Full WWE SmackDown Live Spoilers For Tonight


- As noted, tonight's WWE SmackDown from London will feature Shinsuke Nakamura vs. WWE Champion AJ Styles in a non-title match with the victor picking the stipulation for their match at Money In the Bank. By winning, Nakamura may now pick the stipulation for their championship match at Money in the Bank. They then brawl before being separated by officials as we go to commercial. After a back and forth which made you truly believe that either Sheamus or Cesaro was going to the ladder match. Xavier Woods won the match for the New Day by picking up the pin. The New Day was able to rally and win, now allowing one of the three to enter the ladder match.

Becky Lynch picked up a big win to qualify for the Money In The Bank ladder match
Becky Lynch picked up a big win to qualify for the Money In The Bank ladder match

The backdrop to his WWE Championship match with John Cena, which Punk insisted would be his last before he took the company's most prestigious belt with him while leaving the company, was Punk's hometown of Chicago. Before he can say anymore, Bryan is interrupted by Big Cass. Cass gets in the ring and mocks Bryan, which causes Bryan to go after Cass and continues to attack Cassidy until multiple refs intervene. Now, the popular trio needs to decide which member will represent them in the Money in the Bank ladder match, which of course could provide for some interesting television in the near future.

Man Utd captain Carrick rules himself out of FA Cup selection consideration
I look forward to working with him and learning from him. Merci for all you [taught] me, on and off the pitch. Unused subs: J Pereira, Jones, Valencia, Lingard.

Andrade "Cien" Almas def. Lana announced Billie Kay as her opponent, and declared she and Rusev would be the first ever Mr. After continually bashing the English residents and proclaiming how much better she is than every other female on the roster, Paige put a halt to the festivities. Paige booked Asuka vs. Carmella for the show.

Healthy romaine lettuce is back on shelves after E. coli outbreak
Who doesn't? There is no need to freak out about the recent E. coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce from Yuma, Arizona. Wednesday's CDC news release upped the total illness count to 172 people across 32 different states.

It looks like the speculation of a third money in the bank match isn't going to see anything in the way of actually happening this year.

Banned ozone-destroying gas may still be in production
If not, then it will take substantially longer than anticipated for the ozone layer to recover. That loss of ozone, in turn, weakens our protection from UV radiation at the Earth's surface.