Survivor Series (2017)

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Survivor Series (2017) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event and WWE Network event, produced by WWE for the Raw and SmackDown brands. It took place on November 19, 2017, at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.[1] It was the thirty-first event under the Survivor Series chronology. The theme of the event was brand supremacy, and every match of the main card featured wrestlers of the Raw brand facing wrestlers of the SmackDown brand.

Ten matches were contested at the event, including three on the pre-show. The card was highlighted by two traditional Survivor Series elimination matches. In the main event, Team Raw's men's team defeated Team SmackDown's, and in the other elimination match, Team Raw's women's team also defeated Team SmackDown's. Also, every champion of the Raw brand faced their counterpart champion of the SmackDown brand in non-title matches, with the exception of the WWE Cruiserweight Championship, which was the only title to be defended where Enzo Amore retained against Kalisto on the pre-show. Other prominent matches of the main card included Universal Champion Brock Lesnar defeating WWE Champion AJ Styles, which was the only one of four champion versus champion matches in which Raw defeated SmackDown, and The Shield defeated The New Day in their first pay-per-view match together since Payback in 2014. Raw won brand supremacy by winning four of the seven matches on the main card.

Survivor Series (2017)
Survivor Series 2017
Promotional poster featuring various WWE wrestlers
Theme
song
(s)
"Greatest Show on Earth" by Kid Rock
Information
Promotion WWE
Brand(s) Raw
SmackDown
Sponsor(s) Mattel
Date November 19, 2017
Attendance 14,478
Venue Toyota Center
City Houston, Texas
WWE Network event chronology
NXT TakeOver: WarGames Survivor Series (2017) Clash of Champions (2017)
Survivor Series chronology
Survivor Series (2016) Survivor Series (2017) Survivor Series (2018)

Background

The card featured ten matches, including three on the pre-show, that resulted from scripted storylines that had results predetermined by WWE on both the Raw and SmackDown brands.[2][3] Storylines were produced on WWE's weekly television shows, Monday Night Raw, SmackDown Live, and 205 Live, the latter of which is cruiserweight-exclusive.[4][5]

At Raw's pay-per-view No Mercy, Brock Lesnar defeated Braun Strowman to retain the Universal Championship,[6] while at SmackDown's Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, Jinder Mahal retained the WWE Championship against Shinsuke Nakamura.[7] On the October 17 episode of SmackDown, after returning from a trip to India, Mahal said that a young boy had questioned what was next for him. Mahal said that he had defeated every worthy opponent on the SmackDown roster and that at Survivor Series, he wanted to face Raw's top champion, Brock Lesnar. Mahal, however, was interrupted by AJ Styles, who took exception to Mahal's claim and challenged Mahal for the WWE Championship. Mahal said that Styles was a joke, and Styles retaliated by attacking Mahal and The Singh Brothers (Samir and Sunil Singh). Backstage, Mahal confronted SmackDown General Manager Daniel Bryan about the incident, and said that one of The Singh Brothers should make Styles pay and Bryan agreed;[8] Styles defeated both Sunil and Samir, respectively, on the following two episodes.[9][10] Lesnar and his advocate Paul Heyman appeared on the October 23 episode of Raw to address Mahal's challenge where both laughed at it. Heyman stated that Mahal was not Lesnar's counterpart, nor worthy of being WWE Champion, however, they accepted the challenge.[11] The next couple of weeks on SmackDown, Mahal responded to Lesnar, stating that he had overcome much adversity and he would defeat Lesnar at Survivor Series.[9][10] However, it was then announced that Styles would face Mahal for the WWE Championship on the November 7 episode of SmackDown,[12] where Styles defeated Mahal, making him the WWE Champion facing Lesnar at Survivor Series.[13] Lesnar and Heyman appeared on Raw the following week to address Lesnar's new opponent, stating that Styles was the ultimate underdog, but that Lesnar was the number one champion in WWE history.[14] The following night on SmackDown, Styles and Bryan mocked Lesnar and Heyman, with Bryan acting as Styles' advocate, and Bryan said that Lesnar always mentally quits when he enters deep waters and Styles would "drown" Lesnar at Survivor Series.[15]

