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WWE SmackDown Live Results, Sept. 5, 2017

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-WWE SmackDown Live Results, Sept. 5, 2017-

Here are the Live results of WWE SmackDown:

Carmella vs. Natalya

We go to the ring and Carmella waits with her Money In the Bank briefcase while James Ellsworthis at ringside. Greg Hamilton does the introduction as SmackDown Women’s Champion Natalyamakes her way out for this non-title match.

Back and forth to start. Carmella gets the upperhand and goes for a pin. Natalya slaps her and talks some trash. Carmella slaps back. Natalya drops Carmella with a big discus clothesline. Carmella scrambles to the floor for a breather with Ellsworth. We go to commercial.

Back from the break and Carmella has Natalya grounded. Natalya fights back and mounts her with shots. Carmella slaps her. We see Naomi watching backstage. She will get her title rematch from Natalya next week. Natalya ends up slamming Carmella hard after a submission. Natalya goes for the Sharpshooter but Carmella avoids it. Natalya sends Carmella into the corner face first. Natalya runs into an elbow. Carmella with a kick to the jaw for a 2 count.

Ellsworth gives the Money In the Bank briefcase to the referee but Carmella throws a fit and says no, she’s not ready to cash in yet. Natalya takes advantage of the distraction and rolls Carmella up for the pin.

Winner: Natalya

– After the match, Natalya stands tall with her title as Ellsworth hangs his head in shame at ringside. We go to replays. Ellsworth apologizes to Carmella but she’s not happy.

Aiden English vs. Sami Zayn

Back from the break and Aiden English is in the ring starting to sing but the music quickly interrupts and out comes Sami Zayn.

Sami takes control early on and gets the upperhand. Sami goes to the top for a crossbody but English moves and Sami hits the mat. English quickly rolls Sami up for the pin to end the quick match.

Winner: Aiden English

– After the match, English resumes his song at ringside but Sami chases him to the back.

Baron Corbin vs. Tye Dillinger

We go to the ring and WWE United States Champion AJ Styles is out for commentary. Baron Corbin is out next. We see what happened last week during the US Title Open Challenge. Tye Dillinger is out next.

The bell rings and Corbin goes to ringside to talk trash to AJ. Tye takes advantage and dives through the ropes, taking Corbin out on the floor. Dillinger goes to work and unloads on Corbin. Corbin comes back into the ring but Tye follows and keeps control. Dillinger clotheslines Corbin over the top, back to the floor. Dillinger standing tall.

Corbin works Tye over in the corner, going out and coming back in with a big clothesline for a close 2 count. Dillinger ends up turning it around and stomping away in the corner as fans count along. Tye looks to put Corbin away but Corbin turns it around. They go to the floor and Corbin sends Tye into the barrier. Corbin brings it back into the ring and talks trash to AJ, who is standing at the announce table.

Corbin goes for a slam but Tye counters and rolls him up for a close 2 count. Corbin ends up nailing a cheap shot to the throat while the referee’s view was blocked. Corbin with a big shot in the corner before laughing at Tye. Corbin nails End of Days for the win.

Winner: Baron Corbin

– After the match, Corbin stares AJ down. AJ steps away from the table and talks trash to Corbin, holding the title up at him.

Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Randy Orton

We go to the ring and out first comes Shinsuke Nakamura for tonight’s main event.

First Randy Orton comes out. We see WWE Champion Jinder Mahal and The Singh Brothers watching from a skybox in the arena. The winner of this match will face Jinder at Hell In a Cell next month.

The bell rings and they size each other up. Orton goes in first as fans do dueling chants. They tangle and Orton goes for an early RKO but it’s blocked. They tangle again but Orton goes for an early draping DDT attempt. Nakamura blocks it and scrambles to the floor to regroup. Orton looks on from the ring.

Orton keeps control as Jinder and The Singh Brothers look on. Orton drops Nakamura over the top rope for a 2 count. Nakamura comes back and stuns Orton with an elbow, sending him to the floor for a breather. Orton blocks a shot and goes for a draping DDT from the apron to the floor but Nakamura sends Orton into the announce table. Orton fights back and slams Nakamura on his back on top of the table.

Orton brings it back into the ring and covers for a close 2 count. Nakamura with a knee to the gut in the middle of the ring now. Nakamura with another strike that drops Orton. Nakamura with a running boot to drop Orton again. Nakamura gets riled up and delivers kicks while Orton is on his knees. Orton catches a kick but Nakamura stuns him back into the corner. Nakamura charges into the corner and hits Orton again. Nakamura places Orton on top of the turnbuckle and delivers the high knee to the gut. Nakamura keeps control for a close 2 count.

Orton blocks the reverse exploder. Orton with more offense until Nakamura kicks him in the head. Nakamura goes to the top but Orton cuts him off and climbs up for a superplex as fans continue dueling chants. Orton nails the superplex for another close 2 count. Both are down now but Orton gets to his feet first. Nakamura gets to his knees and tells Orton to bring it. Orton goes for a kick but Nakamura catches it and drops him face first. Nakamura with big knees to Orton now. Nakamura looks for the Kinshasa but Orton counters and hits a powerslam for a close 2 count.

Fans chant “this is awesome” now. Orton hits the second rope draping DDT. Orton drops down and hits the mat now. Orton goes for the RKO but Nakamura turns it into the armbar. Nakamura tries for the triangle but Orton resists. Orton powers up and drops Nakamura for a pop. Nakamura ends up blocking another RKO attempt and hitting the Kinshasa for the pin.

Winner and New #1 Contender: Shinsuke Nakamura

– After the match, Nakamura recovers as Jinder looks on from the skybox. We go to replays. Nakamura celebrates as his music plays.

– Kevin Owens is backstage walking when Daniel Bryan approaches him. Bryan says Shane has been suspended and they can move on now. Owens says he’s just getting tarted and next week he will make SmackDown his personal playground and Daniel’s personal nightmare. Owens says legally there’s nothing Bryan or anyone can do about it. Bryan says maybe not but there is someone coming to SmackDown next week to address the whole situation – Vince McMahon. Bryan walks off.

– We go back to Nakamura celebrating his Hell In a Cell title shot. SmackDown goes off the air.

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