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How will Roman Reigns respond to KO's actions from last week?
Updated: 05 December 2020 08:58 IST - Published: 04 December 2020 13:31 IST
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Remember, Uce. It's all just tough love from The Head of the Table. Thanks for joining us tonight, folks. We'll see you Sunday for WarGames. 
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Jey Uso lays Kevin Owens out with a superkick after Roman Reigns hits an uppercut. Jey goes up for the Uso Splash, but Roman demands to be tagged in. Jey falls in line only to get caught with a Stunner by Owens.

Roman breaks it up but locks in the guillotine, forcing a DQ...in the same match where Roman squashed Otis with steel stairs.

Kevin Owens and Otis defeat Jey Uso and Roman Reigns via DQ.

After the match, Jey Uso and Roman Reigns batter KO with steel chairs. With a chair across his chest, Jey hits the Uso Splash on Owens. However, before he can get up, Roman Reigns cracks his own cousin with a chair.  
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KO fights back from underneath, laying Uso out with a clothesline and senton splash. A DDT spikes Jey for a two count. 
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So it's apparently a No DQ match. Good to know. Jey Uso is battering Kevin Owens in the ring while Otis is still out cold on the floor.
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After taking his licks, Jey Uso is saved by the music of The Tribal Chief. Roman Reigns comes down and lays out Owens and Otis. On the floor, Roman bounces Otis around ringside. Otis is slammed into the barricade, ring post, and table before getting bashed with steel steps. 

Kevin Owens tries to take the fight to Roman, but is hit with a suicide dive by Jey. 
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Otis tosses "Main Event" Jey around the ring and nearly takes his head off with a nasty lariat. Jey avoids a shoulder tackle in the corner, but Kevin Owens tags in to keep the heat up on Jey. 
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Kevin Owens and Otis face Jey Uso and...nobody else. Roman Reigns doesn't come out, and it's obvious that those consequences Roman spoke about had to do with the match tonight. Jey goes it alone in the main event. 
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The Street Profits hype up the main event before getting accosted on each side by Bobby Roode and Cesaro, two halves of two different and wildly successful tag teams.
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A drive-by right hand connects, but a second one is countered as Murphy goes for the knee and locks in a sleeper. Corbin backs him into the corner, breaking the hold momentarily. Murphy locks it in again while in the ropes and breaks it before the five count. A missile dropkick takes Corbin down. 

Murphy begins to speed things up with an impressive and unique series of kicks. Corbin's Bossman lariat is countered with a flash knee to the jaw. Blake and Cutler attack Dominik and Rey Mysterio. 

When Murphy attempts to chase, he winds up in the End of Days. 

King Corbin defeats Murphy via pinfall. 
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Back from the break, a sleeper slam plants Murphy for the two. Blake and Cutler circle the ring, staring down the Mysterios. 
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Murphy is able to turn things around momentarily, sending Corbin to the floor with a hurricanrana. A kick to the face off the apron dazes the King, but his cronies distract Murphy, allowing Corbin to launch him into the timekeeper's area. 
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Corbin has backup, and it looks like it's The Forgotten Sons. Well, Cutler and Blake, anyway. Corbin rushes Murphy as the match starts, utterly demolishing the former Cruiserweight Champion. 
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Next up, King Corbin faces Murphy who again has the Mysterio Family in his corner and surrounding ringside. I can't believe The King is about to be screwed out of a match again. 
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In a sit down interview with Michael Cole, Sasha Banks calls out Carmella for failing to win anything by herself. Mella says that she can't help that all the men are obsessed with her. She turns things around, saying that Sasha Banks is jealous of her. 

Banks had to work day and night for years, but Carmella walked into this sport like it was nothing and made it to the top. Carmella claims to be superior to Banks in every single way. Banks states that Carmella is completely out of her league, and at TLC she'll prove it. 
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Look at Ziggler taking this atomic drop like Rick Rude. 
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They attack their opponents afterward, leading to Ziggler getting an atomic drop from Bryan, a 619 from Mysterio, and a Big Ending from Big E. Rough night for Ziggler. 
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More kicks to the front and back leave Ziggler writhing in pain, but he avoids the roundhouse to the head for the fameasser. Big E breaks up the pin and is sent to the floor with a knee by Nakamura. Mysterio takes care of The Artist only for Sami Zayn to toss him into the barricade. 

Zayn blind tags Ziggler as he goes in for a superkick. Daniel Bryan counters and hits the Knee Plus. Sami immediately hits a schoolboy for a two. Bryan turns it into a Yes Lock, but can't get the submission victory. 

Zayn spikes Bryan with a brainbuster, but his pinfall is again countered. A victory roll seals the deal, giving Bryan the win. 

Daniel Bryan, Big E, and Rey Mysterio defeat Sami Zayn, Shinsuke Nakamura, and Dolph Ziggler via pinfall. 
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Mysterio and Zayn are in next, with Zayn countering a tilt-a-whirl head scissors attempt into a Blue Thunder Bomb. Ziggler's back in but misses a splash in the corner. Bryan gets Mysterio out of there and batters The Showoff with a series of Yes Kicks. 

They trade pinfall attempts, with Bryan getting a backslide for a two leading to another nasty kick to the chest.  
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Ziggler and Bryan battle out, colliding in the middle of the ring. Both men crawl to their corners, where Big E and Shinsuke Nakamura tag in. Big E launches the King of Strong Style around the ring, following a series of slams with a big splash. 

Nakamura responds with the rolling heel kick but is spiked with a corner uranage. Dolph Ziggler just barely makes the save. 
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Nakamura and Rey Mysterio start things off, but quickly tag out to Big E and Dolph Ziggler. E overpowers the six-time Intercontinental Champion, hitting a massive slam in the middle of the ring.
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Their opponents are Dolph Ziggler, Shinsuke Nakamura, and The Great Liberator, one of Pat Patterson's favorites, Sami Zayn. 
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Next up, a six-man tag team match featuring former Intercontinental Champions along with current champion Sami Zayn. Daniel Bryan, Rey Mysterio, and Big E are out first, and Big E has his classic chalk entrance back along with a brand new theme song!
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After a short list of tweets from his WWE family, Michael Cole and Corey Graves reveal the classic, first Intercontinental Championship, Patterson being the first man to ever hold the gold. Following that, the tribute video shown from NXT featuring Frank Sinatra's "My Way."
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Back from the break and Bayley taps out to the Sharpshooter! That ending came out of nowhere, what a big win for Natalya. 

Natalya defeats Bayley via submission. 

Bianca celebrates on the floor as Bayley stares daggers at the new SmackDown Superstar. 
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Bayley's constant need to one-up Bianca allows Nattie to recover and send her into the steel steps as we head into break. 
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Bianca Belair sits at commentary as The Role Model batters Nattie in the ropes while taunting the Est. of WWE. 
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