An edition of "The Cutting Edge" gets out of hand as the SmackDown locker room cannot contain Mark Henry.09/06/2017 - 19:45
RICHMOND, Va. -- When a maniacal Edge wasn't tormenting an abducted Paul Bearer, World Heavyweight Champion Kane was seething with anger, and members of Team Rey Mysterio were colliding with members of Team Alberto Del Rio. With one of WWE's longest running pay-per-views looming, emotions are sure to boil over this Sunday. (Survivor Series microsite)
Edge tormented an abducted Paul Bearer
(WATCH: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4)
With one diabolical act after another toward a helpless Paul Bearer, Edge clearly got inside the head of World Heavyweight Champion Kane. Has The Ultimate Opportunist already laid the foundation for a victory at Survivor Series? (Match preview)
Team Rey Mysterio def. Team Alberto Del Rio in a 10-Man Survivor Series Showdown Battle Royal (WATCH | PHOTOS)
An action-packed night culminated in all of the members of Team Mysterio tangling with their foes on Team Del Rio. At the close of the conflict, Team Del Rio's Jack Swagger found himself battling big odds against Big Show and Rey Mysterio. After Mysterio blasted The All-American American with a 619, Big Show pushed Swagger over the top rope for the victory. Is the win a prelude to what will happen at Survivor Series? (Match preview)
Rey Mysterio vs. Alberto Del Rio Survivor Series Showdown Match ended in a No Contest (WATCH)
After their respective team members battled it out at the start of the night in a series of Showdown Matches, it was time for team Captains Rey Mysterio and Alberto Del Rio to tangle. But before a winner could be determined, the match ended when Team Del Rio charged the ring and assaulted Mysterio. Just seconds later, Team Mysterio came to its captain's aid and fended off the assailants. Putting a brief stop to the chaos, SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long declared the action should continue in an official10-Man Survivor Series Showdown Battle Royal.
Big Show def. Tyler Reks in a Survivor Series Showdown Match (WATCH | PHOTOS)
Although Tyler Reks has proven to be a formidable force in recent weeks, he could not overcome The World's Largest Athlete Big Show. With a massive chokeslam, Big Show chalked up another win for Team Mysterio.
Self-professed "Co-Divas Champions" Michelle McCool & Layla def. Kelly Kelly & Natalya (WATCH | PHOTOS)
With both members of Team Lay-Cool in the ring, they capitalized on the advantage and double-kicked Natalya to the canvas. Layla quickly seized the moment and grabbed the pinfall. At Survivor Series, can Natalya find a way to overcome the odds when she faces the duo in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match? (Match preview)
"Dashing" Cody Rhodes def. Kofi Kingston in a Survivor Series Showdown Match (WATCH | PHOTOS)
Even though Kofi Kingston came at "Dashing" Cody Rhodes with a high-powered offense, it was not enough to overcome Rhodes, who dropped Kingston with a jarring Cross Rhodes.
Kaval def. Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler in a Non-Title Match (WATCH | PHOTOS)
After a series of counter maneuvers, Kaval used an old-school bridge to pin Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler to get the biggest victory of his career. After his first win on SmackDown, Kaval reminded Ziggler and the WWE Universe that as the WWE NXT season two winner, he is due a championship match -- and he wants it at Survivor Series against Ziggler. (Match preview)
Jack Swagger def. Chris Masters in a Survivor Series Showdown Match (WATCH | PHOTOS)
Despite an impressive effort by Chris Masters, Jack Swagger found a way out of the Master Lock and went on to make Masters submit to his own signature submission move, the ankle lock.
MVP def. Drew McIntyre in a Survivor Series Showdown Match (WATCH | PHOTOS)
Scoring first for Team Mysterio was MVP who chalked up a victory over Drew McIntyre with a well-placed kick to the head. The charged up Ballin' Superstar will certainly be an asset for his team come Sunday.
Alberto Del Rio clashed with MVP
At the start of the night, Survivor Series Team Captain Alberto Del Rio mixed words with MVP, challenging his claims of greatness. Despite MVP's desire to tangle with Del Rio, the "Essence of Excellence" declared MVP would face Drew McIntyre.