Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013, marked the night that the WWE had their weekly tapings for "Friday Night SmackDown" and below are the SPOILERS for the episode that will air on Oct. 25, 2013, on SyFy. Don't read any further if you don't want to know the results ahead of time.
The show kicks off with Michael Cole, who is all set to interview WWE COO, Triple H. The Game announces that six people backstage have been fired for allowing Big Show access to the video feed from Raw. He says Show will remain fired, and reiterated that Shawn Michaels will do the right thing at Hell in a Cell. Daniel Bryan comes out and tells Triple H that he will prove him wrong on Sunday.
The Usos defeated Luke Harper & Erick Rowan. The Miz came out and attacked Bray Wyatt. Rowan went after him, and the Usos took advantage with a double team on Harper.
AJ Lee defeated Nikki Bella with the Black Widow submission.
Los Matadores defeated 3MB. Zeb Colter and the Real Americans were on the entrance ramp for the match.
In a backstage segment, the Wyatt Family caught The Miz and are keeping him in a cage with the word "liar" painted on him.
Ryback and Paul Heyman defeated CM Skunk. Punk's music hit, but a local worker came out named "CM Skunk." Pretty quick squash match for Ryback. Afterward, Heyman cut a promo playing it up like they had done a great thing, and called himself the "best in the world."
Vickie Guerrero put Big E Langston in the main event match since Miz is off in a cage somewhere.
Great Khali and Fandango were supposed to have a match, but Natalya and Summer Rae went at it, and it spilled into the ring. Khali chopped Fandango, and that was it.
Daniel Bryan, Cody Rhodes, Goldust and Big E Langston defeated The Shield and Randy Orton. Orton was looking for an RKO on Bryan, but Langston took him out. Bryan caught Orton with a dropkick and picked up the win.
"WWE SmackDown" airs every Friday night on SyFy at 8:00 pm EST. The SPOILERS above are for this week's episode which will air on Oct. 25, 2013. Wrestling fans in the Orlando area can find SyFy by tuning into Direct TV channel 244.