WWE SmackDown continued in style on its exclusive new home in the UK and Ireland with an action-packed show full of pulsating matches and shock returns.
Roman Reigns gave King Corbin a taste of his own medicine in a big way as he enforced a dog-food stipulation for his clash with his rival on Friday Night SmackDown.
It was a great night for Braun Strowman as he finally got his hands on a WWE singles title by seeing off Shinsuke Nakamura for the WWE Intercontinental Championship.
Elsewhere, The Miz and John Morrison showed their credentials as they earned a SmackDown Tag Team Title match against The New Day.
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The Miz & John Morrison defeated Heavy Machinery, The Revival and The Lucha House Party
With the chance to fight for a WWE SmackDown Tag Team Title up for grabs, The Miz & John Morrison took on Heavy Machinery, The Lucha House Party and The Revival in a Fatal 4-Way Tag Team match.
With the ability to tag in anyone, not just your teammates, The Revival looked set to claim a win but Morrison stepped in with a Starship Pain to earn himself and The Miz a match against The New Day.
Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross defeated Mandy Rose & Sonya Deville
Fresh from accepting a date with Otis for Valentine's Day, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville joined forces to clash with Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross.
In a fiery affair, Cross caught Rose with the Swinging Neckbreaker and she finished off God's Greatest Creation with a Twisted Bliss to secure the win.
Braun Strowman defeated Shinsuke Nakamura to win the Intercontinental Title
It had been a long time coming but Braun Strowman finally got his hands on a WWE singles title when he made the most of his opportunity against Shinsuke Nakamura.
After seeing off Sami Zayn and Cesaro at ringside, Strowman was also made to battle against constant intervention from The Great Liberator and Swiss Cyborg.
And he did so in dramatic fashion as The King of Strong Style attempted to smash Strowman's head on a turnbuckle, Strowman responded and did the same to Nakamura to finish him off and claim the Intercontinental Title.
Sheamus defeated Shorty G
After Sheamus' quick start against Shorty G at the Royal Rumble, Shorty G wasn't messing around and got the jump on his opponent before this contest had truly began.
But Sheamus showed remarkable durability to withstand a moonsault before finishing his rival off with a Brogue Kick for an emphatic victory.
John Morrison beat Kofi Kingston
After overcoming Big E last week in his first WWE match in eight years, John Morrison took on Kofi Kingston in an attempt to defeat both SmackDown Tag Team Champions in two weeks’ time and continue his comeback in style heading into the Royal Rumble Match.
The A-Lister triumphed during a match in which both superstars displayed their athleticism.
Roman Reigns & The Usos defeated King Corbin, Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode
After adding in the stipulation that the loser must eat dog food, Roman Reigns & The Usos took on King Corbin, Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode in the main event of this special Super SmackDown.
It was an intense contest from the start as both sides went at it throughout, neither wanting anything to do with the disgusting forfeit that could befall them if they lose.
Reigns and The Usos would eventually wear down Corbin and company's best though and Corbin's revolting fate was sealed when he was caught by a rollup to taste a bitter defeat.
What followed was unsavoury to say the least as The Big Dog lived up to his name, covering a tied-up Corbin with dog food.
Move of the night
Not so much one move as a series of moves, but Nikki Cross was on fire on Friday Night SmackDown!
Moment of the show
The moment you realise you are going to be covered in dog food...
Quote of the show
“Sis, you ain't never beat me"
Naomi delivers some sass to the SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley before tempers spilled over.
How social media reacted
Strowman sent out a message to his competitors after winning the WWE Intercontinental Title.
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