Welcome to Ringside News’ live results coverage of WWE Survivor Series 2020!
Tonight’s PPV will feature a mammoth main event that will see the WWE Champion Drew McIntyre take on the Universal Champion Roman Reigns. This is a highly-anticipated match because Drew has been the biggest babyface in the business this year, while Roman’s heel turn has been nothing short of masterful. It will be interesting to see who comes out on top, and if The Uso’s get involved.
Seeing as it’s Survivor Series we will get the usual multi-person matches, with Team RAW Vs. Team SmackDown, as well as Champion Vs. Champion bouts between Sami Zayn and Bobby Lashley, Street Profits and New Day, Asuka and Sasha Banks, as well as a dual-brand battle royale that will kick-off the show.
Of course, this show marks the 30th anniversary of The Undertaker in WWE. The Deadman will be on hand tonight for a final farewell and we have no idea what that might entail, but regardless it will be awesome to see the real G.O.A.T one last time. It’s just a crying shame it won’t be in front of a sold-out crowd.
Survivor Series starts at 6 PM EST with the Kick-Off Show, and the PPV should be over before 11. We’ll have live updates right here as the show goes, and you can follow along and let us know what you’re thinking. Enjoy the show!
Tonight’s panel consists of Charly Caruso, JBL, Jerry Lawler, Booker T, and Peter Rosenberg. They run down the entire card for tonight’s show, then take us to an awesome Undertaker tribute video.
Jerry Lawler says his run-ins with The Undertaker since before WWE and it never went well. But it’s fitting tonight is called the best of the best, because that’s what Undertaker is. Booker T says when he first came to WWE, Undertaker was the leader and he assured him he would do well. JBL says he was 7 foot tall but he took so many Tombstone’s he’s dropped a few inches. JBL says there have been many greats but none have done it for thirty years, and that’s why he is the greatest. Rosenberg says you have Hogan, Austin, Rock, Cena, and they’re beloved by all, but Undertaker is the wrestling fans’ guy.
Kayla Braxton is backstage with Paul Heyman and she asks him about him calling Drew McIntyre not a Champion but a title holder. She asks him to retract the statement and Heyman laughs, saying she must be flirting with him. He won’t retract his statement, he will double down on it. Whether you’re talking RAW, SmackDown, NXT or another company, Roman Reigns is thee Champion. He calls Drew a placeholder, an asterisk history, while Roman will leave a lineage like no other.
Bianca Belair joins the pre-show panel and she can’t wait to show the world why she is the EST of WWE. Natalya then joins the table and she says she feels for Bayley because she can’t find her relevance. Natalya says she is the leader because she is the B.O.A.T, and Belair asks her to name the most famous boat in history and Nattie says the Titanic, to which Belair reminds her it sunk. They joke around before Rosenberg rejoins the panel.
The panel are discussing the match between Sami Zayn and Bobby Lashley, and not giving Sami much chance when he appears. Zayn says he doesn’t ask for much, he’s a man of principle and he doesn’t need accolades. He wants respect and Booker T says he does, he thinks if WWE had ten Sami Zayn’s it would be a better company. Zayn says the Intercontinental Championship represents all countries, not just the United States. He makes to say the USA is not a good country when JBL shuts him down. Booker cuts Sami off and says they have to go to commercial, so Zayn walks off.
R-Truth appears and says he needs to pay his own tribute to a Superstar who is celebrating their 30th anniversary, and we see a video of the Gobbledy Gooker debut. The panel explain to Truth why he’s wrong and he says they’ll have to explain it to Gooker himself. The Gooker appears and dances with Truth, but then rolls him up and wins the title! Gobbledy Dooker is the WWE 24/7 Champion.
The big multi-man match gets underway and the first person eliminated is John Morrison thanks to Dominik Mysterio! Dominik tries to put Miz out but isn’t successful. Rey Mysterio and Kalisto have a nice sequence of lucha moves and come face-to-face but The Hurt Business attack them both. Cedric Alexander knocks Kalisto off the apron. Rey knocks both Rey and Ziggler onto the middle rope and looks for a 619 but Dolph superkicks him and throws him out!
