WWE SmackDown 30 June 2016 Results Winners Losers Highlights Written Updates

WWE SmackDown 30 June 2016 Results Winners Losers Highlights Written Updates :- Following the amazing episode of Monday Night RAW earlier this week the tapings for this week Smackdown are already being done as we will get to see some amazing divas action also Dean Ambrose against the current intercontinental champion The Miz and we will provide you all the exclusive details related to this in our article further.


In tonights episode of SmackDown to make it out of The Rock’s hometown in one piece, Miz would have to survive a match against the top dog in the industry, WWE champion Dean Ambrose, that was set up via this week’s edition of Miz TV.

WWE SmackDown 30 June 2016 Match Card & Results

1. Antonio Cesaro defeated Sheamus, Apollo Crews and Alberto Del Rio in a Fatal 4-Way match to determine the top contender to Rusev’s United States Championship

2. Rusev defeated Antonio Cesaro in a singles match for the united states championship

3. Dana Brooke defeated Billie Kay in a divas singles match

4. Sasha Banks defeated Summer Rae in a divas singles match

5. Dean Ambrose defeated The Miz in a singles match

WWE SmackDown 30 June 2016 Highlights

1. Furious over another loss in a string of them, The Celtic Warrior ‘Sheamus’ assaulted Antonio Cesaro after the bell.

2. Rusev, the opportunist, hit the ring and demanded the match begin immediately.

3. WWE Intercontinental champion The Miz hosted this week’s edition of Miz TV. His guest? WWE champion Dean Ambrose.

4. Miz and Ambrose exchanged barbs before a fight broke out. Miz was left standing, much to the chagrin of the WWE Universe.

5. The Wyatt Family’s Braun Strowman and Erick Rowan squashed two unnamed local competitors, much in the same way that Enzo Amore and Big Cass did Monday night.

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