With only two weeks until WrestleMania XXX in New Orleans, Friday Night SmackDown rolled through Houston and the Toyota Center for an action-packed show headlined by John Cena vs. Luke Harper.
Monday night on Raw, Cena admitted his fear for Bray Wyatt, to the surprise of many. Would that fear adversely affect him as he took on the massive Harper in SmackDown's main event?
Fans would get their answer, as Cena withstood the assault of his larger opponent, including a running head scissors, and planted him with an Attitude Adjustment for the pinfall victory.
Just days after suffering a triple powerbomb from The Shield, Kane would have retribution on his mind during SmackDown.
Using a tag team Fatal 4-Way match as a cover, Kane instigated a major beatdown of Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns and left them lying in the center of the ring, a rarity for the Hounds of Justice. With the New Age Outlaws by his side, it appears as though the Director of Operations has found backup in his war with his former henchmen.
With Big Show joining The Miz for another edition of Miz TV, it had to be expected that the focus would be on April 6's Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal. That was the case, as several of the competitors entered into the match joined the former WWE champions in the ring before a mini Battle Royal broke out.
Who walked away as the last man standing? Let's just say it was no giant surprise.
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