WWE Survivor Series 2020 Results

WWE Survivor Series 2020 Results Featuring Undertaker’s “Final Farewell”

The time has finally arrived for The Undertaker to give the WWE Universe his “Final Farewell.”

WWE Survivor Series 2020 is now upon us, as the WWE Universe returns inside a jam-packed ThunderDome in Orlando, Florida for the latest pay-per-view offering from World Wrestling Entertainment.

On tap for tonight’s show is a number of champion versus champion non-title showdowns, as well as the traditional five-on-five brand versus brand elimination matches and the highly-anticipated “Final Farewell” of The Undertaker, who makes his special 30th anniversary appearance tonight.

Featured below are complete WWE Survivor Series results from Sunday, November 22, 2020.


The WWE Survivor Series 2020 Kickoff Show is now officially underway as we shoot to a pre-show panel consisting of Jerry “The King” Lawler, Booker T, JBL, Peter Rosenberg and Charly Caruso.

The five-member panel introduce themselves and then immediately jump into some breakdowns of some of the matches in store for the WWE Universe this evening here at the WWE Survivor Series 2020 pay-per-view event.

30 Years Of The Deadman In WWE

After some early talk about the matches scheduled for this evening’s jam-packed special event, we head to a special elaborate video package looking at the legendary 30 years of The Undertaker in WWE leading up to tonight’s highly-anticipated “Final Farewell.” Some cool Metallica music plays while we watch the video package.

Panelists Share Undertaker Memories

We return from the video package and each of the panel members take some time to share their own personal memories with The Undertaker. Then, Caruso sends the broadcast backstage where Kayla Braxton is standing by with Paul Heyman.

Kayla Braxton Interviews Paul Heyman

Braxton asks Heyman about accusing WWE of false advertising by talking about a champion versus champion showdown between Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre because of his insistence that Reigns is a champion and McIntyre is merely a title-holder. She gives him the chance to take that statement back.

He asks if she is flirting with him and laughs it off. He says he’d rather double-down on that statement. He calls Reigns a real champion and McInryre a mere standin, an afterthought. He calls him a temporary place-holder in the history books for Raw and a babysitter for a belt. He says Roman Reigns MAKES the championship by bringing honor and prestige to it.

Shifting Gears To Traditional Elimination Matches

When we return from the backstage interview with Paul Heyman, the panel talk about his claims of Reigns being a champion and McIntyre not being a real champion like “The Tribal Chief.” After that, they switch gears to the women’s division.

The panel talks about the Team Raw vs. Team SmackDown traditional women’s elimination five-on-five showdown. We see some video highlights from recent weeks leading into tonight’s traditional elimination showdown and then the panel shares their thoughts on the match.

Now they talk about the late replacements with Natalya rounding out the fifth and final spot. They talk about the injuries changing things up and we see highlights of SmackDown this past Friday where Nattie defeated Tamina and was thrilled afterwards.

Bianca Belair Joins The Kickoff Show Panel

As they continue to talk, in walks Bianca Belair, who replaces Peter Rosenberg, which JBL jokes is an upgrade. Belair vows to show why she’s called the EST of WWE tonight in the traditional elimination match.

Natalya Joins The Kickoff Show Panel

Belair goes on to address the self-proclaimed team captain and runs down her quick thoughts on all of the members. As she wraps up her point, in walks Natalya who also sits in briefly here on the panel to talk about tonight’s matches.

Nattie is asked about the self-proclaimed captain of the team. Nattie claims she is, Belair claims she is. So everyone has a claim to the leader spot, apparently. Nattie brings up reasons why she should be the leader and why she is the best of all-time.

Belair claims Nattie calls herself the boat. Best of all time. She asks about any other boats and they bring up the Titanic. Belair asks how that one went. Everyone has a laugh and then things get tense between Nattie and Belair. Nattie does her clap for Best of all time and then shows off a big smile.

Belair mocks her with a clap of her own, prompting an “okay Miss thang!” from Nattie. The panel asks if they’re just having fun, and they claim they are.

Sami Zayn Joins Kickoff Panel

As they wrap that up they move on to talk about other matches as Peter Rosenberg re-joins the crew. We see Rikishi standing by backstage as Jey Uso is shown jumping up and down warming up.

After talking about the tag-team title match for tonight, they shift gears to discuss the I-C versus U.S. champion showdown between Sami Zayn and Bobby Lashley. On that note, Zayn walks up to the panel with a mic. He explains why they are focusing on the wrong things by talking so much about Lashley. He explains why he’s gonna win and then they cut him off to head to a commercial break.

