WWE SmackDown Results: Biggest Winners, Losers and Moments from May 9

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Ziggler calls Nakamura a fraud because even though he has been on SmackDown Live for a month, the former NXT Champion is yet to compete in a match.

Up until this week's SmackDown Live, there were only three official matches on the card for Backlash, but more have been rumored.

The pair ended up in the show's main event with Orton teaming up with AJ Styles and Sami Zayn, while Mahal tagged with Kevin Owens and Baron Corbin. Leading up to his first match, Shinsuke Nakamura would surely make an appearance. In a bout that was intense and quick-paced to say the least, Randy Orton appeared to be on fire.

Baron Corbin who was suspended for one week after he attacked Zayn two weeks ago on Talking Smack. Randy Orton, AJ Styles and Sami Zayn via pinfall: Zayn's nose bled after a hard hit during the match. With Natalya reeling, Lynch went up top, before Tamina tried to interfere with Naomi and charlotte joining in. That allowed Natalya to win by roll-up.

Neymar cleared of fraud but corruption trial awaits
Barca have won back-to-back Spanish league and Cup doubles with the trio and won the Champions League in 2015. Neymar joked with Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi in training on Friday at the FC Barcelona Sports Center.

Tyler Breeze hangs Viktor up on the second rope and Fandango knocks him down to the canvas.

In a few more days, Breezango will try to get their hands on the illustrious Smackdown tag team championship when they face The Usos at Backlash. Those two now have a match set for Backlash.

Much more is contained in Ross' latest blog, including his thoughts on Roderick Strong on the main roster, Shinsuke Nakamura facing Dolph Ziggler at Backlash, Batista's success in Hollywood and much more. The Bulgarian Brute announces that he will be at SmackDown Live next week to demand answers from Commissioner Shane McMahon.

All competitors fight in the ring and it leads to Randy Orton hitting Kevin Owens with an RKO. Breezango may have won a Beat-the-Clock Challenge, but that does not instantly guarantee them victory against The Usos. However, Jinder Mahal is the legal man. Mahal takes advantage of Orton's unawareness to pin the WWE Champion after a Cobra Clutch slam.