November 22, 2020
“Then. Now. Forever.” The WWE video leads us into the show.
A video kicks off the show highlighting what we’ll be seeing on
tonight’s Survivor Series presentation. Tonight will see the final
farewell of the legendary Undertaker.
We go live into the WWE ThunderDome to see a big pyrotechnics
AJ Styles makes his way to the ring with Omos by his side. Styles
says he is the team captain for Raw. Matt Riddle interrupts him.
5-Man Survivor Series Elimination Match
Team Raw (AJ Styles, Riddle, Keith Lee, Braun Strowman, and Sheamus)
w/ Omos vs. Team SmackDown (Jey Uso, Otis, Kevin Owens, King Corbin,
and Seth Rollins)
Team Raw argues over who is going to start the match. AJ Styles, the
self-proclaimed team captain, will start against Jey Uso. They lock
up, and Uso powers Styles to the corner before giving a clean break
and backing up. They lock up again, and Uso cinches in a side
headlock. Styles whips him off, leapfrogs him, drops down, and
whiffs on a dropkick. Styles goes to whip Uso to the corner, but Uso
puts the brakes on and uppercuts him. Uso uppercuts him again and
goes for an enzugiri, but Styles avoids it. Styles goes for a Pelé
Kick, but Uso avoids it and rolls him up for a two count. Styles
takes Uso down and hits the ropes, but Uso responds with a pop-up
Samoan Drop for a two count. Paul Heyman, Roman Reigns’ advisor, is
shown watching backstage.
King Corbin tags in and takes Styles down. Styles goes to the apron
and shoulders him, but Corbin takes him down trying a springboard.
Otis tags in, but misses an avalanche. Riddle tags in, but Otis
quickly shoulder blocks him down. Otis lifts him, but Riddle
counters into a sleeper hold. Otis fights him off, so Riddle kicks
him. Otis absorbs the kicks and starts gyrating. Otis flips Riddle
over and hits a falling head-butt for a two count. Kevin Owens tags
in and stomps away at the bare feet of Riddle. Owens drops knees and
stomps the left ankle before applying a front ankle lock. Riddle
gets to the bottom rope to break the hold. Sheamus tags in, so Seth
Rollins asks for Owens to tag him in. Owens obliges. Rollins turns
toward Team SmackDown and says, “For the greater good!” Rollins
drops to his knees and shouts at Sheamus to do his part. Team
SmackDown cannot believe what he’s doing. Sheamus connects with a
vicious Brogue Kick on Rollins to eliminate him!
Seth Rollins has been eliminated.
Team SmackDown confronts the loopy Rollins at ringside. Owens says
Rollins will always be a piece of trash. Team SmackDown huddles at
ringside and talks strategy… so Strowman annihilates them all with a
running shoulder tackle.
Strowman gets Corbin in the ring, shouts at Team Raw, and tags
Riddle in. Riddle kicks away at Corbin before Corbin blocks one and
punches him back. Keith Lee tags in, so Otis tags in. The two giant
men stare at each other from across the ring. Lee smirks as Otis
gyrates. They lock up and neither man budges. Lee finally breaks
free and applies a side headlock. Otis whips him off and absorbs
three shoulder block attempts. Lee looks impressed. Lee sidesteps
Otis as he charges. Otis sidesteps Lee and blocks the Grizzly
Magnum. Otis knocks him back, so Lee elbows him in the neck a few
times. Lee lifts Otis up, but Otis fights out. Lee gets out of a
lift and grounds him with a big forearm shiver.
Strowman tags in and punches Otis down. Strowman stares at Team
SmackDown before punching away at Otis. Strowman clubs Otis down
before connecting with a dropkick. Styles tags in, so Otis hits a
jawbreaker. Owens tags in and chops away at Styles. Styles quickly
kicks Owens in the face, but Owens takes him down. Styles hits the
ropes, and Owens wipes him out with a huge back body drop. Owens
avalanches Styles and sends him to the opposite corner. Styles boots
him in the face, but Owens comes right back with a tilt-a-whirl
backbreaker for a near fall. Owens knocks Styles out of the ring and
hits Lee with a Stunner. Sheamus eats a Stunner, as does Riddle.
