Welcome to the live results watch page for WWE SURVIVOR SERIES WARGAMES 2022 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:
- Women’s WarGames Match: Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, Asuka, Becky Lynch and Mia Yim defeated Damage CTRL (Bayley, Dakota Kai and Iyo Sky), Nikki Cross and Rhea Ripley by pinfall.
- AJ Styles defeated Finn Balor by pinfall.
- SmackDown Women’s Championship Match: Ronda Rousey (c) defeated Shotzi by submission.
- United States Championship Triple Threat Match: Austin Theory defeated Seth Rollins (c) and Bobby Lashley by pinfall to win the title!
- Men’s WarGames Match: The Bloodline (Roman Reigns, Sami Zayn, Solo Sikoa and The Usos) defeated Drew McIntyre, Kevin Owens and The Brawling Brutes (Sheamus, Butch and Ridge Holland) by pinfall.
Author’s POV, Running Commentary & Thoughts:
- Nothing going on but pre-show panel analysis breaking down the card. Kayla Braxton is with Jerry Lawler, Booker T, Kevin Patrick and Peter Rosenberg.
- Lawler had 2 good lines. “Sami Zayn has the job security of a Twitter employee” and “Paul Heyman hates losing so much he won’t even lose weight.” They got chuckles out of me.
Women’s WarGames Match
- Bianca Belair is starting things off for her team.
- Nikki Cross has decided to get on top of the cage, rather than inside it. Rhea Ripley, meanwhile is doing pull-ups in the cage.
- The heel side will counter Belair with Dakota Kai.
- Belair has more of an edge over Kai, but that’s about to change. Iyo Sky comes out to make the advantage for her team.
- Belair is still able to get a double-suplex on Kai and Sky, though.
- Asuka is next to help even the odds.
- Next for the heels is Nikki Cross. Cross tosses some kendo sticks and trash can lids into the ring. Naturally, that gets a “we want tables” chant.
- Babyface team sends out Alexa Bliss, who goes right after Nikki after a dropkick to Kai holding the trash can lid.
- Belair breaks a kendo stick across her leg, but Kai and Sky just start hitting her with some of the other ones.
- Nikki did a crossbody onto all five of the others (including her teammates), jumping off the top of the cage.
- Bayley is next for the heels. She’s bringing out a ladder (much to the crowd’s excitement). They still chant “we want tables” though. Bayley obliges.
- Mia Yim is next for the babyfaces. She tosses some trash cans into the ring.
- Ripley is out for the final member of her team. Becky Lynch will finish it for the babyfaces.
- Asuka spits the mist in Rhea’s face to incapacitate her. Good strategy.
- They teased a tower of doom spot, but one by one, people split off from the turnbuckle.
- Iyo did her trademark moonsault off the top of the cage. “This is awesome” chant breaks out.
- Nikki got out some handcuffs and tried to lock those in for Bliss, but they’re so big on Alexa that she has to hold onto it or she’ll slip right out. It goes halfway down her arm.
- Ripley drove Mia through the ladder.
- We’re down to Becky and Bianca against Damage CTRL while the others are sprawled out.
- Kai and Sky are stacked onto a table. Becky does a leg drop through the table to score the pin for her team.
Backstage, Jey Uso talks to Roman Reigns, blaming all their problems on Sami Zayn. The only reason he didn’t do anything to him was because Roman didn’t give an order to. “What are we gonna do about him?” Reigns says Jey is going to be his right-hand man and he’ll be the Tribal Chief and worry about everything else. Roman is going to look him in his eyes, man to man, and he’ll know where Sami’s loyalty lies.
AJ Styles vs. Finn Balor
- Lots of commercials in between these segments. Gotta get some Peacock advertisements in and some Playstation plugs and everything, even on a pay-per-view. I hate that.
- Not too much going on in this match worth talking about. Solid action, but no standout moments.
- There’s the obligatory “everyone else starts brawling after Dominik Mysterio interferes” stuff. They brawled through the fans and left ringside.
- Balor tried to do a Styles Clash, but AJ escaped.
- Styles gets the win with a Phenomenal Forearm.
