November 11, 2019
Commentary: Vic Joseph and Jerry “The King” Lawler
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com
Quick Match Results
- WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship: The Kabuki Warriors (c) defeated Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair via rollup by Asuka on Becky Lynch after an outside distraction
- Drew McIntyre defeated Sin Cara via Claymore
- WWE 24/7 Championship Handicap Match: Samir Singh (c) and Sunil Singh vs. R-Truth was no contest when they all ran backstage
- Seth Rollins defeated WALTER by disqualification when Imperium attacked Rollins
- Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens & The Street Profits defeated Imperium via the Stomp by Rollins on Alexander Wolfe
- Andrade defeated Cedric Alexander via Hammerlock DDT
- Erick Rowan defeated Soner Dursun via Iron Claw Slam
- The Viking Raiders defeated Mark Andrews & Flash Morgan Webster via The Viking Experience on Andrews
- Randy Orton, Ricochet, & Humberto Carrillo defeated The O.C. via moonsault by Carrillo on Styles
In-Ring: Becky Lynch
The Raw video plays, and we’re brought into the arena to see a big pyrotechnics display. Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch makes her way to the ring. Dio Maddin is still recovering from the attack by Brock Lesnar last week.
Lynch says The Man is in Manchester. She’s back in the UK where she trained as a 15 year old kid. Now she’s the Raw Women’s Champion about to challenge for the Women’s Tag Team Championship. This is also the most dangerous time of her career. The challengers are getting hungrier, the fights are getting harder, and the list of people wanting to take her out is getting longer. Lynch tells them to bring it on. It’s not lost on her that while she was criss-crossing the world, the ones that think she’s faltering can bring it on. She’ll never stop running her mouth, slapping heads, and making things better. The only thing she fears in life is not being the greatest.
Lynch says it’s time she regains her title as “Becky 2 Belts” by becoming one of the Women’s Tag Champions right now.
WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship
The Kabuki Warriors (c) vs. Becky Lynch & Charlotte Flair
The bell rings, and it’s Becky Lynch and Asuka starting it off. They lock up and tussle for position. Lynch hooks a side headlock, but Asuka fights her off. Asuka drops down for a cover, but Lynch twists up and mocks Asuka. Asuka shoves her and counters Lynch trying to shove back. Lynch goes for a takedown, but Asuka fights her off and kicks her in the midsection. Asuka kicks away at her face before hitting the ropes. Lynch follows her into the ropes and connects with a shoulder block. Lynch kicks her in the head a few times while talking trash. Lynch goes for a slingshot, but Asuka kicks her in the ribs. Kairi Sane tags in. Lynch fights her off, but Sane soon sends her head-first into Asuka’s rear end. Sane bounces Lynch off the turnbuckle before Lynch counters. Lynch connects with a pair of arm drags and cinches in an arm bar. Lynch puts her in the corner, but misses an avalanche. Sane stomps her down and taunts the crowd. Sane goes for a sliding forearm, but Lynch moves and hits a suplex for a two count.
Charlotte Flair tags in and chops away at Sane’s chest. Sane angrily chops her back, but Flair no sells it. Sane hits the ropes, but Flair chops her down before strutting around. Flair goes to lift her up, but Sane counters into a sleeper hold. Flair quickly backs her to the corner and shoulder blocks her down. Flair grapevines the head and slams her face into the mat. Flair slams her around twice before kipping up. Asuka tags in and kicks away at Flair. Asuka applies a side headlock and takes her down. Flair fights out, but Asuka kicks her before applying a side headlock. Flair whips her off and connects with a back elbow. Asuka hits the ropes, so Flair drops down and leapfrogs her. Flair quickly gives her a back elbow.
NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler makes her way to ringside through the crowd. An “NXT” chant fires up.
