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WWE Survivor Series 2017 Results, Triple H returns with old theme song

Will Shane McMahon and his band of misfits humble Monday Night Raw?
Updated: 20 November 2017 09:43 IST - Published: 20 November 2017 08:40 IST
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Survivor Series 2017 Results: 
Enzo Amore (c) def. Kalisto
Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens def. Breezango
Elias def. Matt Hardy
The Shield def. The New Day
Team Raw (Alicia Fox, Sasha Banks, Bayley, Asuka and Nia Jax) def. Team SmackDown (Becky Lynch, Carmella, Natalya, Tamina and Naomi)
Baron Corbin def. The Miz
Team Raw (Finn Balor, Samoa Joe, Triple H, Kurt Angle and Braun Strowman) def. Team SmackDown (Randy Orton, John Cena, Bobby Roode, Shinsuke Nakamura and John Cena)
Brock Lesnar def. AJ Styles
Charlotte def. Alexa Bliss
The Usos def. The Bar
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After the match, Braun Strowman grabs Triple H by the throat and warns the old war-horse not to play these tricks again before turning away. Ever the egotist, The Game looks to hit the Pedigree on Strowman. However, Triple H's attempts are stuffed, and he is flattened by two powerslams.  What an angle to finish the show!
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Strowman looks perplexed by Triple H's actions. The Game pretends to side with Shane before hitting the Pedigree on his brother-in-law. It's all over for SmackDown Live.

Team Raw (Kurt Angle, Finn Balor, Braun Strowman, Triple H and Samoa Joe) def. Team SmackDown Live (Shane McMahon, John Cena, Shinsuke Nakamura, Bobby Roode and Randy Orton)

Raw 4-3 SmackDown Live
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Shane must face Strowman, but Triple H tags himself in. However, before the brothers-in-law can lock horns, Angle makes a blind tag. Shane gets a few near falls, but he cannot defeat the Olympic Gold Medalist. The Pittsburgh native hits an Angle slam followed by an ankle lock.

Shane is trying his best to survive but, all of a sudden, Triple H hits the Pedigree on Kurt Angle. Shane then eliminates the General Manager of Monday Night Raw.

Shane McMahon eliminates Kurt Angle 
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There is some more teased tension between Angle and Triple H. Orton looks to make the tag to Shane, but the Commissioner is attacked by Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn! However, the Boy Wonder sends the Canadians packing with a steel chair. This allows Strowman to tag himself in and dispose of Orton with a running powerslam.

Braun Strowman eliminates Randy Orton

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Randy Orton and Finn Balor are the next men up. The Irishman generates some momentum, nailing a running dropkick and a slingblade. However, there's nobody home when he attempts a Coup de Grace, allowing Randy Orton to send him home.

Randy Orton eliminates Finn Balor
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Since no one is willing to step up, Cena faces Kurt Angle next. The Olympic Gold Medalist gets a takedown, but Cena regains control of proceedings with a shoulder tackle. Angle manages to hit an Angle Slam, but the pin is broken up. However, a Coup De Grace connects and it is followed by another Angle Slam. That is the end of Cena's night.

Kurt Angle eliminates John Cena
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Shane McMahon is perched on the top turnbuckle, but Joe sneaks up on him and flings him to the mat. Team Raw appear to be in control, but they're dragged down by more infighting. Cena takes advantage of a squabble between Joe and Balor to hit the AA on both men. In fact, Joe receives a second helping and becomes the first member of Team Raw to be eliminated.

John Cena eliminates Samoa Joe
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Just as the Blues are on the ropes, there is dissent between Strowman and Joe and Angle and Triple H. Strowman is then left isolated with Cena and Orton — is this a passing of the guard? The melee spills outside and all 5 original members of Team SmackDown Live, including Roode and Nakamura, put Strowman through an announce table. 
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Bobby Roode valiantly confronts the Monster Among Men, but he's nothing more than Strowman fodder.
Braun Strowman eliminates Bobby Roode
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Nakamura makes his way back in and wreaks havoc, laying waste to Triple H, Kurt Angle and Joe. He hits The Game with a Kinshasa, but Strowman gets a tag. Running powerslam and it's all over for Nakamura.