Styles then takes Owens out with a Phenomenal Forearm for the
Kevin Owens has been eliminated.
Corbin comes in to replace Owens and hits Styles with End of Days,
but Team Raw breaks it up. Corbin hits Sheamus with a Deep Six and
goes for End of Days on Styles, but Styles flips through. Styles
kicks Corbin down and tags Riddle in. Riddle hits a Floating Bro for
King Corbin has been eliminated.
Team SmackDown is down 2-5. Riddle and Uso square off. Riddle boots
Uso back and tags Sheamus in. Sheamus hits Uso with a big knee to
the face for a near fall. Sheamus rips Uso’s shirt off and starts up
the 10 Beats of the Bodhrán. Sheamus shouts at Team Raw, so Uso
takes him down. Otis tags in and shoulder blocks Sheamus before
hitting Styles. Styles angrily runs in, and Otis hits him with an
overhead belly-to-belly suplex. Otis takes Riddle down and hits Lee
with an overhead belly-to-belly suplex! Sheamus comes off the top
rope, but he takes an overhead belly-to-belly suplex from Otis.
Strowman tags in and shouts at him. They collide with shoulder
blocks before Strowman hits a big boot. Otis soon comes back with a
front slam on Strowman. Otis hits the Caterpillar before going to
the second rope. Riddle tries to cut him off, so Otis punches him
off. Strowman grabs Otis on the second rope and hits a Running
Powerslam for the elimination.
Otis has been eliminated.
Jey Uso is the last competitor standing for Team SmackDown. It’s
5-on-1! Uso takes out each member of Team Raw and hits a wild
plancha. Uso sends Riddle face-first into the steel steps and throws
some superkicks at ringside. Uso sizes up Strowman in the ring.
Strowman goes for a Running Powerslam, but Uso slides off and sends
him shoulder-first into the ring post. Styles runs in, and Uso
superkicks him. Uso goes to the top rope, but Omos distracts him.
Uso superkicks the rope to prevent a Phenomenal Forearm. Lee blind
tags in. Uso goes to the top rope for a splash, but Lee catches him
in mid-air before hitting a Spirit Bomb for the win! Raw runs a
Winners by Pinfall: Team Raw
Paul Heyman looks disgusted backstage as he watches Team Raw
celebrating in the ring.
Raw Tag Team Champions The New Day come out with Big E. They’re
wearing Gears of War inspired entrance costumes.
SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Street Profits are backstage
talking about the legendary career of The Undertaker. They put over
how Undertaker debuted at Survivor Series 30 years ago. They talk
about all the greats Undertaker has defeated. Tonight, the Street
Profits will begin their own legacy. The Street Profits are up… AND
WE WANT THE SMOKE!
Champions vs. Champions
Raw Tag Team Champions The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods)
w/ Big E vs. SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Street Profits (Montez
Ford and Angelo Dawkins)
Montez Ford starts against Kofi Kingston, but they’re at a
stalemate. Montez Ford tags in and hooks a side headlock on
Kingston. Kingston whips him off, but Ford responds with a shoulder
tackle. Kingston leapfrogs him twice and goes for a third, but Ford
catches him. Kingston flips through a back suplex. Ford leapfrogs
him a number of times before going for a dropkick. Kingston blocks
it, but Ford kicks him out of the ring. Kingston jumps into the
ring, but Ford kicks him down. Dawkins tags in. The Street Profits
take Kingston down, and Dawkins connects with a splash for a two
count. Ford tags in. Kingston gets his boots up for a double-team
splash. Ford and Dawkins are sent out of the ring. Kingston crushes
Ford with a trust fall. Woods hits Dawkins with a splash off the
apron. Woods says The Street Profits aren’t ready for the New Day
Kingston punches away at Ford in the ring. Woods tags in and holds
Ford up for Kingston to punch. The New Day make frequent tags,
tenderizing Ford’s abdomen with punches and shoulders throughout.