We come back from the break to see Asuka send Flair into the corner. Flair rolls up the turnbuckle and lands on the apron. Flair knocks her back and rolls her up for a two count. Flair hits an exploder suplex before knocking her back. Flair big boots Sane off the apron, but Asuka takes her down. Asuka knocks Flair out of the ring and distracts the referee while Sane gets some cheap shots in. Shayna Baszler looks impressed. The Kabuki Warriors double-team Flair for a one count. Sane applies a straitjacket submission, but Flair whips her off. Sane dropkicks her down for a two count. Asuka tags back in, and they hit Flair with a double-team suplex for a one count. Flair counters a suplex, but Asuka comes back with an octopus stretch. Flair powers out, but Asuka counters into a crucifix pin for a near fall. Flair fights Asuka and Sane off. Asuka quickly takes Flair down for an Asuka Lock, but Flair fights it. Asuka applies an arm bar. Flair soon powers her up and slams her down. Sane breaks up the pin and stomps away at Flair. Sane drags Asuka to the corner and tags in. Sane attacks Flair and chops the chest in the corner. Flair hits a reverse STO into the corner.
Lynch and Asuka tag in. Lynch hits a pair of clotheslines before knocking her back. Lynch takes her down with a diving shoulder block. Lynch connects with a forearm in the corner before sidestepping Sane. Sane is taken out with a Bexploder. Lynch knocks Asuka back and hits a double missile dropkick. Baszler gets on the apron, but SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley pulls her off the apron. Baszler clotheslines Bayley on the floor. Asuka takes advantage of the distraction by rolling up Lynch for the win.
Winners by Pinfall and still WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions: The Kabuki Warriors
Lynch is furious. Bayley grabs Lynch and sends her into the barricade to take her out. Baszler calmly walks away.
Backstage: Ricochet, Randy Orton, Humberto Carrillo, The OC
Ricochet is backstage talking to Randy Orton. The O.C. is hazing Humberto Carrillo in the locker room when Ricochet stands up for him. AJ Styles challenges them to a 2-on-3 handicap match because no one would team with them to take on The O.C. The O.C. tells them to scour the locker room and find a partner. Orton steps up and joins Ricochet and Carrillo. Orton calls himself, “Mr. RKO-Outta-Nowhere.” The O.C. looks shocked.
Drew McIntyre vs. Sin Cara
They lock up, and McIntyre soon chops him before bouncing him off the turnbuckle. McIntyre takes him down with a chop before hitting a release suplex. McIntyre stuns him with a right hand before sending him into the ropes. McIntyre charges, but Cara pulls the top rope down to get him out of the ring. Cara quickly follows up with a suicide dive before going to the top rope for a moonsault block to the floor. Cara gets him in the ring for a one count. Cara kicks McIntyre before going for a springboard cross-body, but McIntyre connects with a Glasgow Kiss out of mid-air. McIntyre puts Cara in the corner and punches him down. McIntyre connects with a short-arm clothesline for a one count. McIntyre applies a neck vice. Cara fights up, but McIntyre clubs him in the back of the head. Cara counters a short-arm clothesline and attacks the knee. Cara dropkicks him back and big boots him. Cara hits a head-scissor takeover the sends McIntyre out of the ring. McIntyre counters a plancha into a straight-up powerbomb on the floor. Yikes.
McIntyre gets the lifeless Cara in the ring and sets up for the end. McIntyre floors him with a Claymore Kick for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Drew McIntyre
Backstage: Erick Rowan
Ummm…you good, @ERICKROWAN?
— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) November 12, 2019
Erick Rowan is shown behind a screen talking to some sort of pet. Rowan says, “Daddy is gonna have a big day.” We don’t see what it is Rowan is talking to.
WWE 24/7 Championship – 2-on-1 Handicap Match
Samir Singh (c) and Sunil Singh vs. R-Truth
The Singh Brothers quickly double-team R-Truth before gyrating in the ring. Sunil stomps R-Truth, but R-Truth makes a comeback. R-Truth kicks Sunil down and arm drags him. R-Truth does a jumping split before hitting a Lie Detector spinning elbow. Samir pulls Sunil out of the ring, grabs his title, and goes to leave with his brother. R-Truth chases them around the ring before they escape up the ramp.