R-Truth, Gobbeldy Gooker Joins Kickoff Panel

We’re back from the break and in walks WWE 24/7 Champion R-Truth. He knows where he is this time and he asks for some tape to be rolled as he wants to show his own tribute to The Undertaker.

With that said, the video of the infamous Gobbeldy Gooker segment from the 1990 Survivor Series is shown. It was long-rumored that Undertaker was at one point going to debut in the egg. He joked about egg-man fears in his first Broken Skull Sessions sit-down.

Gobbeldy Gooker Wins WWE 24/7 Title

After the video, the panelists try to explain to R-Truth why that video tribute made no sense. He tells them to explain that to his guest and in walks the Gobbedly Gooker himself!

Now the two get into a scuffle and Gobbeldy Gooker trips Truth up and covers him. 1-2-3. We have a new WWE 24/7 Champion! One of Gooker’s feet fell off, which the panel addresses. Truth chases the new 24/7 Champion to the back.

Dual Brand Battle Royal

We return from the break to the announce team at ringside welcoming us to the Kickoff Show dual brand battle royal. Out comes Rey Mysterio to the ring, which is already full of Raw and SmackDown stars.

Mr. Money in the Bank, The Miz, makes his way out next who is accompanied by John Morrison, the two stop to pose in their slow motion entrance beforing continuing to the ring. Miz sets his MITB briefcase down next to the ramp as he enters the ring. The bell rings and the first competition of the evening is officially underway! Dominik sends Morrison out of the ring, immediately eliminating Morrison. Miz is NOT happy. Dominik turns his attention to Miz. Kalisto vs. Rey Mysterio in the center of the ring until The Hurt Business jump in. Kalisto is eliminated by The Hurt Business.

Ziggler protects Roode by delivering a Superkick! Rey Mysterio is eliminated! Shinsuke Nakamura and Ricochet going back and forth! Humberto Carrillo is eliminated by his own cousin! Angel Garza is eliminated by The Hurt Business’s Shelton Benjamin. Chad Gable is under attack by The Hurt Business. Ricochet attacks Bobby Lashley. Dominik is holding on for dear life as Chad Gable gets him over the top rope, but not to the outside. Ricochet is on the outside of the ropes on the apron, Alexander is eliminated by Ricochet. Benjamin with a Knee Strike takes out Ricochet!

Roode is eliminated by Dominik Mysterio. Elias is down inside the ring as Chad Gable begins to throw multiple strikes at Elias to keep him down. The clock shows 15:20 until Survivor Series begins! Ziggler is on the apron on the outside of the ropes, Dominik with a Dropkick sends ZIggler out as Ziggler is Eliminated! Elias goes after Miz inside the ring.

We’re down to the final four of Chad Gable, Dominic Mysterio, Jeff Hardy and The Miz. Gable clotheslines Hardy over the top and eliminates him. Dominic sets Miz up for a 6-1-9 but he escapes and big boots Dominic and Gable down and stands tall as they are selling on the mat as the only other two legal men in the match.

Miz blasts away at Dominic with repeated kicks while he was on his knees. Dominic reverses Miz and throws him over the top. Miz lands on the apron and hangs on. Dominic dropkicks Miz down off the apron but the officials seem to say he’s still in it. There is confusion.

Meanwhile Gable and Dominic go at it as the only two men in the ring. Gable hits some big suplexes on Dominic. Dominic recovers and goes for the 6-1-9 but Gable avoids it. Moments later, Dominic sets it up again and hits it. He then eliminates Gable. He thinks he’s won but in comes Miz and he throws him over, eliminating him and winning.

Winner: The Miz

King Corbin & Kevin Owens Banter Backstage

Backstage we see King Corbin wearing his blue team SmackDown shirt and his crown and he approaches Kevin Owens, also wearing a blue Team SmackDown shirt. He asks where Owens was on SmackDown and talks about their team needing them. He tells Owens to follow his lead. Owens says are you sure that’s it. Corbin says yes. Owens says he’s gonna think about it. He goes to leave then says, “Thought about it, nope!”

Drew McIntyre Highlight Package

We head into a video package highlighting the events leading to Drew McIntyre once again defeating Randy Orton for the WWE Championship and his upcoming match with Roman Reigns at Survivor Series.

Panel’s Final Thoughts

The panel gives their predictions and then we see AJ Styles talking to his team backstage. From there, the Kickoff Show wraps up. It’s time for the PPV main show!


