It is now time to recap the WWE Smackdown Spoilers for the show taped on December 13th 2011 but airing on December 16th 2011. If you don’t want to be spoiled for this week’s WWE Smackdown, then turn out. Otherwise, enjoy these WWE Smackdown Spoilers 12/16/11.
WWE Smackdown Spoilers 12/16/11
NXT Results 12/14/11
Yoshi Tatsu and Trent Barreta scored the win over Tyler Reks and Curt Hawkins.
Percy Watson does an interview, recapping the situation between Derrick Bateman, Johnny Curtis, Maxine, and JTG. JTG was paid by Johnny Curtis to lie. Didn’t know Curtis had the money. Maxine hates all of the men on
NXT. Bateman punches out Johnny Curtis, all good stuff.
Jey Uso triumphed over JTG.
Percy Watson defeated Johnny Curtis
Titus O’Neil cuts a promo and Darren Young does as well, taunting Titus, saying that Young is king on this show. Titus beats up Darren Young.
WWE Superstars Results 12/15/11
Drew McIntyre defeated Justin Gabriel.
Hunico won a match with Trent Barretta.
WWE Smackdown Results 12/16/11
Booker T promises to win the Intercontinental Title, although it’s unclear whether or not he’ll stick around to defend it that much. Cody Rhodes
has a match with Daniel Bryan, with Booker T barred from interfering.
Cody Rhodes defeated Daniel Bryan in a match that was reported to be very good.
Alicia Fox beat Natalya. Likely decent as well if its anything like the match they had on Superstars earlier this year.
Epico and Primo continued their road to the tag team titles, beating the Usos.
Mark Henry and Jack Swagger plot, with the plan of Swagger going to break Big Show’s ankle.
The Big Show defeated Jack Swagger and then Mark Henry attacked Swagger and a cameraman with a chair.
Ted DiBiase defeated Heath Slater, and then Jinder Mahal came out to challenge DiBiase, because this feud must continue.
Sheamus defeated Jinder Mahal.
Randy Orton and Zack Ryder defeated Dolph Ziggler and Wade Barrett, said to be a pretty good match as well.
These were the WWE Smackdown Spoilers, taped 12/13/11, airing 12/16/11, on the Sy Fy Network in the United States.