Woods kicks Ford in the midsection and knees him before hitting a
gutbuster for a two count. Woods applies a neck vice. Kingston kicks
one of the red solo cups. Ford fights up, but Woods knees Ford in
the ribs to take him down. Kingston tags in and chokes Ford on the
bottom rope. Kingston covers Ford for a near fall. Kingston applies
a grounded bearhug, but Ford fights up. Kingston hits the ribs and
punches Ford down. Ford ducks a punch and tries to make a tag, but
Kingston blocks it. Ford responds with a big DDT.
Dawkins and Woods tag in. Dawkins clotheslines Woods twice, ducks a
clothesline, and hits a leaping back elbow. Dawkins hits Kingston
with a flapjack. Dawkins hits Woods and Kingston with exploder
suplexes before hitting spinning avalanches. Dawkins hits a twisting
neckbreaker on Woods for a near fall. Ford tags in and takes Woods
down for a two count. The Street Profits hit running sliced bread on
Woods for a near fall. Dawkins cannot believe it. Ford tags in. The
Street Profits set up for the Midnight Hour, but Woods gets out.
Kingston tags in. The New Day hits The Midnight Hour… but Ford kicks
out! Kingston hits Ford with a Boom Drop before getting up and
hitting another Boom Drop. Kingston kicks Ford down and hits a third
Boom Drop. Kingston gets fired up, but Ford dropkicks him down.
Dawkins tags in, but he quickly tags Ford back in. Dawkins hits the
Anointment before Ford hits a Frog Splash, but his ribs are too
injured to follow up. Ford crawls over and covers, but Kingston
Kingston comes back with an SOS, but Dawkins breaks it up. Woods
hits Dawkins with an Honor Roll. Ford avoids Trouble in Paradise and
hits Kingston with his own maneuver! Woods hits Ford with a lifting
gutbuster for a near fall! Woods chops Ford and puts him on the top
rope. Dawkins comes back and puts Woods in the electric chair. The
Street Profits hit Wood with an electric chair/blockbuster
combination for the win!
Winners by Pinfall: SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Street Profits
The Women’s Team SmackDown are shown talking backstage. Elsewhere
backstage, we see the Women’s Team Raw talking. Lana is left out of
Champion vs. Champion
WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn vs. WWE United States
Champion Bobby Lashley w/ The Hurt Business
The bell rings, and Zayn puts himself through the ropes to keep
Lashley back. Zayn comes into the ring, but quickly puts himself
through the ropes again. Zayn pretends like he’s going to square up
with Lashley, but he jumps out of the ring. Shelton Benjamin and
Cedric Alexander corner him. Zayn talks a little trash, so Lashley
attacks him from behind. Lashley puts Zayn in the ring, but Zayn
attacks him coming in. Zayn sends Lashley into the ropes, but
Lashley runs through a clothesline and hits one of his own. Lashley
viciously bounces Zayn in the corner. Lashley hits a belly-to-belly.
Zayn leaves the ring and goes to leave, but Benjamin stops him. Zayn
attacks Lashley and chokes him on the ropes. Zayn comes off the
second rope with an elbow to the neck for a one count. Zayn tries
again, but Lashley catches him and hits an overhead suplex. Lashley
shoulders Zayn before hitting a neckbreaker. Zayn fights back and
tries a suplex, but Lashley counters into a delayed vertical suplex.
Zayn says he’s suffering from vertigo to keep him back. Zayn then
tries to roll him up for a one count.
Lashley hits a flatliner, and Zayn rolls out of the ring to recover.
Zayn talks trash to The Hurt Business at ringside. Lashley attacks
Zayn from behind and drives him into the barricade. Zayn quickly
shoves him into the ring post and gets in the ring for a count-out
win, but Lashley gets back in. Zayn throws Lashley out of the ring
and goes to take the turnbuckle pad off. Benjamin scares Zayn back.