Humberto Carrillo attempts a springboard arm-drag to Angel Garza but the lothario shoves him off the top rope and he crashes into the barricade. Shelton Benjamin and Alexander then throw Garza out right after. Ricochet and Cedric wind-up on the apron, trading shots but Ricochet eliminates Alexander with a snap dragon suplex, then Shelton hits Ricochet with a knee and knocks him off. Apollo Crews then tips Shelton over and out!
Murphy and Ziggler then struggle over the ropes and onto the apron. Roode gets involved and knocks Murphy off, only for Dominik to throw Bobby out. Ziggler drags Dominik over the ropes to the apron and they trade shots. Ziggler rakes the eyes and shoves Dominik into the ring post, then runs at him but Dominik jumps in the ring and dropkicks Ziggler off the apron!
Elias and Apollo tee-off on Miz while Chad Gable beats on Dominik in the corner. Nakamura hangs Apollo on the top rope and looks for a knee but Crews moves to the apron to avoid it. Elias attacks Crews and grabs his leg, allowing Nakamura to hit a Kinshasa and eliminate Apollo. Hardy throws Nakamura over the ropes to the apron and hits a jawbreaker/dropkick to eliminate him. Elias lifts Jeff up but Hardy fights free and drops him onto the apron. Jeff manages to knock Elias off with a mule kick!
Chad Gable, The Miz, Jeff Hardy, and Dominik Mysterio are the final four. Miz and Jeff agree to attack the young boys, but Gable quickly backs Hardy up and eliminates him with a clothesline! Miz avoids a 619 and drops both Dominik and Gable. Miz lays into Dominik with the It Kicks, but then gets thrown onto the apron. Dominik tries to kick Miz off but can’t, so he hits a baseball slide and the A-Lister rolls from inside and out.
Gable tries to throw Dominik out right away but he manages to get back in. Gable hits an incredible trifecta of belly-to-bellies, then tries to get him over the turnbukcles and out but Dominik fights free and hits a springboard arm-drag. Dominik looks for a 619 but Gable dodges it. Dominik counters a German suplex and hits the 619, then throws Gable over…..but The Miz wasn’t eliminated and he returns to throw Domink out!
Baron Corbin stops Kevin Owens backstage and berates him for not helping them out on Friday night against New Day and the Street Profits. He tells him he needs to step-up and show he is really Team Blue. Billie Kay walks up and hands Corbin her CV, but he hands it back and she walks off.
We see a video package highlighting Drew McIntyre’s big win over Randy Orton on this week’s RAW, and his war of words with Roman Reigns. The panel say this is a true heavyweight bout between two men at the absolute peak of their powers. They make their predictions and it ends up a draw.
That’s it for the Survivor Series Kick-Off Show, the main card starts right now!
Survivor Series 2020 opens with a video package of the matches but crescendos with a tribute video to The Undertaker.
The match gets underway with Jey Uso and AJ Styles, and they lock-up. Jey forces AJ to the corner, then takes a headlock. AJ shoots him off and dropkicks Jey, then whips him to the corner but Uso fires back with an uppercut. Styles kicks-out of a roll-up and hits a hurricanrana from the mat, but Jey comes back with a pop-up Samoan drop and tags King Corbin. Styles tries to jump over Corbin but gets decked in mid-air.
Otis tags in and so does Riddle. Otis shrugs off a headlock and hits a shoulder tackle, then counters an armbar but Riddle locks-in a sleeper. Otis flings Riddle off and the Bro lands some kicks to the chest but Otis dances them off, catches a kick and flips Riddle head-over-heel. Otis hits a falling headbutt for a two-count and tags Kevin Owens. KO targets Riddle’s exposed feet until Sheamus tags in. Seth Rollins asks to be tagged in and KO acquiesces. Rollins drops to his knees in front of Sheamus and says it’s for the greater good. Sheamus is confused but he hits the Brogue Kick and covers him. Seth Rollins has been eliminated.
Team SmackDown leave the ring to regroup, while Team RAW argues amongst itself. Strowman tags himself in and runs around the ring to knock the blue guys down like bowling pins. Strowman brings Corbin inside and screams at them to get on the same page. Riddle tags in and drills Corbin with kicks to the chest until the King punches him back. Keith Lee tags in, alongside Otis, and they come to meet in the middle.