On the October 23 episode of Raw, Raw General Manager Kurt Angle announced the match card for Survivor Series. With the exception of Raw's WWE Cruiserweight Championship (as it did not have a SmackDown counterpart), every champion of the Raw brand was scheduled to face their counterpart of the SmackDown brand in non-title matches: the Universal Champion against the WWE Champion, the Intercontinental Champion against the United States Champion, the Raw Women's Champion against the SmackDown Women's Champion, and the Raw Tag Team Champions against the SmackDown Tag Team Champions. Angle also announced that there would be two traditional Survivor Series elimination matches, one male match and one female match, pitting five of Raw's male and female wrestlers against five of SmackDown's male and female wrestlers, respectively.[11]

Intercontinental Champion The Miz kept his spot in the Survivor Series match by retaining his title against Matt Hardy on the October 30 episode of Raw.[16] Baron Corbin also kept his spot by retaining the United States Championship against Sin Cara on the November 14 episode of SmackDown.[13][15] Also on the October 30 episode of Raw, Alexa Bliss retained the Raw Women's Championship against Mickie James, keeping her in the Survivor Series match against the SmackDown Women's Champion;[16] her opponent was originally Natalya, but was changed to Charlotte Flair, who defeated Natalya for the title on the November 14 episode of SmackDown.[13][15] On the November 6 episode of Raw, Cesaro and Sheamus defeated Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins to become the Raw Tag Team Champions,[17] thus making them the champions for the Survivor Series match against The Usos (Jey and Jimmy Uso) who, despite losing by count-out, retained their SmackDown Tag Team Championship against Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin on the November 7 episode of SmackDown.[10][13]

As Raw General Manager Kurt Angle was about to announce the members for Team Raw's men's team on the October 23 episode of Raw, SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon with several male and female SmackDown wrestlers came through the crowd. They proceeded to the backstage area and laid out all of the men and women of the Raw locker room.[11] The following night on SmackDown, SmackDown General Manager Daniel Bryan was surprised that Angle and members of the Raw brand did not invade SmackDown, but warned Shane that they would eventually show up for retribution. That same episode, Team SmackDown's men's team got its first member when Randy Orton qualified by defeating Sami Zayn.[9] The following week, Shane announced himself as the captain of Team SmackDown and explained their invasion of Raw, stating that SmackDown had always been looked at as the inferior brand. He also said that Raw would pay for injuring Bryan, who Kane had attacked with a chokeslam the previous night on Raw. Later that episode of SmackDown, Bobby Roode and Shinsuke Nakamura qualified for the team by defeating Dolph Ziggler and Kevin Owens, respectively. The last spot for Team SmackDown was originally going to be determined the following week in a match between AJ Styles and Rusev, but that match was canceled after Styles was scheduled to face Jinder Mahal for the WWE Championship that episode.[10] Rusev instead faced Orton to qualify, but failed to defeat him.[13] The following day on Twitter, Shane announced free agent John Cena as the final member of Team SmackDown.[18] Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon made her return on the October 30 episode of Raw and confronted Angle; her last appearance as Raw's Commissioner was at WrestleMania 33. She said that SmackDown's invasion was an embarrassment to Angle and the entire Raw locker room. She then gave Angle the opportunity to redeem himself by naming Angle the captain of Team Raw's men's team. However, she said that if Team Raw were to lose at Survivor Series, Angle would be fired as the Raw General Manager.[16] Afterwards on Twitter, Angle named Braun Strowman as his first pick for Team Raw.[19] The following week, after their match ended in a double count-out, Samoa Joe and Finn Bálor were both added to Team Raw by Angle. Bálor then dived off the stage onto Joe. Later that episode, Angle named Jason Jordan as the final member of Team Raw.[17] The very next week, however, Stephanie disagreed with Angle's final pick and said that she wanted to decimate SmackDown. Later in the show, Jordan was (storyline) injured by a returning Bray Wyatt, and rendered unable to compete by Angle. Jordan begged Angle to not remove him from the Survivor Series match. Angle could not bring himself to do it, after which, Chief Operating Officer Triple H returned (his first appearance on Raw since WrestleMania 33) and announced himself as Jordan's replacement, and then attacked Jordan with a Pedigree.[14] The following night on SmackDown, during a tag team match between The New Day and Owens and Zayn, Raw invaded SmackDown by attacking the roster. After everyone was taken out, Shane McMahon was attacked, suffering an Angle Slam by Angle and two Triple Powerbombs by The Shield.[15]

