WWE Smackdown Spoilers for 03/10/2016: Eight-Man Tag Team Match, Chris Jericho Interview

This week’s WWE Smackdown spoilers are in, and tonight’s show features an eight-man tag team main event that pits four of WWE’s most popular superstars against The Wyatt Family.

Also, Chris Jericho served up an explanation for his actions on Monday night, in which he turned against partner AJ Styles following their failed bid at the tag team championship against The New Day. In addition, heated rivals Sami Zayn and Intercontinental champion Kevin Owens came face-to-face on Miz TV, the League of Nations looked to shore up their credibility heading into Saturday night’s tag title match at WWE Roadblock, and Ryback threw down an interesting challenge. All in all, it looks like a pretty decent show (and from what I’ve read from people who’ve seen the overseas airing already, it mostly was, barring the odd segment or two). But if you can’t wait, check out the full spoilers below via Wrestling Observer/Figure Four Online:

WWE Smackdown Spoilers for 03-10-2016 Eight-Man Tag Team Match, Chris Jericho Interview

-The show opened with Miz TV with Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens. Owens tried to walk out and Neville showed up and then Miz attacked Zayn to set up a tag team match.

-Sami Zayn & Neville beat Owens & Miz. Owens walked out and Zayn pinned Miz.

-Brie Bella beat Summer Rae and then Lana attacked Brie and once again hit the X Factor on her.

-Chris Jericho came out and set fire to a Y2AJ T-shirt. Jericho said he hates people cheering Styles. Styles went after Jericho but The Ascension came out and Styles laid them both out.

-Wade Barrett & Sheamus beat Lucha Dragons when Barrett pinned Sin Cara.

-Ryback did an interview challenging U.S. champion Kalisto.

-Dean Ambrose & Dolph Ziggler & Usos beat The Wyatt Family when Ambrose pinned Rowan.

What do you think of this week’s spoilers? Sound off in the comments!

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