WWE Survivor Series airs tonight (21/11/21) live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The show will air tonight on FOX, You can also check live results of WWE Survivor Series 2021 in this blog
WWE Survivor Series Toinght Show Match Card
2) Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch vs. SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair (Champion vs. Champion)
3) Team Raw (Kevin Owens, Bobby Lashley, Seth Rollins, Finn Balor and Austin Theory) vs. Team SmackDown Sheamus, Drew McIntyre, Jeff Hardy, Xavier Woods and Happy Corbin) Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match
4) Team Raw (Rhea Ripley, Queen Zelina, Bianca Blair, Liv Morgan & Carmella) vs Team SmackDown (Natalia, Tony Storm, Sasha Banks, Shayna Baszler & Schottzy) Women’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match
4) Raw Tag Team Champions RK-Bro vs. SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos (Champion vs. Champion)
5) United States Champion Damian Priest vs. Intercontinental Champion Shinsuke Nakamura (Champion vs. Champion)
6) Raw and SmackDown 25-Man Dual Brand Battle Royal (AJ Styles, Jinder Mahal, Shanky, The Viking Raiders, Omos, Apollo Cruz, Cedric Alexander, Angelo Dawkins, Cesaro, Chad Gable, Dolph Ziggler, Commander Aziz, Drew Gulak, Humberto, Mansoor, Montage Ford, Otis, R Truth, Angel, Ricochet, Robert Roode, Sami Zayn, T-Barr and Shelton Benjamin.
When, where and how can I watch WWE Survivor Series live in India?
WWE’s next PPV Survivor Series is going to come live on November 21 (November 22 in India). You can watch the pre-show of PPV live from 5:30 am IST and the main show from 6:30 am. You can watch the live broadcast of Survivor Series in English and Hindi on Sony Ten Network. Apart from this, you will also get live broadcast of PPV on Sportshub.
WWE Survivor Series 2021 results Tonight, live Show:
WWE Champion Big E vs. Universal Champion Roman Reigns (Champion vs. Champion)
After a few strength tests won by Big E, Reigns got an early advantage. The advantage was further increased after Big E missed a splash on the ring apron, leaving his leg in the hardest part of the ring.
Reigns kept up the pressure, working Big E with heavy punches and a big boot, which nearly led to a fall. Reigns took Big E out of the ring, throwing him into the barricade, before Big E was finally able to break the momentum by reversing an Irish whip to send Reigns into the ring steps.
Big E hit a series of belly-to-belly suplexes before Reigns managed to hit a Samoan drop and slow things down.
Reigns went for a Superman Punch and Big E was able to duck down, but Reigns hit a modified rock bottom to score a two-count.
Reigns then hit a Superman Punch but Big E only went under one knee before firing back to his feet. Big E did the same thing again after the second Superman Punch. Reigns loaded and hit the move for the third time.
As Reigns celebrates and goes for the spear, Big E stands on his feet and shocks Reigns. After fighting back with the Big E spear through the ropes, Reigns hit a spear but again Big E was able to get out of the pin.
Reigns tries to end with a guillotine choke, but Big E pushes him into the turnbuckle and goes for the spear through the ropes again, but Reigns closes through the ropes into the guillotine and back inside Before coming on and turning off the choke again. Big E manages to flip it over and hit Big Ending but Reigns is caught by the bottom rope.
Outside the ring, Reigns jumped off the ring steps to hit a Superman punch and action back inside the ropes. Big E tries again for a Big Ending but Reigns slips, hurt Big E’s knee and hits a final spear to secure the win. Overall very good match in which Big E is showing a tremendous fight despite losing the match. If Big E wasn’t going to win, this is the best way to go about it.
Team Raw vs Team SmackDown Women’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match
Carmella was quickly put off when Vega attempted to help put on her mask, allowing Storm to roll-up. The SmackDown team emerged as a unified front, but Banks and Schottzy struggled to coexist after the match was in full swing.
Ripley countered the Kirifuda Clutch, but Shotji ran for the save before hitting Ripley’s riptide, leading the match to the point where all contestants race to hit one trick at a time.
After a much-anticipated showdown between Belair and Banks, Storm provided a decent stretch of action before being able to make another elimination pinning Vega. Storm was eliminated by Morgan after Oblivion moments later, when Morgan was also able to fight Baszler.
Morgan was ejected after splashes from Schottzy and Banks, giving SmackDown a four-on-two advantage. With Belair out of the ring, SmackDown ganged up on Ripley before Baszler knocked him off the knee.
As Belair tried to stand alone against the remaining four members of SmackDown, the members of SmackDown began fighting with Banks, eventually counting on him by not allowing him to return to the ring. Belair manages to eliminate Natalya with a roll-up, and then Baszler slams her face first.
This left things head-on between Belair and Schottzy. Belair managed to end things with a K.O.D. Coming back from a four-on-one loss, to take the win.
Banks’ elimination was a real stain on the match, but otherwise, it operated well, especially in recognition of Belair being the last woman worthy.
Raw Tag Team Champions RK-Bro vs. SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos (Champion vs. Champion)
Orton cut some early Usos offense with an old-school thumb on the eye. It should be noted that Orton set the WWE record for more pay-per-view matches in history with this appearance. When Riddle was tagged in, the Usos was able to take the match back, turning him into his corner and away from Orton.
Riddle was able to hit Jimmy with a bro to sleep and eventually hot tag Orton, who hit both Uso with a powerslam before taking Uso out and dropping him on the commentary table and then doing the same with Jimmy. JE tagged Riddle back after hitting a few superkicks to Orton and unleashed his flurry of fast-paced offense.
