WWE SmackDown results (12/30) – Roman Reigns and Sami Zayn Vs. John Cena, Kevin Owens, New Women’s Champion, Drew McIntyre is back

Wyatt introduces himself, then says he doesn’t consider himself a good person even though he tries to be. He says he doesn’t regret most of the awful things he’s done to get to where he is now, but he does regret attacking the photographer last week.

LA Knight music hits and cuts Wyatt. He says that Wyatt is a “master of mind games”, but he is being manipulated by him. He says he’s more interested in Wyatt “paying one of his guys” to come to the ring dressed as Uncle Howdy, then says he used to be a powerhouse. He says he used to be his thing, but all he’s proven lately is that he’s a fraud. He says he has the drug, then says that with the “Royal Rumble” approaching, he will celebrate his opening by hitting Wyatt’s donkey.

White Knight asks who he thinks he is, then says it’s time to remind the world how cruel it can be when it feels like it. Then before the Knight Challenge.

Uncle Howdy appears on the Titan Tron, then says to “enjoy who you are” and “embrace the darkness”. He heads to the ring in an all-white outfit and slowly makes his way to the ring. He leaves his hat on the apron, then goes inside and stares at both Knight and Wyatt. He then clocks Wyatt as Knight rolls to the outside. He grabs his hat and tilts his head back.

Then we head backstage and see Sami Zayn knocking on The Bloodline’s dressing room. Paul Heyman appears and the pair embrace. Heyman asks what he can do for him and Zayn says he wants to talk strategy with Reigns. Heyman says he was just talking to Reigns and amplifying it on Reigns’ behalf. He imparts some wisdom to Zayn and Heyman says the world will admire Reigns as the crowd cheers him on. He adds that life on Relevancy Island requires one to stay three steps ahead at all times.

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After the break, The Brawling Brutes head to the ring followed by Solo Sikoa and The Usos.

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