We go backstage to see The Singh Brothers running backstage. They run into the Women’s Locker Room, and there is a lot of screaming. The Singh Brothers explode out of the dressing room and knock R-Truth back. They hide in a room and celebrate losing R-Truth. They realize they’re in Erick Rowan’s locker room. Rowan attacks them both, slamming them into the concrete wall. Rowan picks up a couch and hits them with it. R-Truth walks in, and The Singh Brothers beg him for help. R-Truth says they need privacy and turns the lights off before leaving.
In-Ring: Seth Rollins, Imperium
Seth Rollins makes his way to the ring. The loud boos to Rollins are acknowledged. Rollins plays it off and talks about the talk Triple H gave him last week on Raw. Rollins says this is his home and at Survivor Series, his gang will finish what NXT started. As for tonight, Rollins wants to face the best the United Kingdom has to offer.
WALTER and Imperium answer the challenge. Walter introduces himself as the ring general and the WWE United Kingdom Champion. They’re here to reclaim the honor of this sport. The mat Rollins is standing on with his dirty feet is sacred to them. Just because Rollins isn’t in the United States doesn’t mean he’s safe from the NXT takeover. Rollins says he saw the stunt Imperium pulled on Heavy Machinery on SmackDown. Rollins accepts the challenge so he can burn it down.
Seth Rollins vs. WALTER
This is a non-title match. WALTER’s WWE United Kingdom Championship will not be on the line.
They circle the ring and lock up. Walter hooks a side headlock and viciously tosses Rollins. Walter takes him down with a hip toss and challenges him. Rollins gets to his feet and circles around him. Rollins grabs a waistlock, but Walter knocks him off and shoulder blocks him down. Rollins makes a comeback with some kicks and a chop before flooring him with a Sling Blade. Walter rolls out of the ring and moves before Rollins hits a suicide dive. Walter gets in the ring and counters a springboard knee with a German Suplex. Walter then poses in the ring. Walter connects with a scoop slam followed by an elbow drop for a two count. Walter applies a chin lock, but Rollins fights up. Walter viciously chops him down to the mat. Walter goes for a Boston Crab, but Rollins fights it. Walter then transitions into a single leg crab. Rollins twists out, but Walter almost immediately boots him in the back of the head. Walter ties him up in the ropes and clubs the chest. Walter grabs Rollins by the head and clubs the chest. Rollins blocks another club and avoids a big boot. Rollins hits an enzuigiri before knocking him to a knee with a springboard knee. Rollins flips through a German Suplex and superkicks him twice. Rollins starts to stomp the mat, but Imperium attacks him from behind.
Winner by Disqualification: Seth Rollins
The Street Profits run down to make the save. Imperium soon overwhelms them, so Kevin Owens runs down. Rollins, the Street Profits, and Owens clear Imperium from the ring.
Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens & The Street Profits vs. Imperium
Seth Rollins starts against Alexander Wolfe. Marcel Barthel quickly pulls the top rope down to get Rollins out of the ring before sending him headfirst into the ring steps. The two teams face off at ringside before the referee regains order. Walter tags in and chops Rollins at ringside before giving him a back suplex on the apron. Walter gets him in the ring and picks up a two count. Wolfe tags back in. Wolfe applies a chin lock, but Rollins fights up and punches out. Wolfe takes him down with a German Suplex for a two count. Barthel tags in and punches Rollins in the midsection. Barthel bounces Rollins in the corner before stomping him down. Barthel chokes him with his boot. Fabian Aichner tags in and hits a spinebuster before Barthel kicks him in the face. Aichner picks up a two count. Aichner continues to cover to no avail. Walter tags in and hits a snapmare before clubbing Rollins. Rollins fights back with some chops, but Walter applies a sleeper hold. Rollins gets out and punches three members of Imperium before knocking Walter back. Walter immediately dropkicks him hard into the corner. Walter powerbombs Rollins, but Owens breaks it up. Aichner blindsides Rollins, and The Street Profits get in the ring. Walter knocks The Street Profits back before going to the top rope. Rollins hits Walter with a superplex. Rollins fights Imperium off and tags in Owens.