Team Raw's women's team began to take shape also on the October 23 episode of Raw. A triple threat match between Alicia Fox, Bayley, and Sasha Banks was scheduled to determine the captain for Team Raw, which was won by Fox.[11] The following week, Fox was originally scheduled to face Bayley, but as Team Raw's captain, she instead had Nia Jax face Bayley, which Jax won. After the match, Fox chose Jax as her first pick for Team Raw.[16] Fox then added Asuka to the team after the latter defeated Stacy Coates. Later, she added Banks to the team after Banks and Bayley defeated Fox and Jax in a tag team match.[17] Bayley won the final spot on Team Raw by defeating Dana Brooke and Mickie James in a triple threat match on the November 13 episode of Raw.[14] On the October 24 episode of SmackDown, Becky Lynch, Ms. Money in the Bank Carmella, Charlotte Flair, Naomi, and Tamina were announced as the five members of Team SmackDown's women's team; Lynch was named captain by defeating the other four in a fatal five-way match.[9] The following week, Lynch said that Team SmackDown needed to be ready if Raw were to invade them. Then-SmackDown Women's Champion Natalya interrupted and said it was unfortunate that she was not the captain, but would defeat Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss. She also said that Lynch needed to find who the weak link was on their team.[10] Flair was then removed from the team after winning the SmackDown Women's Championship, and replaced by the wrestler she defeated for the title, Natalya.[15][20]

On the November 6 episode of Raw, during Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins' Raw Tag Team Championship defense against Cesaro and Sheamus, SmackDown's The New Day (Big E, Kofi Kingston, and Xavier Woods) appeared in the crowd to make Raw believe that SmackDown were invading them again. General Manager Kurt Angle signaled for the Raw locker to go after The New Day. During the distraction, Sheamus pinned Rollins to win the Raw Tag Team Championship for him and Cesaro.[17] Roman Reigns, who had been out with an illness, returned the following week and The Shield challenged The New Day to a six-man tag team match at Survivor Series, which was made official.[14] The following night on SmackDown, The Shield invaded SmackDown during New Day's tag team match against Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. Owens and Zayn bailed while The Shield attacked The New Day.[15]

At Raw's pay-per-view TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs, Enzo Amore defeated Kalisto to recapture the WWE Cruiserweight Championship.[21] Kalisto invoked his championship rematch on the following episode of 205 Live, but Amore retained after he was disqualified for attacking the referee. Kalisto then attacked Amore out of anger.[22] The following week on Raw, Kalisto defeated Drew Gulak, who had Amore in his corner. After the match, Amore attacked Kalisto with the JawdonZo.[16] Another rematch between the two for the Cruiserweight Championship was scheduled for the Survivor Series pre-show.[23]

On November 19, just prior to the event, WWE announced two non-interpromotional matches for the Survivor Series pre-show: Raw's Elias and Matt Hardy were scheduled to face each other, and SmackDown's tag teams Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn and Breezango (Fandango and Tyler Breeze) were scheduled for a match.[24]

Event

Other on-screen personnel
Role: Name:
English commentators Michael Cole (Raw)
Corey Graves (Raw/SmackDown)
Booker T (Raw)
Tom Phillips (SmackDown)
Byron Saxton (SmackDown)
Vic Joseph (Cruiserweight title match)
Nigel McGuinness (Cruiserweight title match)
Spanish commentators Carlos Cabrera
Marcelo Rodríguez
German commentators Carsten Schaefer
Tim Haber
Calvin Knie
Ring announcers Greg Hamilton
JoJo
Referees Jason Ayers
Shawn Bennett
Mike Chioda
John Cone
Dan Engler
Darrick Moore
Charles Robinson
Ryan Tran
Rod Zapata
Interviewers Renee Young
Charly Caruso
Dasha Fuentes
Pre-show panel Renee Young
Jerry Lawler
Peter Rosenberg
Shawn Michaels

Pre-show

Three matches were contested on the pre-show. In the first match, Elias faced Matt Hardy. In the end, Elias threw Hardy into the ring post and performed a Drift Away on Hardy to win the match.[25]

Next, Enzo Amore defended the WWE Cruiserweight Championship against Kalisto. In the climax, Kalisto hit an exposed turnbuckle which allowed Amore to perform the JawdonZo on Kalisto to retain the title.[25]

In the last pre-show match, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn faced Breezango (Fandango and Tyler Breeze). Owens performed a pop-up powerbomb on Fandango to win the match.[25]

