WWE Survivor Series Results
November 24, 2019
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
A video plays highlighting all the matches for tonight. We go into the arena to see a big pyrotechnics display.
Lacey Evans of SmackDown, Sarah Logan from Raw, and Toni Storm from NXT start off. Evans takes them down and poses, but Logan and Storm give her a double-team flapjack. They knock Evans out of the ring. Nikki Cross from SmackDown tags in and knees Storm. Cross jumps on Logan’s back along with Storm, but Logan falls back on them. Logan covers both for a two count. Cross chops Logan, but Logan catches her. Storm then gives Logan a German Suplex, and Cross gets slammed in the interim.
Carmella, Kairi Sane, and Io Shirai tag in. Shirai and Sane shove Carmella, so she tags in Dana Brooke. Sane takes Shirai down with a head-scissor, but Shirai comes back with a kick and a low dropkick to the head. Sane hits Shirai with an Alabama Slam. Brooke comes up and tries to roll Sane up for a one count. Brooke goes to the top rope and hits a senton bomb on Sane and Shirai for near falls. Evans tags in, and she hits Sane with a double-team move with Brooke. Candice LeRae from NXT tags in and punches away at Evans. Asuka tags in, but LeRae sidesteps her. LeRae hits a climbing senton splash on Asuka before hitting a diving STO on Evans for a near fall. Rhea Ripley comes in to a nice ovation. Ripley knocks Evans off the apron, but Asuka quickly locks her in an arm bar. Bianca Belair breaks it up. Natalya clotheslines Belair, so Cross comes in and gives Natalya neckrbeaker. Shirai with a dropkick, Flair with a spear, LeRae with a dropkick, Carmella with a spear… it all finishes with Banks hitting a backstabber to stand alone in the ring.
The match comes to a halt as Shirai and LeRae appear to be injured and are helped out by ringside doctors.
It’s Ripley, Flair, and Banks in the ring, but nothing happens. Belair, Cross, and Logan tag in instead. Belair rolls Cross up with her feet on the ropes to eliminate her.
Nikki Cross has been eliminated.
Belair viciously slams Carmella down, but Carmella gets to the ropes. Logan attacks Belair and throws her out of the ring. Logan then comes off the apron with diving knees on Storm and Ripley. Logan puts Belair in the ring, but Belair quickly gets up and slams her. Belair knocks Asuka off the apron and connects with a standing moonsault on Logan, but Natalya stops it. Logan covers Belair for a two count. Belair quickly forearms Logan down and goes to the top rope for a 450 splash! Logan is eliminated!
Sarah Logan has been eliminated.
Flair comes in the ring and tells Belair to “kiss my ass.” Belair applies a waistlock, so Flair elbows her in the face. Belair elbows her back, but Flair takes her down. Carmella rolls Flair up for a two count. Flair eventually boots Carmella off the apron. Belair rolls Flair up for a two count. Flair gives Belair a backbreaker and boots her back. Flair goes to the top rope, but Carmella cuts her off. Carmella goes for a head-scissor takeover, but Flair counters into a powerbomb attempt. Carmella counters and hits a super hurricanrana that lands Flair on Belair. Carmella covers both, but they kick out. Carmella screams in frustration. Carmella pulls on Belair’s ponytail and kicks her for a two count. Flair immediately hits Carmella with Natural Selection for the elimination.
Carmella has been eliminated.
Raw is left with 4 women, SmackDown has 3, and NXT has 3. Banks, Storm, and Sane tag in. Banks takes Sane down and hits the ropes, but Storm boots her. Sane flattens Storm with a strike combo before going to the top rope for an InSane Elbow, but Banks breaks it up with a meteora. Banks then pins Sane for the elimination.
Kairi Sane has been eliminated.
Asuka enters the match and wildly kicks away at everyone. Asuka hits Storm with a bulldog while giving Banks a clothesline. Brooke tags in, but Asuka viciously kicks her down for the elimination.