Zayn goes for a Helluva Kick on Lashley, but Lashley hits a
one-armed spinebuster. Zayn goes to leave, but MVP is standing in
his way. Zayn falls back and begs for a disqualification. The
referee is distracted by Lashley. MVP sends Zayn into the ring.
Lashley applies the Hurt Lock for the win.
Winner by Submission: WWE United States Champion Bobby Lashley
Jimmy and Jey Uso are standing outside of Roman Reigns’ dressing
room. Jey tries to explain that his team wouldn’t listen and it was
5-on-1, but Reigns isn’t having it. Jey lost and Reigns has no time
for losers. Jey’s team didn’t fear him. If this continues, there
won’t be a place at the table for him. Reigns kicks him out of the
Champion vs. Champion
Raw Women’s Champion Asuka vs. SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha
They lock up and start a little chain wrestling. Banks blocks a knee
and hits a hip toss. Banks applies an arm bar, but Asuka fights up.
Asuka tries to twist out, but Banks takes her down for a cross arm
breaker. Asuka fights it, so Banks applies a short arm scissor.
Asuka twists out, but Banks counters into a Bank Statement. Asuka
fights out, so Banks pins her shoulders to the mat for a two count.
Asuka hits a takedown and tries for an Asuka Lock. Banks fights out
and does some joint manipulation to the hand. Banks tries for a
backstabber and gets out a head-scissor. Banks hits a backstabber
for a near fall. Asuka rolls out of the ring to recover.
Banks taunts Asuka and holds the ropes open for her. Banks attacks
Asuka and punches away at her. Asuka quickly comes back with a
running hip attack to knock her out of the ring. Asuka then holds
the ropes open for Banks. Asuka takes Banks down as she gets in the
ring and applies an ankle lock. Banks tries to twist out, but Asuka
holds on. Asuka hits a sliding kick to the face for a near fall.
Asuka applies an arm bar to Banks and elbows the shoulder. Asuka
knees her in the face for a two count. Asuka kicks away at Banks.
Banks avoids a sliding kick and applies a deep arm bar. Asuka fights
off. They exchange offense before winding up on the apron. Asuka
goes for a German Suplex, but Banks fights it. Asuka boots her back
and hits a hip attack off the apron. Asuka puts her in the ring, but
Banks kicks her back. Banks hits a baseball slide and goes for a
suplex on the floor. Asuka puts her on the barricade, but Banks
knocks her back. Banks goes for a meteora off the apron, but Asuka
counters into a codebreaker! Both women are nearly counted out, but
they get back in.
Asuka goes for a hip attack after taking a moment to recover, but
Banks avoids it. Banks kicks her in the back of the head and hits a
backstabber for a near fall. Banks hits a meteora in the corner and
throws her to the center of the ring. Banks goes for a splash, but
lands on her feet to avoid a boot from Asuka. Banks applies a Bank
Statement to Asuka. Asuka fights out of it and tries for the Asuka
Lock. Banks fights up, so Asuka whips her to the apron. Asuka hits
another codebreaker into the ring for a near fall. Asuka goes for an
ankle lock, but Banks counters into a roll-up. They trade roll-ups
and backslide pins. Asuka kicks her in the head and charges, but
Banks counters into a cradle for the win.
Winner by Pinfall: SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks
Footage is shown of The Miz winning a dual-branded battle royal on
the Kickoff Show.
We also see footage of The Gobbledy Gooker winning the WWE 24/7
Championship from R-Truth on the show.
The Gobbledy Gooker is walking backstage when it comes upon some
birdseed laid out on the floor. Gooker plays with the seed, so Akira
Tozawa rolls it up for the win. R-Truth then hits Tozawa with
birdseed to win back the 24/7 Championship.