Preliminary matches

The actual pay-per-view opened with The Shield facing The New Day. During the match, Woods performed a Double Midnight Hour on Rollins and Ambrose, who were on top of Big E's shoulders. Reigns performed a spear on Kingston. Ambrose countered a clothesline attempt by Big E with a Dirty Deeds. In the end, Ambrose, Reigns, and Rollins performed the triple powerbomb from the second rope on Kingston followed by Ambrose pinning Kingston to win the match, opening the event with 1-0 for Raw.[26]

Next, Team Raw (Alicia Fox, Sasha Banks, Bayley, Asuka, and Nia Jax) faced Team SmackDown (Becky Lynch, Naomi, Carmella, Natalya, and Tamina) in a 5-on-5 elimination match. The team captains, Fox and Lynch, started the match. Bayley tagged in and eliminated Lynch with a roll-up. Carmella performed a superkick on Bayley followed by a Samoan Splash by Tamina to eliminate Bayley. Tamina attacked Jax with a crossbody and performed a Samoan Splash off the steel steps on Jax: Jax was unable to answer the referee's ten count and was eliminated. Naomi reversed a Tilt-a-Whirl Backbraker from Fox into a Sitout Pin, to eliminate Fox. Banks applied the Bank Statement on Naomi to eliminate her. Asuka performed a roundhousekick on Carmella to eliminate her. Natalya applied the Sharpshooter on Banks to eliminate her. Asuka applied an armbar on Tamina to eliminate her and then applied the Asuka Lock on Natalya to eliminate her to win the match, leaving Asuka as the sole survivor of Team Raw and still undefeated in her WWE career and moving the score up to 2-0 for Raw.[26]

Next, Intercontinental Champion The Miz faced United States Champion Baron Corbin. In the end, Corbin countered a roundhouse kick by Miz and performed the End of Days on The Miz to win the match. SmackDown gained its first point, making the score 2-1.[26]

After that, Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro and Sheamus faced SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos. In the end, Jey performed the Samoan Splash on Sheamus to win the match, tying the score at 2-2.[26]

In the fourth match, Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss faced SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair. In the end, Flair applied the Figure Eight on Bliss and Bliss tapped out, with SmackDown taking the lead of 3-2.[26]

After that, Universal Champion Brock Lesnar faced WWE Champion AJ Styles. In the end, Styles applied the Calf Crusher on Lesnar only for Lesnar to slam Styles' head into the mat to release the hold. Styles performed a Pele Kick and a Phenomenal Forearm on Lesnar for a nearfall. As Styles attempted another Phenomenal Forearm, Lesnar caught him in midair and executed the F-5 on Styles to win the match, tying the score at 3-3.[26]

Main event

In the main event, Team Raw (Kurt Angle, Braun Strowman, Finn Bálor, Samoa Joe, and Triple H) battled Team SmackDown (Shane McMahon, Randy Orton, Bobby Roode, Shinsuke Nakamura, and John Cena) in a 5-on-5 elimination match, with the stipulation being that if Team Raw were to lose, Angle would be fired as Raw General Manager. Strowman performed a running powerslam on Nakamura to eliminate him. Roode performed a Blockbuster on Strowman for a nearfall. Strowman then performed another running powerslam on Roode to eliminate him. Joe and Bálor began to argue which led to Cena performing an Attitude Adjustment on both Bálor and Joe and then performed another Attitude Adjustment on Joe to eliminate him. Angle performed an Angle Slam on Cena only for Shane to break the pinfall. Bálor then performed a Coup de Gráce on Cena, followed by a second Angle Slam from Angle to eliminate Cena. Orton countered a Coup de Gráce from Bálor and performed an RKO on Bálor to eliminate him. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn appeared and attacked Shane, however, Shane fought Zayn and Owens off with a chair. Strowman executed a running powerslam on Orton to eliminate him, leaving Shane as the last member of Team SmackDown. Shane and Angle faced off. As Angle had Shane in the Angle Lock, Triple H turned on Angle and performed the Pedigree on him and then placed Shane on top of him to eliminate Angle. This was a ruse, however, as after Triple H aided Shane to stand up, he performed the Pedigree on Shane to eliminate him and win the match, leaving a confused Strowman and Triple H as the survivors of Team Raw, making the score 4-3 with Raw winning brand supremacy, and Angle kept his position as Raw General Manager. After the match, Strowman grabbed Triple H by the throat and warned him to never try something like that again. As Triple H attempted to attack Strowman from behind, Strowman retaliated and performed two running powerslams on Triple H.[26]