They lock-up and struggle for control until Lee takes a headlock. Otis wriggles free and Strowman hits a shoulder tackle but Otis doesn’t budge. Lee lifts Otis up but the working man slides off, then lifts Lee but the limitless one tags Braun Strowman. Strowman clubs the back of Otis and maintains control for a minute. Otis slaps Braun, so Strowman dropkicks him and tags AJ.
Owens tags in and he chops the chest of Styles, then hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for a two-count. Styles moves to the apron but Owens knocks him off. All of Team RAW then run in and Owens catches them with Stunner’s but AJ hits a Phenomenal Forearm and covers Owens for the 123! Kevin Owens has been eliminated.
King Corbin runs in and hits End of Days to Styles but Team RAW make the save. Corbin clears a few of them but AJ clocks Corbin and tags Riddle, who hits a rolling Broton off the top and gets the pinfall on the King! King Corbin has been eliminated.
Jey rushes Riddle and beats him into the corner, where Sheamus tags in. Sheamus drops Jey with a knee, then puts him on the apron for the Beats of the Bodhran. Sheamus continues beating Jey but gets distracted, arguing with his teammates on the apron, allowing Uso to hit an enziguiri. Jey makes a tag to Otis, who knocks Sheamus down. Styles runs in and gets thrown with a belly-to-belly, and Riddle is hit with a clothesline. Sheamus and Keith Lee both get slammed with overhead suplexes, but Strowman tags in and things slow down.
They run into each other twice, then Braun hits a big boot. Braun misses a splash in the corner and Otis hits a body slam! Otis hits the Caterpillar, then looks for the Vader Bomb but Riddle interferes. Braun lifts Otis and hits a Running Powerslam to eliminate him. Otis has been eliminated.
Jey superkicks Braun out of the ring, then does the same to Sheamus and AJ, but Riddle ducks it and hits a leaping knee of his own. Uso fires back with a superkick and Riddle rolls out. Jey then hits a dive over the ropes onto all of Team RAW, then continues to beat them around ringside. Jey gets back inside with Strowman and he shoves the big man into the ring post.
Styles tags in but gets dropped with a superkick. Jey goes up top and looks for a splash but Amos pulls AJ out of the ring. Jey kicks Strowman out, then prevents AJ hitting a springboard. Keith Lee hit a blind tag on AJ, catches Uso in mid-air as he attempts an Uso Splash, and turns it into a Spirit Bomb for the win!
A clean sweep for Team RAW this year, who manage to stop arguing and pose together in the ring.
The New Day make their way to the ring for the Tag Team Champions showdown. Big E is alongside his brothers and they’re all dressed in Gears of War armour because New Day were just added to the multiplayer. Street Profits meanwhile are backstage, with Dawkins beatboxing The Undertaker theme. They talk about the legacy of The Undertaker, and get fired up because they are out to prove they are better than New Day.
Angelo Dawkins starts against Kofi Kingston and they struggle for control. Montez Ford tags in and hooks a side headlock on Kingston. Kingston whips him off, but Ford fires back with a shoulder tackle. Kingston leapfrogs him twice and goes for a third, but Ford catches him. Kingston flips through a back suplex, then Ford leapfrogs him a number of times before attempting a dropkick but Kingston blocks it.
Dawkins tags in and the Street Profits take Kingston down, and Dawkins connects with a splash for a two. Ford tags in but Kingston gets his boots up for a double-team splash. Ford and Dawkins are knocked out of the ring and Kofi floors Ford with a Trust Fall. Woods then hits Dawkins with a splash off the apron! Back in the ring, Kingston punches away at Ford, then Woods tags in and holds Ford up for Kingston to punch.
The New Day make frequent tags, tenderizing Ford’s abdomen with punches and shoulders. Woods kicks Ford in the stomach him before hitting a gutbuster for a two-count. Woods applies a neck vice and holds Ford down, while Kofi lies on the apron with one of the red cups. Kingston kicks the cup and Ford fights up, but Woods knees Ford in the ribs to take him down again. Kingston tags in and chokes Ford on the bottom rope. Kingston applies a grounded bearhug, but Ford fights up. Kingston hits the ribs, while Ford ducks a punch and tries to make a tag but Kingston blocks it.
