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Randy's Revenge Ruined by Rusev

            John Cena kicked off this week's episode of SmackDown Live by giving props to Shinsuke Nakamura after last Tuesday's encounter and admitting he now understands why fans chant for him.Mr. Money in the Bank Baron Corbin interrupted the proceedings, sporting new theme music and a bad attitude.He reminded Cena that he does what he wants when he wants. Cena responded by referring to him as a dumpster fire, inspired by a sign in the crowd, and he challenged Corbin to come to the ring and get put through another table, as he was after last week's physical confrontation.Corbin declined, telling Cena to shove his respect and that the 16-time champion is not worth his time.General manager Daniel Bryan appeared and announced Cena vs. Corbin for SummerSlam.
        Tye Dillinger and Sami Zayn defeated Mike Kanellis and Aiden English two weeks ago. They reunited Tuesday to battle former SmackDown tag team champions The Usos.It worked out early as they stunned Jimmy and Jey heading into the break.Zayn withstood a beating during the break and made the hot tag to Dillinger, who exploded into the match like a ball of energy.The action broke down and Zayn was wiped out at ringside following a stiff shot to the jaw. Back in the ring, Dillinger came off the top rope but rolled through when his opponent dodged the attack. The Perfect 10 would attempt the Tye Breaker, but one of his opponents blasted him with a kick.An assault on the NXT export's knee led to a half Boston crab for the tap out victory. After the match, The Usos took the microphone and cut a promo on new tag team champions The New Day, mocking them in the process. While Big E's voice exploded over the PA system, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods attacked from behind.Before the champions could unload on their rivals, The Usos fled to safety, closing out the segment.
      Determined to prove she belongs, Lana squared off with Charlotte Flair in singles competition Tuesday.Frustration and anger proved her downfall as she slapped The Queen following a series of taunts and was met with a big boot to the face for her troubles.The Figure Eight followed and Lana tapped out.
          One week after Kevin Owens lost to United States champion AJ Styles in controversial fashion, the rivals met in the ring for a verbal confrontation, with SmackDown Live commissioner Shane McMahon at the center of their spat.Owens continued to sell his frustration over the loss from last week, to which Styles responded by challenging him to a match on Tuesday night.Owens backed off, getting cheap heat by running down the fans in Canada and saying he would rather win the title in America.A brawl between the two broke out, ending with Styles inadvertently catching McMahon with a Pele Kick. McMahon was visibly furious as he looked up at the current titleholder.
                SmackDown women's champion Naomi may have a showdown with Natalya at SummerSlam, but Carmella was the opposition Tuesday.Miss Money in the Bank wore her opponent down, keeping her grounded and working on her neck, negating her athleticism in the process.Naomi fought back, blasting Carmella with a series of kicks and a jawbreaker. As she continued to build momentum for herself, the reinstated James Ellsworth hit the ring and shoved her off the top rope. Carmella caught the champion with a big superkick and scored a pinfall for the non-title victory.
                   As if you had not already seen Randy Orton and Jinder Mahal wrestle enough over the last three months, the two bitter rivals battled in a special Grudge match.Orton took the fight to The Modern Day Maharaja, pummeling him at ringside. The action spilled to the commentary position, where The Viper set Mahal up for an RKO on to the announce table but was shoved off and into the timekeeper's area.Mahal gained control of the match, dominating the middle portion, while Shinsuke Nakamura watched from backstage.Late in the match, Orton gained control with a fallaway slam and a snap power slam. At every turn, Orton countered the Khallas. The final time was most important as Orton caught him with an RKO for the clean pinfall victory.After the match, Orton made his way up the ramp and just as it appeared as though the show was going off the air, Rusev caught him with a nasty superkick that left him floored.

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