Monday Night Raw ended with the shocking betrayal of Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns by Shield teammate Seth Rollins. The brutal assault of those two men, set up by someone they considered a brother, sent shockwaves across the wrestling world.
How could Rollins perpetrate such an underhanded backstabbing?
More importantly: Why would he do such a thing?
Fans hoped they would get their answer Friday night as SmackDown hit the airwaves.
With Triple H by his side, Rollins would address the WWE Universe. Would the men, women and children watching around the world get the answers they so desperately wanted? Would either Ambrose or Reigns make an appearance?
Fans would find out the answers to those questions.
Elsewhere on the program, Bray Wyatt returned to WWE television for the first time since losing to John Cena in a Last Man Standing match at Payback—an instant classic. With egg on his face and the need to win back favor with those who believed in him to end Cena's reign over WWE, Wyatt would surely have plenty to say.
The Usos were in action, Rusev looked to add another name to his list of conquered Superstars and Alicia Fox tried to rebound from her disappointing night at Payback by taking on Natalya.
Relive and review SmackDown now with the best of the best from the June 6 show.