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Survivor Series Live Coverage – Daniel Bryan Vs Brock Lesnar

Survivor Series live coverage

Survivor Series live coverage

Check out our Survivor Series live coverage with Daniel Bryan vs Brock Lesnar and Charlotte facing Ronda Rousey.

In the pre-show match, the Usos were the sole survivors in their match and won the tag team elimination match.

The women’s elimination match will open up the show.

Naomi, Asuka, Mandi Rose, Sonya Deville, and Carmella Vs Tamina, Nia Jax, Sasha Banks, Bayley, Mickie James

The first two eliminations were quick. Tamina hit Naomi with a super kick to pin her and then Carmella immediately rolled her up to make it even Steven immediately.

Mickie James was pinned by Mandi Rose after Sonya Deville hit a running knee. Rose stole the pin. Bayley beat Carmella with a Bayley to Belly. Sasha Banks beat Rose with the Banks Statement. Bayley and Deville were going at it on the outside. Bayley hit another Bayley to Belly on the outside and they both got counted out.

It was down to Nia and Sasha against Asuka. Nia turned on Sasha and Asuka choked her out. Jax immediately came into the ring and hit some leg drops on Asuka and then hit her senton bomb to win. She was the only one to really get any reaction out of the crowd.

Winner: Nia Jax (Team Raw)

Seth Rollins Vs Shinsuke Nakamura

Match was a little slow to start, but picked up decently. Rollins won with the Curb Stomp after he kicked out of the Kinshasa to the back of the head.

They did start out slow and it was about a 1/2 speed match for a bit until the last five minutes, but once they got going, it got really good. I didn’t expect the finish because I thought Dean Ambrose would come in, but he didn’t.

Winner: Seth Rollins (Team Raw)

AOP Vs Sheamus & Cesaro

I was digging the hard hitting match. It wasn’t a classic by any means, but four guys were hitting each other hard. Drake Maverick interfered and Sheamus chased him out of the ring. He ran right into the Big Show and took a bump. Then Show picked him up and choked him with his arms out extended. Then Maverick started to piss himself, which distracted Sheamus and Cesaro. AOP hit their double team powerbomb/neckbreaker move on Sheamus to win.

Winner: AOP (Team Raw)

Raw is now 3-0.

Enzo Amore was in the second row trying to get people to pay attention to him and saw security and booked it out of there.

Buddy Murphy Vs Mustafa Ali

This was really good and they gave it a good amount of time. The spot of the match was a Spanish Fly from the announcer’s table to the floor.

One would think double countout, but no, Murphy hit a version of Will Ospreay’s Cheeky Nandos kick. Ali came off the top rope and Murphy hit him with a knee and then the Murphy’s Law for the win.

Winner: Buddy Murphy

Bobby Lashley, Finn Balor, Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, and Braun Strowman Vs The Miz, Jeff Hardy, Samoa Joe, Rey Mysterio, and Shane McMahon

Poor Samoa Joe was immediately eliminated. He jumped McIntyre and sunk in a choke, but then ate a kick and got pinned.

Braun and McIntyre were arguing and Bruan hit him with a right hand. Then chaos ensued. The Smackdown guys quintuple teamed Braun and Shane hit the big elbow from the top rope to the announcer’s table on him.

Finn Balor and Rey Mysterio had an awesome sequence which made me want to see them have a singles match. Rey pinned him after the 619 and springboard froggie splash.

Shane pinned Dolph after hitting the Coast to Coast on Dolph. He’s so tired. And Miz keeps tagging him in. He went for the Coast to Coast on Lashley, but Strowman clotheslined him once he jumped. Strowman powerslammed both Hardy and Mysterio and pinned them.

It’s down to Strowman, McIntyre, and Lashley against Miz and Shane. Miz tried to get Shane to take on Strowman, but Strowman shoulder tackled Shane down. Then he pinned Miz with a powerslam. Strowman pinned Shane with a powerslam to win. It was the Braun show.

Winner: Braun Strowman, Drew McIntyre, and Bobby Lashley (Team Raw)

Corbin attacked Strowman after the match and then got out of dodge.

Charlotte Vs Ronda Rousey

This wasn’t necessarily the best worked match, but this was so interesting. It was super rough in spots, which made them improvise a bit, but it was rough in a way that made it look like competition rather than a dance. Charlotte dropped Ronda face first on the bottom turnbuckle which looked rough. Then, there was a moment where Charlotte threw a back elbow and Ronda started bleeding from the mouth.

Ronda would get offense and then Charlotte would cut her off. Charlotte hit a sweet spear for a two count. They countered from armbar and then Charlotte would get figure four and then Ronda would set up the armbar again. Charlotte rolled out of the ring and Ronda chased her outside. Charlotte pulled out a kendo stick and started beating her with it.

Winner: Ronda Rousey (Team Raw)

She continued to beat her up with a crazed look on her face. And then she used the chair and put it around Ronda’s neck and stomped on it. Ronda was bleeding from the mouth and from her ear and had all kinds of welts on her body.

Daniel Bryan Vs Brock Lesnar

Bryan played a little cat and mouse, smiling. That is, until Brock clotheslined him and then suplexed him right on top of his head. And then he suplexed him like 1,000 times.

He gave him a F5 and then pinned him, but picked him up. He tossed him down and when he went to pick him up, Bryan kicked him twice. Then he went to give him the F5 again, but the ref bumped. Bryan kicked Brock low and then hit the running knee for a great two count.

He kicked Brock and then Brock caught him, but Bryan slipped out and Brock went over the top rope. Brock and Bryan both went into the post, Bryan back first a couple times when Brock caught him on the dive. Bryan hit another knee for a two count.

He hit the drop kicks into the corner. Brock caught him on the third one and then went for a F5 again. His leg buckled and then Bryan put him into the Yes lock. Bryan finally succumbed to the F5.

Winner: Brock Lesnar (Team Raw)

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