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Seeing as how we just came out of a WWE Battleground pay-per-view that saw The Undertaker attacking Brock Lesnar over some sh*t that happened at WrestleMania last year, followed by a pretty amazing brawl at the following Raw, You'd imagine that we'd get a few more pokes into the Taker/Lesnar storyline on this week's Smackdown, right?


We do get some development into a few key undercard matches that should bubble up at SummerSlam, as well as some random f*ckery that will fill up a two-hour window of TV time. Yay, Thursday nights.

For those of you who are dying to find out what happens to everything some of the things that aren't the money match at SummerSlam, here are the spoilers for this Thursday's WWE Smackdown, which will come to you from Lincoln, Nebraska:

  • Dean Ambrose kicks off the program with a promo, but is interrupted by Sheamus, who he then has a match with. Sheamus ends up beating Ambrose with a Brogue Kick after being distracted by Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper on the Titantron.
  • Stardust laughs at Neville during a backstage interview.
  • Neville defeats Adam Rose, which is then followed by Startdust talking sh*t about Neville.
  • King Bad News Barrett talks about being the true King of the WWE, which is true considering he won the King of the Ring tournament that meant absolutely nothing.
  • Rusev defeats Kevin Owens by countout after Owens walks out on the match; if you saw Raw, they had beef during the big six-man main event, in which Owens superkicks Rusev and walks out on their match.
  • Cesaro interrupts Owens backstage, which turned into them talking sh*t on each other and Cesaro going in on Owens for walking out on matches (although Sheamus did the exact same thing–BEFORE OWENS–during their match on Monday night).
  • The Bella Twins defeated Team BAD (Sasha Banks and Naomi). Must not have been that memorable as there are zero notes about it.
  • WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins defeated Cesaro with the Pedigree. Owens reportedly attacks Cesaro to close the show.

Well, there you have it. We're on the road to SummerSlam, and it looks like some kind of Kevin Owens/Cesaro amazingness could be on that card.

[via Wrestlezone]