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WWE SmackDown video highlights: Team Hell No vs. The Usos


Ahead of challenging The Bludgeon Brothers at Extreme Rules on July 15, Daniel Bryan & Kane teamed together on SmackDown last night.

They defeated The Usos in the show's main event, which had a stipulation where The Usos would have been added to the SmackDown Tag Team title match at Extreme Rules if they won. The Bludgeon Brothers then came out to the stage and had a staredown with Bryan and Kane to close the show.

James Ellsworth bailed on his match with Asuka after being slapped and hit with a spinning back fist, but Carmella got the better of Asuka by pushing her into the barricade. Asuka will face Ellsworth in a lumberjack match next week.

Also on SmackDown, AJ Styles was put in the Accolade by Rusev after defeating Aiden English, Jeff Hardy retained against The Miz in an open challenge and will defend his United States title against Shinsuke Nakamura at Extreme Rules, Becky Lynch took on Peyton Royce, and SAnitY ruined The New Day's "First Annual Third of July Pancake Eating contest."

More coverage from last night --

WWE SmackDown video highlights --

The Usos interrupt Team Hell No, Paige makes a match between them

The Miz answers Jeff Hardy's United States Championship open challenge

SAnitY ruins The New Day's "First Annual Third of July Pancake Eating Contest"

James Ellsworth wasn't ready for Asuka, runs away after a slap and spinning back fist

Daniel Bryan and Kane get on the same page before facing The Usos

AJ Styles defeats Aiden English, gets put in the Accolade by Rusev

Becky Lynch vs. Peyton Royce

Shinsuke Nakamura promises to take Jeff Hardy's pride, honor, and title at Extreme Rules

Team Hell No vs. The Usos

SmackDown fallout: Jeff Hardy is out for redemption against Shinsuke Nakamura

SmackDown fallout: Renee Young attempts to find out why SAnitY attacked The New Day 

SmackDown fallout: R-Truth forces Tye Dillinger into challenging Samoa Joe to a match