WWE SmackDown Live Results – October 31 2017

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Jinder Mahal makes his way to the ring. Mahal was ejected from ringside last week when AJ Styles easily defeated Sunil Singh. Mahal says he was unfairly ejected from ringside last week because of the fear of what he was going to do to AJ Styles. Someone else should be feeling that fear: Brock Lesnar. Fear is setting in for Lesnar and Paul Heyman. At Survivor Series, The Beast will be beaten, victimized, and conquered. Mahal will forever be known as “The Beast Master.” Tonight, he’ll be at ringside as Samir faces AJ Styles in his honor. Mahal then speaks to his people in his people, but AJ Styles cuts him off.

Samir Singh W/Jinder Mahal & Sunil Vs. AJ Styles

The bell rings, and Singh talks some trash before slapping Styles. Styles tackles him and punches away at him. Styles hits a Pelé Kick and immediately hits the Styles Clash for the win.

Winner: AJ Styles

Mahal immediately attacks Styles and punches away at him. Mahal continues punching and kicking him. Sunil Singh holds Styles’ leg, and Mahal superkicks Styles. Mahal then slides Styles ribs-first into the ring post. Mahal goes outside and stretches Styles out against the ring post. Sunil Singh stomps away at Styles before Mahal pulls him off. Mahal then hits the Khallas. Mahal holds him up for a moment before dropping him. Mahal then holds up the WWE Championship and leaves the ring. Mahal then gets back in the ring and hits a second Khallas.

Sami Zayn is complaining to Kevin Owens about Shane McMahon making himself Team Captain of Team Smackdown Live. Owens says he’ll get onto Team Smackdown Live and make sure they win. That way, Shane McMahon will owe them and they’ll get everything they want. This will be the Sami and Kevin Show.

Coming up next, Big E will take on Rusev.

*Commercial Break*

We get another promo video that says the Bludgeon Brothers are coming.

Rusev and Aiden English are in the ring. English asks for complete silence as he sings a Halloween tune but he quickly gets cut off by Big E and The New Day.

Rusev Vs. Big E

The bell rings, and Rusev smacks Big E’s Akeem hat off. Big E attacks, applies an abdominal stretch, and stomps him down in the corner. Rusev goes to the apron, and Big E blocks a punch. Rusev then grabs the arm and yanks it off the middle rope before sending him shoulder-first into the ring post.

*Commercial Break*

We come back from the break to see Rusev applying an arm bar. Big E fights up and hits a pair of belly-to-belly overhead suplexes before hitting a belly-to-belly side suplex. Big E connects with a big splash and sets up for the end. Rusev slides out of a Big Ending and boots him back.

Big E ducks an attack, but Rusev kicks him. Big E then powers him down with a uranage out of nowhere. Aiden English gets on the microphone and sings about Rusev Day again. Xavier Woods cuts him off with a trombone. English attacks him. Kofi Kingston chases English into the ring. Charles Robinson keeps Kingston back and admonishes him. Big E hits English with a Big Ending. Rusev then superkicks him from behind and picks up the victory.

Winner: Rusev

Sin Cara is walking backstage when Renee Young stops him and asks about the significance of his mask. Cara says it represents his family. When he puts it on, it’s a sign of his survival after a not so easy life. Baron Corbin did the most disrespectful thing to a luchador by trying to take it from him. He went through hell to get his mask and will go through hell to keep it.

Later tonight, Kevin Owens will take on Shinsuke Nakamura in the next Survivor Series Qualifying Match. Coming up next though, Breezango will present, “Strangerer Things.”

*Commercial Break*

Aiden English comes up to Shane McMahon and disingenuously asks about Daniel Bryan. English says it’s Rusev Day. Rusev wants to be on Team Smackdown. English goes to sing about it, but McMahon cuts him off. If Rusev wants to be on Team Smackdown, he’ll have to earn his way on. Rusev will be in a match with the winner getting on Team Smackdown. Rusev just has to beat AJ Styles. McMahon sings, “Good Luck.”

It’s time for “Strangerer Things.” Fandango is feeding Leggo My Eggos to someone hidden, who he thinks is Tyler Breeze. Breeze then walks in dressed like Eleven and Dango is confused. They then thinks it’s The Ascension, but Viktor comes in dressed like Barb. It turns out to be Tye Dillinger, also dressed like Eleven. Konnor comes in and is dressed like Kane, and they attack him. They stop when they realize it isn’t Kane. The lights flicker and the photo of The Bludgeon Brothers is highlighted. There’s an attack, and a Jigsaw ripoff says, “Let the games begin.”

Kevin Owens is out to face Shinsuke Nakamura in our main event

*Commercial Break*

Shinsuke Nakamura is out next and the winner of this match qualifies for SmackDown’s Survivor Series team.

Kevin Owens vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

The bell rings, and Nakamura quickly connects with some strikes. Nakamura sends him into the ropes, but Owens holds on and pulls himself out of the ring. Nakamura goads him to get into the ring, and Owens, pissed off, obliges. Nakamura knees him, hits a snapmare, and knees him again for a two count. Nakamura chokes him with his boot in the corner and kicks him. Nakamura hits a running dropkick, and Owens rolls out of the ring again. Nakamura follows him out, and Owens drives him into the ring apron. Nakamura reverses a whip into the barricade.

*Commercial Break*

We come back from the break to see Owens reverse a whip to the corner, but Nakamura slingshots over him. Owens quickly superkicks him for a near fall. Owens punches away at him and stomps him. Owens shouts that this is his show. Owens stomps the face for a two count. Owens applies a chin lock, but Nakamura fights up. Owens spikes him with a DDT for a near fall. Owens digs his forearm into Nakamura’s face and continues hitting him. Owens goes back to the chin lock.

Nakamura fights up and forearms out. Owens misses a clothesline, and Nakamura dropkicks him down. Nakamura starts kicking the chest, but Owens blocks the roundhouse. Nakamura manages to catch him with an enzuigiri. Nakamura attacks in the corner and lays him across the top turnbuckle for a running knee to the ribs for a near fall. Sami Zayn comes down to distract Nakamura. Owens rolls him up for a near fall. Nakamura connects with a massive kick to the skull for a near fall. Zayn bounces around the ringside area. Nakamura goes for a superplex, but Owens counters into a swinging fisherman’s superplex for a near fall.

Owens tries for a Pop-up Powerbomb, but Nakamura counters into a hurricanrana and a sliding knee for a near fall. Nakamura sets up, but Zayn pulls Owens out of the ring. Nakamura pulls himself out of the ring and scares Zayn away. Owens sends Nakamura into the ring post and puts him in the ring. Owens goes to the top for a Bullfrog Splash, but Nakamura kicks out! Owens tells Zayn to clear off the commentary table. Randy Orton’s music hits, and they look toward the entrance ramp. Orton comes through the crowd and hits Zayn with a back suplex onto the table! Nakamura then hits Owens with a kick and connects with the Kinshasa for the win!

Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura

Nakamura celebrates after the match while Owens and Zayn are down and out. Orton looks on from ringside and smiles at the result.

That’s it for this week’s SmackDown Live! Let us know what you thought in the comments and be sure to read our results for 205 Live! Until next time, safe travels!

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