WWE SmackDown Live Results 11/04/17 – Superstar Shakeup!

smackdown live results 11/04/17

WWE SmackDown Live Results 11/04/17 – Superstar Shakeup!

Less than one week after the events of WrestleMania 33, a Superstars Shakeup continues to rock the foundations of RAW and SmackDown Live. But which members of the RAW roster have now a home on SmackDown Live? What does this mean for the champions of SmackDown Live? What does it mean for the future of SmackDown Live? This weeks edition of SmackDown Live came from the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. Here is the WWE SmackDown Live Results 11/04/17…

— The show opened with Kevin Owens coming to the ring, and officially welcoming everyone to the “New Kevin Owens Show”. He then challenged anyone, which was answered by Baron Corbin who stated he is still owed a title match. Sami Zayn was then revealed as the next superstar to be moved to SmackDown Live, whereas AJ Styles was staying. SmackDown Live GM Daniel Bryan then revealed that Owens will still defend his championship at Payback. However, he was making a Number 1 Contenders match between AJ Styles, Baron Corbin and Sami Zayn for later in the show.

1. Non-Title Match: Randy Orton defeated Erick Rowan via Disqualification

2. WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match: The Usos (c) defeated American Alpha

— Afterwards, the Shining Stars appeared and attacked American Alpha, showing their move to SmackDown Live.

3. Mojo Rawley defeated Jinder Mahal.

— Mahal announced his arrival to SmackDown Live and challenged Rawley before SmackDown Live went on the air. Rob Gronkowski was once again at ringside for this match. Mahal threatened to get in his face once again, but Mojo was able to handle business. He was able to take out Mahal and let Gronk throw a beer in his face as payback for WrestleMania 33. Rawley hit a running punch and got the pinfall victory, then celebrated in the stands with the Gronkowskis.

— Shane McMahon introduced the SmackDown Live women’s division and announced the two new members of that division, Tamina and Charlotte Flair.

4. Tye Dillinger defeated Aiden English

— Dolph Ziggler came to the ring complaining about how fans were getting shiny new toys in the Superstar Shake-Up, but this is still the brand that he built. He said when the shine wears off, he’ll still be there, doing what he does better than anyone else. He was interrupted by Shinsuke Nakamura. Ziggler said he doesn’t even know who Nakamura is. Nakamura introduced himself. Ziggler tried to superkick him, but Nakamura caught his leg and dumped him, then challenged him to bring it on. Ziggler opted to take his leave.

5. United States Championship No. 1 Contender Match: AJ Styles defeated Sami Zayn and Baron Corbin

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