WWE Smackdown: Orton, Nakamura team up and punish Zayn and Owens
Dec 06 2017 by Francis Osborne
Kevin Owens had escaped the handcuffs at ringside to join his friend in their two-against-one beatdown of Orton in a no-disqualification main event.
The match was announced by Shane McMahon during the opening segment.
Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens won't be left out at the next Smackdown branded pay-per-view, because they are set to team up against Randy Orton and a partner of his choosing at WWEClash Of Champions.
You can check out the updated card for Clash of Champions below. After a series of Kinshasas and a pair of RKOs, Orton and Nakamura cleared the ring of their adversaries and shook hands, signifying that they would be teaming up again at Clash of Champions.
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Aiden English and Rusev were also added to the Tag Team Title match at the pay-per-view.
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