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'WWE Smackdown' spoilers: John Cena issues an open challenge to Wyatt Family

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The WWE taped their weekly “WWE Smackdown” television show on Tuesday night and John Cena was in action, challenging a member of The Wyatt Family. Batista was also in action against Dolph Ziggler and Paul Heyman brought out Cesaro for a big match. Here is a look at this week’s “WWE Smackdown” spoilers for the big show.

After a video promo was shown concerning Daniel Bryan’s injury, John Cena opened the show. He accepted Bray Wyatt’s challenge from “WWE Monday Night Raw” and made jokes at Wyatt’s expense. Wyatt popped up on the Titan Tron and pointed out that Cena just likes to make bad jokes. Cena challenged any member of The Wyatt Family to a match in the main event and Wyatt accepted that challenge.

That main event saw Cena come to the ring to await which Wyatt Family member he would face. All three came down, but the Usos ran in for the save. Wyatt finally chose Erick Rowan to face John Cena. The end came when Cena had Rowan trapped in the STF, causing Luke Harper to run in. The Usos made the save and Cena hit the Attitude Adjustment on Rowan for the pin.

The Usos were also in action earlier on the card. They took on Cody Rhodes and Goldust and picked up the win. After the match, Cody Rhodes flipped out and complained about the loss. He walked off without his brother once again.

Batista was also in action. Dolph Ziggler was the opponent and came out and cut a promo before the match. Batista couldn’t get a clean win and just hit a low blow for the automatic disqualification. After the match, he hit the Batista Bomb on Ziggler and then came back and did it again on the guard rails before leaving.

In other matches on the card, El Torito beat Heath Slater and Nikki Bella beat Natalya again. U.S. Champion Sheamus beat Titus O’Neil in a squash match. Santino beat Damien Sandow in less than a minute and Cesaro squashed R-Truth. Next week on “WWE Smackdown,” Bo Dallas makes his debut.

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