Smackdown: Ricochet and Ridge Holland competed

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Smackdown: Ricochet and Ridge Holland competed

Backstage Sami Zayn asks Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville for a match for the Intercontinental Title and gets it, in two weeks. Shortly after, Natalya asks for a Dungeon Style match against Aliyah and she too is satisfied. In any case, they grant whatever is asked of them.

- Intercontinental Championship Contender's match: Shinsuke Nakamura vs Jinder Mahal. Ricochet and Ridge Holland competed in a one-on-one match on WWE SmackDown. The two had some quick exchanges before Ricochet picked up a surprise victory over The Bothercauser.

After a break, Sheamus demanded a tag team match with Holland against Ricochet and his partner, Cesaro. Holland took out Ricochet at ringside, and Cesaro was left to fight on his own.

Ricochet and Ridge Holland competed in a one-on-one match

The Bothercauser put away Cesaro with the Northern Grit for a big win.

It’s no secret that Cesaro, Ricochet, and Sheamus are the top mid-carders on the brand. Ridge Holland has been getting a great rub working with the three men. WWE now needs to book a major match between the two teams before pushing one into the tag team championship picture.

While backflips are common, the King did this with next to no spring. Sitting with his legs crossed, there was no way he could have been able to pull it off. However, he proved to us once again that he is King Ricochet for a reason.

Most stunt experts can admit without a doubt that such a move is not common and takes years of training. His speciality lies in the fact that he jumps from one place to the other and flips everywhere. When he gets in the zone, Ricochet is unstoppable.

He can do anything and be anywhere. He has gained a lot of crowd backing ever since his recurring appearances against the Hurt Business. The storyline against Cedric Alexander and the rest of the faction has seen him consistently compete on Monday Night Raw.

The show’s main event saw Ronda Rousey pick her opponent for WrestleMania. The Royal Rumble winner intervened as Charlotte Flair was joined by Sonya Deville in the ring.