Owens hits Aichner with a cannonball of the apron before superkicking Barthel and Wolfe. Owens goes to the top rope and hits Wolfe with a Swanton Bomb, but Walter breaks it up. The Street Profits come in, and Rollins superkicks Walter. Rollins hits Walter with a suicide dive. Montez Ford then does an INSANE somersault plancha on Walter, but Ford actually overshoots and lands on the commentary table! In the ring, Angelo Dawkins hits an exploder on Aichner before hitting a Stunner on Barthel. Rollins then Stomps Wolfe for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens & The Street Profits
Cedric Alexander vs. Andrade
Andrade quickly works the arm before forearming him down. Andrade chops the chest before Alexander leapfrogs him and hits a head-scissor takeover. Alexander then dropkicks him out of the ring. Andrade soon counters the Neuralyzer with a dropkick. Andrade punches away at Alexander before going to an arm bar. Alexander fights out, but Andrade lands on his feet. Alexander then dropkicks him in the face. Alexander clotheslines him twice before knocking him out of the ring. Alexander connects with a suicide dive before getting him in the ring. Alexander hits a slingshot flatliner for a near fall. Andrade fights out of a Lumbar Check, but Zelina Vega grabs the ankle. Andrade hits a Hammerlock DDT for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: Andrade
Backstage: Aleister Black
Aleister Black is sitting backstage. Black says he has secrets of a man not so well kept. Black tells the people to hear him as he speaks in prophecies. Black dares this person to knock on his door and pick a fight with him.
Video: John Cena
A video narrated by John Cena talks about the importance of veterans. A video package then plays where WWE thanks the veterans, as today is Veterans Day in the United States of America.
In-Ring: Lana, Rusev, Bobby Lashley
Lana makes her way to the ring to loud boos. Lana has to confess her sins. Her loving boyfriend Bobby Lashley didn’t want her coming out here, but the reality is she needs to tell the truth. The truth is truly all she has. She is the most ravishing woman in the world, but she does have flaws. Telling the truth isn’t one of them. The truth is she cheated on Rusev. The crowd boos her. Lana doesn’t appreciate being judged. She claims Rusev cheated on her first.
Seven weeks ago, she had sex with Bobby Lashley for the first time. Jerry Lawler goes, “TMI.” Lana says tonight seven weeks ago was the night. It’s their Sexiversary. It was beautiful sex. Lana says she believes in monogamy. Last week, Ricochet knocked Lashley into Lana. Lashley wanted her to go to the doctor. She’s a perfectly healthy woman that is nine weeks pregnant. The crowd is really turning on this segment.
Lana says she had sex with Lashley seven weeks ago, but she’s nine weeks pregnant. That means her soon to be ex-husband put a Machka brat in her. She shouts how she knew something wasn’t right.
Rusev makes his way to the ring. A “Rusev Day” chant picks up. Lana sarcastically says it’s exciting to see the father of her child. A “Daddy’s home” chant picks up. Rusev asks if she’s really pregnant. Lana asks if he’s really surprised being he’s a sex addict. Rusev wants to get some things straight: he’s a sex addict, a cheater, and now she’s pregnant? Lana asks if he’s calling her a liar. Rusev says he’s just trying to understand. Lana starts slapping away at him, but he doesn’t retaliate.
Bobby Lashley comes out, and Lana jumps on Rusev’s back. Lashley clotheslines Rusev after Lana jumps off. Lashley hits a flatliner before standing over Rusev. Lashley picks Rusev up and gives him a big spinebuster.
Lashley and Lana walk off before making out on the stage. Lana says “I can’t believe he believed I was pregnant.”
Erick Rowan vs. Soner Dursun
Rowan brings a covered up animal crate to ringside and places it on the commentary table. Rowan annihilates Dursun in no time flat, finishing him off with an Iron Claw Slam.
Winner by Pinfall: Erick Rowan
Rowan goes to grab his cage, makes sure the commentators didn’t look inside it, and walks off.
