WWE SmackDown Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from May 13

At WrestleMania Backlash, The Bloodline once again proved its dominance over WWE with a victory over Drew McIntyre and RK-Bro in a stellar six-man tag team main event.

Friday night, the unsatisfied Raw Tag Team champions Randy Orton and Riddle confronted SmackDown tag champs The Usos as they continued their battle for tag team supremacy in WWE.

RK-Bro kicked off Friday's show to a thunderous ovation before Randy Orton cut to the chase and called out Undisputed WWE universal champion Roman Reigns.

Instead of The Head of the Table, Sami Zayn interrupted and urged the Raw tag team champions to go back to their own brand.

A great start to the show that set up a face-to-face later in the night between the babyfaces and The Bloodline, as we saw via backstage vignette from Roman Reigns and The Usos.

Rousey refused to call her title the SmackDown Women's Championship, twice referring to it as the SmackDown World Championship Title.  Rodriguez woman-handling Rousey around the ring made for some impressive visuals that further sold the story.

Moss pitching a mixed tag team with Sasha Banks called Madcap Boss was the perfect dad joke. He remains one of the most underrated, underappreciated stars on the WWE roster. He can do it all and does not get nearly enough credit for it.

Banks sold her knee even as the babyfaces were mounting their comeback in a nice bit of continuity. Pat McAfee recalled Natalya's win over Cora Jade on NXT. By mentioning that, he helped build credibility for The Queen of Harts to anyone questioning whether she and Baszler had a chance at capturing the gold.

A week after dropping a Tables Match to Sheamus and Ridge Holland, thanks to interference from the returning Butch, Kofi Kingston squared off with the latter in singles competition. Woods hoisted Kingston on his shoulders and proceeded to play the trombone entering the commercial break.

The Bloodline ended the night's show by hitting the ring for a promo. Undisputed WWE universal champion Roman Reigns suggested there was no one left for him to conquer before RK-Bro made their presence felt again.

With limited options elsewhere, there is no act better suited to feud with The Bloodline right now than the Raw tag team champions.