Published On: Wed, Feb 6th, 2019

WWE Smackdown Live Results and Review February 6 2019 : Bowen’s Botches and Bodyslams

WWE Smackdown Live is from the Angel of The Wind Arena in Everett, Washington this week. WWE Champion will face one of his competitors in the upcoming Elimination Chamber Match, Jeff Hardy. Two more competitors from the Elimination Chamber Match, Randy Orton and Mustafa Ali will also face off. And Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows will get their match against Rusev and Shinsuke Nakamura.


Show Opener with Charlotte Flair In Ring


Rusev and Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson

Rusev socres the Pinfall victory over Karl Anderson after the Machka Kick.


Mustafa Ali Backstage


The Usos Backstage


Randy Orton vs. Mustafa Ali

Randy Orton wins by Pinfall after the RKO on Mustafa Ali from the top rope. Samoa Joe attacks Randy Orton and Mustafa Ali after the match.


Samoa Joe Backstage


WWE Champion Daniel Bryan and Eric Rowan In Ring


Jeff Hardy in the Locker Room


Women’s Division Tag Team Triple Threat Match
Carmella and Naomi vs. Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville vs. The IIconics (Billie Kay and Peyton Royce)

Mandy Rose scores the Pinfall victory over Naomi after the Double Underhook Facebuster.


Andrade and Zelina Vega Backstage


Non Title Match
Daniel Bryan with Eric Rowan vs. Jeff Hardy

Jeff Hardy wins by Disqualification after Eric Rowan pulls him out of the ring during a pin attempt. Daniel Bryan attacks Jeff Hardy with the Labell Lock after the match. Samoa Joe then enters from the crowd attacking ROwan and then Bryan. Randy orton comes down the ramp to join the fray followed by Mustafa Ali. Rowan Facepalm Slams Ali into the announce table. AJ Styles then comes out and clears the ring, with Daniel Bryan and Eric Rowan escaping up the ramp.


  • The Women’s Triple Threat Tag Team Match was not the best match we’ve seen from the women lately, but it was stacked with some of the least convincing fighters on the roster. Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville looked like they were in a different class than the rest of these women. Naomi is a great athlete, but her moveset looks like a dance routine and few of the moves seem as though they are capable of hurting anyone.


  • Becky Lynch’s smirk carries an entire segment.
  • Eric Rowan’s Facepalm Slam is great to watch, especially when executed on a guy like Mustafa Ali who can make it seem even more devastating.
  • Daniel Bryan and Samoa Joe both showed why they are often elevated to the status of the best talkers in the business.

This episode of Smackdown Live had some great matches and entertaining segments. Even the weakest parts of the show were able to keep my interest. The tag team match between Gallows and Anderson and Rusev and Nakamura was a great way to start the show. Randy Orton and Mustafa Ali tore the house down, and Ali came out with an ugly eye injury. I’m hoping that looks a lot worse than it is and he won’t be missing the Elimination Chamber Match. There was more talking and fewer matches than I like to see, but that’s the norm when you give Triple H a microphone in the opening segment. The man has an impressive skillset, but brevity is not on the list. Giving Daniel Bryan carte blanche on the microphone and and stuffing the show with vignettes to lead into Elimination Chamber doesn’t leave room for many matches. But the four matches had stories and talent that made it all work out.

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- Greg Bowen is a writer, musician, DJ, political activist, and wrestling mark who still has Macho Madness to this day.

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