Dana Brooke has been eliminated.
Flair blind tags in, and Asuka is furious. They get into a shoving match before Flair takes her down. Evans tags in and goes to attack Flair, but Flair just chops her back. Flair hits an exploder suplex into the corner before strutting. Asuka then turns Flair around and spits mist into her own captain’s eyes! Flair tries to wipe the mist away. Asuka leaves the match. Evans hits Flair with a Woman’s Right for the elimination.
Charlotte Flair has been eliminated.
It’s only Natalya left for Raw. Natalya rolls Evans up for a near fall. Evans kicks Natalya and sends her to the corner. Evans elbows Storm away, but Natalya quickly spikes her on her tailbone. Storm dropkicks Evans, and Natalya hits Storm with a clothesline. Natalya then rolls Evans up for the elimination.
Lacey Evans has been eliminated.
It’s one left for Raw and SmackDown each. NXT has three left. Storm attacks Banks and goes for a slam on Natalya. Natalya counters into a Sharpshooter on Storm. Banks also applies the Bank Statement. Storm taps out.
Toni Storm has been eliminated.
Belair comes in, but Natalya and Banks hit her with the Hart Attack for the elimination.
Bianca Belair has been eliminated.
It’s down to Natalya from Raw, Banks from SmackDown, and Ripley from NXT. They stare at Ripley, but Banks attacks Natalya for the elimination.
Natalya has been eliminated.
Team Raw is officially out of this match. It’s down to Banks and Ripley. They get into a trash talking match before Ripley unloads with right hands. Ripley slams Banks down and connects with a dropkick for a near fall. Banks comes back with a tornado DDT attempt, but Ripley counters. Banks applies a sleeper hold to counter the counter, but Ripley slams her off. Banks takes her down and hits double knees in the corner on Ripley. Banks knees Ripley in the face a few times before going to the second rope for a meteora, but Ripley kicks out. Banks cannot believe it. An “NXT” chant picks up. Banks takes Ripley down and shouts, “SmackDown!” Banks goes to the top rope for another meteora, but Ripley big boots her out of mid-air. Ripley stomps her and applies a powerful inverted cloverleaf. Banks gets out and applies the Bank Statement. Ripley tries for the ropes, but Banks captures the arm.
Candice LeRae and Io Shirai run down. They haven’t been eliminated yet apparently. They pull Ripley out of the ring. Banks takes them out with a baseball slide. Ripley sends Banks into the barricade before putting her in the ring. Banks gets out of a Riptie and knees her in the face. Shirai gets on the apron and grabs Banks’ hair, but she’s punched off. LeRae distracts the referee while Shirai hits a springboard dropkick. Ripley follows up with a Riptide on Banks for the win!
Winners by Pinfall: Team NXT
Including the Kickoff Show, NXT is up 2-1-1. Team NXT celebrates on the stage.
Footage is shown from last night’s NXT TakeOver: WarGames III when Kevin Owens joined Team Ciampa in WarGames.
Kevin Owens is shown backstage looking at a Raw wristband. Seth Rollins walks up to him and gets booed. Owens asks if he’s here to stare at him or help. Rollins says the whole world saw what Owens did. It was a big moment for Owens and NXT. Rollins wants to know where Owens’ loyalty lies: with Raw or NXT? Owens says he wanted to get even with the Undisputed ERA after what they did to him on Raw. Owens loves NXT, but NXT doesn’t need him. Monday Night Raw desperately needs Kevin Owens. Tonight, he’s Team Raw… but Rollins questioning his loyalty and history… does he have to remind Rollins of his history. Owens then extends his hand in The Shield’s pose before walking off.