The Usos eventually managed to get back under control before hitting Orton with a double superkick and then kneeling to a near fall before Riddle ran out of the pin. Orton used a blind tag to bring himself back into the match. When Jimmy didn’t know that Orton was the legal man, he went upstairs to sneak up on Orton, but Orton was back in the ring and converted Splash into an RKO to take the win.
The best ending the show has ever had, Orton still manages to take out the incredible RKO from time to time. It was absolutely high quality tag wrestling.
Omos quickly began the elimination while AJ Styles was out of the ring and the announcer was out on the table. R-Truth also left the ring, grabbing a slice of pizza from Pizza Hut’s boxes around ringside and the entrance ramp area, and Otis quickly ate the piece and threw Truth out of the ring, before trying and wooing Omos and Otis. used it for. Otis was then eliminated by Omos seconds later. Elimination continued at a rapid pace, with several other Omos players who dominated the match in their role as the match’s resident giant.
Styles eventually entered the match, but was eliminated when Commander Aziz pulled him over the top rope after eliminating himself. The match took place with The Street Profits, Cesaro, Ricochet and Omos. Omos fought four-on-one to eliminate Cesaro and Profit before finally making quick work of Ricochet.
Omos knocked out 12 of the other 24 men in the match. After the match, The Profits attacked Styles, ate pizza and threw slices at the crowd. A battle royal can only be so good, but to the credit of WWE, the two are going old school with a huge domination and somehow managing to turn a match into an elaborate Pizza Hut ad.
Raw and SmackDown 25-Man Dual Brand Battle Royal
Owens argued with Rollins about who would open the match when he was about to lock up with Xavier Woods, the acting fire. Owens then left the ring and walked out without a punch for the count out. Things then settled into a standard Survivor Series elimination tag rhythm, with SmackDown working well as a team as they pulled Rollins apart.
Balor was eventually able to tag along but was the next man to be pulled apart by SmackDown. Balor was also able to work things out by eliminating Corbin with a coup de grace after everyone engaged in a large exchange of moves in the match.
Things went haywire throughout the match with everyone engaging in constant fights around the ring before Lashley tagged in and took Woods out with a Hurt Lock.
Lashley and McIntyre were locked in a big moment in the match, with Lashley looking like he wanted to tag out but there was no one in his corner due to the chaos outside the ring.
Lashley and McIntyre fought outside the ring until both men were counted. Balor was next eliminated after being hit by a Sheamus brogue kick after missing a coup de grace. This pitted Rollins and Theory against Sheamus and Hardy. Theory managed to get the pin on Sheamus when Hardy was not around to tag as Rollins pulled him outside.
Sheamus gives Hardy clothes in desperation before leaving. Hardy was able to level things off with a Swanton bomb on Hardy, leaving him face-to-face with Rollins. Hardy countered a stomp and hit the Twist of Fate but Rollins lifted his knees at the Swanton follow-up, hitting the stomp to win the match.
There were a lot of cheap, safety-driven eliminations in the match, taking a lot of steam out of the match overall.
Team Raw vs. Team SmackDown Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match
Flair went to Lynch with the right hand and pushed him into the corner, paintbrushing him before flying off for another attack, before Lynch briefly countered in a disarm-hur, which Flair needed to break. Had to pull hair. Lynch took the fight to Flair on the outside.
The competition remained more a fight than a wrestling match, with both women harassing each other with strikes and blunt-force attacks. Flair hits a big Exploder suplex to throw Lynch into the corner.
A near fall, Lynch hit a leg drop to Flair’s neck and big moves kept hitting him again and again. Lynch locked the figure-four, delivering a trademark Flair “woo” before locking in the hold, but Flair was able to roll quickly enough to reverse the hold.
Flair returned the favor by locking in Lynch’s disarm-harp, forcing Lynch to escape his grip. After Flair tries to roll-up holding the ropes, Lynch does the same, only Lynch manages to get away from it and get the pin.
Again not a great ending but a fun and tough brawl that played out on the issues of the real world and the story between the two women. However, it needs to be said that these two have had better matches in the past.
Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch vs. SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair (Champion vs. Champion)
Rick Boogs was at ringside supporting Nakamura, as always, and played his guitar for quick distractions. Nakamura missed the corner with a knee injury, allowing Priest to take control. Priest, maintaining his new, mean style, worked to knock Nakamura down while Booges repeatedly played guitar at ringside, eventually pulling “Last Warning” from Priest.
Nakamura continued firing back, hitting most of his trademark, before jumping into a spinning heel kick from Priest.
The priest fled to the offense, drilled Nakamura with a lariat and then shot a falcon arrow to drop a large pass. Nakamura and Priest exchanged counters and began a flurry of offense as the momentum rapidly shifted back and forth, with Priest countering Kinshasa in a South of Heaven chokeslam for a two count.
Priest nearly knocked Nakamura out with Gogoplata before Booges could play guitar again. An enraged priest leaves the ring, takes Boogs’ guitar and puts it on his knee. After hitting Booges with a piece of guitar, Priest did the same to Nakamura for disqualification.
Nakamura remains more of a vehicle than its opposite for the Boogs, which is fine because Nakamura is well past his peak but valuable nonetheless. The ending was weak when a Priest win wouldn’t hurt anyone but it was a good kickoff match.
Damien Priest and Shinsuke Nakamura are now ready to enter the kickoff show. Battle for the secondary champions for their respective brands.