeatedly stomps on Ali’s chest. Elias with a forearm smash. Elias with a Back Body Drop for a two count. Elias has complete control of the match. Elias bounces Ali’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. Elias sends Ali across the ring. Elias dumps Ali chest first on the canvas for a two count. Ali with two gut punches. Elias responds with an Inside Out Lariat for a two count. Elias applies a rear chin lock. Ali gets back to a vertical base. Ali dropkicks Elias. Ali with two forearm smashes. Elias whips Ali to the corner. Ali side steps Elias into the turnbuckles. Ali with a High Head Kick. Ali hits The Roll Through X-Factor for a two count.

Ali lands The Suicide Dive. Ali rolls Elias back into the ring. Ali ascends to the top turnbuckle. Elias with a knife edge chop. Ali HeadButts Elias. Ali with a SpringBoard 450 Splash. Ali floats over into The CrossFace. Elias crawls to the bottom rope to create separation. Elias drop toe holds Ali into the middle turnbuckle pad. Elias gets Ali in the electric chair position. Elias with The SitOut PowerBomb for a two count. Elias locks in The Stretch Muffler. Ali refuses to quit. Elias stomps on Ali’s back. Elias drives the left knee of Ali into the steel ring post. Ali SuperKicks Elias in mid-air. Ali goes for The 450 Splash, but Elias ducks out of the way. Ali repeatedly kicks Elias in the face. Elias avoids The Step Up Enzuigiri. Elias with a vicious knee drop. Elias plants Ali with The Drift Away to pickup the victory.

Winner: Elias via Pinfall 

Samoa Joe Backstage Interview 

Second Match: Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross vs. Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville 

Cross and Rose will start things off. Rose flaunts her perfect body. Cross with forearm shivers. Rose reverses out of the irish whip from Cross. Cross with a Tilt-A-Whirl HeadScissors TakeOver. Cross levels Rose with a Body Avalanche. Cross follows that with a Running Bulldog for a one count. Cross is distracted by Deville. Rose delivers a big haymaker. Rose repeatedly stomps on Cross chest. Rose tags in Deville. Deville is mauling Cross in the corner. Fire and Desire starts cutting the ring in half.

Cross knocks Deville off the ring apron. Cross HeadButts the midsection of Rose. Cross dropkicks Rose. Cross is fired up. Cross with a Flying Crossbody Block. Deville stops Cross in her tracks. Deville drags Cross to the corner. Deville tags in Rose. Rose paint brushes Cross. Rose says that Cross will never look like her. Bliss says that nobody wants to look like Rose. Rose tells Bliss to shut up. Cross decks Rose with a JawBreaker. Cross avoids The Pump Knee Strike. Bliss and Deville are tagged in.

Bliss with two clotheslines. Bliss drops Deville with The STO. Bliss follows that with a double knee drop. Bliss slaps Deville in the face. Bliss with a big haymaker for a two count. Rose kicks Cross in the gut. Rose goes for Angel Wings, but Cross blocks it. Cross with a Diving Crossbody Block. Deville unloads a flurry of kicks. Deville goes for The Samoan Drop, but Bliss counters with a DDT. Cross applies the sleeper hold. Rose drives Cross back first into the LED Board. Bliss goes for The Twisted Bliss, but Deville gets her knees up in the air. Deville tags in Rose. Fire and Desire plants Bliss with their Pump Knee Strike/Leg Sweep Combination to pickup the victory.

Winner: Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville via Pinfall 

– Samoa Joe makes fun of Chad Gable in the backstage area.

Randy Orton, Kofi Kingston and The Revival In-Ring Segment

Clash of Champions is two weeks away and that means in two weeks, we will have a new WWE Champion. Randy Orton will show everyone that Kofi Kingston is a fraud. He was never on his level. Orton laid a trap last week for Kofi and he fell for it hook, line, and sinker. The best thing about last week was that sweet sound of Kofi Kingston’s skull bouncing off the floor. For weeks and weeks, Orton has decimated The New Day and destroyed this power of positivity crap. If you don’t believe the words coming out of his mouth, then take a look at this. Quick video package. Orton wants to tell Kofi what’s on his mind. No more games and traps or waiting until Clash of Champions.

Let’s do this right now. Come face him like a real man. Kofi once again walks into The Revival’s trap. Kofi is swinging at everything that moves. Kofi throws Scott Dawson into the ringside barricade. Kofi tees off on Wilder. Orton attacks Kofi from behind. Orton rolls Kofi back into the ring. Orton repeatedly calls Kofi stupid while delivering The Garvin Stomp. At Clash Of Champions, Orton is going to destroy Kofi in front of his family with three most destructive letters in sports entertainment, RKO. Kofi kicks Orton in the gut. Kofi transitions into a ground and pound attack. Revival gets in the way. The Revival and Orton plants Kofi with The Super RKO.