Ford responds with a big DDT, then Dawkins and Woods tag in. Dawkins clotheslines Woods a few times, ducks a clothesline, and hits a leaping back elbow. Dawkins hits Kingston with a flapjack, then catches both Woods and Kingston with exploder suplexes before hitting spinning splashes in the corner. Dawkins hits a double underhook twisting neckbreaker on Woods for a near-fall. Ford tags in and the Street Profits hit running sliced bread on Woods for a near fall.
The Street Profits set up for the Midnight Hour, but Woods gets out. Kingston tags in and the New Day hits The Midnight Hour… but Ford kicks out! Kingston hits Ford with a Boom Drop before getting up and hitting another Boom Drop, and then a third! Kingston gets fired up, but Ford dropkicks him down. Dawkins hits the Anointment before Ford hits From The Heavens, but his ribs are too injured to make the pin quickly. Ford crawls over and covers, but Kingston kicks out.
Kingston comes back with an SOS, but Dawkins breaks up the pin attempt. Woods hits Dawkins with an Honor Roll. Ford avoids Trouble in Paradise and hits Kingston with his own finish! Woods quickly hits Ford with a lifting gutbuster for a near-fall. Woods chops Ford and puts him on the top rope but Dawkins comes back and puts Woods in the electric chair. The Street Profits hit Wood with an electric chair/blockbuster combination for the win!
The Street Profits and the New Day stand together at the end of the match and Kofi and Woods give them the sign of approval/respect.
It’s time for another Champion Vs. Champion match-up, and this one will be between the United States Champion and the Intercontinental Champion. Sami Zayn makes his way to the ring first.
The match gets underway and Zayn is very reluctant to get physical with Lashley. He ducks and dodges him before getting out of the ring but he’s surrounded by The Hurt Business. Sami talks trash to Shelton Benjamin but Lashley attacks him from behind. Zayn gets back inside and stomps Lashley as he enters the ring. Zayn attempts a clothesline but Lashley runs through it and drops Zayn.
Lashley tosses Zayn across the ring, then back across the other side. Zayn rolls out and again talks trash to Lashley’s cohorts. Lashley grabs his head from the ring but Zayn pokes his eye and slides back in to choke Lashley on the middle rope. Lashley catches a jumping Zayn and hits an overhead belly-to-belly. Bobby follows-up with a running shoulder tackle in the corner, then looks for another but Zayn throws up a boot.
Lashley again throws Zayn across the ring and Sami grabs the referee, telling him he has vertigo. The referee holds Lashley off, allowing Zayn to roll him up for two. Lashley then throws Zayn out of the ring, where The Hurt Business again surround him. Zayn berates them and tries to get them to hit him so he wins by disqualification, but Lashley comes out and drops Sami. Lashley throws Zayn into the barricade a few times. He looks to run Sami into the ring post but Zayn slides down and shoves the United States Champion into it.
Zayn wanted a count-out win but Lashley got back inside in time. Zayn tosses him back out and tries to remove the top turnbuckle, only for Shelton and Cedric to stop him. Zayn runs at Lashley and gets hit with a one-handed spinebuster. Zayn rolls outside and looks to retreat. MVP is standing on the ramp and Zayn trips over him, trying to say he was attacked and that should be a DQ. MVP instead grabs Sami and puts him back in the ring, where Lashley gets him in the Hurt Lock and Sami quickly taps out!
Jimmy and Jey Uso are outside Roman Reigns’ locker room and Jimmy is telling him he did good. Roman comes out with Heyman and he’s pissed. Jimmy tells Jey to leave and Roman tells Jimmy he can go but Jey has to stay. Roman says Jey lost because he isn’t a leader. His teammates didn’t fear Jey because they don’t respect him. Which means they don’t respect him. And if they don’t respect Roman they don’t respect the family. Roman says if Jey can’t make them respect him, he doesn’t have a place at the table. Roman tells him to get out of here because he doesn’t have time for losers.
