WWE Smackdown Results (2/13): U.S. Title Open Challenge, Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn in Singles Action

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WWE Smackdown Results
February 13, 2018
Report by Mike Killam for ProWrestling.com

Dolph Ziggler made his way to the ring to kick off the show to start things off with a little in-ring action right out of the gate. Baron Corbin’s music played next, but after about 20 seconds nobody came out. His music played again, but still nothing.

Cameras cut backstage where Corbin is shown trying to fight off both Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. He threw wild rights and lefts but was quickly taken down and brutally assaulted. Owens threw him into the concrete wall, off several production crates and basically anything he could get his hands on. They started to make their way to the ring, but saw Corbin slowly getting back to his feet and turned out to finish the job.

Ziggler is shown still in the ring as Kevin and Sami make their way out, circling him like sharks in the water. The Showoff goes on the offensive right away, but just like Corbin he’s quickly taken down as the numbers game gets the best of him. They beat down Dolph and throw him into the barricade, ring post, steel steps and bounce him off the announce table until he couldn’t get back up. Baron Corbin somehow hobbled his way down the ramp looking to get a measure of revenge, but was easily dispatched for a third time. Referees and security ran down and finally were able to make the two leave, while medics checked on both Ziggler and Corbin.


CHARLOTTE FLAIR vs. SARAH LOGAN

Becky Lynch and Naomi came out to get the back of the women’s champion and keep the Riott Squad at bay. Things started off slow as Charlotte got the better of a lockup and immediately dropped down into a side headlock. Still a very technical match as we come back from commercial and Logan is trying to chain grapple with Flair, continuously getting taken back down to the mat. Charlotte changed things up throwing a few knife-edge chops in the corner to wake up the crowd, but she got posturing as Logan took advantage with a shot to the kidneys.

Sarah took control of the match for several minutes, hammering away with huge elbow shots and right hands to the back of the head while working over the champ’s shoulder with a few wicked looking submission. The Riott Squad member actually got some serious heat as the crowd came alive willing Charlotte back into the match, but Logan dropped her with a neckbreaker to silence them. Charlotte got in a few shots but went for a big boot and got hung up on the top rope, and Logan hit her with a unique suplex that almost looked like Candice LeRae’s ballplex. The champ mounted her comeback and hit an insane Natural Selection that dropped the challenger like an exclamation point for the three-count.

Winner: Charlotte Flair

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