WWE SmackDown Results 3/29 - Jade Cargill Appears, Bianca Belair Takes On Dakota Kai & More

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "WWE SmackDown" on March 29, 2024, coming to you live from the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut!

After news broke that she had signed a contract to become an official member of the "SmackDown" roster, Jade Cargill will be appearing before the WWE Universe tonight for the first time since with something on her mind to share. Cargill's only match in WWE to date is competing in the 2024 Women's Royal Rumble, in which she ultimately lost to eventual winner Bayley.


Speaking of Bayley, she will be facing IYO SKY for the Women's Championship at WrestleMania 40. Before that match takes place, however, SKY's Damage CTRL teammate Dakota Kai will be going head-to-head with Bianca Belair. While Belair has been wary of Bayley's intentions over the past few weeks, she came face-to-face with Kai last week after she looked to help her friend Naomi (who has been more trusting of Bayley) fend off an attack from Damage CTRL last week.

New Day, Awesome Truth, #DIY, and titleholders Finn Balor and Damian Priest of Judgment Day will be competing in the Undisputed Tag Team Championship Six-Pack Ladder Challenge at WrestleMania. Tonight, the final two teams to enter will be revealed, as New Catch Republic takes on Legado Del Fantasma's Berto and Angelo while Grayson Waller and Austin Theory face The Street Profits. New Catch Republic and Legado Del Fantasma defeated Pretty Deadly and LWO respectively to earn themselves their spots in their matches two weeks ago, and The Profits and Waller and Theory emerged victorious over Authors of Pain and The OC last week.


Speaking of Pretty Deadly, they look to redeem themselves from their Six-Pack Ladder Challenge Qualfier loss tonight as they square off with Randy Orton and Kevin Owens. While Orton and Owens have been allies over the past few weeks as their issues with the aforementioned Waller and Theory continue to boil over, they will be opponents at WrestleMania when they both challenge Logan Paul for the United States Championship.

Additionally, Paul, Jimmy Uso, and LA Knight are all advertised to be in town on WWE's event page.

We are live! Wade Barrett and Corey Graves greet audiences at home before throwing it to a video of The Rock's attack on Cody Rhodes in the closing moments of Monday's "Raw".

Randy Orton and Kevin Owens then make their way down to the ring. Pretty Deadly follows.

Pretty Deadly vs. Randy Orton and Kevin Owens

Owens and Wilson begin the action. The bell rings and Owens wastes no time firing off right hands on Wilson. He follows it up with a back elbow and a senton, then tags in Orton. Prince tags in, and Orton lands a right hand in the corner on him. He follows it up with a headbutt, then rains down more right hands and whips him into the opposite corner. Wilson tags in and Orton sends him crashing to the outside. Prince sends Orton out there to join him, and Wilson sends him crashing into the ring steps. Prince then sends Orton crashing on top of the announce desk.


Back from the break, Owens and Prince tag in. Owens fires off right hands on Prince, then delivers a kick to his face and turns him inside out with a clothesline. He follows it up with an Atomic Drop and a DDT, then ascends to the top and delivers a Swanton Bomb. Prince gets his knees up, and Wilson pulls Orton off the apron. Orton sends Wilson's face bouncing off the announce desk, then clears it. Prince comes to Wilson's aid, and Logan Paul slides out from under the ring. He lands a right hand on Owens in the ring as the referee is distracted by the commotion on the outside. Prince slides back in the ring, and pins Owens for the win.

Winners: Pretty Deadly

After the match, Orton yells at Owens and asks him what happens. However, he gets an answer when a video showing what Paul just did begins playing on the Titan Tron. Orton hops out of the ring and looks under the apron to find Paul. He fires off right hands on him, then sends his face bouncing off the barricade and gets him on top of the announce desk. He fires off right hands on him, but Pretty Deadly begins going after Orton and beating him down. Owens comes to Orton's aid and lands a Stunner on Prince. Orton then delivers an RKO to Wilson, and stares down Paul on the outside. He chases him to the back through the crowd, and Owens meets them up on the ramp. Paul keeps running, and steals a car before he drives off.


Back from the break, we head over to a video of IYO SKY discussing her time with Bayley in Damage CTRL. She says that Bayley recruited her and Dakota Kai so that she could take the credit for their hard work. She says Bayley loves to play victim, and calls he rhypocritical. She says that she made Bayley relevant again, and while both she and Kai stood by her side, they grew tired. She says she did what had to be done, and says there was a time that Bayley was a friend. She says she will always regret that time, and says she hopes she never sees Bayley again after WrestleMania. The producer tells SKY that they're finished, but Bayley appears out of nowhere and attacks SKY. She tosses one of the lights onto her, then goes crashing through the backdrop with her. Officials then appear to separate them.