The match gets underway and they lock-up, then battle back and forth for control. Banks tries to get an armbar but Asuka blocks it, and they roll around until Banks almost gets the Bank Statement. Sasha gets a roll-up for two, then Asuka grabs her from behind, only for Sasha to crack her arm over her shoulder. Banks hits a tilt-a-whirl into the backstabber for a near-fall. Asuka rolls outside and Banks taunts her.
Asuka gets inside and hits Sasha with a hip attack that knocks her to the outside. It’s Asuka’s turn to taunt the SmackDown Women’s Champion, and Sasha runs in angrily. Asuka grabs an ankle lock, Banks lifts herself up and Asuka kicks her stomach. Asuka wrenches Sasha’s arm and kicks her back a few times. Sasha eats a few kicks to the chest but manages to get Asuka in an octopus stretch.
Asuka breaks free and the action spills to the apron. Asuka drops Sasha with a kick and hits a hip attack that drops Banks to the floor. Sasha hits Asuka and gets back inside so she can hit a baseball slide. Sasha wants a suplex on the floor but Asuka lifts her up and drops her on the barricade. Banks jumps off the barricade but Asuka catches her with a Codebreaker and they both get back inside before the ten count.
They both go for pins to no avail, then Sasha counters Asuka to hit another backstabber for a near-fall. Banks hits a meteora in the corner, then climbs the buckles. Sasha jumps and Asuka puts her knees up, but the boss grabs her feet, rolls her back and locks in the Bank Statement! Asuka fights free and gets Sasha in the Asuka Lock! Banks gets away and jumps to the apron, where Asuka catches her with another Codebreaker through the ropes for a near-fall! They trade pinfall attempts back and forth but keep kicking out, then Asuka hits a headkick. Asuka runs but Sasha rolls her up and gets the win!
The 24/7 Champion, the Gobbledy Gooker is walking around backstage when he sees a pile of bird seed on the ground. While he’s preoccupied, Tozawa pops-up and pins him to win the title. No sooner has Tozawa won the belt, than R-Truth climbs out of a production box and hits Akira with a bag of seed and pins him. R-Truth is the WWE 24/7 Champion.
The match begins with Bayley and Lacey Evans, and Evans forces Bayley to the corner. Bayley turns the tables and forces Evans to her corner, then tags Natalya. Evans takes Natalya down, then whips her to the corner but Nattie comes back with an atomic drop and a basement dropkick. Royce tags in but Natalya rolls her up for two and tags Bianca Belair. Nattie and Belair hit a double-team suplex with some squats for good measure.
Liv Morgan tags in, ducks a kick from Royce, and they hit stereo clotheslines and both go down. Ruby tags in but Royce hits a drop toe hold and tags Baszler. Shayna drops Ruby, who stomps on Baszler’s foot in return. Shayna kicks Ruby a few times and swings for head but Ruby didn’t duck in time and Baszler caught her stiff in the face. Riott is fine and they re-do the sequence, then Baszler tags Nia. Liv tags in and Team blue try to beat on Nia together but she shrugs them off. Lana tags herself in off of Nia, who looks pissed, and she tries to pin Liv to no avail.
Natalya tags in and drops Lana with a shoulder, but Lana hits an arm-drag and a roll-up for two. Lana forces Nattie to the corner and drills her with knees, then hits a snapmare and a kick to the face. Lana looks for a tag but nobody is willing. Nia tags herself in and tells Lana to leave, they don’t want her. Lana stands on the steps and looks like she might cry. Royce comes in against Bayley and they lock-up but Bayley unleashes a flurry of offense and hits a snap suplex for a two-count. Belair tags in and hits a military press into snake eyes, then Bayley tags in to hit a frog splash for a two-count.
Chaos ensues with both teams running in and brawling, and Nia manages to knock all of team blue to the outside. Bayley then knocks Nia to the floor and climbs up top. Royce meets her up top and hits a superplex to all the women except Lana. Peyton Royce gets Bayley back in the ring and hits Déjà vu for the pinfall! Bayley has been eliminated.
