This week's edition of Smackdown followed a Raw that had a "big announcement" that really wasn't that big of a deal. All that Triple H announcement did on Raw was set up the main event of that show, which was a win by Daniel Bryan over Seth Rollins. That set up the Bryan match against Roman Reigns at Fast Lane on February 22nd. Going into Smackdown, they continued that story. It was one of those episodes where they focused on those main two guys, had some decent midcard action and then a lot of short matches. They still started the show off with an interview segment with Miz hosting MizTV with Bryan and Reigns, but at least it was different than the typical Triple H promo to starts off Raw nearly every week. Before the discussion about this week's show begins, one thing that needs to be pointed out is that the commentary team is doing a really good job. Byron Saxton is very comfortable as the heel announcer although he's not over the top in what he says either. Jerry Lawler seems focused and not as annoying as he was on Raw. Michael Cole is still solid, but not spectacular. It's a good trio that is easy to listen to for two hours. There were seven matches on this show. Last week there were only four matches. Here are the results: Dolph Ziggler & Ryback d. Goldust & Stardust Dean Ambrose d. Curtis Axel Fandango d. Adam Rose Roman Reigns d. The Miz Rusev d. Erick Rowan Paige d. Alicia Fox Daniel Bryan d. Seth Rollins, Joey Mercury & Jamie Noble Here are four ups and four downs from this week's Smackdown.