Here are the full results for the November 22nd, 2019 edition of Friday Night SmackDown.
We begin with the entire SmackDown roster in the garage area. King Corbin is up with Roode and Ziggler and he tries to get everyone’s attention but fails.
Then, Reigns is out with Ali and Shorty G. When he speaks, everyone gets quiet. Roman tells the roster they should expect RAW and NXT tonight. They’re going to open the door and Roman says they’re whipping everyone’s ass. Ali opens the door.
Sasha Banks then approaches the front and says The Boss waits for no one. She says the women’s division of SmackDown is ready to fight, and heads out.
Out comes the SmackDown women’s team. Sasha says this is their ring and their show. They’re not getting jumped from behind and claims NXT doesn’t have the guts to face them after last week, and she knows RAW is here. She calls anyone who wants some for a fight. No one comes out.
Eventually, Charlotte Flair and RAW’s women’s team comes out. Flair challenges Sasha Banks one on one for old time’s sake. Team RAW and SD go head to head. Then, NXT women come out. We have Rhea Ripley, Mia Yim, Toni Storm, Candice LeRae and Tegan Nox.
Ripley tells Sasha that NXT does have guts and recommends they have a captain vs. captain vs. captain triple threat. Eventually, all three teams get in the ring and brawl with each other.
Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Rhea Ripley
Flair is able to reverse Sasha’s Bank Statement into a Figure Eight, but while she holds the Submission, Ripley is able to steal a pin on Flair for the victory.
Winner: Rhea Ripley
After the match, NXT retreats, but team RAW and SmackDown’s teams continue to fight while the crowd chant for NXT.
Corbin questions Roman’s decision to let RAW and SmackDown in with no resistance, but says it’s no matter because he tells Roode and Ziggler they will embarass Roman, Ali and Shorty G. Sami comes out and disagrees with their strategy. Corbin trash talks him and cals him annoying, but Sami says if he has a problem, he’s going out to the ring right now.
Bayley is interviewed on if she’s concerned Becky or Shayna is here tonight. Bayley says she isn’t concerned because she’s the only women’s grand slam champion in WWE history. She then says Becky is too smart because she knows Bayley will be prepared and that Shayna is too impulsive for her own good. However, she says she’ll be ready.
Sami comes out and says everyone is afraid of Shinsuke Nakamura and calls him a stud. Sami got Shinsuke something and it’s a new Intercontinental Championship belt. He says this is the only way a championship will be taken away from Nakamura. Sami says that Shinsuke’s match with AJ and Roderick Strong is the only match SmackDown is guaranteed to win. Sami can’t remember Roderick Strong’s name.
The Undisputed Era comes out to the ring and Sami and Shinsuke retreat. Adam Cole says that they are taking care of business at both WarGames and Survivor Series, and that’s Undisputed. The New Day come out.
Kofi says last week, the Undisputed Era left so fast they didn’t get a chance to say a proper goodbye, and Kofi challenges them to a match. The New Day will team up with Heavy Machinery to take them on in a tag team match.
The New Day and Heavy Machinery vs. The Undisputed Era
During the match, Big E and Otis have some miscommunication and begin getting in each other’s faces. Everyone goes wild on each other, but after a hard fought match, Roderick Strong is eventually able to get the high knee on Tucker Knight for the victory.
Winner: The Undisputed Era
After the match, Roderick Strong and Shinsuke Nakamura have a staredown before AJ Styles comes out and takes out both of them. Sami gets a chair and takes out both Strong and Nakamura before retreating.
The OC come out and AJ says that Chicago wouldn’t know entertainment if it slapped them in the face. The crowd chants for CM Punk, but AJ says he would wipe the floor with him and Chicago needs cleaning up.
Styles says that it will be his pleasure to remind everyone that he is the phenomenal AJ Styles. Daniel Bryan comes out.
Bryan says he won’t pretend to understand what goes on in Bray’s head, but he offers Bray to clear the air with him. But he says that they can also fight, which will be a lot of fun. Eventually, the lights go out, but nothing happens. The lights come back on, and Bryan states that the mind games won’t work. This brings out The Miz.
Bryan says The Miz is the only thing worse than The Fiend. Miz says based on Bryan’s behavior, he isn’t a professional. He disrespected him on his show, but Bryan says he doesn’t care and The Miz says he can’t wait for The Fiend to tear him apart. Miz says he should have slapped some sense into him, but since that doesn’t work, he’ll just settle for a slap.
Daniel Bryan vs. The Miz
Daniel Bryan thinks about doing the YES chants as he goes for his corner dropkick, but the lights go off and come back on red. The Fiend is in the area Miz was in and he gets the Mandibal Claw on him.
Shayna Baszler comes out and says Bayley is starting to get the message. She is in the middle of Bayley’s ring and she’s calling her out. Bayley attacks Shayna from behind but Baszler fights back. Baszler drives Bayley into the barricade, but Bayley drives her into the ring post.
Roman Reigns, Mustafa Ali and Shorty G vs. King Corbin, Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler
Ziggler shoves Ali off the top rope, and this leads to Corbin getting a Deep Six on Ali in the ring for the victory.
Winners: King Corbin, Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler
After the match, Roman Reigns spears Corbin. Then, Rollins and some RAW recruits enter from the top of the arena. Seth Rollins enters the ring with Roman alone. The two start brawling and then RAW and SmackDown brawl.
Eventually, Braun Strowman and more SmackDown reinforcements come out. Backstage, Triple H and Shawn Michaels are in a tank leading team NXT down to the ring. NXT comes down and everyone fights with each other.
Keith Lee hits a spirit bomb on Montez Ford in the ring. Then he and Strowman and have a staredown and they brawl as SmackDown goes off the air.