Back at ringside, Nick Aldis is waiting in the ring.

We Hear From Jade Cargill

Aldis asks Uncasville who is ready for WrestleMania, then says he's had one goal as "SmackDown" General Manager: to make "SmackDown" the number one show in all of sports entertainment. He says the acquisition of the following Superstar makes him closer to that goal and introduces Jade Cargill.


Cargill's music hits and she makes her way down to the ring. Cargill signs the contract in Aldis' hand to make her officially part of "SmackDown", then takes the mic he hands her. Cargill says it's about damn time, then says now that pen has been put to paper, she'll make herself crystal clear. She says WWE has one of the best women's rosters in the world, but they aren't her, they aren't the headline, and they aren't a once in a lifetime Superstar. She then provides a weather update and says the storm has arrived.

Back from the break, we see Isla Dawn talk fast to Nick Aldis about ideas she has for her and Alba Fyre's entrance, but Fyre drags her away. AJ Styles then appears and asks Aldis if he kept his word and made sure LA Knight was not in the arena tonight. Aldis confirms that he did.


Back at ringside, A-Town Down Under makes their way down to the ring. The Street Profits follow.

A-Town Down Under vs. The Street Profits in a WrestleMania Six-Pack Ladder Challenge Qualifier Match

Waller and Ford begin the action as Damian Priest and Finn Balor watch from backstage. The bell rings and the two lock up. Ford lands a back elbow, but Waller clocks him and tags in Theory. A-Town Down Under looks to land a double suplex, but Ford escapes and tags out to Dawkins. Waller sends Ford crashing to the outside with a right hand, but Dawkins surprises him with a shoulder tackle that sends him crashing over the announce desk.


Back from the break, Waller looks to fly off the middle rope, but Dawkins catches him and plants him with a suplex. Theory and Ford tag in, and Ford delivers a back elbow to him off the top rope. He follows it up with a shoulder tackle and a clothesline, then plants him with a back suplex and a standing moonsault. He goes for a pin, but Theory kicks out. Dawkins tags in and gets Theory in an Electric Chair position as Ford ascends to the top. Ford delivers a blockbuster, and Dawkins goes for a pin. Waller breaks the fall and dumps Ford out of the ring, but Dawkins clocks him. Theory rolls up Dawkins, but Dawkins kicks out.

Theory delivers a jawbreaker off the top rope and looks for a rolling Stunner, but Dawkins counters into a spinebuster. Ford tags in and begins to ascend to the top, but becomes distracted when he sees Bobby Lashley and B-Fab laid out in their dressing room on the Titan Tron. Karrion Kross and Scarlett are seen leaving, taking their champagne with them, and Dawkins begins storming to the back. Ford ascends to the top and looks to land a Frog Splash, but Theory counters into a pinfall for the win.


Winners: A-Town Down Under

After the match, the Authors of Pain blindside The Profits as Kross, Scarlett, and Paul Ellering march down to the ring. AOP delivers the Supercollider to The Profits. Bobby Lashley marches down to the ring as officials try to stop him, then clocks Kross. AOP double team on him, and Kross berates Lashley.

Legado Del Fantasma then makes their way down to the ring.

LWO and Legado Del Fantasma Come Face To Face

Santos Escobar says he hates to be, but he told fans so. He gloats about putting Rey Mysterio on the shelf for months and beating him last week, then introduces Dominik Mysterio. Dominik's music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. Escobar thanks Dominik foe helping him win last week, and says while they didn't see eye-to-eye at first, he was ultimately right. He then hugs Dominik, and Dominik says he will do everything in his power to make his deadbeat's father's life a living hell. Escobar says Rey always turns his back on the people he loves the most.


Rey Mysterio's music hits, and he makes his way down to the ring along with the rest of LWO. Rey tells Dominik he thought he was done fighting him, but Escobar dragged him into the issues between LWO and Legado Del Fantasma. He says it's a divine intervention that the two men he hates the most are in front of him because he can beat some respect into them both, then challenges Dominik and Escobar to a tag team match at WrestleMania with a partner of his choosing. Dominik asks which of the "dorks" from LWO will be Rey's tag team partner, and Rey says it will be the newest member of LWO: Dragon Lee.

Lee's music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. Zelina Vega and Elektra Lopez then get in one another's faces, and Lopez mocks Vega. Vega slaps Lopez, leading to the two stables brawling with one another. Carlito and Dominik brawl in the center of the ring as Rey dumps Escobar to the outside. Dominik looks to dial it up for the 619 on Rey, but Carlito sends Dominik crashing out of the ring and Lee delivers a senton off the top rope to level Legado Del Fantasma on the outside. 