A cool video package airs to kick off the PPV main show. From there we shoot live inside a jam-packed ThunderDome in Orlando, FL. where the announce team welcomes us to tonight’s highly-anticipated show, featuring the “Final Farewell” 30th anniversary appearance of The Undertaker.

Team Raw (AJ Styles, Keith Lee, Sheamus, Braun Strowman, and Riddle) vs. Team SmackDown (Kevin Owens, Jey Uso, King Corbin, Seth Rollins, and Otis)

From there, we head down to ringside for our opening contest. It is the five-on-five traditional men’s elimination match with Team Raw vs. Team SmackDown. Out comes AJ Styles with his bodyguard.

Styles goes to cut a promo but is cut off by the entrance music of Riddle. As Riddle joins Styles in the ring, the music sounds for The Limitless One, Keith Lee! Riddle and Lee fist bump in the ring as The Monster Among Men, Braun Strowman makes his way to the stage as the pyro goes off around him and Strowman makes his way down the ramp and climbs in over the top rope with a roar! Styles claps for Strowman as he tries to unify the team. Finally, Sheamus makes his way to the ring to complete the Team RAW inside the ring!

Out next are the members of Team SmackDown with Jey Uso making his way out first, followed by Kevin Owens, then Otis. Out next is Seth Rollins representing SmackDown for the first time. Finally, King Corbin makes his way to the ring to complete the Friday Night SmackDown Team!

The bell rings and our first match of the evening is officially underway! AJ Styles and Jey Uso kick things off. Jey powers Styles into the corner of the ring, the ref forces a break. Jey is sent into the ropes, Styles hits a Dropkick. Styles sends Uso across the ring, Jey stops short and lands an Uppercut as Paul Heyman watches from a t.v. backstage. Uso with a pin attempt, Styles kicks out at two.

Uso lands a Samoan Drop. King Corbin tags in! Riddle tags in and runs into a Shoulder Tackle. Otis is in the ring now. Riddle with multiple Kicks on Otis who is only hyped up with each kick shouting, “Oh yea!” Otis lands a Headbutt on Riddle. Otis tags in Kevin Owens. Owens focuses on Riddle’s exposed feet! “Let me in” Seth Rollins asks as Sheamus is tagged in by Riddle. Sheamus looks around. “For the greater good.” His teammates then ask him what he’s doing. Sheamus is told, “Do. Your. Part.” Sheamus with a kick and a cover, Rollins does nothing as sthe three count eliminates Seth Rollins. Seth Rollins Eliminated Team SmackDown discuss what to do as Strowman comes through like a freight train powering through the entire team. Strowman says, “Can we work as a freakin’ team?!” Riddle and Corbin going at it in the ring.

Riddle tags in Lee, Corbin tags in Otis. Otis begins his little shuffle as the earth begins to quake! Lee smiles. The two lock up in the center of the ring! Shoulder Tackle! Otis blocks the Double Chop as Lee asks, “Do you think this is a game?” Otis looks for a Suplex, Lee is able to block. Lee tags in Strowman. Strowman takes Otis down with a Clothesline. Strowman unloads with Right Hands and a clubbing blow drops Otis in the center of the ring. Strowman gets a Dropkick on Otis. Strowman tags in Styles.

Owens launches Styles over his head. Styles is knocked to ringside with a Forearm. Stunner to Lee, Sheamus, Stunner to Riddle. AJ Styles comes in with a Phenomenal Forearm! Kevin Owens Eliminated Corbin takes it to Styles looking for a pin, the entire RAW team breaks the pin. Riddle tags in and connects from the top turnbuckle, for the cover. King Corbin Eliminated Jey Uso runs in and Riddle is attacked with rights and sent into the corner. Sheamus tags himself in for a Pump Kick on Uso!

Step Up Enzuguri by Jey before tagging in Otis. Belly to Belly by Otis and a Clothesline. Otis is clearing house! Strowman is tagged in. Strowman rips his shirt off and says, “You ain’t never been in the ring with nothin’ like me!” A Big Boot by Strowman takes Otis down. Otis lifts Strowman and slams him to the canvas. Otis hits the Caterpillar and drops the Elbow! Otis heads up to the second rope, Riddle runs interference. Running Powerslam on Otis! Otis is Eliminated

Jey Uso is left all alone with a Five on One disadvantage. Jey with a Running Knee on Riddle. Uso launches himself over the top rope to take out Team RAW! Jey Uso with Kick after Kick as the match spills to the outside!

