WWE Smackdown Live Results 8/15/17

Baron Corbin cashed in his Money in the Bank Briefcase – and lost

John Cena has perfect response to fan who made obscene gesture to him

In addition to SummerSlam, WWE Network programming will include new episodes of 205 Live and NXT, the premiere of the Mae Young Classic: Bracketology Special and NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III.

Corbin joins Damien Sandow as the only two men to have lost their cash-in match (John Cena unsuccessfully challenged for the WWE Championship when he cashed in against CM Punk in 2012, but he technically won the match via DQ).

- The show opened with Jinder Mahal celebrating Indian Independence Day with singing and dancing. And will we finally get a confrontation between Mahal and his SummerSlam opponent Shinsuke Nakamura? Natalya will face Becky Lynch one-on-one as she prepares for her Women's title match this Sunday against Naomi.

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-After the match Rusev puts the Accolade on Chad on top of the announce table before getting on the mic and starts to say something before Randy Orton comes out of nowhere and RKO's him as we go to commercial. Kevin offers to shake AJ's hand, but they get into a shoving match before Kevin accidentally superkicks Shane when AJ ducks.

The Usos gained the victory after the twins atacked Kingston's knee and delivered a double Superkick for the three count.

But the highlight of Smackdown was Baron Corbin cashing in his Money in the Bank contract and failing to win the WWE Championship. Though Shane promised to do the right thing and become impartial in officiating the United States Title Match at SummerSlam, will there be a need for AJ Styles to apologize? As Corbin prepared to attack Mahal, Cena jumped on the apron to distract him.

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