WWE SmackDown results, Nov. 5, 2021: Reigns leads The Bloodline in laying waste to King Woods and Sir Kofi
Universal Champion Roman Reigns refused to watch Jimmy Uso have to bend a knee to King Woods, and the result was a Bloodline beatdown of The New Day led by The Head of the Table to close out SmackDown!
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SmackDown results: Nov. 5, 2021
Shayna Baszler def. Naomi after WWE Official Sonya Deville restarted match
Naomi earned payback against Shayna Baszler after rolling up The Queen of Spades for the three-count, but her victory was short lived as Sonya Deville was quick to make her presence known.
The WWE Official weaseled her way back into Naomi’s affairs, restarting the match after noting that she was holding the ropes before rolling up Baszler for the pin.
With Naomi protesting Deville’s decision, The Queen of Spades took advantage of the distraction and locked in the Kirifuda Clutch for the submission victory.
Los Lotharios def. Cesaro & Mansoor
The self-proclaimed “Hottest Tag Team in WWE” of Angel and Humberto continued their recent destruction of the tag team division by defeating the newly formed pair of Cesaro & Mansoor in a thrilling back-and-forth matchup. Angel scored the victory over Cesaro after Los Lotharios connected with their patented Cerro de la Silla.
Drew McIntyre def. Ricochet
Drew McIntyre issued yet another open challenge to the SmackDown roster which was answered by Ricochet. An incredibly high-octane matchup culminated in a jaw-dropping mid-Moonsault Claymore by The Scottish Warrior that earned him the win. Despite their size difference, Ricochet gave McIntyre all he could handle, earning him some much-deserved respect after the match.
The Viking Raiders def. Happy Corbin & Madcap Moss via countout
The Viking Raiders weren’t pleased to be guests on “Happy Talk,” and even though Happy Corbin and Madcap Moss tried to cheer them up with a few jokes, Erik and Ivar came to raid.
The talk show quickly broke down into blows, leading to a tag team match that saw The Viking Raiders pour on the offense, prompting Corbin and Moss to make an abrupt escape and eat the defeat by countout.
King Woods def. Jimmy Uso
The Bloodline will not bend the knee to King Woods no matter the result.
With the stakes set earlier in the night -- acknowledge The Head of the Table or bend the knee -- Jimmy Uso and King Woods went to war in a hard-fought singles match.
King Woods pulled off a quick one to pin Jimmy Uso, but Roman Reigns leapt into the ring before Jimmy kneeled to lay waste to King Woods and Sir Kofi, staking The Bloodline’s true claim to SmackDown’s throne. The Universal Champion capped it all off by letting Woods know that he will be in danger if he shows up on the blue brand next week.