Tonight WWE Summer Slam go-home edition of Friday Night SmackDown is live from the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. Michael Cole welcomes us and he’s joined at ringside by Pat McAfee. WWE announced Drew McIntyre vs. Sheamus, Lacey Evans vs. Aaliyah,  New Day vs. The Viking Raiders and more.

Here The WWE Friday Night SmackDown Full Results:

– Drew McIntyre defeated Sheamus in Donnybrook Match and became the New #1 Contender for Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at WWE Clash at The Castle. After the match, Drew McIntyre stood tall and Kayla Braxton interviews Drew in the ring now. Drew first gives a shout-out to Atlanta for rocking throughout the match. 
Drew tells Sheamus it didn’t have to be this way but someone has to take the title off the part-time champions. Hometown star Theory suddenly attacks from behind and drops McIntyre with a Money In the Bank briefcase shot. Fans boo the hometown star as he unloads on Drew with briefcase shots to keep him down. Theory talks some trash and says he will be the next Undisputed WWE Universal Champion.
– Michael Cole and Pat McAfee talk about McAfee’s SummerSlam match with Happy Baron Corbin, and we see recent happenings between the former roommates and teammates. Corbin suddenly appears behind the announcers in the crowd, with a popcorn and a “LOSER” sign that has an old mugshot photo of McAfee on it. McAfee stands up to confront Corbin and they have words. Corbin takes a seat in the front row.
– Happy Baron Corbin is taunting Michael Cole and Pat McAfee with the ticket he bought. Cole tells McAfee to just ignore him. Cole shows us how Seth Rollins took out Riddle on Monday’s RAW. Cole also talks about how the Riddle vs. Rollins SummerSlam match has been postponed, but Corbin is still annoying them. McAfee can’t wait to fight Corbin at SummerSlam. 
McAfee and Cole go over the SummerSlam card as Corbin continues to rant behind them, while also throwing popcorn around. Corbin stands up and McAfee confronts him again. Security is animated while trying to get Corbin to sit down. Corbin tosses his popcorn at McAfee as officials rush down to try and keep them apart. During the chaos, Corbin comes from behind and kicks McAfee below the belt. McAfee goes down and he’s in pain.
– Kayla stops Theory backstage. Theory says he’s sick and tired of being treated like a punching bag when he’s about to become a two-time WWE United States Champion, and is already the youngest Money In the Bank holder in history. Theory goes on about how others are jealous of him, but nothing will stop him from cashing in at SummerSlam to become the new Undisputed WWE Universal Champion.
Austin Theory says Brock Lesnar did F5 him on Raw but that’s OK because Lesnar won’t stop him, and The Bloodline did attack him, but they also won’t stop him, no one will stop him from going into Clash at The Castle as champion, and making Drew his punching bag… again. Theory walks off but stops when Paul Heyman approaches him. Heyman puts his arm around Theory and they walk off together with Heyman saying something about Theory’s future.
– Shotzi defeated Aaliyah via pinfall in singles match. Lacey Evans was supposed to be in this match against Aliyah but Cole said Evans is not medically cleared to compete and further said Shotzi manipulated Adam Pearce to be in this match.
– Ronda Rousey and SmackDown Women’s Champion Liv Morgan are backstage now, facing off for a photo shoot. Natalya walks up and tells Liv to soak up her final hours as champion because Rousey will win the title tomorrow. Natalya takes credit for Liv having the title, and sarcastically says she loves Rousey. Deville walks up and talks about Rousey’s cheap attack last week. Liv calls her a sore loser. 
– We cut back to the ring and Shotzi is laughing maniacally, apparently ranting to the crowd. The music interrupts and here comes Ronda Rousey. She rushes into the ring and orders Shotzi out. She also wants the mic. Shotzi says “hey Ronda!” and swings but Rousey blocks, drops her with a judo throw, then the Piper’s Pit. Rousey says goodbye to Shotzi. Rousey goes on about people complaining that they aren’t in the title picture. She apparently yells back to a heckler, telling them to shut up because their mother failed them, it sounds like. Rousey then calls Liv out to come and show everyone why they’re fighting for the title.
– Ronda Rousey and SmackDown Women’s Champion Liv Morgan defeated Natalya and Sonya Deville via submission. After the match, Rousey stood tall with Liv Morgan. They face off in the middle of the ring as Liv raises her title belt in the air.
– The music hits and here comes Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins now. This Referee Instructions segment will be for The Profits vs. The Usos at WWE SummerSlam. Ford and Dawkins rush the ring and pose for the fans. Now, out comes Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso, the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions. Out next comes WWE Hall of Famer & Senior Vice President of Live Events Jeff Jarrett. Jarrett cuts his own music and says he has something to say. 
Jarrett has words for The Profits, and definitely for The Usos. Jarrett thought this would be a good idea to get some things straight before SummerSlam. Jarrett wants them to understand how serious Jarrett takes this job. Fans do the “What?!” treatment. The Usos take the mic and taunt The Profits over what happened at Raw, asking if this and that will be a DQ on Saturday. The Profits do the same kind of taunting. The Profits are up and they want the smoke.
Jarrett gets in between the two teams and says these four certainly have a creative imagination, don’t we? Jarrett isn’t here to contain them, he’s here to let them run wild because he only has one job tomorrow night – count 1-2-3 when two shoulders are on the mat. But… that’s tomorrow night and as far as tonight goes, it’s very apparent you four guys have some outstanding issues. Jarrett says if one you four feel froggy… why don’t one of you jump?

