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WWE SmackDown video highlights: Extreme Rules go-home show


WWE finished building to Extreme Rules on last night's go-home edition of SmackDown.

AJ Styles retained his Intercontinental Championship against Matt Riddle in last night's main event. After the match, Styles extended a handshake to Riddle. Riddle accepted, but Baron Corbin then ambushed him and laid him out with the End of Days.

A tag match on last night's show built up the two Women's title matches for Extreme Rules. SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley & Sasha Banks defeated Nikki Cross & Raw Women's Champion Asuka, with the finish being Bayley pinning Cross while having her feet on the ropes for leverage. Cross attacked Bayley backstage later in the show.

The New Day defending their SmackDown Tag Team titles against Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro in a tables match was added to the card for Extreme Rules. In storyline, Nakamura & Cesaro got to pick whether it would be a tables match or a steel cage match after Cesaro defeated Big E last night.

Plus, Braun Strowman squashed John Morrison ahead of his Swamp Fight against Bray Wyatt at Sunday's pay-per-view.

More coverage from last night --

WWE SmackDown video highlights --

AJ Styles, Matt Riddle, and more preview the show

Big E vs. Cesaro

Baron Corbin says Matt Riddle is playing with fire and is going to get burned

Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro choose the stipulation for Extreme Rules tag title match

Bayley & Sasha Banks interrupt A Moment of Bliss, Asuka appears as mystery guest

Asuka & Nikki Cross vs. Bayley & Sasha Banks

Bray Wyatt vows to destroy the monster that Braun Strowman has become

Braun Strowman vs. John Morrison

Naomi vs. Lacey Evans

Sheamus Brogue Kicks Jeff Hardy, says he'll see Hardy on SmackDown next week

Nikki Cross attacks Bayley backstage

AJ Styles vs. Matt Riddle for the Intercontinental Championship

Baron Corbin ambushes Matt Riddle after the main event

SmackDown fallout: Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro leave Kayla Braxton lost in translation