5-Woman Survivor Series Elimination Match
Team Raw (WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler,
Lacey Evans, Peyton Royce, and Lana) vs. Team SmackDown (Bayley,
Bianca Belair, Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan, and Natalya)
Bayley starts the match against Lacey Evans. Evans powers her to the
corner and throws a handkerchief at her. Bayley takes Evans down and
tags Natalya in. Natalya quickly takes Evans down, spikes her on her
tailbone, steps on her, and hits a low dropkick for a two count.
Peyton Royce tags in, so Natalya rolls her up for a two count.
Belair tags in. Natalya and Belair hit a double-team suplex
(complete with squats). Belair splashes Royce for a two count. Liv
Morgan tags in and avoids a kick from Royce. Morgan and Royce wipe
each other out with a double clothesline. Ruby Riott tags in, but
Royce takes her down.
Shayna Baszler tags in and elbows Riott down. Riott stomps Baszler,
but Baszler hits a backbreaker. Riott avoids an arm stomp and rolls
Baszler up for a two count. Riott punches away at Baszler. Nia Jax
tags in and stares at Riott. Riott looks nervous. Bayley tags in.
Team SmackDown attacks Jax, but Jax throws them off. Morgan tags in,
but Jax slams her off. Lana blind tags in off Jax! Morgan kicks
Lana, but Lana takes her down for a one count. Natalya tags in and
shoulder blocks Lana. Lana leapfrogs Natalya and rolls her up for a
two count. Natalya rolls Lana up for a one count. Lana punches
Natalya in the corner and knees her before kicking her in the back.
Lana hits a slow motion kick into a split for a two count. Lana
looks for a tag, but no one on Team Raw wants to tag her. Jax then
tags in and orders Lana to stand on the steps. Lana looks upset.
Bayley stares across the ring at Royce, who also tagged in. Bayley
punches away at Royce and keeps her grounded with strikes. Belair
tags in and military presses Royce into snake eyes. Bayley tags in
and comes off the top rope with a flying elbow drop. Evans breaks up
the pin. Natalya hits a Discus Clothesline on Evans. Baszler takes
Natalya down. Jax runs in and clears Team SmackDown from the ring.
Bayley then chop blocks Jax and knocks her out of the ring. Bayley
points at Lana on the steps before going to the top rope. Royce big
boots Bayley. Royce then hits a superplex on Bayley off the top rope
onto Team Raw and Team SmackDown! Bayley somehow missed everyone and
looks to have crashed onto the floor hard! Royce gets Bayley in the
ring and hits Deja Vu for the elimination.
Bayley has been eliminated.
Royce rolls Natalya up for a two count. Natalya fights back, but
Royce takes her down for a two count. Natalya spikes Royce on her
tailbone, but Royce comes back with a single leg crab. Natalya gets
out and goes for some inverted surfboard, but it’s completely
botched. Natalya stomps her and applies a Sharpshooter for the
Peyton Royce has been eliminated.
We’re back to 4-on-4. Evans takes Natalya down and goes to the
second rope for a moonsault… but Natalya moved. Natalya goes for a
Sharpshooter, but Baszler runs in. Natalya goes for a Sharpshooter
on Baszler, but Evans hits a Woman’s Right for the elimination.
Natalya has been eliminated.
Team Raw is up 4-on-3. Belair runs in and takes Evans down before
hitting a double chickenwing slam. Belair goes to the top rope, but
Evans cuts her off. Evans hits a dangerous looking Spanish Fly, but
The Riott Squad breaks up the pin. Jax tags in and handles the Riott
Squad easily. The Riott Squad make a mini-comeback on Jax, but Jax
stumbles into Baszler to tag her in. Baszler punches away at Riott’s
midsection before viciously kneeing her. Baszler talks trash to
Morgan before hitting a shining wizard on Riott for a two count.
Riott avoids an arm breaker stomp. Riott rolls her up for a two
count. Riott elbows Baszler in the face before going to the second
rope. Baszler catches her with the Kirifuda Clutch. Jax pulls Morgan
off the apron. Riott rolls Baszler up, but the referee doesn’t see.
