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WWE SmackDown video highlights: Stephanie McMahon, Brock Lesnar appear

The show took place on the same day that Vince McMahon announced his retirement.
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Last night's SmackDown took place on the same day that Vince McMahon announced his retirement from WWE.

Stephanie McMahon, who is now one of WWE's co-CEOs alongside Nick Khan, opened last night's show and addressed the crowd. After giving a brief speech about her father's retirement, Stephanie led the fans in a "Thank You, Vince" chant.

Brock Lesnar walked out before SmackDown when he heard about Vince's retirement, but Lesnar ended up returning and being involved in the show-closing angle. He laid out Theory after The Street Profits & Madcap Moss defeated The Usos & Theory by disqualification in the main event.

Plus, SmackDown Women's Champion Liv Morgan and Ronda Rousey went face-to-face, Gunther helped Ludwig Kaiser defeat Shinsuke Nakamura, and more.

More coverage from last night --

WWE SmackDown video highlights --

Stephanie McMahon kicks off the show, leads a "Thank You, Vince" chant

The Street Profits and Madcap Moss brawl with The Usos and Theory

Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Ludwig Kaiser

SmackDown Women's Champion Liv Morgan and Ronda Rousey go face-to-face

Happy Corbin ambushes Pat McAfee

Jinder Mahal & Shanky vs. The Viking Raiders

Sonya Deville mocks Adam Pearce, gets put in a match against Raquel Rodriguez

Drew McIntyre and Sheamus will face off in a "Good Old Fashioned Donnybrook" next week

Raquel Rodriguez vs. Sonya Deville

Lacey Evans berates the crowd, punches out Aliyah

Jeff Jarrett is honored to be the special guest referee for The Usos vs. Street Profits

Sofia Cromwell revealed as Maxxine Dupri

The Street Profits & Madcap Moss vs. The Usos & Theory

Brock Lesnar appears, lays out Theory

SmackDown fallout: Ronda Rousey attacks Sonya Deville during a commercial break

SmackDown fallout: Sonya Deville says Adam Pearce is biased against her

SmackDown fallout: Gunther is disgusted with Ludwig Kaiser

SmackDown fallout: Happy Corbin is ready to put Pat McAfee in his place