Peyton and Natalya go back and forth, including an awkward botched section. Royce locks in a single-leg Boston crab but Nattie gets to the ropes and Royce gets distracted. Natalya gets her in the Sharpshooter and Royce taps. Peyton Royce has been eliminated. Lacey Evans then runs in and she fights with Natalya until she hits the Women’s Right and knocks off the B.O.A.T. Natalya has been eliminated.
Next Bianca Belair comes in and hits a modified Glam Slam to Evans and goes up top but Baszler causes a distraction, allowing Evans to meet Belair up top. Evans hits a Spanish Fly and pins Bianca but Ruby and Liv make the save. Liv and Ruby make quick tags to chop down Nia and they manage to isolate her in their corner. Nia manages to break free and tag Shayna.
Baszler attempts to break the arm of Ruby but she avoids it. Baszler gets Riott in the Kirifuda Clutch as Nia Jax pulls Liv off the apron. Ruby rolls backwards and pins Baszler but the referee is preoccupied and by the time he realises, Ruby passes out from the submission. Baszler then covers her for the elimination, and Team SmackDown is down to Liv Morgan and Bianca Belair. Ruby Riott has been eliminated.
Liv Morgan takes the fight to Lacey Evans and slams her head into the mat a few times. Morgan gets fired up and screams at Team RAW on the apron. Liv hits an enziguiri, followed by a running shoulder in the corner. Liv stomps on Lacey in the corner, then hits a crucifix bomb and scores the pinfall! Lacey Evans has been eliminated.
Nia comes in and Liv shows no fear. Morgan punches her a few times and knocks Shayna off the apron. Liv hits a float-over DDT to Jax, then an enziguiri but Nia actually just gets to her feet. Morgan attempts a Codebreaker but Jax grabs her, throws her up and hits a Samoan drop to eliminate Liv. Liv Morgan has been eliminated.
Bianca tried to break the pin but couldn’t. She slowly gets to get feet and unleashes a flurry of offense on Nia. She flips over Jax and chops her down with forearms. Bianca looks for a splash but Nia gets her knees up. Jax hits a powerslam and a leg drop for just a one-count! Jax goes up top but Belair dropkicks her off. Not before Shayna could make a tag however, and Baszler tries to lock in the Kirifuda Clutch, only for Bianca to wriggle free.
Belair hits a handspring off the ropes and Baszler catches her with the Kirifuda Clutch in mid-air! Belair looks out but she comes to and climbs to her feet but Baszler on her back and falls onto the ropes to make the break…but Shayna won’t let go and she gets disqualified! Shayna Baszler has been eliminated.
Shayna argues with the referee and Belair is out of it. Jax gets angry and takes the top off the announce table. Jax drags Belair out of the ring and looks to Samoan drop Belair through it, but Bianca comes to and shoves Jax into the steel steps. Belair then drags Nia over to the barricade, lifts her up and dumps her over it. Belair then dives back into the ring but it’s too late. Both her and Nia are counted out, which means Lana is the sole survivor!
After the match Lana can’t believe it and she comes into the ring to celebrate. Nia Jax reappears and she looks furious, despite her team winning.
Both men meet in the middle of the ring and hold their titles high before the match gets underway. They lock-up but separate and walk around. They lock-up again and McIntyre takes the back but Roman moves to the ropes to force the break. They lock-up again and this time Roman hits a side headlock takedown and holds Drew on the mat. McIntyre fights up and he hits his own headlock takeover and cinches it in.
Roman breaks free and hits an elbow to the jaw, then hits the ropes but Drew catches him with a stiff shoulder tackle and Roman rolls outside to regroup with Heyman. Roman slowly gets back inside and drills Drew with uppercuts. McIntyre fires back with a headbutt and that just angers Reigns, who beats Drew down in the corner. McIntyre turns the tables and beats Reigns, then whips him to the opposite. Roman throws Drew to the apron and uppercuts him, then runs him into the ring post and McIntyre collapses to the floor.