Riott is unconscious when the referee comes to. Baszler easily pins
Ruby Riott has been eliminated.
Team Raw is up 4-on-2. Morgan comes in as Evans tags in. Morgan
bounces Evans off the canvas before kicking her. Morgan hits a stomp
to the back and beats Evans down in the corner. Morgan hits a
crucifix bomb on Evans for the elimination.
Lacey Evans has been eliminated.
Team Raw is still up 3-on-2. Morgan and Belair dare Jax to get in
the ring. Morgan attacks Jax before knocking Baszler off the apron.
Morgan kicks Jax in the knee and hits a DDT. Jax is back up to a
knee, so Morgan hits an enzuigiri. Jax gets to her feet and hits a
Samoan Drop for the elimination.
Liv Morgan has been eliminated.
It’s down to a 3-on-1 advantage for Team Raw. Belair is surrounded
by Jax and Baszler. Belair attacks Baszler and leapfrogs Jax before
shouldering away at her. Jax tosses Belair away, but Belair avoids
her. Belair flips over Jax and punches away at her before taking Jax
down. Belair goes for a splash, but Jax gets the knees up. Jax hits
a nasty powerslam before dropping a leg for a near fall. Lana is
still standing on the steps. Jax takes Belair down and goes to the
second rope. Belair kicks Jax off the ropes and out of the ring.
Baszler tagged in before Jax hit the floor. Baszler gets out of a
slam and tries for a Kirifuda Clutch. Belair gets out and goes for a
handspring, but Baszler comes back with the Kirifuda Clutch. Belair
refuses to quit. Belair powers up with Baszler on her back. Belair
slowly makes her way to the ropes and passes out into the ropes.
Baszler won’t let go of the hold, so the referee disqualifies her.
Shayna Baszler has been eliminated.
Jax clears the commentary table and goes to hit a Samoan Drop on
Belair. Belair gets out and sends her into the ring steps. They
brawl at ringside until Belair hits a back body drop over the
barricade. They’re both counted out… meaning Lana is the sole
Winners: Team Raw
Jax is absolutely infuriated as Lana celebrates being the sole
survivor of Team Raw. Jax is held back by the referee.
Video Package: Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre
Champion vs. Champion
WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns w/ Paul Heyman vs. WWE Champion
Reigns and McIntyre go face-to-face and hold up their championships.
They lock up, and McIntyre quickly goes for a hammerlock. Reigns
gets to the ropes, and McIntyre gives a clean break. They lock up
again, and McIntyre takes him down. Reigns fights up, and McIntyre
shoulder blocks him down. Reigns quickly gets out of the ring to
rethink his strategy with Paul Heyman.
Reigns takes a lot of time before getting in the ring. Reigns
punches McIntyre back to the corner. McIntyre responds back with
some right hands and has Reigns trapped in the corner. McIntyre
viciously chops him, so Reigns gets fired up. Reigns punches away at
McIntyre in the corner. McIntyre fights back, but Reigns drops him
on the apron and slams him into the ring post. Reigns then punches
him off the apron to the floor. Reigns goes outside and continues to
attack McIntyre. Reigns puts himself halfway in the ring to break
the count. Reigns sends McIntyre into the ring steps and gets him in
the ring. Reigns covers for a near fall. Reigns cinches in a rear
chin lock. Reigns powers McIntyre to his back and covers for a two
count. Reigns punches and elbows away at McIntyre for another two
count. Reigns goes back to the rear chin lock. McIntyre gets out and
punches back at Reigns. McIntyre sends him into the ropes, but
Reigns comes back with a leaping clothesline for a near fall.