Braun Strowman eliminates Nakamura
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The Game is now in the ring with Nakamura. He tries to bully the Artist but is met by a thumping kick to the chest. Nakamura makes the tag to Roode, touted by many as a Triple H look alike, and the two men go to work. The former TNA man looks to have the upper hand until Triple H hits him with a spinebuster. Roode replies with one of his own and both men tease hitting their finishers. 

Angle gets the tag and ragdolls Roode with German suplexes, but his Angle slam attempt is reversed into an arm drag. 
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Nakamura and Balor enter the fray to chants of NXT.  The two former NJPW standouts put their hard hats on and go to work until Balor two sweets Nakamura's forehead. After some more chain wrestling, Triple H demands a tag.  
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Braun Strowman and Shane McMahon are the legal men. The Commissioner looks for a cheap shot but is floored by Strowman. Orton and Joe are almost immediately tagged in. Orton immediately goes for the RKO and almost gets put to sleep for his troubles.  
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Team Raw (Kurt Angle, Finn Balor, Braun Strowman, Triple H and Samoa Joe) vs. Team SmackDown Live (Shane McMahon, John Cena, Shinsuke Nakamura, Bobby Roode and Randy Orton)
Kurt Angle's team is out first, and Trips isn't in a Raw shirt. He gets to skirt the rules as usual, and you can bet your house that he isn't counting the lights tonight. 
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It's great that they gave AJ this much offence on Lesnar. The longest Lesnar match in a while and AJ was made to look quite good!
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AJ goes for another Phenomenal Forearm but gets caught for an F-5! Lesnar lands the F-5! 1!2!3!

Brock Lesnar defeats AJ Styles
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AJ Styles almost hits a phenomenal forearm only to get caught in F-5 position. AJ then counters that into a calf-crusher and makes Brock's face turn red from pain. However, The Beast Incarnate slammed him down. Lesnar attempts another F-5 but AJ escapes and lands a PHENOMENAL FOREARM but it's 2 and a half!!
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AJ Styles manages to land a 450 SPLASH! It's only two!
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AJ makes Lesnar run into the steel steps and AJ jumped to hit a forearm on the Universal Champion. Lesnar being down and getting this much offence is quite surprising!
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AJ Styles managed to get Brock to miss a charge into the turnbuckles. He used his pace and then swept Brock's legs from underneath and went for a DDT.  This was AJ's first significant moment and got caught doing a springboard back-flip. He ran Lesnar into the turnbuckles and missed a tornado-DDT. However, he did land a nice pele kick to keep Brock down.
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Brock gets ready to take AJ Styles to Suplex city, which he does right away. Lesnar flings AJ out of the ring to loud boos by the crowd. He launches Styles onto the German announce desk and then puts him back in the ring. AJ really is selling like a champ. So good. Lesnar continues his dominance but AJ Styles manages to fire back with some strikes, only to be met by a vicious knee to the rib.
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Brock literally drags AJ by his hair to the other side of the ring before hitting a Belly-to-back suplex!
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Styles starts decimating AJ Styles to begin with, flinging him back and forth. AJ Styles tried firing one punch but got pounded by Brock's vicious strikes.
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The crowd was fired up. Dualling "AJ Styles! Suplex City" chants. 
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Brock Lesnar has been Universal Champion for 231 days, the longest world title reign in 4 years in WWE!
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It's dream match time! Brock Lesnar. AJ Styles. Surreal!
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After a back and forth, Charlotte hits the spear for 2. Bliss continues to work the ribs, but her attempt at the Twisted Bliss is thwarted by The Queen, who hits a boot to the face and figure-8 for the win.

