Smackdown Video Highlights: Tag Team Championships Change Hands

Last night's episode of WWE Smackdown was action-packed, featuring two title matches and a gauntlet to decide the next challenge for the Universal Championship. The Chadster was glued to his seat all night for epic feuds such as Apollo Crews vs. Big E and Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode vs. The Street Profits. Is there anyone cooler in wrestling than Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode? If there is, The Chadster has yet to see them.

The official logo for WWE Friday Night Smackdown.
The official logo for WWE Friday Night Smackdown.

But The Chadster didn't bring you here to talk about how much he loves Dolph Ziggler, even though he could. The Chadster is here to show you some video clips from the show, sort of like when a Jehova's Witness shows up at your door and asks if you've found Jesus, but instead of religion, I'm pushing WWE's wrestling product.

Let's start things off with the best match of the night: Ziggler and Roode vs. the Street Profits for the Smackdown Tag Team Championships.

Truly glorious. Next up, the main feud of the night, as Roman Reigns and Adam Pearce went at it from the start of Smackdown until the main event, where Reigns positioned Pearce to win the gauntlet just so that Reigns can get his hands on Pearce in the ring.

Almost as good as the Ziggler and Roode match was a battle for the Intercontinental Championship between Apollo Crews and Big E.

Smackdown also featured a promo on Sasha Banks by Carmella.

And exclusively online, Otis entered the Royal Rumble.

And now, The Chadster's favorite part of these articles: reciting keyword-rich SEO-optimized boilerplate text about Smackdown. That's the sort of thing that really gets The Chadster going.

WWE Smackdown, launched in 1999 during the heart of the Attitude Era and arguably WWE's flagship weekly television show since moving to broadcast television, aires live each week on Fox at 8PM Eastern on Friday nights and features top stars including Roman Reigns, Sasha Banks, and Daniel Bryan. Smackdown is also available to stream on Hulu the next day after airing, and can be viewed in the form of video clips on YouTube and animated gifs on Twitter, which some say is actually the best way to watch it.

About Chad McMahon

Chad McMahon, otherwise known as The Chadster, is a lifelong professional wrestling fan and now journalist. Chad’s interests also include comic books, movies, netflix, and other sports including football, baseball and basketball, both college and professional. Chad drives a Miata and is married to Keighleyanne. He loves WWE with all his heart and soul.