WWE Smackdown: Shinsuke Nakamura and Kevin Owens battle, Lana debuts

Live WWE SmackDown Results & Discussion (6/6)

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Lana made her surprise appearance after Smackdown commissioner Shane McMahon gathered the contestants for the upcoming Women's Money in the Bank Ladder Match including Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Natalya, Carmella and Tamina, along with Smackdown Women's Champion Naomi, in order to unveil the briefcase they will be fighting for on July 18.

Later that night, Owens lost to Shinsuke Nakamura on SmackDown Live.

After being denied a spot in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match, Lana makes her presence felt during a Six-Woman Tag Team Match.

Lana is back on WWE television, and she's already getting a title shot. This week's episode featured a non-title match between Shinsuke Nakamura and Kevin Owens, and a rematch of last week's main event between AJ Styles and Dolph Ziggler. The good guys were in control, but then Lana came out and interfered in the match, tripping Naomi on the ring apron and allowing Tamina to hit her with a superkick and get the pin.

Can Ziggler pick up another win over AJ? These two men are set to lock horns in the Money In The Bank ladder match in less than two weeks but tonight they get to inflict some damage and probably have a show stealer!

Jinder Mahal won via pinfall with Khallas. After the match, the Usos appeared to run down the New Day. An intense match, Nakamura's strong style was too much for Owens as the prizefighter fell victim to a Kinshasa that left him floored for the three-count.

Back in action and better than ever, The New Day showed no sign of ring rust as they made quick work of Epico and Primo with their signature Midnight Hour.

Corbin had been viewing the match from ringside while providing commentary after he had ambushed Sami Zayn earlier backstage who was scheduled to be a guest commentator.

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