The July 15, 2004 Edition of Smackdown is a Professional wrestling television show of World Wrestling Entertainment, which took place on July 13, 2004 at the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island.
- Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
- (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
- WWE Cruiserweight Champion Rey Mysterio Jr. & Spike Dudley defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. & Jamie Noble at 5:48 when Spike defeated Noble after Bubba Ray Dudley kicked Noble in the groin from behind as D-Von Dudley distracted the referee; after the bout, Spike yelled at his brothers from the ring after realizing what had taken place
- Booker T, Rene Dupree, & Kenzo Suzuki defeated John Cena in a handicap elimination match at 13:04; Suzuki was disqualified at 6:58 after choking Cena as Cena was tied upside down in the corner; Cena defeated Dupree with a roll up at 7:54 after Dupree hit the post head-first following a slingshot; Booker defeated Cena with the scissors kick after Luther Reigns came ringside and sent Cena head-first into the ring post
- WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion Paul London (w/ WWE Smackdown! Tag Team Champion Billy Kidman) defeated D-Von Dudley (w/ Bubba Ray Dudley) with a roll up and bridge at 3:04 after Kidman pulled Bubba Ray off the apron, dropping his jaw against the apron, as Bubba tried to hold onto D-Von to prevent the roll up
- WWE World Champion John Bradshaw Layfield defeated Eddie Guerrero in a steel cage match at 28:48 by escaping over the top after a man dressed as El Gran Luchador climbed into the ring and prevented Eddie from leaving over the top; after the bout, El Gran was able to climb out of the ring but Eddie pulled the mask off to reveal him as Kurt Angle; late in the contest, Eddie hit a frog splash off the top of the cage onto the champion
- Included Booker T, Kenzo Suzuki, and Rene Dupree arguing in the ring over who should be the next US Champion, with John Cena coming out to cut a promo on all three men before going backstage to find Smackdown! GM Kurt Angle
- Moments later, Cena was jumped by Luther Reigns in Angle's office before throwing Reigns through the wall
- Cena was eventually held back by officials
- Included a vignette on John Heidenreich in which Paul Heyman was shown to be his new manager
- Included a Summer Slam 'Olympics' ad featuring Chavo Guerrero Sr.
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