WWE SmackDown results from June 21

On WWE SmackDown, The Bloodline strengthened its ranks by adding Jacob Fatu, while CM Punk was left bloodied after a brutal attack by Drew McIntyre. The Bloodline, led by Solo Sikoa, targeted WWE champion Cody Rhodes, especially after Rhodes’ match against AJ Styles at Clash at the Castle. Rhodes, along with Randy Orton and Kevin Owens, initially resisted the faction until Fatu’s shocking debut.

The show featured several highlights, including multiple Money in the Bank qualifier matches and the aftermath of the Wyatt Sicks’ debut on Raw. Punk opened the show by recalling his feud with McIntyre before Paul Heyman interrupted, warning Punk of The Bloodline’s plans. Despite Heyman’s advice to leave Chicago, Punk refused, leading to a confrontation where Cody Rhodes intervened.

Throughout the evening, tensions rose backstage, culminating in McIntyre’s attack on Punk. McIntyre carried a bloodied Punk to the stage, inciting boos from the crowd and a confrontation with SmackDown GM Nick Aldis. The main event saw Cody Rhodes face Solo Sikoa, ending in chaos as Tanga and Loa attacked Rhodes. The baby faces were gaining the upper hand until Jacob Fatu’s arrival, who laid out Orton and Owens and delivered a devastating splash to Rhodes through the announcers’ table.

HERE’S WHAT ALSO HAPPENED ON WWE SMACKDOWN:

  • Chelsea Green defeated Mia Yim and Bianca Belair via pinfall after hitting Yim with a lateral press. Green qualifies for the women’s Money in the Bank ladder match.
  • Carmelo Hayes defeated Orton and Tama Tonga via pinfall after rolling up Orton during a brawl between Owens and Loa. Hayes qualifies for the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match.
  • Logan Paul knocked out LA Knight with a punch while Knight was distracted by Santos Escobar.
  • Andrade defeated Grayson Waller and Owens via pinfall after catching Waller with a spinning neckbreaker. Andrade qualifies for the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match.
  • Nia Jax attacked Michin backstage after Michin tried to strike Tiffany Stratton.

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