Dawkins says here won’t be any jumping but he has one more question, will be it be a DQ if he, Dawkins attacks and a brawl breaks out while Jarret watches. Jey suddenly levels Jarrett with a huge superkick out of nowhere after Ford jumps out of the way. Jey and the others are shocked. Jimmy yells at his brother for the accidental superkick. The Usos help Jarret up now and Jey says he’s sorry. Jarrett shoves Jey away to the corner, then shoves Jimmy next to him. Dawkins knocks The Usos out of the ring to the floor. Ford runs the ropes and leaps over the top rope, taking The Usos down at ringside. The Profits stood tall in the ring now and Jarrett looks on as The Usos recover at ringside.
– Maxxine Dupri is at backstage with ma.çé and mån.sôör of Maximum Male Models. She welcomes us to the debut of their 2022 SummerSlam Beachwear Collection. The video shows the former Mansoor and the former Mace modeling various SummerSlam merchandise. ma.çé has his fingernails painted and some makeup on as well, and he’s looking a bit more flamboyant this week. 
Max Dupri suddenly appears so he’s back with the storyline. McAfee yells out in shock when Max appears. Max stands with the rest of the group now and says they are still looking for models who embody the essence of the Maximum Male Models creed. Maxxine finishes the sentence and says that creed is to titillate the juices of your guilty pleasures.
– The Viking Raiders defeated The New Day via pinfall. After the match, The Vikings stood tall in the ring. Then, they go to the timekeeper’s area to grab their shields and a few steel chairs. They return to the ring where Kofi is still down. Woods comes in to face off with The Vikings. He charges Erik but Erik swats him in the face with a huge shield shot, laying him out. They toss Kofi to the floor, then wrap a chair around Woods’ ankle. The Vikings then smash the chair and Woods’ leg with a double shield strike. Woods screams out in pain. The Vikings exit the ring while officials rush down to check on Woods. Erik and Ivar head up the ramp while a trainer tends to Woods.
– Paul Heyman is in the ring now with a mic, introduced by Samantha Irvin, as the Special Counsel to Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns. Heyman introduces himself now, but the crowd finishes for him. He then goes on about how Reigns will be the Last Man Standing at SummerSlam as the one true champion in sports entertainment. Heyman says Reigns has had 700 days as champion in the modern era, which is unheard of. 
Heyman goes on about how Reigns will not just pin or smash Brock Lesnar, he’s going to put Lesnar down for 10 seconds, then victimize him, then raise the titles in the air over an embarrassed Lesnar, and we will all be done with Lesnar for good. But music interrupts and here comes Brock Lesnar to a big pop. A shocked Heyman looks on as Lesnar makes the pyro go off, then heads to the ring. 
Lesnar is all smiles as he makes his way down to the ring. He circles the ring as Heyman looks on. Heyman offers Lesnar the mic and Lesnar smirks. Heyman backs away into the corner as Lesnar gets closer but Theory suddenly attacks Lesnar from behind with his Money In the Bank briefcase. Lesnar takes a few briefcase shots and then decks Theory, and starts beating him with his own briefcase.
Brock Lesnar then launches Theory with two German suplexes and throws MITB briefcase on Theory. Theory stumbles out of the ring and turns around to a big Claymore Kick from Drew McIntyre, who rushes down the ramp to lay him out from out of nowhere. Drew stares at the ring now, locking eyes with Lesnar. Lesnar smirks back at Drew. A shocked Heyman looks on from behind McIntyre while Theory rolls around in pain. The Summer Slam go-hime edition of Friday Night SmackDown goes off the air with Lesnar standing tall in the ring, staring out at McIntyre.

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