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WWE SmackDown Results, Live Updates, Highlights & Commentary online from Friday Night SmackDown (27th November 2020)

Who will be next to step up to Roman Reigns?
Updated: 28 November 2020 08:30 IST - Published: 27 November 2020 12:18 IST
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Thanks for joining us tonight, folks! We'll see you next week for Monday Night RAW. 

Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler defeat The Street Profits 
Bianca Belair defeats Natalya 
Sami Zayn defeats Daniel Bryan 
Murphy defeats King Corbin 
Kevin Owens defeats Jey Uso 


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Roman Reigns is backstage, incredibly upset. Paul Heyman stares on warily as Owens says that he'll be waiting. 
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KO says if ROman has a problem with him, he should come say it to his face. He drops Uso with one final stunner, sending a serious message to the Universal Champion. 
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Jey Uso goes after Owens' arm once again before heading to the floor for a chair. He cracks it across Owens' spine, disqualifying himself. 

Kevin Owens defeats Jey Uso via DQ. 

After the match, Jey Uso sets up the announcer's desk. Unfortunately for him, Owens catches him with the stunner. He sends Jey over the table before grabbing his own steel chair. He wears the thing out, nearly bending it in half while staring into the camera to say he fears no one, especially Roman Reigns. 
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A senton off the apron crushes Jey. Owens brings him inside for a two-count. Jey Uso seems to turn things around momentarily, damaging the arm of his opponent. However, he whiffs the running hip attack. Owens stuns him with another superkick. However, Owens can't hit the pop-up powerbomb due to his arm, giving Jey a chance to hit a superkick of his own. Owens follows Jey to the top, but some headbutts to the arm send the Prize Fighter to the floor. 

A package neckbreaker drops Jey Uso for a two-count when he fails to hit the Uso Splash. 
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Owens is able to block a suicide dive, instead launching Uso into the ring post with a slingshot. A series of superkicks knocks Uso over the barricade. 
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Kevin Owens doesn't give Jey Uso time to get out the starting gate. The former Universal Champion has brought out his more aggressive side tonight, battering "Main Event" Jey around the ring. On the floor, Jey is able to send Owens into the steel steps, and begins tearing apart Owens. 
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Carmella trashes Sasha Banks backstage, verbally this time. However, tonight Sasha Banks decided to get even. She attacks Carmella and locks her in the Bank Statement until WWE officials pull her off. 

Next up is Kevin Owens vs Jey Uso. 
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Sami Zayn runs into Big E and Apollo Crews and brags about beating both Daniel Bryan and Crews via count-out. Big E decides to step up to Zayn, claiming that his house is built on a rickety foundation. It's a house of cards that can crumble with just the flick of the wrist, something that Big E would be happy to do. 

Zayn brags again about beating others in ten seconds, leading to Big E shaking his hand...and crushing it for ten seconds. Looks like we're getting Big E vs Sam Zayn and uh..yeah that's gonna be awesome. 
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Corbin can't even go for a pin, as The Mysterios continue to interfere and distract the referee. Murphy side steps Corbin, sending him into the corner. Dominik trips Corbin up as he goes for a clothesline, allowing Murphy to hit a flash knee. Corbin puts his foot on the ropes, but Dominik shoves it off, allowing Murphy to get the win. 

Murphy defeats King Corbin via pinfall. 

King Corbin grabs a microphone, claiming that the Mysterio Family are spineless cowards. Next week, he wants a rematch against Murphy. This time, he'll be prepared. 
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Every time Murphy gets taken down by King Corbin, Dominik and Rey Mysterio get up on the apron to distract him. As Corbin rounds the corner for his clothesline, Aalyah steps in his way to block him. Murphy takes advantage, rocking him with a kick to the jaw. A drop toe hold sends Corbin into the steel steps. Murphy moves up, but Corbin ducks his attack and plants him with The Deep Six. 
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King Corbin didn't get to fight Otis earlier, but he'll be in action tonight regardless. Thanks to the comments he made earlier, Corbin will face Murphy next on SmackDown. 
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Bianca Belair takes Natalya on next. The former SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley comes to ringside to check out the competition and attempt to steal the spotlight of Nattie and Belair. Nattie avoids a leaping shoulder tackle in the corner, sending Belair into the ring post. Bianca is planted with a suplex as Natalya tries to wear down the newest member of the main roster. 

