Welcome to the live results watch page for WWE SURVIVOR SERIES 2021 pay-per-view!
The event is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. ET with the kickoff, followed by the main show starting at 8 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:
- Shinsuke Nakamura defeated Damian Priest by disqualification.
- Becky Lynch defeated Charlotte Flair by pinfall.
- Team Raw won the Men’s Traditional Elimination Match with Seth Rollins as the sole survivor.
- Omos won the 25-Man Battle Royal by last eliminating Ricochet.
- RK-Bro defeated The Usos by pinfall.
- Team Raw won the Women’s Traditional Elimination Match with Bianca Belair as the sole survivor.
- Roman Reigns defeated Big E by pinfall.
Author’s POV, Running Commentary & Thoughts:
- So I haven’t actually watched a full episode of any WWE or AEW program in the past few weeks (got married on Halloween, moved the next day; not fully moved in yet, and went on my honeymoon for the past 2 weeks). I’m very curious if that means I’ll enjoy this pay-per-view more than most because I’ve had a break for the first time in over a decade.
- With that being said, this “Becky Uh Oh” thing…I’m not digging that promo from Charlotte Flair. Was it really that bad, or even worse, potentially, than what was on this recap video?
- Oh, I guess Damian Priest vs. Shinsuke Nakamura is now on the kickoff? That’s the next lowest match under the battle royal, but I just assumed it would only be the battle royal. I’m curious why they decided to switch this up.
Damian Priest vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
- I’m still not used to this new music from Damian Priest. It has no energy to it. Way too generic.
- I fully expect Priest to win this match, but I hope it’s an even contest and not a squash or something.
- Priest is definitely playing heel. I still think he’s better as a babyface.
- Good even match-up, for the most part.
- Priest’s heel edge is getting even more intense with breaking the guitar.
- Disqualification loss for Priest? Not the outcome I was expecting, nor do I really like it. Priest should have just won outright.
- I enjoyed the match, but this DQ ending wasn’t a good start to this show.
Vince McMahon is back and has come out of a limo with a golden egg and everyone cheering. What the hell have I been missing?
Is a new miniature Gobbledy-Gooker going to hatch from that egg?
Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair
- Depending on how the match actually goes, the placement for this might be the best. Ideally, they’ll start hot, make up for the DQ in the previous match, then go into either the battle royal or one of the elimination matches.
- Becky’s red ring gear with those pointy kneepad things is…well…it’s a statement. Go Team Raw?
- Good enough match going on. This is an even contest, as it should be. It’s supposed to be the best of the best, after all.
- So was that supposed to be Flair hitting a headbutt after missing a kick? That wasn’t executed well. They’re playing it off as an elbow? Did I miss an elbow? I doubt it.
- Becky puts the Figure 4 on Charlotte. How much do you want to bet Charlotte will put Becky’s finisher on her.
- Speaking of that, let’s check that trope off. But hey, it makes sense. I’m not flawing them for that.
- Flair holding the ropes for a pin to play heel, only for Lynch to do the same and not get caught is a good ending. I liked that a lot.
Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match
- Solid reaction for Bobby Lashley. These entrances are going to take a while.
- I looooooove the idea that Kevin Owens immediately started by getting himself counted out and walking out on Team Raw. That’s great.
- Happy Corbin is taken out by Finn Balor. Good to get a point for Balor.
- King Woods submits to Lashley’s Hurt Lock. I’m down for that, too, even though I’d have been good with Woods getting a point for his team. That way, he could have more of a boost in his credibility.
- Lashley vs. Drew McIntyre in the ring right now should feel special, since it was a WrestleMania WWE Championship match, but I’m not feeling it, are you? That’s not a knock on either guy, by the way. I like them both a lot. It’s just a knock on how WWE doesn’t have that same epic feeling as it used to. Compare this to if you saw Randy Savage and Hulk Hogan staring off, for instance.
- McIntyre and Lashley are both counted out. Lame. Crowd is booing, as they should.
- At this point, Jeff Hardy should be the sole survivor to set up a future match against Roman Reigns. If not, I hope it’s Austin Theory as a sole survivor to give him a boost.
- Balor is eliminated with a Brogue Kick by Sheamus.
- Look at this team synergy between Sheamus and Hardy! Both are doing the 10 Beats together. Is The Celtic Warrior full-blown babyface now or just having some fun tonight?
- Austin Theory pinned Sheamus while grabbing the tights. Glad to see Theory scored a pin.
- What works with that is it also gives Hardy a mountain to climb in two heels to go up against.
- Scratch that whole babyface Sheamus thing, now that he’s attacked Hardy post-elimination.
- Austin Theory is pinned after a Swanton Bomb. We’re down to Hardy (who is super over with this crowd) and Seth Rollins.
- Hardy almost pulled it out, but Rollins scored the win for Team Raw after a pinfall.
- I liked the match a lot, but if I’m honest, I think a lot of the decisions of the eliminations were against what I would do. That’s especially true for how I can’t imagine Rollins being a sole survivor and winning for Team Raw is going to be worthwhile in the long run. This could have been a means to push Theory, solidify Hardy or McIntyre as a challenger for Reigns, etc. Now, it’s just that Rollins wins because…why? I’d imagine they won’t even follow up on this, but I hope I’m wrong.
Backstage, Roman Reigns is meeting with Vince McMahon (who has that egg in a glass case on his desk). It’s Cleopatra’s egg, given to him by The Rock. It’s “the real thing” worth $100 million. Reigns says that’s about as much as his next contract and leaves.
25-Man Battle Royal
- This match is a promo for Red Notice and for Pizza Hut, apparently. Otis is even eating pizza during the match after R-Truth was distracted by it. Having just had some Pizza Hut yesterday, I’m hungry.
- Both R-Truth and Otis are now out, with their part in the match fulfilled. It’s funny how WWE books these things. Do your one thing, then GTFO.
- The crowd is chanting “we want pizza.”
- This is totally going to be an Omos going on a tear scenario, isn’t it? Although, I still think there’s a chance AJ Styles somehow wins after Omos gets ganged up on.
- Sami Zayn trying to work his way into getting some allies with SmackDown people is a good touch.
- Well, there goes Styles. I guess it’s all Omos for the win.
- With 12 eliminations, Omos captures the victory.
- Montez Ford throwing pizza into the crowd got me to chuckle. Please don’t eat that, anyone who catches it.
RK-Bro vs. The Usos
- Not bad so far, but I’m disappointed considering I thought it would be fantastic.
- I have quite literally nothing to say, but I’m not “speechless” in awe or anything. This is just a rock solid match with nothing noteworthy happening.
- The RKO for the finish wasn’t particularly memorable, either. A splash leading into that is one of the simpler ways it’s been done before.
- Kudos to Randy Orton for having all these statistics and records he’s breaking this week.
Backstage, Vince McMahon thanks Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville for their work, but notices that someone’s stolen the egg. McMahon thinks it could be one of the Superstars and wants Pearce to interview each of them to find the egg. If Pearce can’t by the end of the night, Vince will get to the bottom of it on Raw tomorrow night and every Superstar from Raw and SmackDown will be on Raw.