AJ Styles gets caught up by Jey Uso in to the ropes. Keith Lee tags himself in quickly. Keith Lee with a Spirit Bomb eliminates Jey Uso! Jey Uso Eliminated

Winners: Team RAW

After the Match

Paul Heyman looks none too happy as he sees Jey Uso defeated. Team RAW celebrates in the ring.

The New Day vs. The Street Profits

“AWWWWW ThunderDome, don’t you DARE be sour, clap for your TEN TIME champs… and FEEL the power!!”

Out first, The New Day makes their way to the stage in full “Gears of War” attire. Xavier Woods plays his trumpet as usual. They carry a custom box of “Booty-O’s” with them.

We return after a promo and The Street Profits are backstage dancing and hyping up, “Turn me up, turn me up… Thirty years ago today, one of the greatest legacies of our team was born right here at Survivor Series… The UNDERTAKER!” Montez Ford begins. Dawkins and Ford then run down The Undertaker’s defeats and highlights.

The Street Profits then make their way down the ramp and enter the ring where Ford and Dawkins hype up. The bell rings and Dawkins and Woods start things off for this match up! Commentary notes it’s the first time they’ve ever locked up after knowing one another for over a decade. Kofi tags in. Dawkins and Kingston lock up and Kingston powers Dawkins back to the corner. Ford tags in. Waistlock by Kofi, Ford powers out and gets a Headlock.

Dawkins tags back in and gets a Splash on Kingston. Dawkins again tags Ford in. Dawkins tries to assist Ford, Kingston gets his legs up and Ford is down! Ford is sent to ringside, Dawkins is taken out by Woods at ringside. Kingston and Ford back in the ring. Kingston with multiple blows at Ford’s expense. Woods tags in and delivers blows as well until Kingston tags in again. Again Woods tags in. Ford is worn down. Gut buster by Woods for the cover, Ford kicks out at two!

Kofi again gets the cover on Ford who desperately needs to get the tag! Ford hits a DDT to slow Kingston down. FOrd gets the tag as Kofi tags in Woods! Dawkins comes in hot! Back Elbow to Woods. Face Plant to Kingston. Dawkins with a Spinning Splash on Woods, then Kofi. Dawkins with a Double Underhook into a Modified Neckbreaker for the two count! Ford tags in and gets the two count on Woods! Running Sliced Bread.

Kingston back in and a Boom Drop as he shouts, “New Day!” and a second Boom Drop, then a third! Kingston begins to clap. Dawkins slows Kingston from the outside. Ford with a Dropkick from the outside. Dawkins takes Kofi down. From the Heavens! Ford hits a Frog Splash, but unable to get the cover in time with the rib pain. S.O.S. by Kingston, broken up by Dawkins. Trouble in Paradise! Gut Buster and cover by Woods on Ford. Ford kicks out!

Woods on Dawkins shoulders, Blockbuster off the top, Dawkins gets the cover on Woods for the three count pin and win!

Winners: The Street Profits

Sami Zayn vs. Bobby Lashley

After a quick break and backstage segment we shoot back live inside the ThunderDome where I-C champ Sami Zayn makes his way down to the ring for our next contest.

In one-on-one action, Zayn will be going up against United States champ Bobby Lashley, who makes his way out now accompanied by The Hurt Business. The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with our champion versus champion non-title showdown here at Survivor Series.

Early on the more powerful Lashley jumps off to an offensive advantage, however the craftyness and slick style of Zayn ends up getting him back into the contest and despite The Hurt Business watching on and making their presence felt outside the ring, the I-C champ is making a strong showing for himself.

Lashley catches Zayn and slams him off the top-rope with authority and then smashes him with shoulder strikes in the corner. He hits a big DDT and is now taking back over into a comfortable offensive lead.

Zayn fights his way back into the contest and nearly catches Lashley off guard with a roll-up that almost finished the job. Instead, Lashley starts to take back over and now we see all of The Hurt Business surrounding Zayn outside the ring. They don’t do anything, however, and Lashley takes back over.

Lashley slams Zayn into the ring barricade and then hoists him on his shoulders. He charges at the steel ring post, however Zayn slips out the back door and shoves the U.S. champ running into the steel post. Back in the ring, Zayn picks up where he left off, taking it to the champ and then he tosses him out to the floor again.

