This Week In WWE 17th November 2017
By Marcus Green
Posted On 19-11-2017 02:10 GMT
Tags: WWE, RAW, Smackdown, NXT

WWE RAW 13th November 2017

Bayley vs. Mickie James vs. Dana Brooke – Winner joins Team RAW at Survivor Series

The ramifications for this match coupled with the RAW Women’s team at ringside created high stakes for Bayley, James and Brooke, who had something to prove. Brooke got ahead of herself and aid dearly for putting her hands on Asuka. Meanwhile Bayley managed to nails the veteran James with Bayley-to-Bayley for the final spot on the women’s team.

Winner: Bayley

An F-5 forecast for Survivor Series

Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman returned to set the stage for Sunday with the now first time opponent for Lesnar in the new WWE Champion, “The Phenomenal” AJ Styles. Heyman blazed the microphone like only he can, notably shutting down a fan who unceremoniously interrupted him with a crowd proposal. Heyman acknowledged Styles’ credibility before saying that he would inevitably be beaten, victimized and conquered by “The Beast”.

Game on for Team RAW

Jason Jordan’s night went from bad to worse following an attack by the man he defeated earlier in Bray Wyatt left him limping to the ring to plead with his father not to take him off of Team RAW. Unfortunately by then the decision was out of both their hands when WWE’s COO Triple H returned and announced himself as the fifth member of Team RAW and stamped it with a Pedigree to Jordan.

The Shield vs. The Miz, Sheamus & Cesaro

Roman Reigns completed the Shield trifecta and threw out a challenge to New Day for Sunday before he his brothers proved they hadn’t lost a step when the “Hounds of Justice” eventually cleared the ring with only The Miz left to take the classic Shield Triple Powerbomb to claim victory as a faction for the first time in three years.

Winner: The Shield

Braun Strowman drives Kane through the ring

“The Monster Among Men” seized a chance for revenge against the “Big Red Machine”. The rules were thrown out as the match was never officially started and yet both were set on destroying each other. However Strowman would force his way to a Powerslam and literally drove Kane through the ring.

Smackdown Live 16th November 2017

Natalya (c) vs. Charlotte Flair – Smackdown Women’s Championship

With the opportunity to finally become champion back in her reach, Charlotte left nothing to chance against a very game and crafty Natalya. “The Queen” would lock in her signature Figure Eight to secure the tap out, but better than the win was a surprising appearance from Ric Flair as she ran into her fathers arms for an emotional celebration.

Winner and new Smackdown Women’s Champion: Charlotte Flair

Smackdown comes under siege

The New Day were firmly closing in on a victory on the best friends, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, but everything came to a screeching halt when The Shield’s arrival proceeded the rest the retaliation of the rest of RAW’s roster including the women. Smackdown’s roster was left in shambles before Kurt Angle had a verbal message to Shane McMahon followed with a physical one with a Shield Triple Powerbomb and then an Angle Slam.

WWE NXT 15th November 2017

Ember Moon vs. Mercedes Martinez

When Martinez commented that Moon couldn’t win the big one, Moon was determined to prove her wrong the old fashioned way. Matinez’s offense was every bit as hard hitting as her words, taking control for most of the math. However, Moon made the necessary adjustments and put Martinez away with the Eclipse to gain momentum heading into Takeover: War Games.

Winner: Ember Moon

Face-to-face brawl

After being left laying after Almas got the drop on his last week, McIntyre wanted for his Takover opponent to finally face him like a man. Alms was done with words and took the fight to the champion and with a distraction form Zelina Vega, gained the upper hand and planted McIntyre with his hammerlock DDT.

Tags: WWE, RAW, Smackdown, NXT




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