The Miz and John Morrison Hosted Miz TV with Jeff Hardy; Hardy def. Miz
Everyone ridiculing Hardy for his past struggles has gotten old by this point and Miz and Morrison doing that during Miz TV didn't pack a punch for me. Rather, it just made me want to see this storyline end so we can move on. On the bright side, the match that followed between Hardy and Miz was well-wrestled, though Miz looked like a loser (per usual) for not being able to put Hardy away even with the distraction from Sheamus on the big screen. By the way, it was officially announced that Hardy and Sheamus will meet in a Bar Fight at Extreme Rules. It's possible it exceeds expectations, but I'm not holding my breath.
WWE Women's Tag Team Champion Bayley and Sasha Banks def. Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross (Non-Title)
We've seen so much of Bayley against Bliss and Cross over the last year that I'm ready for the rivalry to be over. Bayley and Banks being on most of WWE's weekly shows doesn't help, no matter how entertaining they are at times. This was a decent match with the right finish. Bayley pinning Cross ahead of Extreme Rules was an odd decision seeing as how Bayley will likely be retaining her title at the event, but at least the champions didn't lose in non-title action again.
Naomi Won a Karaoke Showdown; Naomi def. Lacey Evans
With the massive amount of money FOX is reportedly paying WWE to air SmackDown, it's amazing the company would waste precious television time on garbage like this. It was completely pointless and not entertaining in the slightest. To be completely honest, everyone did poorly, but I appreciated their effort, nonetheless. I'm not sure if Evans has already returned to her heel roots if what happened afterward was any indication, but it didn't make me care about her match with Naomi either way.
SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Big e) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura and Cesaro Ended in a No Contest
After Cesaro and Nakamura teased tables last week on SmackDown, I assumed this would have a non-finish. Despite that, it made for a disappointing ending to the show. It was an enjoyable main event for the most part, but I hated the flat finish. What's worse is that nothing else on this episode was worthwhile, so I was hoping this match would end the evening on a high note. Needless to say, a rematch with a Tables stipulation is all but confirmed for Extreme Rules next weekend.
In addition to everything mentioned above, WWE also aired Braun Strowman vs. Bray Wyatt from Money in the Bank in its entirety. It didn't make me any more excited for their Swamp Fight at Extreme Rules than I was before, but I guess it was one way of killing television time. As for the rest of the show, it didn't feel like it dragged (at least in my opinion), but absolutely nothing of note happened outside of the tag team title main event. It's a shame the blue brand is already back in the doldrums after showing some promise last month. This was a totally forgettable episode.