Below are the spoiler results for tonight’s Christmas Edition Of SmackDown LIVE:
– Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson & The Usos def. SAnitY & SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Bar in an 8-Man Tag Team Match. The New Day were on commentary. The New Day had on Christmas costumes with white beards and Santa Claus hats. Gallows & Anderson got the pin for their team. After the match, The New Day threw pancakes to the crowd while Xavier Woods played Francesca.
– R-Truth & Carmella came out dressed as Mr. & Mrs. Claus. They did a dance break to Christmas songs and Truth messed up the names of Santa’s reindeer. WWE Champion Daniel Bryan interrupted and said that they aren’t real. AJ Styles & Santa Claus also aren’t real. Bryan cuts a promo on materialism and the environment. Bryan said that Santa will not exist as the glaciers continue to melt. Truth thinks it’s a joke. Bryan says that Truth’s career has been a joke. Truth mentions his #30 spot in The Royal Rumble and possibly challenging Bryan at WrestleMania 35, if Bryan can keep the title that long. Bryan says that Truth can’t even count to 30. Truth counts – 1,2,3,7. They do another 8 second dance break but Bryan interrupts by dropping Truth mid-dance. Bryan applies The LeBell Lock to Truth while Carmella looks on. Bryan breaks the hold, stomps on Truth and goes for his leg. Bryan leaves with The WWE Title held high.
– Mustafa Ali def. Andrade “Cien” Almas. Good match, Ali won with the 054.
– The Miz comes out with a Christmas-themed edition of MizTV. Miz outs over The 2018 that SmackDown has had and then introduced Shane McMahon, calling him his bestie. Shane talks about how The McMahon Family will listen to the fans from here on out and that new Superstars are on their way to the main roster. Miz asks why can’t he and Shane be tag team partners now that SmackDown has 4 members of the family running the show. Miz also put himself over. Miz runs down his week and comments on how that still wasn’t enough to impress Vince McMahon, saying that nothing is enough for Vince but Vince was impressed by Shane at The WWE World Cup Tournament. Miz then says that tagging with Shane is something to be proud of. Miz puts Shane on the spot, telling him to listen to what the fans want like he claimed. Fans respond with a mixed reaction but Shane agrees to tag with Miz. They stand together and raise The WWE World Cup Trophy at once. Miz leads a “yes!” chant to end the segment. They then shook hands and played to the crowd off-camera.
– Jeff Hardy def. Samoa Joe via count out. Hardy came out wearing Christmas face paint. This was a fairly quick back & forth match with no one taking the lead for too long until Hardy rallied the crowd. Joe almost took his head off with a clothesline before going to work on him in the corner. More back and forth. The crowd rallied for Hardy again after Joe kept him in an abdominal stretch. Jeff came back and hit some of his signature moves, then lead a “delete!” chant. Joe avoided the Whisper In the Wind and rolled to the floor. Hardy jumped from the apron and kicked Joe on the floor, beating him up for the count out. After the match, Jeff took Joe to the announce table and prepared for a Twist of Fate. Joe got free and dropped Hardy into the Coquina Clutch. Officials pulled them apart but Hardy went down. Joe looked to attack Hardy some more but the officials backed him off. Joe smirked as he left to the back.
– Rusev def. Shinsuke Nakamura to become the new WWE United States Champion. The match starts off fast and sees Nakamura get offense on the outside. Rusev with massive suplexes when they come back in the ring. Lots of back and forth action mid-match, they also go back to the floor. Nakamura puts on a kicking clinic until Rusev catches him with a series of clotheslines. They fight back out of the ring and Nakamura hits a diving knee from the apron. Nakamura misses a Kinshasa and eats a superkick. Rusev can’t get The Accolade in but Nakamura puts him in a triangle choke. Rusev turns that into a powerbomb. They trade pin attempts, roll-ups and more counters. They trade Kinshasa and superkick attempts again. Nakamura can’t knock Rusev down and Rusev responds with a big clothesline. Rusev stomps on Nakamura and superkicks him when he gets back up. Rusev then covers for the pin and the title. Lana comes in to celebrate after the match.