Champion vs. Champion vs. Champion
WWE Intercontinental Champion Shinsuke Nakamura w/ Sami Zayn vs. NXT North American Champion Roderick Strong vs. WWE United States Champion AJ Styles
Styles and Nakamura double-team Strong to start. Strong comes back, but Styles soon dropkicks him down. Styles hits Strong and Nakamura with diving clotheslines in the corner. Strong quickly counters with a backbreaker on Styles before kicking Nakamura. Strong then hits another backbreaker on Nakamura. Strong hits a Wrecking Ball Dropkick on Nakamura before countering Styles trying a plancha. Styles quickly hits him with a knee. Styles gets Nakamura in the ring and goes for a springboard, but Nakamura sweeps the feet. Nakamura knees away at him before choking Styles in the corner. Nakamura kicks Strong off the apron. Nakamura then gives Strong a suplex into the ring. Nakamura takes Styles down and hits a double knee drop, but Strong breaks up the pin. Nakamura knees Styles on the top rope and knocks him to the floor. Strong quickly catches Nakamura with a gutbuster for a near fall. Strong picks Nakamura up and stretches him out. Nakamura eventually gets out. Styles then comes up and applies a sleeper hold to Strong. Strong fights up, so Styles sends Strong into Nakamura. Styles reapplies the chin lock. Strong fights out and hits Styles with some running forearms before slamming him down. Strong covers, but Styles kicks out.
Styles fights back Strong and Nakamura. Nakamura soon hits Styles with a vicious knee for a near fall. Strong attacks Nakamura, but Nakamura takes him down with an axe kick before kneeing him in the face for a two count. Styles broke up the pin. Styles avoids a kick from Nakamura before hitting an ushigoroshi for a near fall. Styles goes for a Styles Clash on Nakamura, but Strong dropkicks him. Strong hits an Olympic Slam on Styles before powerbombing him for a near fall. Strong stomps Styles in the corner. Nakamura goes for a Tower of Doom, but he’s fought off. Styles gets Strong in the electric chair, and Nakamura hits a diving kick on Strong. Strong holds his knee in pain after Nakamura lands on it. Styles breaks up the pin.
Nakamura kicks Styles to the floor. Styles quickly stops Nakamura from hitting a Kinshasa. Sami Zayn sends Styles into the steel steps. Strong then knees Nakamura in the face for a near fall. Nakamura soon lifts Strong and hits a GTS. The “CM Punk” chants lightly start up. Styles takes Nakamura out with a forearm. Strong elbows Styles, and Nakamura kicks Strong. Nakamura takes Styles down, and Strong kicks away at Nakamura. Styles turns Strong inside out with a clothesline, and Nakamura takes him down. Nakamura slams Strong onto Styles before hitting a Kinshasa on Strong, but Styles breaks up the pin. Nakamura kicks Styles, and Styles responds with a Pelé Kick. Nakamura knees Styles down before hitting a Michinoku Driver for a near fall. Styles surprises him with a Styles Clash attempt, but Nakamura gets out. Styles hits a Phenomenal Forearm on Nakamura. Strong throws Styles out of the ring and covers Nakamura for the win!
Winner by Pinfall: Roderick Strong
It’s NXT with 3, Raw with 1, and SmackDown with 1.
Daniel Bryan is shown warming up backstage when The Miz comes up to him. Miz says they don’t like each other, but they’re professionals. There’s normal competitors and then there’s The Fiend. It’s pure evil. For the sake of their families, Bryan needs to put a stop to The Fiend. Bryan tells him to get out of his face.
Michael Cole will call the next match since Mauro Ranallo blew his voice out last night at NXT TakeOver: WarGames III.
Pete Dunne vs. Adam Cole (c)
Footage is shown of the hellacious bump Adam Cole took off the top of the WarGames cage from last night’s show.
They start off with some lockups before Dunne attacks the injured ribs of Cole. Dunne goes for some joint manipulation and stomps Cole’s arm on the steel steps. Cole soon makes a comeback and stomps away at him. Cole takes Dunne down, but he’s too hurt to follow up. Cole attacks the injured leg of Dunne. Cole applies a knee bar before slamming it. Dunne quickly comes back with an X-Plex. Dunne punches Cole back and chops the chest. Cole reverses a whip to the corner, but Dunne backflips over him and connects with an enzugiri. Dunne stomps the hands and hits a sit-out powerbomb for a near fall. Cole rolls out of the ring in pain. Dunne goes to the second rope and connects with a moonsault block to the floor. Both men are in too much pain to follow up.
