WWE SmackDown Spoilers: Complete Results and Analysis for March 15

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WWE SmackDown Spoilers: Complete Results and Analysis for March 15
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Friday night SmackDown was taped on Tuesday night in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and we have all the spoilers for the upcoming show on Mar. 15.

There were several big names in action during the show, including Ryback, Sheamus, Randy Orton, Mark Henry and others.

We also got to see some of the ladies in action and once again Fandango was set to make his debut.

Let's see how everything turned out, courtesy of 411Mania.com (per Wrestling Observer).

 

Sheamus and Randy Orton defeat Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow

A solid match to kick off the show, but Sheamus and Orton would take this one. Sheamus landed his Brogue Kick on Sandow and Orton performed the RKO on Rhodes, which resulted in the winning pinfall.

The Shield would challenge Sheamus and Orton to a six-man tag match at WrestleMania 29 after the match. Of course, the duo accepted the challenge.

 

The Miz defeats Darren Young

Nothing special happened in this match. The Miz took home the victory by way of a Figure Four and Wade Barrett was a commentator during the match.

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After that, Big Show was seen backstage and shared his desire to be the tag partner versus The Shield, but Orton tells Show he already found someone and that someone is Ryback.

 

Layla and Kaitlyn defeat Tamina Snuka and Aksana

This match was nothing short of hard to watch, but Kaitlyn hit Aksana with a gore, which was then followed by Layla's sneaky tag in and she pinned Aksana with a cross body.

We get a good look at the Bellas beating up Naomi and Cameron backstage, and adding insult to injury, the Bellas make fun of the "dancing dinosaur and his fat friend who thinks he is Japanese."

 

Dolph Ziggler defeats Kane

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A fight between Daniel Bryan and Big E outside of the ring distracted Kane during the match, and Ziggler would eventually finish things off with the ZigZag to grab the victory. After the match, Ziggler's taunting of Kane almost led to his being chokeslammed, but Big E saved the day and landed his finisher on Kane.

Ricardo Rodriguez and Alberto Del Rio once again try to show their funny side by doing another parody of Zeb Coulter that was about Canadians.

 

Fandango vs. Great Khali

Shockingly, this match never happened. Fandango has been playing the same tired angle for awhile now and that is when someone pronounces his name wrong, he refuses to fight. Well, if you were hoping Khali was finally going to be the guy to get it done, think again. Fandango was apparently sickened by Khali's try.

Backstage, Booker  makes it official that The Shield will square off with Sheamus, Ryback and Orton. The Shield celebrates their upcoming match by beating the hell out of Orton and Sheamus and they were left laid out.

 

Mark Henry vs. Ryback

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This match never happened, either. The match started but just seconds into it, The Shield would attack Ryback and while he was able to fend him off originally, The Shield ended up getting the better of Ryback and trio powerbombed him. When The Shield was done, Henry enjoyed not one, but three World's Strongest Slams.

 

Jack Swagger defeats Chris Jericho

This turned out to be an exciting match that saw both wrestlers nearly come out with the win, but Swagger would emerge victorious with the gutwrench powerbomb. Both Swagger and Coulter posed to close out the show.

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