Aftermath

Raw

The following night's Raw opened with Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon gloating about Raw defeating SmackDown at Survivor Series. She said that Kurt Angle's job as the Raw General Manager was secure, and then introduced "the man responsible for [Raw's] victory", her husband and COO Triple H. Before Triple H could speak, Angle interrupted and said that if Triple H were to ever attack him from behind again, he did not care about his job and would be coming for Triple H. Jason Jordan then came out and challenged Triple H to a match. Angle had him back down. Jordan said that Triple H was afraid and Stephanie retorted that Triple H was afraid of no one. Braun Strowman came out and confronted Triple H, who retreated. Stephanie then scheduled Jordan to face Strowman. The match ended in a no contest after Kane attacked Strowman.[27] Kane and Strowman continued to feud over the next month, and it was decided that Brock Lesnar would defend the Universal Championship against Kane and Strowman in a triple threat match at the Royal Rumble.[28]

The Miz addressed his loss to United States Champion Baron Corbin and said that Corbin had the biggest victory of his career, but Miz was on the A-show. He then introduced his guest for Miz TV, Roman Reigns, who was accompanied by both Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins. Miz said his segment was with Reigns, not the entire Shield. The Shield said that at Survivor Series, they proved that they were the most dominant three-man team in WWE history. Miz said that he deserved a "thank you" as it was because of him that The Shield reunited. Miz then gloated that he was a champion, holding up his Intercontinental Championship. Ambrose and Rollins said they would eventually recapture the Raw Tag Team Championship from Cesaro and Sheamus, and Reigns challenged The Miz for the Intercontinental Championship. In the main event, Reigns defeated Miz for the title, also becoming a Triple Crown Champion and a Grand Slam Champion in the process.[27] The Miz was scheduled to have his contractual rematch on the Raw 25th Anniversary episode on January 22, 2018.[29]

Samoa Joe and Finn Bálor had a rematch from prior to Survivor Series, where Joe made Bálor pass out to the Coquina Clutch. Elias came out to play a song and bragged about defeating Matt Hardy, who attacked Elias.[27] All four would go on to announce their participation in the 2018 Royal Rumble match (but Joe would get injured and removed).[28][29] Bálor also formed the Bálor Club with Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson (all three being former members of New Japan Pro-Wrestling's Bullet Club of which Bálor was the original leader),[30] and Matt became "Woken" Matt Hardy (WWE's version of "Broken" Matt Hardy from Impact Wrestling) and started a feud with Bray Wyatt, who also announced his participation in the Royal Rumble match.[31]

In the women's division, Raw's sole survivor Asuka had a match with Dana Brooke, who blamed Asuka for her not being on Team Raw at Survivor Series. Asuka subsequently defeated Brooke. Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss talked about her match against SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair, stating that she only had five days to prepare, but said she took Flair to her limits. She was then interrupted by Mickie James, Bayley, Sasha Banks, and Alicia Fox, who each wanted a shot at the Raw Women's Championship. Bliss said they were undeserving, but Raw General Manager Kurt Angle scheduled a fatal four-way match between them to determine the number one contender for the title. That match ended in a no contest due to the return of Paige, who had been out for injury since June 2016, and the main roster debuts of NXT's Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose, who all attacked James, Bayley, and Banks; Fox ran away. The three, calling themselves Absolution, later confronted Bliss backstage and attacked her.[27] A number one contender was not decided, but on the December 18 episode of Raw, Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon announced that the 2018 Royal Rumble would feature the first-ever women's Royal Rumble match, which was followed by the women of Raw and SmackDown announcing their participation over the next several weeks.[28]

SmackDown

On the following episode of SmackDown, SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon addressed Survivor Series and said that despite their loss, SmackDown would no longer be considered the B-show. He said that SmackDown did well against Raw, except for two individuals, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, who Shane invited to the ring. Owens said SmackDown would have won had they been on the team. As Shane was about to fire them, they were interrupted by SmackDown General Manager Daniel Bryan, who instead decided to have Owens and Zayn face The New Day, who they had bailed on the previous week, in a lumber jack match with the rest of the SmackDown roster as the lumberjacks. After a brawl broke out ringside, Zayn capitalized on the distraction and he and Owens defeated The New Day. Backstage, Owens begged for Bryan not to fire them and Bryan said he would not.[32] This rivalry lead to a tag team match being scheduled for Clash of Champions with Owens and Zayn facing Randy Orton and Shinsuke Nakamura with Shane and Bryan as special guest referees, and the added stipulation that if Owens and Zayn were to lose, they would be fired from WWE.[33]

WWE Champion AJ Styles addressed his loss to Universal Champion Brock Lesnar. He said he hit Lesnar with everything he had, but Lesnar truly was the beast and congratulated him. He said that despite praise from Paul Heyman, he was not the one limping to the back and welcomed a rematch. Styles then turned his attention to Jinder Mahal, who appeared on the TitanTron and invoked his championship rematch for Clash of Champions, and Styles accepted. Styles was then attacked by The Singh Brothers, but he fought them off and a handicap match between Styles and The Singh Brothers was scheduled for the following week, which Styles won.[32]

In the women's division, Natalya invoked her championship rematch against Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women's Championship. Their match ended in a no contest after they were attacked by the main roster debuts of NXT's Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan, and Sarah Logan, calling themselves The Riott Squad, who had also attacked Naomi backstage earlier in the night.[32] Another championship rematch between Flair and Natalya, this time a lumberjack match, was scheduled for Clash of Champions.[33]

Results

No. Results Stipulations Times[25][26]
1P Elias defeated Matt Hardy Singles match[34] 9:15
2P Enzo Amore (c) defeated Kalisto Singles match for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship[35] 8:45
3P Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn defeated Breezango (Fandango and Tyler Breeze) Tag team match[36] 7:45
4 The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, and Seth Rollins) defeated The New Day (Big E, Kofi Kingston, and Xavier Woods) Six-man tag team match[37] 21:20
5 Team Raw (Alicia Fox, Sasha Banks, Bayley, Asuka, and Nia Jax) defeated Team SmackDown (Becky Lynch, Naomi, Carmella, Natalya, and Tamina) (with Lana)1 5-on-5 Survivor Series elimination match[38] 18:35
6 Baron Corbin defeated The Miz (with Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel) Singles match[39] 9:35
7 The Usos (Jey and Jimmy Uso) defeated Cesaro and Sheamus Tag team match[40] 15:55
8 Charlotte Flair defeated Alexa Bliss by submission Singles match[41] 15:00
9 Brock Lesnar (with Paul Heyman) defeated AJ Styles Singles match[42] 15:25
10 Team Raw (Kurt Angle, Braun Strowman, Finn Bálor, Samoa Joe, and Triple H) defeated Team SmackDown (Shane McMahon, Randy Orton, Bobby Roode, Shinsuke Nakamura, and John Cena)2 5-on-5 Survivor Series elimination match; had Team Raw lost, Kurt Angle would have been fired as Raw General Manager[43] 33:20
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • P – indicates the match took place on the pre-show

Survivor Series elimination matches

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Elimination Wrestler Team Eliminated by Elimination method Time[26]
1 Becky Lynch SmackDown Bayley Roll-up 2:05
2 Bayley Raw Tamina Superfly Splash 5:30
3 Nia Jax Raw - Countout 9:05
4 Alicia Fox Raw Naomi Roll-up 11:00
5 Naomi SmackDown Sasha Banks Bank Statement 11:08
6 Carmella SmackDown Asuka Roundhouse kick 13:00
7 Sasha Banks Raw Natalya Sharpshooter 15:30
8 Tamina SmackDown Asuka Flying cross armbar 17:35
9 Natalya SmackDown Asuka Asuka Lock 18:35
Survivor(s): Asuka (Team Raw)

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Elimination Wrestler Team Eliminated by Elimination method Time[26]
1 Shinsuke Nakamura SmackDown Braun Strowman Running Powerslam 11:40
2 Bobby Roode SmackDown Braun Strowman Running Powerslam 13:00
3 Samoa Joe Raw John Cena Attitude Adjustment 18:10
4 John Cena SmackDown Kurt Angle Angle Slam 21:55
5 Finn Bálor Raw Randy Orton RKO 24:00
6 Randy Orton SmackDown Braun Strowman Running Powerslam 26:40
7 Kurt Angle Raw Shane McMahon Pedigree by Triple H 32:05
8 Shane McMahon SmackDown Triple H Pedigree 33:20
Survivor(s): Braun Strowman and Triple H (Team Raw)

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