Welcome to the live results watch page for WWE SURVIVOR SERIES 2020 pay-per-view!
The event is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. ET with the kickoff, followed by the main show starting at 7 p.m.
Follow along here throughout the show for the results of each match as well as my personal thoughts on everything throughout the night down after the separation bar.
Keep refreshing for new updates, check out the quick results at the top of the page for the winners and chat it up with everyone in the comments as the show goes on!
Quick Hits Results:
- (Kickoff) Dual-Brand Battle Royal Match: The Miz won by eliminating Dominik Mysterio.
- 5-on-5 Men’s Survivor Series Elimination Match: Team Raw (AJ Styles, Braun Strowman, Keith Lee, Riddle and Sheamus) defeated Team SmackDown (Jey Uso, Kevin Owens, King Corbin, Otis and Seth Rollins) with everyone on Team Raw surviving.
- Champion vs Champion Match: The Street Profits defeated The New Day by pinfall.
- Champion vs Champion Match: Bobby Lashley defeated Sami Zayn by submission.
- Champion vs Champion Match: Sasha Banks defeated Asuka by pinfall.
- 5-on-5 Women’s Survivor Series Elimination Match: Team SmackDown (Bayley, Bianca Belair, Liv Morgan, Natalya and Ruby Riott) defeated Team Raw (Lacey Evans, Lana, Nia Jax, Peyton Royce and Shayna Baszler)
- Champion vs Champion Match: Roman Reigns defeated Drew McIntyre.
Author’s POV, Running Commentary & Thoughts:
Kickoff and Dual-Brand Battle Royal
- Gobbledy Gooker won the 24/7 Championship! I love it. Why not, right?
- Time for the battle royal. No Lars Sullivan or Big E, so there go my two top picks. I guess I’m going Jeff Hardy, then.
- Well, there goes Jeff Hardy. Now I’m picking Dominik Mysterio.
- Nope. The Miz is going to steal it. Aaaaaaand there you go, he stole it by last eliminating Dominik. Well, my fourth pick was right haha.
- King Corbin thinks its down to he and Kevin Owens for Team SmackDown. Billie Kay hands him her resume for whatever reason, but hey, she’s funny, so whatever.
Men’s Elimination Match
- Big Jordan is now officially Omos. I’m cool with it. Nice coat, too.
- Oh sweet, Keith Lee’s finally got new music. I dig it!!
- I love the idea of Seth Rollins sacrificing himself to Sheamus for an easy Brogue Kick and pin. Great character moment.
- Also loved Braun Strowman just steamrolling all of Team SmackDown.
- SmackDown is getting WRECKED. Yeesh. Five to one now with just Jey Uso left.
- Woooow. SmackDown blew it. That’s making me even more sure Bianca Belair is going to win it for the women’s team to offset this a bit.
The New Day vs. The Street Profits
- I’m not a gamer and haven’t ever played Gears of War. However, it’s pretty cool The New Day have their own characters and are decked out in those outfits.
- The Street Profits are PUMPED. I love it. Maybe it’s just my mood or something, but Survivor Series feels exciting tonight. Even with its problems, they’re convincing me these matches are important and big deals. That’s awesome. I hope that atmosphere stays true the rest of the night.
- Big fan of how these teams are taking shots at each other, but neither side is coming off like heels.
- This match is so good. As expected.
- Loved it. The right call was made for the winners, too. And I’m really glad they shared some high-fives and hugs and all afterward, since they’re both babyface teams. Perfect.
Bobby Lashley vs. Sami Zayn
- LOL @ Sami Zayn trying to say he has vertigo like before. Good little moment.
- LOL again @ Zayn trying to blame tripping on MVP to get a DQ.
- This definitely could have been more of a squash, but they let Zayn get some shots in and had him look like a great coward. If you can’t win, use your time for character work. Nice.
Roman Reigns doesn’t want any excuses from Jey Uso and doesn’t really even want to see Jimmy Uso, who he never asked to be there. Reigns says Team SmackDown didn’t fear or respect him, so that means they didn’t respect the family. Jey needs to make them respect the family or he has no space at the table. I. Absolutely. Love. Tribal. Chief.
Asuka vs. Sasha Banks
- I had a feeling I’d be least into this match and sadly, I was right. It’s not bad by any means, but my energy definitely did go down. I think if I hadn’t seen these two against each other so many times before, I’d be more into it. Nothing bad catching my attention to complain about, but nothing great to be wowed by.
- Nice and even match. That’s good that neither looks stronger.
- Banks scores a pinfall catch. I’m okay with that. However, Asuka’s done nothing of note as of late and WWE could really stand to give her some more momentum.
More 24/7 Changes
- Akira Tozawa pinned The Gobbledy Gooker backstage. Then, he dropped the belt to R-Truth immediately after.
Women’s Elimination Match
- Anyone else think Peyton Royce’s theme reminds them of some 80s classic rock? I feel like there’s a compilation album being advertised with Pour Some Sugar on Me or whatever coming up next.
- I really hope the story of this match isn’t Lana winning.
- Nice touch having everyone wear the right color gear to match Raw and SmackDown. Sometimes, WWE forgets about that detail.
- Lana needs to stop doing that kick into the split. If she’s going to basically kick and then slowly do a split off on the side, it’s not impressive.
- That shot of Peyton Royce playing unenthusiastic cheerleader seems like a GIF in the making. That’s a great sarcastic “yay…” moment.
- Peyton pinned Bayley…wow.
- “Natalya’s taken on water!” – great line from Corey Graves about the B.O.A.T.
- Interesting situation with Shayna being pinned, but the referee not noticing. Then, Riott passing out from Baszler having still been locked in during that pin. Neat.
- Do the right thing, WWE. Don’t have Belair fight back just for Lana to win with a fluke.
- I like Baszler being disqualified.
- Ugh. Lana wins by a fluke with both Belair and Jax getting counted out. Ugh.
Drew McIntyre vs. Roman Reigns
- Underwhelmed so far. Nothing to talk about.
- Still nothing to talk about.
- Two Samoan Drops through the commentary table and a spear through the security barricade just for Drew McIntyre to kick out is good.
- Roman Reigns lightly bumps into the referee and knocks him out cold. Wrestling referees are made out of the weakest material in the world.
- Jey Uso interferes, Reigns hits a low blow and McIntyre passes out instead of tapping. Good enough end for me.
The Undertaker’s Final Farewell
- Shane McMahon, Big Show, JBL, Jeff Hardy, Mick Foley, The Godfather, Henry O. Godwinn, Phineas I. Godwinn, Savio Vega, Rikishi, Kevin Nash, Booker T, Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, Triple H, Kane, and even Vince McMahon for the introduction.
- One of the many reasons to hate this pandemic is how Undertaker couldn’t get the sendoff he deserved in front of an actual crowd.