WWE SmackDown Live 9/24/2019 Results Coverage Highlights | Smark Out Moment

WWE SmackDown Live 9/24/2019 Results Coverage Highlights

Posted by Anthony Mango Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Tonight's episode of WWE SmackDown for September 24, 2019 is coming to you live from the Chase Center in San Francisco, CA. Follow along here for ongoing coverage of the results of the show to find out what happens as things occur and chat with fellow WWE fans in the comments below!

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  • Erick Rowan starts the show with a promo. Some people paint, some people sing, but what he does is annihilate. Might makes right and now, the whole locker room knows he's right. Daniel Bryan comes out to challenge him to a fight right now.
  • Erick Rowan defeated Daniel Bryan by pinfall. Rowan and Luke Harper were about to continue beating on Bryan after the match, but Roman Reigns made the save. Bryan then grabbed a mic and asked the fans if they wanted to see the two of them team up to kick the disrespectful asses of Rowan and Harper. "Yes!" Well, that seals the deal. Bryan is a babyface now.
  • Kofi Kingston's interview with Michael Cole is about how he feels confident he'll retain the title against Brock Lesnar next week.
  • Chad Gable cut a promo on King Baron Corbin. Mike Kanellis then interrupted. Gable quickly defeated Kanellis by submission after making him tap to an ankle lock. Elias popped up on the TitanTron to call him Shorty and sing a song about how short people have no reason to live and make more jokes.
  • Backstage, Charlotte Flair asks R-Truth if he's seen Carmella. He covers for her and says he doesn't know where she is, but she's there. Flair just wants to make sure Carmella is focused on their match tonight. Carmella says she is. R-Truth tries to woo.
  • Bayley and Sasha Banks defeated Carmella and Charlotte Flair by submission. The roster then chases after Carmella, who is dragged off by R-Truth. Banks and Bayley double-team Flair after the match. Becky Lynch comes out to make the save.
  • Shinsuke Nakamura defeated Ali by pinfall
  • The New Day defeated The B-Team by pinfall
  • Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville hand out covers of Mandy's new Maxim magazine. Otis gets a selfie with Mandy.
  • The Kabuki Warriors defeated Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville by pinfall
  • Shane McMahon tells Kevin Owens he'll either keep him in court, spending millions of dollars on appeals for years, or he can reinstate Owens on the roster and get rid of that $100,000 fine. Owens says what he really wants is to get McMahon fired and to not share a locker room in there anymore because McMahon doesn't belong there. He suggests they settle it in one final match. If McMahon wins, Owens is done and drops the lawsuit. If Owens wins, McMahon is gone and Owens gets his job back and all that jazz. Owens suggests a ladder match. McMahon says "you're on" even though the mic wasn't on properly as they're rushing to go to a Becky Lynch segment backstage where she's jumped by Sasha Banks.

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