Zayn goes to tear the pad off the top turnbuckle, however one of the members of The Hurt Business hops on the apron to stop him. Zayn waits for Lashley to get up and runs at him, however Lashley catches him coming in with a vicious spinebuster. Lashley gets The Hurt Lock on Zayn and that’s all she wrote. Lashley gets the win. The Hurt Business joins him in the ring to celebrate.

Winner: Bobby Lashley

Backstage: Roman Reigns Confronts Jey Uso

Backstage we see Jey Uso standing with his brother when in walks Paul Heyman and Roman Reigns.

Uso explains why he lost and Jimmy tries speaking up, but Reigns tells him he didn’t ask him. He tells Jimmy he can leave.

Reigns tells Jey he lost because his team doesn’t fear him or respect him. He says if that’s the case then they don’t respect me or our family.

The Tribal Chief tells Jey if he can’t make them respect us, then he no longer has a place at the table. He tells him as a matter of fact, get out of here and go find your brother. He says he has no time for losers, not tonight. He and Heyman walk off as Jey looks dejected.

Asuka vs. Sasha Banks

One of two women’s champions in WWE, Asuka, makes her way down to the ring for our next champion versus champion showdown here at Survivor Series. As she enters the ring, pyro and fireworks explodes as she poses on the top turnbuckle.

Out next is her opponent for this evening, the second of two current women’s champions on the WWE main roster, none other than “The Boss” Sasha Banks.
Banks poses with her title. The bell rings and the match begins! Asuka sends Banks into the ropes, Asuka with an Arm Drag and a pin attempt, Asuka kicks out at one! Asuka back to her feet, Banks attempts an Arm Bar. Asuka and Sasha with a roll around the ring. Sasha locks in Banks Statement. Banks with a cover for the two, then again for the two. Asuka looking for the Asuka Lock.

Back Stabber, looking for the Bank Statement, Asuka sent to ringside. Banks mocks her and assists her back into the ring. Asuka slides in with a Kick and a cover on Banks, Banks kicks out. Asuka manipulates the shoulder of Banks to slow things down. Asuka then gets a few good Stomps between the shoulder blades of Banks. Banks back to her feet for big Forearms. Asuka hits a Knee Strike for the cover. Banks kicks out at two. Asuka back to her feet, with a Kick to Banks.

Banks locks in an Arm Bar on Asuka to slow Asuka down! Abdominal Stretch.

Banks and Asuka on the apron. Asuka with an Ankle Lock. Asuka looking for a German Suplex, instead a Kick, followeed by a Hip Attack sending Banks to the floor. The referee begins the count. Banks back in at the count of six. Banks with a Baseball Slide under the ropes taking out Asuka. Banks looks for a Suplex at ringside. Banks looks for Double Knees, Asuka gets her knees up. Both get back in the ring at the count of eight. Sasha goes for the cover, Asuka kicks out. Both women roll to opposite sides of the ring, struggling back to their feet.

Back Stabber for the cover, Asuka kicks out at two! Banks with the Meteora in the corner on Asuka. Banks heads to the second turnbuckle, and went from Frog Splash, Asuka goes to put her knees up, Banks sees it and stops short, then locks in the Banks Statement! Asuka escapes and attempts the Asuka Lock. Asuka Double Knees for the cover, Banks kicks out at two!! Back and forth pin attempts and finishers, Banks finally gets the cover for the three count pin and win!

Winner: Sasha Banks

The WWE 24/7 Title Changes Hands

We see Akira Tozawa sneak up on the Gobbeldy Gooker backstage and he gets him down and covers him to capture his WWE 24/7 Championship, only for R-Truth to beat him for it moments later. Truth runs off as his 45th 24/7 title reign begins!

Team Raw (Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler, Lana, Lacey Evans, and Peyton Royce) vs. Team SmackDown (Bianca Belair, Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan, Bayley, and Natalya)

The ring entrances for both teams take place, with each person getting their own individual walk to the squared circle, as it’s time for our second traditional Survivor Series elimination match of the evening.

With all ten members of the two teams of five each now in the ring, the bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with our next PPV bout of the evening. We see a lot of in-fighting here in the early going, with several teammates fighting among themselves and tagging themselves in uninvited throughout the bout.

We see Lana and Liv Morgan exchanging back-slide attempts until Lana blasts her with a big kick and Natalya is tagged in. Now Nattie confronts Lana and the two lock up with a vengeance while Corey Graves talk about their own history with each other.

Lana decks Nattie with a big kick and goes for the cover, but only gets two. She backs into her corner and makes eyes at someone, but no one wants to tag Lana seems to be the story here in the early part of the match for Team Raw. Finally Nia Jax tags in and we see Shayna Baszler leading the Raw team is yelling at Lana to leave and let them handle things themselves.

