SmackDown Recap: Jinder Mahal Earns WWE Title Shot

Calvin Saunders
April 19, 2017

McMahon would reveal that the two would get the chance to fight there and then, and if Charlotte could win, she would be granted a chance at the Smackdown Women's Championship.

For one if them however, there was no waiting around as Charlotte claimed that she had already lost patience with the management team on her new show.

Jinder Mahal became number one contender for the WWE Championship Tuesday, winning a six-pack challenge match. Interestingly, on SmackDown Live on Tuesday night, there is a number one contender Six-Pack Challenge and the rumored victor should be a huge surprise to most WWE fans.

Non-Title: Charlotte Flair def. Naomi by pin following Natural Selection to earn a shot at the SmackDown Women's Title next week.

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After coming up short in the WWE Championship No. 1 Contender Six-Pack Challenge, Sami Zayn is distraught at seeing another huge opportunity pass him by. The show is SmackDown's first post-WrestleMania 33 PPV, though it won't take place until May 21st. Charlotte said it has been seven days since she moved from Monday Night Raw to SmackDown Live in the "superstar shakeup". This allowed Jinder to hit a cobra clutch slam and pin Zayn.

Charlotte would gain the victory over the current Smackdown champion and she would guarantee that the two will meet again next week.

The Colons def. American Alpha by Epico rolling up Jason Jordan following a kick from Primo.

The Prizefighter takes on a Louisville native in the first-ever "Face of America Open Challenge". Last week, AJ defeated Corbin and Sami Zayn to become the number one contender for Kevin Owens\u0027 United States Championship. Making contact with Corbin's face via his iconic Phenomenal Forearm outside the ring, Styles managed to quickly hop back into the ring and dodge being counted out by the ref. Baron Corbin wasn't so lucky, as the lone wolf was all alone to suffer another defeat.

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