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WWE Live Event Results: London, England (November 3, 2017)

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With Survivor Series on the horizon, WWE is on a European tour with both Raw and SmackDown Live set to take place in the United Kingdom.

The Raw brand is still reeling from the surprise attack from the SmackDown roster led by Commissioner Shane McMahon. They have yet to retaliate, but could London be the battleground (to use a pay per view title) for Raw to get a little revenge this Tuesday?

A stacked card of nine matches was on the schedule in London, England on November 3rd. Two title matches were on tap for this night and a very special honorary member of The Shield as Roman Reigns continues to recover from his illness.

Courtesy of PWInsider, here are the results from Friday's WWE Live event in London, England.

#1 Finn Balor vs. Samoa Joe

Finn Balor is coming off of a spectacular match at WWE Tables Ladders & Chairs where he defeated AJ Styles who was filling in for the ill Bray Wyatt.

Balor took on Samoa Joe in the opening match and Joe just returned from injury this past Monday on Raw. He was out since August with a knee injury.

Rumor has it that Finn Balor could be the next in line to get a title shot at Brock Lesnar, either at Raw's December pay per view (that has yet to be announced) or at the Royal Rumble. That could be the reasoning to put him over Joe now, to build momentum going into that title match.

Result: Finn Balor def. Samoa Joe

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