The match kind of stops as that is going on and we hear the announcers address what just happened. With Bayley tagging in we now see Peyton Royce tagged in. Bayley takes Peyton down and goes to town with a barrage of punches. She blasts her into the top turnbuckle and boots the boots to her in the corner of the ring. A nice suplex for Bayley gets a two count on a follow-up pin attempt.

Peyton turns the tables, tying Bayley up in the ropes, however Bayley picks her up and carries her to her corner of the ring, where she tags in Bianca Belair. Graves puts over the power of Belair as she military presses Peyton and hits snake eyes in the corner on the top turnbuckle. Team SmackDown has a solid control of things here at this point in the contest.

As all of team SmackDown and team Raw takes turns entering the ring, one-by-one they are thrown out to the floor except Lana who is an island unto herself in the Raw corner. Bayley climbs the top-rope but is stopped by Peyton Royce. She climbs up with Bayley and hits a superplex with the two crashing onto all of the team members outside of the ring. Back in the ring, Peyton Royce hits the Deja Vu on Bayley and pins her. Bayley is eliminated.

With the SmackDown team captain eliminated, Peyton rolls Nattie up and goes for the pin but Natalya kicks out at two. Peyton mixes up some kicks and goes for another nearfall but again Nattie hangs on. Moments later, Nattie slaps the Sharpshooter on Peyton and she taps out. Peyton Royce is eliminated. As soon as the fall is called by the ref, Lacey Evans hits the ring and she and Nattie go at it.

Lacey knocks Nattie down and leaps from the middle rope to the top-rope and goes for a moonsault, but no one is home as Nattie rolls out of the way. She goes for the Sharpshooter but in walks another team member who blasts Nattie with a kick and pins her. Natalya is eliminated. We see Belair jump in the ring and go right after Evans after the elimination and now we see her roll up Evans from behind for a close nearfall.

Belair goes to the top-rope but Evans recovers and stops her. Now she goes up after her. Evans looking for the home-run with a crazy Spanish Fly off the top-rope on Belair. She covers her but The Riott Squad hits the ring to break up the pin attempt. We see some replays of the cool top-rope Spanish Fly spot. Crazy. Lacey drags herself to her corner and tags in Nia Jax. Liv Morgan tags in for her team.

Nia Jax over powers Morgan and in comes Ruby Riott. Riott tags in Morgan again. This time Morgan slaps a headlock on Jax and she tags in Ruby Riott. She hits a chop-block on Jax’s leg from behind and Riott follows up with a nice shot. They tag again and hit some double-team action on Jax to soften her up. And again they do the same thing. Riott hits the Riott kick after Morgan hit double knees to the face of Jax. Baszler is tagged in now. She blasts Riott in the corner and talks trash to Morgan on the apron.

Baszler slaps her Clutch submission finisher on Riott but Riott rolls through for a pin attempt. The ref is distracted by action on the floor and doesn’t see it so the pin isn’t counted. Instead, by the time the ref sees things, Baszler, who held onto the choke during the pin on herself, has choked Riott unconscious. With the ref seeing this, Ruby Riott is eliminated. In walks Morgan who jumps Lacey Evans after she is tagged in. Morgan puts the boots to Evans in the corner now. A Crucifix Bomb later and Evans is pinned. Lacey Evans is eliminated.

Morgan dares Jax and Baszler to come in, as she stands side-by-side with Bianca Belair. Morgan screams “ready b*tch” and fires away at punches on Jax. She chops away at the knee of Jax and hits the ropes. Off the ropes she hits an around-the-body DDT on a kneeling Jax. She follows that up with an enzugiri but Jax no-sells it and hits a Samoan Drop. 1-2-3. Liv Morgan is eliminated. Belair just missed breaking up the pin attempt and while laying on the mat we see Jax standing over her. Belair realizes she’s alone as the last remaining member of Team SmackDown.

Belair hits Baszler who was behind her and then charges at Jax in front of her and goes to work on her in the corner. We see Lana still standing by herself in the Raw corner. Belair flips over Nia and dropkicks her. She gets the big gal down and goes for a big splash but Jax gets the double knees up. Jax hoists Belair up and slams her down. She hits the ropes and blasts her with a leg drop. She covers her but EST somehow kicks out. Jax takes too long, however Baszler tags herself in. Baszler locks the Clutch submission finisher on Belair but Belair back-suplexes her way out of it.