Reigns goes out and slams McIntyre into the steel steps and puts him back inside. Roman clobbers McIntyre with knees, then takes him down and slashes him with mounted elbows for a two-count. Roman locks in a rear chinlock. McIntyre fights up and rallies but Roman hits a flying clothesline for a two-count. McIntyre fights up again and hits a flurry of clotheslines and a massive overhead belly-to-belly. McIntyre connects with a neckbreaker and kips-up, showing that Celtic rage.
McIntyre looks for a Future Shock DDT but Roman counters and throws him into the ring post, then hits a Samoan drop for a near-fall. Roman slowly takes to the corner and looks for a Superman punch but McIntyre counters with a spinebuster and covers for a two-count. McIntyre takes Roman out of the ring and slams him into the ring post, steel steps, and the barricade. They get back inside and Roman drops him with an uppercut.
Roman starts trash talking but McIntyre hits a Glasgow Kiss, kicks him back, avoids a Superman punch, and lands a Future Shock DDT for a near-fall. Drew takes to the corner and readies for a Claymore but Roman catches him with a Superman punch. Reigns looks to lock in the guillotine but Drew throws him overhead. McIntyre runs into a big boot and Roman tosses him into the ring post again. Reigns looks for a Spear but McIntyre catches him mid-Spear with a Kimura! Reigns screams in pain but he manages to get to the bottom rope.
Roman rolls outside and Drew runs at him but Reigns catches him with a Samoan drop on the announce table! It didn’t break, so Roman lifts Drew up and hits another and this time they go through! Roman sits on the apron while McIntyre slowly climbs to his feet, and Reigns jumps off to hit a Spear through the barricade! Roman gets McIntyre back into the ring and covers but the Scottish Psychopath kicks out! Roman runs for a Spear but Drew kicks him away, then looks for a Claymore but Roman hits a Spear…and Drew kicks out!! Roman can’t believe it!
Roman gets fired-up and shouts at the announcers, before attempting another Spear but McIntyre hits a Claymore. Roman fell into the referee, knocking him out of the ring in the process! Jey Uso runs down and Drew knocks him off the apron. McIntyre grabs Roman but the big dog low blows him, then Jey runs in and superkicks him. Roman hits a Superman punch and locks in the guillotine and Drew passes out!
Mike Rome is in the ring and he introduces Superstars who want to pay homage to The Undertaker. First up is Shane McMahon, then The Big Show, JBL, Jeff Hardy, Mick Foley, The Godfather, The Godwins, Savio Vega, Rikishi, Kevin Nash, Booker T, Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, Triple H, and Kane. We see an amazing video package celebrating the 30 year career of the greatest of all-time, The Undertaker.
After the video ends, Vince McMahon is the only person in the ring. Vince says it’s been thirty long, arduous years. Three decades. For three decades, through injuries and hardships, The Undertaker has stricken terror in the hearts of everyone he faced while entertaining a global audience. Tonight marks the end of an era. The end of a career that will never be duplicated. And tonight we say goodbye – Vince is almost crying. Vince says nothing lasts forever but that’s wrong, because the legacy of The Undertaker will live forever. So now, he gives us the Deadman, the Phenom, The Undertaker!
Lightning sparks all across the screen emblazoned with the Deadman’s symbol, and the lightning actually plays Undertaker’s music before giving way to the real theme. The Undertaker makes his final entrance and it’s as awe-inspiring as ever. Vince is gone and Undertaker has the ring all to himself, while the screens in the background are replaced with tombstones. An “Undertaker” chant rings throughout the Thunderdome.
The Phenom takes his time and soaks it all in. ‘Taker says that, for thirty long years, he’s made that slow walk down the ramp and laid people to rest. Time and time again. And now, his time has come. We get a “thank you ‘Taker” chant. He says it’s time to let The Undertaker rest in peace. ‘Taker gets down on one knee and a vision of Paul Bearer appears, holding the urn in front of him. ‘Taker sits on his knee, under a spotlight, and the bell tolls ten times. The Deadman stands and walks back up the ramp. He poses one last time and walks off into the moonlight. Thank you ‘Taker.
That’s it for Survivor Series 2020. Let us know what you thought of the show and, better yet, leave your favourite memories of The Undertaker. We’ll see you back here tomorrow and, until then, stay safe.