Tuesday night WWE had their "Friday Night Smackdown" tapings in Knoxville, Tennessee for their April 19 "Smackdown" broadcast. WWE and Vince McMahon continue to enhance their post "WrestleMania 29" story lines, but will they be able continue the momentum created by the post WrestleMania "Monday Night Raw" crowd at New Jersey's Izod Center? The main event for the evening featured a tag match between Mark Henry and the Big Show against Sheamus and Randy Orton. Meanwhile, Fandango once again made an appearance to try and continue the momentum created from his viral "Fandangoing" craze. Keep reading for the 4/19/13 spoilers for "Smackdown."
Fandango came out to open "Smackdown" and reportedly got a big pop from the crowd despite being a bad guy. Santino Marella came out and made fun of Fandango, but the former ballroom dancer made quick work of Marella defeating him by pinfall. In a non-title match, U.S. Champion Kofi Kingston defeated Intercontinental Champion Wade Barrett by pinfall.
Mark Henry was being interviewed backstage and this time Sheamus got his revenge and attacked Henry. Alberto Del Rio defeated Jack Swagger in what was described as a very good back and forth match. It looks as though the triple threat match between Del Rio, Swagger and Dolph Ziggler for the World Heavyweight Championship will take place at the "Extreme Rules" pay-per-view.
The Shield appeared on the titantron and cut a promo on the Undertaker. They talked about how the "Dead Man" has never been beaten at WrestleMania, but they have never been beaten period. In what seemed like a time filler match, the Great Khali, Hornswoggle, and Natalya defeated Primo, Epico, and Rosa Mendes.
The main event featured Mark Henry and Big Show versus Sheamus and Randy Orton in a tag team match. Big Show and Henry ended up winning after Show pinned Orton with a chokeslam. Henry versus Sheamus seems like it will definitely be happening for "Extreme Rules" and it looks as though Orton may face Big Show as well.© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.