We then head backstage and see Naomi wish Bianca Belair good luck on her upcoming match with Dakota Kai later tonight. The two then make up about their argument over Bayley last week. 

Back at ringside, New Catch Republic makes their way out. 

Back from the break, we see Dominik Mysterio apologize to an angry Judgment Day for not informing them about joining forces with Legado Del Fantasma.

New Catch Republic vs. Legado Del Fantasma in a WrestleMania Six-Pack Ladder Challenge Qualifier Match

Back at ringside, the bell has rung and Berto tags in. Berto lands a right hand on Dunne's spine, then tags Angel back in. Angelo delivers a kick to Dunne's midsection as Finn Balor and Damian Priest watch the action from backstage. Dunne begins wearing down Angel's fingers, then tags in Bate. Bate delivers a back elbow to Angel and a knee to his face, then follows it up with an uppercut off the middle rope. He hits the now legal Berto with a standing moonsault and a hurricanrana that sends him crashing out of the ring. He then flies off the top rope and over Dunne to level both Angel and Berto on the outside.


Back from the break, Bate tags in and gets Berto up on his soldiers. Berto tags out to Angel, and Angel helps out Berto. Berto then powerbombs Bate, and Angelo follows it up with a springboard moonsault. Berto sits Bate on the top rope, then tags in Angel. Angel and Berto send Bate crashing off the top rope and Angel goes for a pin, but Dunne breaks the fall. Dunne and Berto then begin brawling, but Angel takes out Dunne. Bate lands a strike on Berto, then tags in Bate. New Catch Republic then delivers the Birmingham Hammer for the win.

Winner: New Catch Republic

We head over to a video showing what happened in the closing moments of Monday's episode of "Raw".

We then head over to a message from The Bloodline.


Back at ringside, AJ Styles makes his way down.

We Hear From AJ Styles

Styles says it's been a little over a week, and blames fans for being the reason LA Knight came to his house and attacked him in his front yard. He says he has big plans for LA Knight, and he wants the biggest possible. He says although Nick Aldis promised LA Knight isn't in the arena, he still thinks it is. He says Knight could be anywhere, and kicks the cameraman standing in the ring out. A masked person jumps the barricade, and Styles calls on security. He takes off the man's mask to reveal a random person, and demands security drag him away.


The camera pans out to reveal Knight in disguise as a security guard. He takes off his hat, wig, and glasses, then attacks Knight and fires off stomps on him in the corner. He then delivers a running knee and grabs a chair. Styles rolls out of the ring and retreats through the crowd.

Knight then grabs a mic and stands up on the announce desk. He tells Styles that he's the biggest piece of human walking waste he's ever seen. He tells Styles to run, hide, and do whatever else he needs because he will know whose game it is at WrestleMania with everybody saying his name.

Bianca Belair then makes her way down to the ring. Dakota Kai follows.

Bianca Belair vs. Dakota Kai

The bell rings and the two waste no time. Belair tosses Kai across the ring, then lands a shoulder on her midsection and tosses her across the ring once again. She follows it up with a pair of suplexes and looks for a third one, but Kai escapes and rocks Belair with a knee to the side of her head.


Back from the break, Belair fights her way out of a sleeper hold Kai has locked in on her and lands a delayed vertical suplex. She rains down right hands on her in the corner, but Kai pulls on Belair's braid to escape. Belair delivers a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, then sends Kai crashing into the mat face first and looks to land a springboard moonsault. Kai avoids it and pulls on Belair's braid, but Belair looks to land a springboard moonsault for a second time and delivers it.

Kai stomps on Belair's spine, then mocks her and lands a series of kicks. Belair trips Kai and delivers a double ax handle to her spine before the pair go back and forth exchanging right hands. Kai delivers a Scorpion Kick to Belair and looks to land a running boot, but Belair moves out of the way and sets up for the KOD. Kai escapes and Belair catches her with a superplex, then follows it up with a Spear and the KOD for the win.


Winner: Bianca Belair

After the match, Asuka and Kairi Sane immediately appear and begin attacking Belair. Naomi runs down to even the odds and beats down both Sane and Asuka. She lands a kick on Asuka, but Sane gains the upper hand and begins beating down Naomi with Asuka. Belair looks to help Naomi, but Kai, Asuka, and Sane overpower her and continue beating down her and Belair. Jade Cargill's music hits and she slowly makes her way down to the ring. She lands a pump kick on Asuka, then delivers a powerbomb to Kai, and hits Jaded to Sane. She stands tall with Belair and Naomi in the ring as the show goes off the air.