SmackDown Women’s Championship Match
- How long before I type out “Ronda Rousey defeated Shotzi by submission”? We know it’s happening.
- I still don’t understand why they like that eye makeup on Ronda. It always looks awful.
- The crowd isn’t moving or looking like they’re talking at all, but there is so much piped in noise to compensate that it is making it even more obvious that this isn’t an authentic reaction. Gotta drown out that “we want Sasha” chant, right?
- I have no idea what Shotzi was trying to do, flipping over the ropes and Ronda just casually falling off the apron. Sloppy.
- Shotzi jumps into Shayna Baszler and Rousey into the crowd, so they all fall back into some “audience members”.
- Shotzi taps out. We still don’t have the actual crowd noise.
Backstage, Reigns talks to Zayn and asks why he lied to Jey. Sami says he withheld information because he had a huge match and he didn’t want to put that on his plate right before that. He didn’t even talk to Kevin Owens. Owens talked to him. “And what did he say?” “He said that I should turn on The Bloodline before The Bloodline turns on me.” Reigns says “He was your friend. I get that. But I need you to understand that this is my family. This is my blood. And I need you to look me in the eyes, and I need to know if you’re with us or if you’re gonna stab us in the back out there.” Sami pledges that he’s with The Bloodline. He’s one of only five people allowed to be in his presence and he won’t let him down because that means the world to him. Roman smiles and gives Sami a hug. But then, Roman scowls mid-hug.
United States Championship Triple Threat Match
- Last chance for me to pick a prediction. I’m going with Theory winning the title here. What about you? Drop a comment!
- Lots of chatter, I’m seeing, about the Beyblade advertisement during Theory’s entrance. People talking about how that is another sign that WWE isn’t interested in pushing him. I’m not entirely on the same page about that being a death knell, but it certainly doesn’t tend to happen with people like Roman Reigns, I’ll say that. It isn’t a GOOD sign.
- Lashley kicks out of a Pedigree from Rollins for the first real near-fall of the match.
- “Let’s go Rollins” from the crowd.
- Lashley gets Theory in The Hurt Lock. Rollins breaks that apart with a splash.
- Lashley is somehow able to get BOTH of them in The Hurt Lock for a moment. Impressive!
- Rollins hits a stomp on Lashley. Theory prevented a pinfall. Lashley speared Rollins and Theory fell onto him to get the pin and win the title! Why didn’t he just win his Money in the Bank cash-in???
Men’s WarGames Match
- We’re starting off with Jey Uso against Butch.
- Michael Cole’s informing us that there was a strategy meeting at a trendy Boston steakhouse. Sometimes, when you’re not paying attention to commentary, it can really take you out of the situation when you hear a random line like that.
- Babyfaces have the advantage, so joining Butch is Ridge Holland.
- Jimmy Uso plans to come out next, but Roman Reigns stops him and tells Sami Zayn to go help Jey Uso out, instead, testing his loyalty. This is a GREAT touch.
- Drew McIntyre is out next.
- Now, it’s time for Jimmy Uso to enter the match. He brings some tables into the ring.
- Temporarily, Zayn and The Usos aren’t on the same page as Jey still doesn’t trust him.
- Here comes Kevin Owens, bringing in some steel chairs.
- Owens puts Jimmy through a table.
- Solo Sikoa comes out next.
- Sheamus rounds out his team. Roman Reigns will finish the field in 3 minutes.
- White Noise to Sikoa off the second rope.
- Time for The Tribal Chief.
- Reigns gets an early start on top, but the babyfaces do five simultaneous 10 Beats of the Bodhran (aka 50 Beats of the Bodhran)!
- Butch saves the match after Reigns speared Sheamus.
- Jey accidentally superkicked Sami after Butch ducked.
- Reigns spears Ridge Holland through a table, but can’t roll over for the pin.
- Owens hits a stunner on Sikoa for a two-count, broken up by Reigns.
- Reigns gets driven to the mat with a pop-up powerbomb, followed by a stunner. Sami prevents the referee from counting to three.
- Zayn then low-blows Owens. He’s upset with himself for it, but he did it. Zayn hits Owens with a Helluva Kick and puts him down for Jey to splash him. Jey gets the win for The Bloodline.
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