Providence, Rhode Island hosted SmackDown's go-home show for SummerSlam last night.
Jinder Mahal and John Cena faced off in a non-title match, with Baron Corbin interfering and then cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase. The attempt ended up being unsuccessful as Mahal pinned Corbin with a schoolboy after he was briefly distracted by punching Cena off of the apron.
More build to SummerSlam rounded out the episode. Mahal started things off with a celebration of Indian Independence Day before being interrupted by Shinsuke Nakamura, The New Day took on The Usos in a non-title match, and AJ Styles tried to make sure Shane McMahon will call things evenly on Sunday.
More coverage from last night --
- WWE 205 Live results: Neville interrupts Tozawa's title celebration
- Baron Corbin unsuccessfully cashes in Money in the Bank briefcase
- WWE SmackDown live results: Jinder Mahal vs. John Cena
WWE SmackDown video highlights --
Shinsuke Nakamura interrupts Jinder Mahal's Indian Independence Day celebration
Becky Lynch vs. Natalya
Lana plans to help Tamina crush the SmackDown women's division
Rusev faces Chad Gable, gets hit with an RKO from Randy Orton
AJ Styles offers Shane McMahon an apology ahead of SummerSlam
The New Day vs. The Usos in a non-title match
Breezango return to Fashion Peaks one more time
Jinder Mahal vs. John Cena in a non-title match, Baron Corbin cashes in
SmackDown fallout: Natalya says that she sent a strong message to Naomi
SmackDown fallout: The Usos let their actions speak louder than words
SmackDown fallout: Jinder Mahal is looking past SummerSlam