3/29 WWE SmackDown Results

3/29 WWE SmackDown Results

3/29 WWE SmackDown Results – Corey Graves welcomes us to this week’s show and hypes the road to WrestleMania XL winding down. We see a shot of Uncasville, CT. as he talks about what transpired with The Rock’s bloody attack of Cody Rhodes on WWE Raw this week.

We see footage of the segment and then shoot live backstage where we see Solo Sikoa. Jimmy Uso and Paul Heyman walk up to him and the three begin walking together. We see Bianca Belair arriving to the building for her match against Dakota Kai later tonight. We also see Kai and Damage CTRL entering the building.

Randy Orton & Kevin Owens vs. Pretty Deadly

We shoot live inside the Mohegan Sun Arena for the first time as the camera pans the jam-packed house in Uncasville, CT. where we hear the familiar sounds of Randy Orton’s theme music. Out comes “The Viper” to kick things off on this week’s show.

Graves is joined by Wade Barrett on commentary as Orton makes his way to the ring for our opening contest here on the second-to-last episode of WWE SmackDown heading into WrestleMania XL. He settles inside the squared circle to a big pop and his music dies down. The theme for his tag-team partner for this opener hits.

Kevin Owens makes his way out and the crowd goes bonkers as “The Prize Fighter” heads to the ring to join Orton for scheduled tag-team action. The theme for their opponents hits and out comes the Pretty Deadly duo of Kit Wilson and Elton Prince.

The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. Owens immediately takes it to Wilson as the two kick things off for their respective teams. He hits a big spot and goes for an early cover, but Wilson just barely kicks out and makes the tag. Fans chant “Randy! Randy!” upon seeing the tag, and Owens obliges, bringing in “The Viper.”

Orton does the ten punch spot on Prince in the corner as the fans count along with each shot that lands. On the floor, we see Wilson and Prince double-teaming Orton and slamming him on the commentary desk as we shift gears and head into a mid-match commercial break as the action continues.

When we return from the break, we see Pretty Deadly are still in control of the offense. Wilson has him in a sleeper hold. Orton suplexes his way out of it and makes the tag. Wilson does as well. The crowd explodes as Owens takes the hot tag and enters the ring like a madman, taking it to Prince with fast-paced, high-impact offense.

Owens decks Prince and heads to the top-rope. Wilson stops him but Owens gets rid of him and leaps for a senton, but lands on Prince’s raised knees due to the slight delay. On the floor, Orton is about to put Wilson through the cleared off commentary desk, but Prince makes the save. Meanwhile, Logan Paul hits the ring and KOs Owens, leading to Prince scoring the follow-up cover for the win.

Winners: Pretty Deadly

After the match, Orton yells at Owens and asks him what happens. However, he gets an answer when a video showing what Paul just did begins playing on the Titan Tron. Orton hops out of the ring and looks under the apron to find Paul. He fires off right hands on him, then sends his face bouncing off the barricade and gets him on top of the announce desk. He fires off right hands on him, but Pretty Deadly begins going after Orton and beating him down. Owens comes to Orton’s aid and lands a Stunner on Prince. Orton then delivers an RKO to Wilson, and stares down Paul on the outside. He chases him to the back through the crowd, and Owens meets them up on the ramp. Paul keeps running, and steals a car before he drives off.

We go to commercial.

– When we return from the break, it is announced that Friday, April 5, 2024 at 5e/2p, there will be a WrestleMania XL Live Kickoff stream on Peacock and all WWE social platforms, and that one week from tomorrow and Sunday from 5-7pm EST. will be the Countdown To WrestleMania XL special.

The latter will be held at the Pepsi Plaza at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA., featuring special hosts Michael Cole, Pat McAfee, CM Punk, Big E., Jackie Redmond and Wade Barrett.

Bayley Delivers Savage Beatdown Of IYO SKY

From there, we head to a special video package with WWE Women’s Champion IYO SKY talking in a studio setting about her WrestleMania XL title defense against former fellow Damage CTRL member Bayley. At the end of it, Bayley ambushes her and attacks her savagely, beating her down with lights and equipment.

Jade Cargill Makes Her Debut As Member Of SmackDown Roster

When we return inside the arena, SmackDown General Manager Nick Aldis is in the ring. He talks about his goal of making SmackDown the best brand in the world and says his signing of the talent he’s about to introduce at this time helps him quite a bit in making that a reality.

With that said, he introduces Jade Cargill. The lights go down and off and then her theme hits. Some cool spotlights flash on the entrance way and out comes the former longtime AEW TBS Women’s Champion to make her first appearance since signing on the dotted line to join the blue brand.

Cargill stops on the way to the ring to sign an autograph for a little kid. She enters the ring and does a pose and then her music dies down. She gets on the mic and says it’s about time. She then makes it clear that the SmackDown women’s division is the best on the planet, but she’s even better.