McIntyre gets to his feet, and they start to trade punches. Reigns
kicks McIntyre in his injured arm before whipping him hard to the
corner. McIntyre pops out with a clothesline before hitting another
one. McIntyre hits a wild belly-to-belly overhead suplex before
taking him down with a neckbreaker and kipping up. McIntyre sizes
Reigns up and goes for a Future Shock DDT. Reigns gets out and hits
a Samoan Drop for a near fall. Reigns strikes away at him and goes
for a Superman Punch, but McIntyre counters into a spinebuster for a
near fall. McIntyre gets Reigns out of the ring and drives him into
the barricade a few times before sending him into the steel steps.
McIntyre gets Reigns in the ring, but Reigns kicks him as he gets
back in the ring.
Reigns talks some trash to McIntyre, so McIntyre responds with a
Glasgow Kiss. They avoid clotheslines from one another before
McIntyre hits a Future Shock DDT for a near fall. McIntyre takes
some time and sizes Reigns up for a Claymore Kick, but Reigns
responds with a Superman Punch. Reigns goes for a guillotine, but
McIntyre hits an overhead belly-to-belly suplex. Reigns quickly
boots him in the face and sends him shoulder-first into the ring
post. Reigns is fired up and stares at McIntyre as he gets to his
feet. Reigns goes for a Spear… but McIntyre counters into a slam and
applies the kimura lock! McIntyre cinches it in, but Reigns gets a
hand on the bottom rope.
Reigns rolls out of the ring to recover. McIntyre charges, but
Reigns counters into a Samoan Drop on the commentary table. The
table doesn’t break, so Reigns hits him with another Samoan Drop the
does break the table. Reigns heads to the ring to break up the
count-out. Reigns stares at McIntyre as he struggles to get up.
Reigns then spears McIntyre through the barricade! Reigns gets
McIntyre in the ring… but McIntyre kicks out! Reigns is incredulous!
“This is awesome” chants are piped in. Reigns sets up for a Spear,
but McIntyre kicks him in the face. McIntyre hits the ropes, but
Reigns connects with a Spear for a near fall. Reigns has moved from
incredulity to infuriation. Reigns shouts at the commentary team.
Reigns sets up for a Spear and charges, but McIntyre wipes him out
with a Claymore Kick. Reigns is knocked into the referee, who is
knocked from the ring. Jey Uso runs down, so McIntyre knocks him off
the apron. McIntyre grabs Reigns, but Reigns low blows McIntyre. Uso
connects with a superkick. Reigns hits a Superman Punch and applies
the guillotine choke. The referee is still out of the ring. McIntyre
starts to fade away. A new referee comes down. McIntyre powers up,
but he collapses back to the mat soon after. The referee calls for
Winner by Knockout: WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns
Roman Reigns looks up the ramp and sees his cousin Jey Uso sitting
there. Reigns walks up and stares at him. They then embrace and
Reigns stands arm-in-arm with his cousin.
The Undertaker’s Final Farewell
Mike Rome announces that it is time for The Undertaker’s Final
Shane McMahon makes his way to the ring first. McMahon faced
Undertaker at WrestleMania 32 in a Hell in a Cell Match. They’ve
also been friends from the first moment Undertaker got to WWF/E.
Out next is The Big Show. Undertaker took Big Show under his wing
when he arrived in WWF in 1999 from WCW.
JBL is out next, and they refer to him as a WWE Hall of Famer
despite not having an induction ceremony. JBL is a longtime friend
of Undertaker’s and they had a long rivalry in 2004.
Jeff Hardy is the next person part of the ceremony. Undertaker put
Hardy over as a legitimate superstar in a classic ladder match on
Raw in 2002.
Mick Foley makes his way to the ring next. Foley faced the
Undertaker many times on PPV, including an all-time classic Hell in
a Cell match at King of the Ring in 1998. Long considered to be one
of Undertaker’s greatest rivals, he was part of one of the biggest
stories of Undertaker’s career when Paul Bearer turned on Undertaker
at SummerSlam in 1996.
The Godfather makes his way to the ring next. He’s a longtime friend
of the Undertaker’s.
The Godwins – Phinneus I. and Henry O. – make their way to the ring.
