WWE Survivor Series Full Results With Videos: November 24, 2019
The Brand vs. Brand rivalry in the WWE culminated last night in the form of the 33rd annual Survivor Series. The raucous crowd witnessed history where the NXT took part in a main-roster show for the first time. Apart from that, there were two huge title matches on the PPV that took place at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois. Check out the results,
Women’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match
Captain Sasha Banks, Carmella, Dana Brooke, Lacey Evans, Nikki Cross vs. Captain Rhea Ripley, Candice LeRae, Bianca Belair, Io Shirai, and Toni Storm vs. Captain Charlotte Flair, Sarah Logan, Natalya, WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Asuka, and Kairi Sane.
Eliminations took place in this match as given below,
Bianca Belair rolled up Nikki Cross with help from the rope for the first pinfall of the match.
Belair hit the 450-splash to eliminate Sarah Logan.
Charlotte Flair eliminated Carmella hitting the Natural Selection.
Sasha Banka pinned Kairi Sane after hitting with a Meteora.
Asuka kicked on the head of Dana Brooke to eliminate her.
Lacey Evans hit the Women’s Right on Charlotte Flair to eliminate her.
Natalya rolled up Lacey from behind for the next elimination.
Sasha Banks locked in the Bank Statement on Toni Storm to tap her out.
Banks and Natalya performed the Hart Attack on Bianca Belair to eliminate her.
One member from each brand was left in the match. Banks attacked Natalya from the back to eliminate her and thereby the whole Raw division. Banks had the Bank Statement locked in on Rhea when Candice LeRae and Io Shirai ran out.
Shirai hit a Springboard Drop-kick on Banks as Rhea hit the Riptide on Banks for the elimination and win this Survivor Series match.
Non-Title Triple Threat
WWE United States Champion AJ Styles vs. NXT North American Champion Roderick Strong vs. WWE Intercontinental Champion Shinsuke Nakamura
Styles and Nakamura went at each other at the finishing point of the matchup where the latte one delivered a knee to the face followed by a Michinoku Driver.
Styles delivered a Phenomenal Forearm on Nakamura but Roderick Strong came from the back and pushed AJ out of the ring to get the pinfall win on Nakamura at Survivor Series.
NXT Title Match Pete Dunne vs. Adam Cole (c)
The Survivor Series audience was thrilled to witness this back and forth contest where Cole hit a Panama Surprise on the apron on Dunne. Dunne survived the count-out but ate a Superkick.
Dunne tried to distract Cole by snapping his fingers. But Cole hit another Panama Surprise followed by the Bitter End to get the win.
WWE Universal Title Match
Daniel Bryan vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt (c)
Wyatt had the early control of the match by hitting a release suplex followed by a neck vice. Bryan hit a Missile Drop-kick and connected with some the YES kicks to counter. The Running Knee followed next but Wyatt kicked out. Sooner the champion locked in the Mandible Claw on Bryan to win the match via submission and retain his title at Survivor Series.
Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match
Captain Seth Rollins, Randy Orton, Ricochet, Kevin Owens, Drew McIntyre vs. Captain Tommaso Ciampa, Keith Lee, Matt Riddle, Damian Priest, WWE UK Champion WALTER vs. Captain Roman Reigns, Shorty G, Ali, King Baron Corbin, Braun Strowman
Walter was the first to get eliminated after eating a Claymore Kick from Drew McIntyre.
Kevin Owens hit a Frogsplash on Shorty G for the elimination.
Ciampa eliminated Owens after hitting a ring-draped DDT.
Randy Orton hit an RKO on Damien Priest for the next elimination.
Riddle rolled up Orton from the back to get the pinfall.
Orton hit Riddle with an RKO. Corbin then pinned Riddle for the elimination.
McIntyre hit a Claymore Kick on Braun Strowman to get him counted out of the match.
Corbin hit Ricochet with the End of Days for the elimination.
Rollins caught Ali with a Stomp for the pinfall.
Reigns caught Drew McIntyre with a sudden spear for the pinfall.
Reigns hit Corbin with another spear after a verbal war allowing Ciampa to cover and get the elimination.
Reigns and Rollins worked together to eliminate Ciampa after hitting with a Superman Punch and a Stomp.
Rollins, Reigns and Keith Lee from Raw, SmackDown and NXT remained in this Survivor Series match. Lee hit a Jackhammer to eliminate Rollins from the match! Lee hit Reigns with a Spirit Bomb but missed a Moonsault as Reigns hit the spear to get the win at Survivor Series.
No Holds Barred Match for the WWE Title
Rey Mysterio vs. Brock Lesnar (c)
Lesnar hit a German Suplex on Mysterio on the steel pipe to take control of the match. Dominick ran out to make the save by kicking Lesnar in the groin. Both Rey and Dominick hit Lesnar with 619 and frog-splash. Rey covered with Dominick on top of Lesnar, but he kicked out. Lesnar caught Mysterio with an F-5, right away to get the championship victory at Survivor Series.
Non-Title Triple Threat
RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch vs. NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler vs. SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley
Baszler neutralized Becky by sending her into the commentary table. Bayley clotheslined Baszler from behind but got locked into the Kirifuda Clutch. Bayley countered with a snapback suplex but Baszler applied the Clutch move again to get the submission win.
As a result, NXT prevails at Survivor Series. But Becky Lynch attacked Baszler after the match. Lynch jumped off the barricade with a double leg drop on Baszler through the announce table to end the show.
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