Dunne eventually gets Cole in the ring, but Cole kicks him in the knee. Dunne quickly takes him down and kicks him in the back of the head. Cole gets his knees up to counter a splash and connects with the Last Shot for a near fall. Dunne avoids the Panama Sunrise and hits a forearm. Cole knocks him back, but Dunne turns him inside out with a clothesline. Dunne sets up for a move, but Cole counters into a modified ushigoroshi for a near fall. Dunne soon tries for a cross arm breaker, but Cole rolls him up for a two count. Dunne all of a sudden hits the Bitter End for a near fall. Dune kicks Cole and wildly chops the chest. Dunne strikes him a few times before going for a moonsault, but Cole superkicks him out of mid-air for a near fall! Cole goes to the second rope and leaps, but Dunne hits a forearm before slamming him down for a near fall.
They’re on the apron. Cole tries to pick Dunne up, but his back gives out. Dunne tries to pick him up, but his knee gives out. Cole then hits Panama Sunrise on the apron! Unreal! The crowd finally wakes up. Dunne beats the count-out, but he immediately eats a superkick for a near fall. Dunne goes to grab his mouthguard, which is on the mat, but Cole stomps the hand. Dunne grabs Cole’s fingers and snaps them. Cole counters the Bitter End into the Panama Sunrise. Cole quickly follows up with the Bitter End for the win!
Winner by Pinfall and still NXT Champion: Adam Cole
Adam Cole celebrates with the Undisputed ERA on the stage.
Video Package: WWE teams with UNICEF in the classroom
King Corbin is shown talking with Team SmackDown backstage.
Video Package: WWE Championship
WWE Universal Championship
Daniel Bryan vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt (c)
The red light is back. The bell rings, and Bryan immediately hits some corner dropkicks. Bryan backs up, and The Fiend turns him inside out with a clothesline. The Fiend kicks Bryan in the head a few times before sending him into the ropes for a head-butt. Bryan rolls out of the ring to recover. Wyatt sends Bryan into the barricade before whipping him into the ring post. Wyatt connects with a senton splash on the floor and shots, “Remember me!” Wyatt puts Bryan in the ring and attacks him before hitting a one-armed slam. Wyatt hits a release suplex before going to a neck vice. Wyatt then snaps the neck. Bryan rolls out of the ring to recover. Wyatt punches Bryan and charges, but Bryan sidesteps him and sends him into the ring steps. Bryan goes for a suicide dive. Wyatt catches him, but Bryan drives him into the ring post. Bryan then hits a flying knee off the apron. Bryan goes to the top rope and dives to the floor onto Wyatt. Bryan holds his head in pain.
Bryan gets The Fiend in the ring and connects with a missile dropkick. Bryan hits another missile dropkick, but The Fiend keeps getting up. Bryan kicks away at the chest of The Fiend before kicking him in the head. Wyatt immediately no sells it. Bryan does the YES Kicks again and kicks him in the head. The Fiend sits up again and appears to be laughing. Bryan does the YES Kicks again and kicks him in the head. The Fiend stumbles, so Bryan kicks him in the head a few times. Bryan hits the Busaiku Knee Kick for a near fall.
The crowd is chanting for Bryan. The Fiend rises behind him. The Fiend tosses him back, but Bryan boots him back. Bryan is on the middle rope, but The Fiend applies the Mandible Claw. Bryan applies an arm bar to get out. Bryan comes off the top rope, but The Fiend punches him. Bryan gets out of Sister Abigail, but The Fiend soon catches him with the Mandible Claw for the win.
Winner by Pinfall and still WWE Universal Champion: “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt