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WWE Smackdown Results (11/20): Daniel Bryan vs Jey Uso Headlines Survivor Series Go-Home Show



WWE Smackdown Results

WWE Smackdown Results
November 20, 2020

The Street Profits started the show backstage, hyping up this weekend’s Survivor Series, including the 30th anniversary of The Undertaker’s debut and his Final Farewell. Montez Ford did an impression of the Deadman, all the lights went out, and Big E popped out of the darkness with a sombrero on his head. Apparently that’s all they had in props. Dawkins predicted the Street Profits would woop the New Day so bad on Sunday they’d knock Kofi Kingston’s accent back.

The New Day made their way to the ring and talked up Survivor Series. More Undertaker jokes and impressions. They were cut off by Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn, who complained about WWE protecting their poster boy Bobby Lashley.

King Baron Corbin joined the chaos and complained about all the Raw stars that keep coming over to Smackdown, and said the New Day literally just had their “last match” on Smackdown like a month ago. This brought out Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode. They all went back and forth arguing about who would fight New Day, but in the end all four agreed to just jump them instead.

8-Man Tag Team Match: The New Day (Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods) & The Street Profits (Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins) def. King Corbin & Sami Zayn & Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode. Absolutely no one was on the same page. Zayn refused to get involved at all. The tag champions kept trying to show each other up and had a lot of miscommunication, taking each other out a few times. They all finally forced Zayn to get in the ring and he ate a spinebuster and frog splash for the finish.

Sami Zayn stormed backstage after the match and interrupted an interview in progress with Daniel Bryan, ranting and raving about losing. He started in on Bryan, who shoved him to the ground.

Adam Pearce told Otis that he is the final member of the Smackdown men’s team. Chad Gable celebrated with the big man, who he’s been coaching. Natalya came in and demanded to be put on the women’s team. Instead, Pearce announced Bayley as the team’s captain, and put Natalya in a qualifying match against Tamina instead.

Natalya def. Tamina Snuka to qualify for the Smackdown women’s team at Survivor Series. After the match, Bayley, Bianca Belair, Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan all met in the ring and looked to be on the same page.

Drew McIntyre came out first for the contract signing. Roman Reigns took his sweet time getting to the ring and made Adam Pearce get up and give him his seat at the head of the table. Reigns claimed that he always knew Drew would win the title back, and that he believed in him – but he’s the right guy in the right place at the wrong time. McIntyre wouldn’t take the bait and said he was just there to sign the contract, and does just that. Reigns called him a secondary champion, the guy WWE gets to do something when the Tribal Chief doesn’t want to. “You’ll always be my favorite number two.”

Murphy def. Seth Rollins. Excellent pay-per-view level match. Dominik and Rey Mysterio tried to get involved at one point but Rollins took them both out. They went back and forth hitting each other with everything. Murphy even kicked out of the Curb Stomp, recovered with a few nasty knee strikes and won with Murphy’s Law.

Raw Women’s Champion Asuka and Smackdown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks met in the ring for an interview with Michael Cole. Asuka mocked her relentlessly to the point where Banks was ready to fight and didn’t want to wait for Survivor Series. Carmella jumped Banks from behind and hung her up in the ropes, attacking her leg. Asuka watched it happen and did nothing.

Daniel Bryan def. Jey Uso. Another very good match. Uso came within inches of winning. He almost got it with a superkick, then hit two more superkicks. Bryan blocked the Uso Splash with his knees and rolled him into an inside cradle for the win.


WWE To Hold Slammy Awards On WWE Network This Year



The WWE Slammy Awards are back for the first time since 2015.

WWE revealed their WWE Network lineup for December, and among the listings was an undated airing for the 2020 Slammy Awards. In years past, the Slammy Awards were given out on one of the last Raw’s of the year. Since 2015, end of the year awards were recognized on WWE’s website and social channels.

Other new content coming to the wrestling streaming site this month include documentaries on Keith Lee, Survivor Series 2020, and Goldberg’s streak, as well as a new Broken Skull Sessions with Drew McIntyre.