They’re longtime friends of Undertaker’s and part of the BSK – Bone
Street Krew. That was a backstage group formed in the mid-1990s in
response to the infamous Kliq.
Savio Vega is out next – another longtime friend of The Undertaker.
Rikishi makes his way to the ring. Rikishi is another longtime
friend and a cousin of one of Undertaker’s dearest friends, the late
Kevin Nash makes his way to the ring. Nash, as Diesel, faced The
Undertaker at WrestleMania 12 before leaving for WCW.
Booker T comes out to the ring next. When Undertaker returned to the
Dead Man character, Booker T was instrumental in selling for that
character and putting him over strong.
Shawn Michaels, who is quite possibly the greatest rival Undertaker
has ever had, is out to the ring next. HBK faced Undertaker in
back-to-back classic matches at WrestleMania 25 and 26. Undertaker
retired Shawn Michaels at WM 26 (aside from an ill-fated and
ill-conceived comeback match in 2018).
“The Nature Boy” Ric Flair comes out to the ring. Flair faced
Undertaker at WrestleMania 18 in 2002. Flair credits Undertaker for
helping him to restore his confidence after WCW broke him down.
Triple H is out next. Triple H also had an epic series of matches
against The Undertaker at WrestleMania. They had back-to-back
matches at 27 and 28 (with 28 being an epic, all-time great Hell in
a Cell Match), but people always forget that they tore the house
down at WrestleMania X-Seven in 2001.
Kane makes his way to the ring next. Kane is the Undertaker’s
storyline brother, but one of his closest friends. They had a back
and forth rivalry since Kane debuted in 1997. Aside from fighting,
they also formed one of the most dominant tag teams of all time as
the Brothers of Destruction.
Video Package: The legendary career of The Undertaker with
Metallica’s “Now That We’re Dead” playing over it
Mike Rome introduces the WWE Chairman and CEO Mr. McMahon to the
ring. McMahon is standing in the middle of the ring. McMahon talks
about the three decades Undertaker has spent in WWE. Undertaker
struck fear into the hearts of everyone he faced and entertained the
many fans of the WWF and WWE. This history will never be duplicated.
McMahon gets emotional as he says, “So tonight we say… we say
‘goodbye.’ They say nothing lasts forever. I think they’re wrong
because the legacy of the Undertaker will live on eternally. So now
I give you the Dead Man, the Phenom… ladies and gentlemen… THE
The bell tolls and the lights go out. Fireballs light up the stage
and surround the WWE ThunderDome. An electronic version of the Dead
Man’s theme plays, which sounds like an old school video game. It’s
supposed to be the thunder making that noise. The bell tolls again
and we see more fire. The actual theme of the Undertaker plays now…
and for the final time the legendary “Undertaker” Mark Calaway makes
his way to the ring in full costume. Undertaker makes his slow walk
down the ramp and goes to the corner of the ring. A platform raises
him up, and he raises his arms up as more fireballs set off.
Undertaker stands in the ring and piped in “Undertaker” chants play
in the WWE ThunderDome. Undertaker looks around the arena and just
soaks it in.
“For 30 long years, I’ve made that slow walk to this ring and have
laid people to rest time and time again. And now, my time has come.”
A “Thank you, Taker” chant picks up.
“My time has come to let The Undertaker rest… in… peace.”
Another “Thank you, Taker” chant fires up on the loudspeakers in the
arena. Undertaker drops down to a knee and Paul Bearer’s, “OHHH
YESSS” is heard. A hologram of Paul Bearer holding the urn is shown
next to the kneeling Undertaker. What an amazing tribute to the
late, great William Moody.
The bell tolls numerous times as the Undertaker continues to kneel
in the ring. The music plays, and Undertaker gets to his feet.
Undertaker does the famous throat slash taunt and walks around the
ring. Undertaker then exits through the ring ropes and closes the
door on a legendary active career. Undertaker walks up the ramp,
turns to look back, and turns back. The arm goes up as an homage to
the American Bad Ass. Undertaker then walks off as the show comes to