We see Kayla Braxton standing by with Dakota Kai, who has Asuka and Kairi Sane standing behind her. She is asked about Bayley’s attack of IYO SKY and assures Braxton that Bayley will get dealt with at WrestleMania XL. She also vows to beat Bianca Belair later tonight. We head to another commercial break.


When we return from the break, we see SmackDown G.M. Aldis walking backstage when he is stopped by Isla Dawn and Alba Fyre. They babble about literally nonsense and run off. Aldis continues to walk and is approached by AJ Styles. He assures Styles that LA Knight is not here tonight. Styles says you should have told him.

Six Pack Ladder Match Qualifier
Austin Theory & Grayson Waller vs. The Street Profits

As we return inside Mohegan Sun Arena, we see Austin Theory and Grayson Waller finishing up their ring entrance for our next match of the evening. We shoot backstage to Bobby Lashley giving The Street Profits duo of Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins a pre-match pep talk.

Back inside the arena, the theme for The Street Profits hits and out comes Ford and Dawkins. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. Waller and Ford kick things off for their respective teams. Waller jumps into the early offensive lead. The Profits take over and hit a big double-team spot on the floor.

On that note, we shift gears and head into a mid-match commercial break as this high-stakes tag-team tilt continues.

When we return, as the Profits are close to wrapping this one up, they are distracted by the big screen in the background, which shows Bobby Lashley and B-Fab laid out in the back. Karrion Kross is shown taunting them.

Meanwhile, from behind, we see Theory pull off the pin fall to give his team the victory. With the win, Austin Theory and Grayson Waller are headed to WrestleMania XL. After the match, AOP hits the ring and beats down the Profits. Lashley tries running down, but AOP and Kross beat him down as well. The Final Testament stands tall to end the post-match scene.

Winners and QUALIFYING for Six Pack Challenge Ladder Match: Austin Theory & Grayson Waller

Santos Escobar Thanks Dominik Mysterio

Back live, we see Legado Del Fantasma make their way out and head to the ring. Graves and Barrett inform us that Santos Escobar will thank “Dirty” Dominik Mysterio when we return. On that note, we head to another commercial break.

When we return, a commercial airs promoting the 2024 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony airing immediately after WWE Friday Night SmackDown next Friday night, April 5, 2024. In the ring, Santos gloats that it only took one call to someone who hates Rey as much as him to get the win over him last week.

With that said, the theme for Dom-Dom hits and out comes The Judgment Day member. Santos thanks Dom for his help last week and tells him he was right about his father all along.

Rey Mysterio’s music hits, and he makes his way down to the ring along with the rest of LWO. Rey tells Dominik he thought he was done fighting him, but Escobar dragged him into the issues between LWO and Legado Del Fantasma. He says it’s a divine intervention that the two men he hates the most are in front of him because he can beat some respect into them both, then challenges Dominik and Escobar to a tag team match at WrestleMania with a partner of his choosing. Dominik asks which of the “dorks” from LWO will be Rey’s tag team partner, and Rey says it will be the newest member of LWO: Dragon Lee.

Lee’s music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. Zelina Vega and Elektra Lopez then get in one another’s faces, and Lopez mocks Vega. Vega slaps Lopez, leading to the two stables brawling with one another. Carlito and Dominik brawl in the center of the ring as Rey dumps Escobar to the outside. Dominik looks to dial it up for the 619 on Rey, but Carlito sends Dominik crashing out of the ring and Lee delivers a senton off the top rope to level Legado Del Fantasma on the outside. 


We then head backstage and see Naomi wish Bianca Belair good luck on her upcoming match with Dakota Kai later tonight. The two then make up about their argument over Bayley last week. 


When we return from a break, we see Rhea Ripley upset with The Judgment Day backstage. She didn’t know about Dom’s plans to go out there a moment ago. He walks up and apologizes and then says he needs to go to the hospital. Ripley and Damian Priest exchange not-so-kind words to end the segment.

Six Pack Ladder Match Qualifier
Legado Del Fantasma vs. New Catch Republic

Now we head back inside the arena, where a beaten up Legado Del Fantasma from the previous segment is recovered and waiting on the arrival of their opponents for our second of two Six Pack Challenge Ladder Match Qualifying bouts for tonight’s show.

With that said, the theme for New Catch Republic hits and out comes the duo of Tyler Bate and Pete Dunne. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. We see Legado Del Fantasma jump into the early offensive lead, however “The Big Strong Boi” helps the New Catch Republic start to take over.

After we see Bate leap off the shoulders of Dunne on the ropes in the corner for a big splash on Legado Del Fantasma on the floor at ringside, we shift gears and head into a mid-match commercial break as this high stakes tag-team tilt continues.