She hits a handspring and with her legs bouncing off the ropes, she leaps backwards right into the Clutch submission finisher of Baszler again. Belair fights it and stands up with Baszler on her back still holding onto the choke. She slowly walks over to the ropes, but as she makes it, she passes out and falls. Baszler refuses to let go even though Belair is out with her hand draped across the ropes. Because of this, the ref eliminates Baszler due to DQ. Shayna Baszler is eliminated. Now Nia Jax takes a lifeless Belair and hoists her across her shoulders out on the floor outside the ring. Belair shoves Jax into the steps after recovering. Neither make it in the ring in time so they are both eliminated. Becuase of this, your sole survivor is LANA! The announcers laugh as Lana enters the ring to celebrate the victory for Team Raw. Bianca Belair & Nia Jax are eliminated.

Winners: Team Raw

After the Match

Lana dances around and celebrates saying, “I’m the survivor!” as she jumps up and down and dances. We head to a commercial.

Quick Announcement

TLC four weeks from tonight from Tropicana Field in Tampa Bay

Drew McIntyre vs. Roman Reigns

We get a highlight reel showing the events leading up to tonight’s match-up.

Out first for this match-up is the WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns who is accompanied by Paul Heyman as the pyro goes off all around Reigns at the top of the stage. Reigns then makes his way down the ramp to enter the ring for tonight’s match-up. We get a highlight reel showing the events leading up to tonight’s match-up.

Out first for this match-up is the WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns who is accompanied by Paul Heyman as the pyro goes off all around Reigns at the top of the stage. Reigns then makes his way down the ramp to enter the ring for tonight’s match-up. The crowd continues to “boo” as Reigns enters the ring.

Drew McIntyre heads to the stage with his family heirloom, the sword, as the pyro goes off around McIntyre. McIntyre then makes his way down the ramp and enters the ring with Reigns for the officially announcement of the match, Reigns and McIntyre stare into one another’s eyes without breaking their gaze. The crowd cheers as McIntyre holds his title above his head.

The bell rings and this match is officially underway! The two lock up and neither gains the advantage. McIntyre smiles, and Reigns grabs the rope, forcing the break. McIntyre fakes Reigns out with a take down. Again collar and elbow tie up. Reigns tries to gain the advantage with a side Headlock, then a take down.

Devastating Knees by Reigns. Reigns takes control in this match up, slinging McIntyre around by his hair. Reigns with a Clothesline mid-air nearly taking McIntyre’s head off of his shoulders. Reigns smiles. Neckbreaker by McIntyre. Both men down in the center of the ring. McIntyre back to his feet.

As Reigns dominates the action it seems as if it’s only a matter of time before The Tribal Chief puts away The Scottish Warrior, however McIntyre ends up getting a second wind and in what turned out to be much more than a hope spot, McIntyre turns the tables completely and now has Reigns barely hanging on.

McIntyre goes for the Future Shock DDT but Reigns avoids it. Reigns now goes for the Superman Punch but McIntyre avoids that and counters with a big spinebuster that would make Arn Anderson proud.

The action spills out to the floor now and we see McIntyre ramming Reigns head first into the barricade and steel ring post. Locked and Loaded Reigns ready for Superman punch, Spinebuster counter by McIntyre! The match heads to ringside. McIntyre drives Reigns into the stairs. The referee is at the count of seven. McIntyre rolls Reigns back into the ring. Reigns counters.

Headbutt by McIntyre. Boot by Reigns. Future Shock DDT for the 2 count by McIntyre! Reigns looks for a Spear, McIntyre counters with a submission hold. Reigns struggles to the ropes. McIntyre is forced to break the hold as Reigns grabs the bottom rope! McIntyre sits on the edge of the ring. Reigns follows him to the outside and slams him through the announcers table. Then again throws McIntyre through the announcer’s table. Reigns hits a Spear sending McIntyre through the barricade. Reigns throws McIntyre back into the ring for the cover, McIntyre kicks out! McIntyre hits a Claymore, Reigns falls into the ref knocking him out of the ring.

Headbutt by McIntyre. Boot by Reigns. Future Shock DDT for the 2 count by McIntyre! Reigns looks for a Spear, McIntyre counters with a submission hold. Reigns struggles to the ropes. McIntyre is forced to break the hold as Reigns grabs the bottom rope! McIntyre sits on the edge of the ring. Reigns follows him to the outside and slams him through the announcers table. Then again throws McIntyre through the announcer’s table. Reigns hits a Spear sending McIntyre through the barricade. Reigns throws McIntyre back into the ring for the cover, McIntyre kicks out McIntyre hits a Claymore, Reigns falls into the ref knocking him out of the ring. Reigns with a Superman Punch and a Spear then guillotine choke for the win!

