Bloodline destroyed the crown of the King of Woods
Although SmackDown Tag Team champions Usos and Paul Heyman wanted to stage the surprise coronation of Universal champion Roman Raines, the table head instead stated that he didn’t need items to be the table head.
In response, King of the Woods came to Reigns about what the king was actually doing, insisting that he was still truly a king without the material things that Reigns had taken. He also challenged the Head of the Table to meet him in the ring at the end of the night without his support.
The kingdom ordered Uso to destroy Woods’ throne, scepter, and cloak. When emotions took over and King Woods finally stormed the ring, Bloodline defeated him. As Uso was pressed against the canvas, Raines destroyed the crown in front of him.
Sheamus def. Ricochet, Cesaro and Ginder Mahal will be part of Team SmackDown
After Jeff Hardy defeated Sami Zane last week to get him out of the men’s SmackDown Survivor Series, Ridge Holland’s intervention allowed his friend Sheamus to defeat Cesaro with a Brogue Kick and emerge victorious in a high-stakes Fatal 4-Way match. Following the win, Celtic Warrior will represent SmackDown in a traditional 5-on-5 team knockout match on Sunday.
Shaina Basler and Natalia def. Naomi and Alia
After suffering under the rule of WWE spokesman Sonya Deville in recent weeks, Naomi and Alia have seized the opportunity to piss off their frustrations in a team match against Shayna Bazler and Natalia.
However, when Natalya tried to punch Naomi with a pin, the referee extremely quickly calculated that the former SmackDown women’s champion had sent Naomi back into controversial defeat.
Jeff Hardy, def. Crazy Moss
Going too far to entertain Happy Corbin with jokes, Mad Moss found himself making his singles debut in SmackDown against Jeff Hardy.
Before the match, Charismatic Riddle challenged Survivor Series teammate Drew McIntyre to level the playing field as Happy Corbin was in the ring for Moss. After Hardy defeated Moss, Happy Corbin flew into the ring and bumped into McIntyre’s Claymore Blow. Moss was then hit by Hardy’s Swanton Bomb. Bring the Survivor Series!
Shinsuke Nakamura def. Angel
The king of strong style wanted to reclaim half of the most popular team on SmackDown and prove that the Intercontinental Champion is a business. Rick Bugs prevented Umberto from interfering with the match, throwing him like a rag doll with a sickly wrench and paving the way for the King of Strong Style to defeat Kinshasa.
Sasha Banks, def. Shotzi
Several weeks after Shotzie blamed Sasha Banks for her defeat at Charlotte Flair and launched a brutal assault on the Boss, the two Survivor Series partners fought in a very personal duel.
Despite the fact that Shotzi injured Banks’ hand, the Boss defeated her opponent in a bitter struggle. Giving up his injured arm and using his leg instead, Banks locked up a unique version of the bank statement and forced Shotzi to knock.
As the dust cleared, WWE official Sonia Deville showed up to make sure the two superstars shook hands before the Survivor series began. However, after they did so, Banks laid out her teammate with Backstabber.
King Woods and Big E ambush The Bloodline
In the final moments of SmackDown, King Woods challenged world champion Roman Raines. However, before Uso could join him, “someone” threw them from the wings. It turned out that someone was WWE Big E Champion!
Together, The Powerhouse of Postivity and King Woods launched an all-out assault on The Bloodline and sent a powerful message from the Survivor Series.