WWE SmackDown Spoilers & Results (12/23/22) – Friday Night SmackDown Tonight

WWE SmackDown spoilers

After the December 16 edition of WWE SmackDown, the roster taped a second episode which will air on December 23, 2022. Let’s take a look and see what is going down on Friday Night SmackDown tonight as we run down the WWE SmackDown spoilers.

WWE SmackDown Spoilers for December 23

#1 Contenders Gauntlet

Raquel Rodriguez won a gauntlet to become the number one contender for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Xia Li got a strong showing by defeating Emma and Tegan Nox before Rodriguez eliminated Li, Liv Morgan, Sonya Deville, and Shayna Baszler to emerge as the winner.

Bray Wyatt Promo

Wyatt asked for an apology from Eli Drake before attacking a cameraman

Rey Mysterio vs Angel

Rey Mysterio defeated Angel while Karrion Kross watched from the stands

Bloodline Promo

Roman Reigns and his charges made their way out to the ring for some time on the stick. They made Solo Skioa vs Sheamus official for the loaded December 30 SmackDown before Sami Zayn denounce Kevin Owens.

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Undisputed Tag Team Championship Match

The Usos defeated Hit Row to retain the titles. Hit Row won a three-way tag on the December 16 episode to earn this shot.

 Braun Strowman & Ricochet vs Imperium – Miracle on 34th Street Fight

WWE’s holiday-centric brawl was won by Strowman and Ricochet thanks to some help from the New Day. This is likely moving towards Gunther vs Strowman for the Intercontinental Championship.

These are the WWE SmckDown spoilers for Friday Night SmackDown tonight. What do you think of the show?

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