Third Match: Andrade Cien Almas w/Zelina Vega vs. Chad Gable in a Quarter-Final Round Match In The 2019 WWE King Of The Ring Tournament

Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Almas backs Gable into the ropes. Gable ducks a clothesline from Almas. Gable with a waist lock takedown. Almas responds with a back elbow smash. Almas applies a wrist lock. Gable rolls Almas over for a two count. Almas kicks Gable in the gut. Almas with clubbing blows to Gable’s back. Almas goes for a PowerBomb, but Gable counters with an arm-drag takeover. Gable with a monkey flip. Almas dumps Gable out of the ring. Almas throws Gable into the ringside barricade. Almas takes control of the match during the commercial break. Almas dropkicks the back of Gable’s head for a two count.

Almas applies a side headlock. Gable with shots to the midsection of Almas. Almas pulls Gable down to the mat. Almas with a knife edge chop. Almas goes for a Belly to Back Suplex, but Gable lands back on his feet. Gable with an OverHead Belly to Belly Suplex into the turnbuckles. Forearm Exchange. Almas with a knife edge chop. Gable delivers his combination offense. Gable thrust kicks the midsection of Almas. Gable with a Rolling Kick. Gable follows that with a Rolling NeckBreaker. Gable is fired up. Gable with a Wrist Clutch ChickenWing Suplex for a two count. Almas negates The Roll Through German Suplex. Almas drops Gable with The Big Boot. Gable responds with an open palm strike.

Gable goes for The SuperPlex, but Almas blocks it. Almas gets Gable tied in the tree of woe. Almas with a Flying Double Foot Stomp for a two count. Almas is displaying his frustration. Standing Switch Exchange. Almas kicks Gable in the gut. Almas goes for The Three Amigos, but Gable counters with Two German Suplex’s. Almas decks Gable with a back elbow smash. Almas with a Snap Vertical Suplex. Almas goes for The Double MoonSault, but Gable gets his knees up in the air. Gable lands The MoonSault for a two count. Almas throws Gable into the turnbuckles. Gable dodges The ShotGun Meteora. Gable connects with The Roll Through German Suplex. The referee is distracted by Zelina Vega. Almas drills Gable with The Discus Elbow Smash. Almas goes for The HammerLock DDT, but Gable rolls him over to pickup the victory.

Winner: Chad Gable via Pinfall 

Fourth Match: Aleister Black vs. Shelton Benjamin 

Benjamin drives his knee into the midsection of Black. Black ducks a clothesline from Benjamin. Benjamin avoids The Quebrada. Black is trying to play mind games with Benjamin. Black goes for The Black Mass, but Benjamin ducks out of the way. Black drops Benjamin with a Pump Knee Strike. Black with a straight right hand. Black rolls Benjamin back into the ring. Benjamin knocks Black off the ring apron. Black decks Benjamin with a back elbow smash. Black with Two Mid-Kicks. Benjamin with Muay Thai Knee Strikes. Black blocks a punch from Benjamin. Black delivers his combination offense. Black connects with The Black Mass to pickup the victory.

Winner: Aleister Black via Pinfall 

Fifth Match: Shinsuke Nakamura w/Sami Zayn vs. Andrew Howard 

Zayn will be providing ringside commentary during this match. We’ll be getting a taste of what will happen to The Miz at Clash Of Champions. Zayn tells the referee to ring the bell. Nakamura drives his knee into the midsection of Howard. Nakamura with a forearm smash. Nakamura unloads Two Mid-Kicks. Quick Forearm Exchange. Nakamura is pissed. Nakamura with Muay Thai Knee Strikes. Nakamura delivers Bad Vibrations. Nakamura puts Howard on the top turnbuckle. Nakamura with a Top Rope Knee Smash. Nakamura connects with The Kinshasa to pickup the victory.

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura via Pinfall 

WWE 24/7 Championship Segment 

Daniel Bryan, Erick Rowan, and Roman Reigns In-Ring Segment

It finally looks like we have a group of people who believe in Daniel Bryan. Bryan knows how it looks to everyone else. They have video footage of Rowan attacking Roman Reigns and people think he’s guilty by association. Bryan has said this entire time that he had nothing to do with it. Here’s the thing. There are a lot of people who might not like Daniel Bryan and what he says. Nobody can say that he’s a liar. Bryan has never lied to any of you. They are right, he hates liars. Bryan is demanding an apology from Roman Reigns, not just for accusing him of what he didn’t do, or for spearing him. He wants an apology from Roman for calling him a liar.

Roman Reigns appears on the stage. Erick Rowan attacks Reigns from behind. Rowan throws Reigns into the ringside barricade. Rowan sends Reigns crashing into the ringside barricade. Rowan dumps Reigns face first on the ring apron. Rowan shoves Bryan. Rowan PowerBombs Reigns into the steel ring post. Rowan rolls Reigns back into the ring. Rowan connects with The Iron Claw. If you think Bryan did this, the joke is on you. Rowan says hello to his buddy.

Bryan is worse than everybody else. You think you can control Rowan? Rowan is nobody’s puppet. Bryan slapped him over and over last week. Why don’t Bryan step in the ring and slap him again? Rowan is proud of his actions. He is more proud of the pain Roman is going to feel at Clash of Champions. Rowan dumps Reigns out of the ring. Rowan drills Reigns with the steel ring steps. Rowan clears the announce table. Bryan slaps Rowan in the face. Rowan puts Bryan through the announce table with The Iron Claw to close the show.

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Author: Josh Lopez