– Thanks to Devin Cutting for these full spoilers for this week’s Friday Night SmackDown, taped last night in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada:
Teddy Long arrived by limo, then was immediately surrounded by security.
Batista & Chris Jericho did an in-ring confrontation to set up the main event. The confrontation ended with Batista laying out Jericho.
Chris Jericho threw a fit because Big Show didn’t save him from Batista.
John Morrison defeated Mike Knox while Dolph Ziggler did commentary with JR & Todd Grisham.
Scott Armstrong said that he didn’t want to screw over the Undertaker, but did it to protect his job.
Mr. McMahon congratulated Teddy Long for hiring Batista, then demanded that Long explain why he screwed over the Undertaker. He also said that Long’s explanation better be the right one & warned Long that the Undertaker may seek revenge.
Teddy Long pretty much said the same thing that Scott Armstrong did, then asked the Undertaker to forgive him.
Teddy Long returned to his limo. The Undertaker hijacked it. As the limo drove off, it filled up with smoke & Long screamed.
CM Punk called out the Undertaker, but since the Undertaker wasn’t there, he insulted the fans instead. The segment ended with Punk saying that if you’re not Straight Edge, he’s better than you.
Melina defeated Michelle McCool in a non-title match.
The Hart Dynasty defeated Cryme Tyme.
The women’s locker room was plastered with the photos that Layla took of Dolph Ziggler helping Michelle McCool last week. Melina tried to remove the photos. Maria showed up, said that she knew about Ziggler helping McCool & accused Melina of plastering the photos in the room.
The Great Khali vs. Kane ended without a winner announced. Kane hit Khali over the head with the ring bell, then destroyed Khali’s left leg with the metal steps. Khali was taken out of the arena on a stretcher.
Charlie Haas vs. R-Truth never happened. Drew McIntyre announced that R-Truth had an accident backstage & could not compete, then McIntyre laid out Haas.
Batista defeated Chris Jericho. After the match, Josh Matthews interviewed Big Show backstage, but the fans in the arena could not hear what was being said.