Back from the break, Bate tags in and gets Berto up on his soldiers. Berto tags out to Angel, and Angel helps out Berto. Berto then powerbombs Bate, and Angelo follows it up with a springboard moonsault. Berto sits Bate on the top rope, then tags in Angel. Angel and Berto send Bate crashing off the top rope and Angel goes for a pin, but Dunne breaks the fall. Dunne and Berto then begin brawling, but Angel takes out Dunne. Bate lands a strike on Berto, then tags in Bate. New Catch Republic then delivers the Birmingham Hammer for the win.

Winner: New Catch Republic

– We head over to a video showing what happened in the closing moments of Monday’s episode of “Raw”.


We then shoot to Paul Heyman in the locker room of The Bloodline. He reveals that The Rock did that per orders of “The Tribal Chief” Roman Reigns. Jimmy Uso says per orders of “The Tribal Chief,” Jey Uso isn’t making it to WrestleMania. Solo Sikoa says per orders of “The Tribal Chief,” he’s taking him out next week.

– Back inside the arena, AJ Styles’ theme hits and “The Phenomenal One” makes his way out and heads to the ring. As he settles inside the squared circle, we shift gears and head into a quick commercial break.

– As we settle back in from the break, Graves and Barrett promote events scheduled for WWE World during WrestleMania XL Week next week in Philadelphia, PA.

In the Arena:

We then return inside the Mohegan Sun Arena where we see Styles in the ring with a microphone in his hand.

Styles says it’s been a little over a week, and blames fans for being the reason LA Knight came to his house and attacked him in his front yard. He says he has big plans for LA Knight, and he wants the biggest possible. He says although Nick Aldis promised LA Knight isn’t in the arena, he still thinks it is. He says Knight could be anywhere, and kicks the cameraman standing in the ring out. A masked person jumps the barricade, and Styles calls on security. He takes off the man’s mask to reveal a random person, and demands security drag him away.

The camera pans out to reveal Knight in disguise as a security guard. He takes off his hat, wig, and glasses, then attacks Knight and fires off stomps on him in the corner. He then delivers a running knee and grabs a chair. Styles rolls out of the ring and retreats through the crowd.

Knight then grabs a mic and stands up on the announce desk. He tells Styles that he’s the biggest piece of human walking waste he’s ever seen. He tells Styles to run, hide, and do whatever else he needs because he will know whose game it is at WrestleMania with everybody saying his name.

– Bianca Belair then makes her way down to the ring as we go to commercial.

Bianca Belair vs. Dakota Kai

The bell rings and the two waste no time. Belair tosses Kai across the ring, then lands a shoulder on her midsection and tosses her across the ring once again. She follows it up with a pair of suplexes and looks for a third one, but Kai escapes and rocks Belair with a knee to the side of her head.

Back from the break, Belair fights her way out of a sleeper hold Kai has locked in on her and lands a delayed vertical suplex. She rains down right hands on her in the corner, but Kai pulls on Belair’s braid to escape. Belair delivers a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, then sends Kai crashing into the mat face first and looks to land a springboard moonsault. Kai avoids it and pulls on Belair’s braid, but Belair looks to land a springboard moonsault for a second time and delivers it.

Kai stomps on Belair’s spine, then mocks her and lands a series of kicks. Belair trips Kai and delivers a double ax handle to her spine before the pair go back and forth exchanging right hands. Kai delivers a Scorpion Kick to Belair and looks to land a running boot, but Belair moves out of the way and sets up for the KOD. Kai escapes and Belair catches her with a superplex, then follows it up with a Spear and the KOD for the win.

Winner: Bianca Belair

After the match, Asuka and Kairi Sane immediately appear and begin attacking Belair. Naomi runs down to even the odds and beats down both Sane and Asuka. She lands a kick on Asuka, but Sane gains the upper hand and begins beating down Naomi with Asuka. Belair looks to help Naomi, but Kai, Asuka, and Sane overpower her and continue beating down her and Belair. Jade Cargill’s music hits and she slowly makes her way down to the ring. She lands a pump kick on Asuka, then delivers a powerbomb to Kai, and hits Jaded to Sane. She stands tall with Belair and Naomi in the ring as the show goes off the air.

–– Here is what’s in store for tonight’s show ––

  • Bianca Belair vs. Dakota Kai
  • Six-Pack Ladder Match Qualifier: Street Profits (Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins) vs. Grayson Waller & Austin Theory
  • Six-Pack Ladder Match Qualifier: New Catch Republic (Pete Dunne & Tyler Bate) vs. Legado Del Fantasma (Berto & Angel)
  • Jade Cargill to appear
  • Kevin Owens & Randy Orton vs. Pretty Deadly (Kit Wilson & Elton Prince)
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