A clothesline brings Nattie down for a two-count. Nattie locks in a surfboard stretch. Bianca kicks out of a pinfall and takes the former Women's Champion into the corner for a series of rights. A double chickenwing toss to the outside sends Nattie to the floor. A momentary distraction by Bayley allows Nattie to take advantage. 

Bianca shoots Nattie off of her Sharpshooter attempt, right into Bayley who had climbed up onto the apron. Belair follows that with a schoolboy for the win. 

Bianca Belair defeats Natalya via pinfall. 
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Jey Uso is seen telling Roman Reigns that he's going to prove to him that he can be feared. Kevin Owens, however, fears no one and tells Roman that he treats his family like trash. Roman demands Jey Uso make Kevin Owens fear him, as the Head of the Table should always be respected AND feared. 
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Sami Zayn runs to the back, losing Daniel Bryan in the process. When he runs back, Bryan is nowhere to be seen and he just barely beats the ten count. Jey Uso is seen in the back battering Daniel Bryan. Kevin Owens makes the save, and goes after Jey Uso to finally beat some sense into him. 
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Byan avoids a back suplex, rolling Zayn into a cross arm breaker before transitioning into the Yes Lock. The Great Liberator is able to reach the ropes with his foot and moves to the floor. Bryan refuses to let up, hitting a suicide dive that drives Zayn into the table. Zayn rolls to the other side of the ring but is hit by yet another dive. 
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Zayn gets several near falls, but can't put Bryan away. Bryan brings Zayn up top for a super hurricanrana and a two-count himself. Bryan focuses on the arm with a series of over the shoulder armbreakers, a roundhouse to the chest in between each one. However, Zayn turns things around by sending Bryan into the ring post on the apron. 

After that, a nasty brainbustaaaaaaaaaa to Daniel Bryan on the apron. Wait, sorry. Brainbuster. Who is El Generico? Back in the ring, a blue thunder bomb earns Zayn another two-count. 
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Daniel Bryan easily takes control, taking time keeping Zayn on the mat. The Intercontinental Champion has to move to the ropes and floor multiple times to escape the onslaught. Zayn is able to dump Bryan to the floor, hoping for a count-out. In the ring, Zayn blocks a superplex, but a running knee launches Zayn to the floor. As Zayn recovers, he avoids a dive from D-Bry, sending him face-first into the barricade. 
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Sami Zayn claims that Daniel Bryan has done nothing to earn a shot at the Intercontinental Champion. Heck, Zayn has already beaten the former WWE Champion this year. Before he could finish his list of gripes, Bryan's music hits.  
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It's hard to boo Sami Zayn when he's right. 
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After a replay of The Undertaker's tribute at Survivor Series, we see Sami Zayn make his way to the ring. His match with Daniel Bryan is next. 
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The Mysterios, Murphy included, are backstage with the patriarch of the family again accepting Murphy. With Seth Rollins gone, he, Murphy, Dominic and Aalyah can finally move on. King Corbin comes in to claim that Rey is a terrible judge of character, and Murphy won't be around this time next year sitting at the Thanksgiving table with The Mysterios. 

The former US Champion also believes that Rey was unable to pass along his talent to Dominic, looking at the newest generation of the family as a bunch of losers. 
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Sami Zayn is set to face Daniel Bryan tonight. Bryan says that he's having to accept a lot of things, including the fact that we have a coward as the Intercontinental Champion. Tonight, Bryan will take the first step in righting that wrong. 
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Back from the break, Ford manages to fight off Roode, but Ziggler tags in for the Fameasser. Ziggler and Roode keep Ford separated from his side of the ring for a while, but a missed splash from Ziggler eventually allows Ford to get to Dawkins. Roode tags in as well, and he and Ziggler are bounced around by Dawkins. A flapjack plants Ziggler while Rude is hit with an exploder suplex. 

Ziggler is dropped with a double underhook spinning neckbreaker before planting Roode with the Anointment. Ford tags in for From the Heavens on Roode, but the pin is broken up. Roode catches Ford with a roll-up for a big win. 

Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler defeat The Street Profits via pinfall. 
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