Winner: Roman Reigns

Undertaker’s “Final Farewell”

Now it’s the time everybody has been waiting for, the “Final Farewell” of The Undertaker here on the show that marks his 30th anniversary with WWE.

On that note, several guests start making their way out, including The Godfather, Mick Foley, Savio Vega and others such as Rikishi and other BSK members like The Godwins.

Shawn Michaels is making his way out now into the ring, which also features JBL, Kevin Nash and others who worked closely with The Deadman throughout the years such as Shane McMahon and Jeff Hardy.

Finally, it’s time for the man of the hour himself, “The Phenom.” An extensive video package plays now featuring music from Metallica that shows several of the historical moments from throughout the iconic career of WWE legend The Undertaker while sound bytes are heard and talking head spots are shown with other WWE legends like “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and Triple H talking about the legacy of The Deadman.

The kick-ass video package ends with a gong and a chant of “Under-Taker! clap-clap-clap-clap!” We are welcomed back live inside the ThunderDome where the camera pans the ThunderDome screens and we see the fans clapping and keeping the chant going. Now Mr. McMahon is introduced. He is standing in the ring by himself now. He talks about 30 years. 3 decades. McMahon is getting super emotional trying to get through this speech, and it’s very clear.

McMahon even references the old WWF name, saying Taker goes back that far and into the modern era. He says tonight marks the end of an era that will never be duplicated. So, tonight – we say goodbye, McMahon says, fighting back tears. He says “they say nothing lasts forever.” He claims they’re wrong because the legacy of The Undertaker will live on eternally. The fans roar with cheers in agreement.

“So now I give you The Deadman. The Phenom. Ladies and gentlemen … THE UNDERTAKER!” he says in his raspy, classic Vince voice. Now we hear the world-famous gong. The lights go out. They come back on with a dark purple tint to them. Now fire shoots out throughout the entrance way. A cool lightning bolt is shown buzzsawing its way through the legacy Undertaker symbol / logo that is being lowered from the ceiling as a unique lightning sounding version of his theme plays.

On that note, we get an absolutely spectacular prolonged trademark ring entrance of The Undertaker. No one ring entrance sends more chills and goosebumps down the spines of fans and wrestlers alike than that of the legendary Undertaker’s, and fans of the WWE Universe are witnessing it for what is expected to be the last time here where it all began — at the WWE Survivor Series.

Once he settles in the ring, the lights are still dim and purple and the fans break out in another “Under-Taker! clap-clap-clap” chant as the iconic music fades down. Taker lowers his head and the fans get louder with their roars and cheers as Undertaker takes in the moment.

The Deadman begins speaking. He talks about 30 years of destruction and he says now his time has come. The fans break out into a “Thank You Taker! clap-clap-clap” chant. Taker lets them chant for a moment. He begins talking again. He says his time has come to let The Undertaker…rest…in…peace. He lowers his head again and the camera zooms in on his black hat as the fans roar even louder and once again break out into a passionate “Thank You Taker! clap-clap-clap” chant.

Out of nowhere we hear “OHH YESSS!!!” and the gong hits, as an apparent homage to the late Paul Bearer, the former manager of The Undertaker. Now with the gong repeating over and over again we see The Undertaker kneel down into the Deadman pose.

He stands back up as the lights come up a bit, but remain purple with the lights flashing around and Undertaker’s music picking back up. He walks around the ring again, looking around and taking in this special “Final Farewell” moment.

He does the throat-slicing gesture as the lightning bolts spread throughout the arena as thunder strikes and his music picks up again. We see the big moon graphic appear once again and he walks around the ring once more, looking around and taking everything in before finally stepping through the ropes for what could be the last time. He pauses at the top of the stairs, waiting for his music to peak, and then he walks down the steps, slowly turns and begins making his way up the aisle the same way he entered. The fans continue to roar as the gongs keep coming and his music keeps playing.

The Deadman stops with his back facing the ramp and does the raised fist classic Undertaker gesture. He turns and looks at the ring one final time as the cheers from the fans picks up again. Very emotional stuff here for the WWE Universe to soak in here on this special 30th anniversary “Final Farewell” of The Undertaker.

And that does it.


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