Smackdown: The Usos defeated The Street Profits

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Smackdown: The Usos defeated The Street Profits

Happy Talk! Happy Corbin and Madcap Moss start telling little funny jokes but are interrupted by an equally annoying thing: Rick Boogs' guitar. Rick introduces Shinsuke Nakamura and the two take a lap around the ring, then return to the entrance ramp.

At one point the guitarist changes theme, starting with the only one that doesn't make sense to play with an electric guitar and introducing Street Profits. Ok. - SmackDown Tag Team Championship Street Fight match: The Usos vs The Street Profits.

It's a spectacular and very balanced match, but the Draft, unfortunately, makes it obvious. In Montez Ford's Frog Splash From Heavens finale about Jimmy and ... 1 ... 2 ... NO! Jey drags him out and throws him over to the comment table.

With Montez out of the picture for a while, Angelo Dawkins does what he can, but falls victim to the Samoan twins' Double Dropkick and Double Splash combo.

The Usos took control of the match

Happy Corbin and Madcap Moss came out to have some fun on WWE’s Supersized SmackDown.

The two men cracked "jokes" before Rick Boogs and Shinsuke Nakamura came out. The two men introduced The Street Profits, who were ready for a special Street Fight for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship against The Usos.

The Usos keep the titles! - SmackDown Women's Contendership match: Becky Lynch vs Sasha Banks. Bianca Belair takes a seat at the comment table and is very interested, as if Sasha wins, she will be added to the Crown Jewel titled match.

In the end, the fight moves out of the ring and Becky involuntarily hits Belair, but she doesn't seem so sorry. You go back to the square and ... BANK STATEMENT! Becky hardly reaches the ropes and the referee then blocks the Boss, but in the meantime, Bianca takes advantage and tries to hit the female champion.

Becky moves in time, but lets herself be distracted ... SASHA'S BACKSTABBER! .. 1 ... 2 ... 3! At Crown Jewel, we will have a Triple Threat match! Jimmy Uso returned to WWE after almost a year of absence last month on SmackDown.

However, he was not happy with the way Roman was treating his twin brother. After a few weeks of tension, Jimmy Uso finally acknowledged Roman Reigns as The Head of the Table. On the July 9 edition of SmackDown, Jey returned to SmackDown after three weeks of absence. The Bloodline was reunited once again.