The card opened with the world champion Alberto Del Rio in action as he took on Damien Sandow. The two got into it before the match started, and Del Rio ended up picking up the win with the cross arm breaker submission.
The United States Championship was on the line next as Antonio Cesaro defended his belt against The Miz in a two-out-of-three falls match. Cesaro needed the win, after losing in a short match to Randy Orton on "WWE Monday Night Raw," and he did not leave disappointed. Despite The Miz's push, Cesaro won and held onto his U.S. title by beating The Miz two falls to one.
Since "WWE Smackdown" was taped in Oklahoma City, Jim Ross made an appearance. In his segment, he interviewed Zeb Colter and Jack Swagger. Jim Ross mentioned how Swagger is an Oklahoma Sooner, but Swagger talked down OU and then Ross and Colter got into an argument. Swagger knocked off Ross' hat and Alberto Del Rio ran in for the save.
The next match was a non-title rematch from "WWE Monday Night Raw." Team Hell No took on The Prime Time Players, and the PTP actually picked up the win, to even their series up. In this match, Kane was blindfolded and Daniel Bryan had one hand tied behind his back. Titus O'Neal rolled Bryan up for the pin.
In the next match, Sin Cara beat Heath Slater. After that, Fandango was supposed to make his in-ring debut, but decided to leave since Matt Striker couldn't pronounce Fandango.
In the main event, Big Show was supposed to fight Randy Orton, but The Shield showed up. Sheamus ran down to help and Big Show ended up knocking out Roman Reigns, sending The Shield running. After The Shield left, Big Show choke slammed Orton and then Sheamus hit his Brogue kick on Big Show to end the show.
"WWE Smackdown" airs on Friday nights at 8 p.m. EST.
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