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WWE NXT Results

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WWE NXT Results
December 2, 2020
Orlando, FL

Live coverage begins at 8PM ET, provided by PW staff writer Matthew Wilkinson (@MC_Wilkinson1). Follow @prowrestlingcom on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.


WWE starts tonight with a tribute to the late, great Pat Patterson, who sadly passed away earlier today. The entire roster is out on the entrance ramp, including Triple H, HBK, and William Regal, paying their respects to the first-ever Intercontinental Champion.

A video package is then shown with photos from Pat’s life while the song ‘My Way’ plays, which Patterson is famous for singing at karaoke throughout his life, with footage of him singing also being shown.


Johnny Gargano is on commentary for this match as he trash talks Damian Priest to start. Footage is shown earlier on tonight of Priest demanding to be in this match as he wants to ensure Ruff gets to Takeover this Sunday. Ruff starts the match, and he avoids Raul Mendoza in the corner jumping around the ropes, eventually catching Raul with a dropkick.

However, things quickly change when the Cruiserweight Champion tags in as he connects with a massive knee strike, which sends Ruff flying into his own corner. Priest comes in and Escobar quickly backs out, but Mendoza eats a back elbow by Priest.

On the outside Damian continues the attack, dropping Mendoza into the ring apron as he then slams him into the barricade. Mendoza tries to respond with a chop, but that only angers Priest, who takes out Mendoza again, however, Priest gets distracted by the Ghostface character who is stood watching in the crowd.

This allows Escobar to tag in and hit a suicide dive while Priest isn’t concentrating. Back inside the ring, Legado Del Fantasma isolates Priest, with Escobar catching him with a huge dropkick in the corner, which sends Priest bouncing off the turnbuckles.

Mendoza then returns as he begins to work over the knee of Priest, targetting the area while Gargano hilarious mocks Priest for shooting fake arrows on commentary. However, Priest finally gets in some offence of his own, hitting a flat liner and he brings in Leon Roff.

He dropkicks Mendoza out of the ring and then connects with a hurricanrana to Santos, but a blind tag gets made as Ruff continues his attack on Santos. After planting him down to the ring, Mendoza charges back in with a dropkick to catch him out, but Ruff then scrambles to Priest and he begins unloading on both of his opponents.

Priest knocks Santos out of the ring with a forearm and he follows up by attacking him again, and as Mendoza tries to dive off the top rope to make the most of it, he ends up hitting a forearm to Mendoza. Priest hits the Reckoning to Raul as Ruff tags in and finishes things off with a big splash to win things for his team.

Winners: Leon Ruff & Damian Priest

After the match, Gargano talks trash from commentary, and it appears that there are now two Ghostface characters, as they appear behind him.


A video package is then shown of Rhea Ripley and Ember Moon bringing a gift to Shotzi Blackheart a gift as she continues to work in the warehouse. Her fourth member is still unknown at this point.

Another video package is shown, recapping the Undisputed Era/The Brand storyline as UE talk about how things have been tough lately, but they’re now ready to and kick someone’s ass.

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WWE Announces Three Matches For Tribute To The Troops



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Three matches are now confirmed for WWE’s 18th annual Tribute to the Troops special this Sunday, December 6, on FOX. Top stars from both Raw and SmackDown will be featured.

In a ten-man tag team match, Daniel Bryan, Rey Mysterio, Ricochet, and SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Street Profits will take on King Corbin, Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn, Elias, Dolph Ziggler, and Robert Roode.

WWE Champion Drew McIntyre will go one-on-one with “Mr. Money in the Bank” The Miz.

And from the SmackDown women’s division, Bayley and Natalya will face Bianca Belair and SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks.

It’s worth noting that additional promotional material for the event on also advertises Universal Champion Roman Reigns, Big E, Braun Strowman, Alexa Bliss, and Lacey Evans. It remains to be seen if they will appear or compete in other matches.

Tribute to the Troops is reportedly being pre-taped from WWE’s ThunderDome in Orlando this week. Viewers are urged to check their local listings as the event will air “around regional NFL broadcasts” on Sunday.

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