Charlotte Flair def. Alexa Bliss
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Unfortunately for WWE's equivalent of Harley Quinn, this ain't MMA. Just as I say that, Charlotte channels Rampage Jackson and powerbombs Bliss. She cannot get the figure-8, but the former NXT Women's Champion is now a shark smelling blood. 

After a Natural Selection, Charlotte looks to end the match with a moonsault but to no avail. After Charlotte goes into predator mode once again, Bliss hits a DDT but the foot is on the ropes. 
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Charlotte looks to come back with a suplex. She gets to the top rope but gets tangled, allowing Bliss to take advantage. Five Feet of Fury continues to work the ribs and hits a handspring for 2. Charlotte counters the DDT and lands a barrage of knife-edge chops. Bliss doesn't cede ground and locks in a neck crank.
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Charlotte Flair vs. Alexa Bliss
Charlotte and Bliss come flying out of the blocks and trade a series of strikes. Bliss lures the Queen to the apron and hits a shoulder breaker of sorts. She then starts working the shoulder and ribs, mocking Charlotte mercilessly. The Raw Champion then slams her foe into the turnbuckle. 
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Jason Jordan is backstage with Charly Caruso, and he says that he wants Triple H to eat a pinfall, even though he's firmly behind Raw. Is he foreshadowing interference or a heel turn?
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The Irishman lands a sneak attack, but Cesaro can only get a count of 2. After both teams enter the ring, they both hit double team moves on each other. A double white noise almost ends the match. Sheamus climbs to the top rope, but he's floored by a Samoan drop.

After Jey and Sheamus try to pull each other to their corners, Cesaro is sent packing by a superkick. The Usos then level Sheamus with a series of superkicks and one final Superfly Splash which is enough for them to get the win. SmackDown Live is back on level terms. 

The Usos def. The Bar
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Sheamus goes to work on the shoulder as Jimmy desperately reaches out for a tag. Cesaro knocks Jey off the apron before landing a massive popup uppercut on Jimmy. The Irishman then connects with a slew of clubbing blows until Jimmy breaks away on the back of a corkscrew moonsault. 

Jey gets the tag and hits a rear view in the corner for the count of two. He climbs to the top rope, but Cesaro connects with an uppercut after Jey is distracted by Sheamus attacking Jimmy. After another assist, The Swiss Cyborg grabs the sharpshooter. Jey somehow wills himself to the rope. 

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The Bar (Sheamus & Cesaro) vs. The Usos
Sheamus and Jey Uso are the legal men. The Usos double team the Irishman who retorts with a clothesline. Cesaro tags in and is forced to battle the odds right away. The Swiss Cyborg breaks away and puts Jimmy on the backfoot before tagging in Sheamus. 

After a suicide dive from Jimmy, Sheamus hits him with a double axe handle. The Bar then isolate Jey, double-teaming him at will. 
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Renee Young is out to interview Corbin, who boasts about putting The Miz in his place. 
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Corbin looks set to finish things off, but The Miz attacks the injured knee before hitting the "It Kicks". The Clevelander connects with a series of running dropkicks. End of Days out of nowhere!!! The Blues pull one back.

Baron Corbin def. The Miz 

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The Miz (with The Miztourage) vs. Baron Corbin
Baron Corbin dominates from the outset. Axel thwarts his signature clothesline, but he continues to press on as the pregnant Maryse watches from ringside. 

Bo Dallas chop blocks Corbin's knee, giving The Miz a massive opening. He applies the figure-4 leg lock, but Corbin retaliates with a huge deep six. Corbin builds a head of steam and annihilates Axel before nearly decapitating The Miz with a lariat. An interfering Dallas eats an End of Days!!
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Well, folks, it's finally time for the match we're all here to see! It's the one we've all been waiting for: The Miz vs. Baron Corbin. 
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After the match, Daniel Bryan and Stephanie McMahon banter back and forth with the ice princess gloating over her show's initial success. Bryan gets the best of the exchange, but McMahon insinuates that a heel turn is on the cards for the former ROH World Champion.