WWE SmackDown: Shinsuke Nakamura defeated Kevin Owens

Tuesday night SmackDown gave us some of the most interesting matches of the WWE Universe. As the Money in the Ladder Match is coming into focus, Lana debuted on SmackDown LIVE. Speaking of WWE Divas, Natalya, Carmella, and Tamina smashed Charlotte Flair, Naomi and Becky Lynch in the triple threat tag team match. WWE Champion Jinder Mahal easily proved to be victorious over Mojo Rawley. Moving on to the men’s tag team matches, The New Day defeated the Colons. Remember how Dolph Ziegler defeated AJ Styles past week? AJ Styles’ fans can rejoice for Styles defeated Ziegler on WWE SmackDown this Tuesday. Moving on to the highlight of the day, Nakamura defeated Owens following the winning streak of the last two weeks. Let’s find out more about the match right now!WWE SmackDown: Shinsuke Nakamura defeated Kevin Owens

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Shinsuke Nakamura VS. Kevin Owens

The King of Strong Style, Shinsuke Nakamura is known for blending his blistering strikes with submission holds. The Japanese Champion has an experience of 14 years and is here to give his opponents tough competition. Moving on to Kevin Owens, the reigning United States Champion is known for equally parting grace and bad intentions. Owens defeated WWE Superstar John Cena in his very first match and started to be known as one of the biggest, baddest boys in the yard. The player has defeated WWE stars like Ryback, Cesaro, and Mark Henry. It was very interesting to see Owens fighting against Nakamura in the final showdown in WWE SmackDown this Tuesday night.

Nakamura defeated Owens

It’s time to find out how Nakamura defeated Owens in the main event of Tuesday night SmackDown. Owens has been defeated in 2 of the past 3 weeks tag team matches by Shinsuke Nakamura. Therefore, the United States Champion was looking forward to get a measure of revenge by marking victory in the match this time. Both the players were trying to propel themselves before the much-awaited men’s money in the ladder match. Contrary to what Owens hoped, Nakamura came out as a major winner on Tuesday night when the player dismissed Owens by his wicked Kinshasa. But as soon as the match ended, the Lone Wolf came in and ambushed Nakamura who was all set to celebrate his victory. Baron Corbin hinted towards a bitter rivalry with Nakamura in the coming matches.