The Viking Raiders vs. Mark Andrews & Flash Morgan Webster
Flash Morgan Webster knocks Ivar off the apron and takes it to Erik. Erik catches Webster, but Mark Andrews hits a suicide dives. Andrews and Webster hit stereo somersault planchas on The Viking Raiders. Andrews hits Erik with a Stundog Millionaire. Webster tags in and hits a somersault senton onto the back of Erik’s ankles! That was ugly. Erik soon hits them with a double northern lights suplex. Ivar tags in and hits them with a suicide dive. Ivar avalanches them in the ring and dropkicks Webster. Erik then slams Ivar into Webster’s head. They soon hit Andrews with the Viking Experience for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: The Viking Raiders
Backstage: Ricochet, Randy Orton
— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) November 12, 2019
Ricochet confronts Randy Orton backstage and asks if he thinks he’s dumb. Ricochet knows Orton is only trying to hit another RKO out of nowhere on him. Orton tells Ricochet to not let him get in his head.
Are you ready for #SurvivorSeries?
– @BrockLesnar vs. @reymysterio
– @BeckyLynchWWE vs. @QoSBaszler vs. @itsBayleyWWE
– #VikingRaiders vs. #UndisputedERA vs. #TheNewDay
– @AJStylesOrg vs. @roderickstrong vs. @ShinsukeN pic.twitter.com/vAlMl1jl55
— WWE (@WWE) November 12, 2019
The commentators run down the Survivor Series card. Team Raw consists of Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, Drew McIntyre, Ricochet, and Randy Orton.
Randy Orton, Ricochet, & Humberto Carrillo vs. The O.C.
Ricochet will start against Karl Anderson. Anderson forearms Ricochet back and sends him into the ropes, but Ricochet flips over him and hits a head-scissor takeover. Ricochet hits a dropkick and wrenches the arm. Randy Orton tags in, and he wrenches the arm of Anderson. Orton pretends to go tag Ricochet and instead tags Humberto Carrillo in. AJ Styles soon tags in and stomps Carrillo before wrenching the arm. Carrillo twists out and wrenches the arm. Carrillo then hits a rope climbing arm drag before hitting a hip toss. Ricochet tags back in and wrenches the arm. Ricochet sidesteps Styles, and Styles hits Orton. Orton gets in the ring and gets in Ricochet’s face. Carrillo tries to calm them both down.
We come back from the break to see Carrillo tag in and hit Styles with an arm drag. Carrillo quickly hits a springboard flying head-butt for a two count. Styles counters a springboard arm drag and tags Luke Gallows in. Gallows puts Carrillo in the corner and punches away at him. Styles tags back in and kicks Carrillo before applying a chin lock. Carrillo fights out, but Styles quickly takes him down. Anderson tags back in, but Carrillo kicks him. Carrillo hits Styles wit a hurricanrana and tags Ricochet in.
Ricochet hits a pair of shoulder blocks and a hurricanrana. Ricochet shoulders him, kicks Gallows, and superkicks Styles. Anderson then flattens Ricochet with a spinebuster. Ricochet rolls out of the ring to recover, so Anderson puts him back in. Anderson picks up a one count. Anderson then applies a chin lock. Ricochet fights out, but Anderson keeps him grounded. Gallows tags in and turns Ricochet inside out with a whip to the corner. Gallows scoop slams him before dropping a leg for a two count. Gallows elbows away at Ricochet and applies another chin lock. Ricochet fights up and lays out Gallows. Styles tags in, but Ricochet takes him down as well.
Carrillo tags in, and he hits a pair of running forearms on Styles. Carrillo takes him down with a springboard kick before hitting a standing moonsault for a two count. Carrillo goes to the top rope, but Styles moves from the moonsault. Orton tags in and hits Styles with a scoop powerslam. Orton then hits a draping DDT before dropping down. Anderson runs in and takes Orton out. Ricochet hits a Recoil on Anderson. Gallows takes Ricochet out, and Carrillo dropkicks Gallows. Carrillo then goes to the top rope and hits Gallows and Anderson with a moonsault block to the floor. Orton looks at Styles and Ricochet on the mat. Orton turns to Ricochet, his teammate. Orton turns Ricochet before hitting Styles with an RKO out of nowhere. Carrillo tags in and hits Styles with a moonsault for the win.
Winners by Pinfall: Randy Orton, Ricochet, and Humberto Carrillo
Randy Orton and Ricochet go face-to-face, but no punches are exchanged. Orton says he does what he wants, when he wants.