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 Team Raw def. Team SmackDown in the 5-on-5 Women’s Survivor Series Elimination Match

Team Raw def. Team SmackDown in the 5-on-5 Women’s Survivor Series Elimination Match

After weeks of brutalization and humiliation, Lana stood alone as the sole survivor for Team Raw against Team SmackDown following a bizarre sequence of events.

Team Blue dominated until Lana tagged herself in, much to her teammates’ displeasure. The Ravishing Russian dished out an impressive series of offense, but it wasn’t enough to change the minds of WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler, and Baszler banished her to remain on the ring steps.

Peyton Royce delivered a spectacular top-rope superplex to Bayley, sending both crashing to ringside and onto the rest of the competitors — with the exception of Lana, who remained in exile.

Royce scored a huge shocker moments later, planting Bayley with Déjà vu to send The Role Model packing as the first elimination. The playing field was soon even, though, as Natalya forced Royce to submit to the Sharpshooter.

Peyton Royce superplexes Bayley into the rest of the field: Survivor Series 2020 (WWE Network Exclusive)

With chaos ensuing outside the ring, Peyton Royce uses the opportunity to use Bayley as a battering ram. Catch WWE action on WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Natalya locked in another Sharpshooter, this time on Baszler, but she was eliminated after being floored by a Woman’s Right from Lacey Evans. Evans then reeled off a top-rope Spanish fly to Bianca Belair, coming within an eyelash of eliminating The EST until she was saved by The Riott Squad.

Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan then worked over Jax with quick blind tags, keeping The Irresistible Force off-balance. But Jax tagged in Baszler, who put Riott out with the Kirifuda Clutch for an academic cover.

The 4-2 deficit seemed to motivate Morgan, who eliminated Evans with a crucifix bomb, but she had no answer for Jax’s power, succumbing to a huge Samoan drop.

Left all alone, Belair showcased her athleticism by running and flipping jaw-dropping circles around Jax before squaring off with Baszler, who slipped on the Kirifuda Clutch. Demonstrating uncanny strength, Belair powered to her feet and found the ropes, but the referee disqualified Baszler for refusing to break the hold before the five-count.

Belair battled Jax on the outside, somehow summoning the will to launch Jax over the barricade. But she couldn’t beat the ref’s 10-count, causing a double count-out and stunningly leaving Lana as the sole survivor despite spending most of the bout on the steps.  

After weeks of brutalization and humiliation, Lana stood alone as the sole survivor for Team Raw against Team SmackDown following a bizarre sequence of events.

Team Blue dominated until Lana tagged herself in, much to her teammates’ displeasure. The Ravishing Russian dished out an impressive series of offense, but it wasn’t enough to change the minds of WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler, and Baszler banished her to remain on the ring steps.

Peyton Royce delivered a spectacular top-rope superplex to Bayley, sending both crashing to ringside and onto the rest of the competitors — with the exception of Lana, who remained in exile.

Royce scored a huge shocker moments later, planting Bayley with Déjà vu to send The Role Model packing as the first elimination. The playing field was soon even, though, as Natalya forced Royce to submit to the Sharpshooter.

Peyton Royce superplexes Bayley into the rest of the field: Survivor Series 2020 (WWE Network Exclusive)

With chaos ensuing outside the ring, Peyton Royce uses the opportunity to use Bayley as a battering ram. Catch WWE action on WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

Natalya locked in another Sharpshooter, this time on Baszler, but she was eliminated after being floored by a Woman’s Right from Lacey Evans. Evans then reeled off a top-rope Spanish fly to Bianca Belair, coming within an eyelash of eliminating The EST until she was saved by The Riott Squad.

Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan then worked over Jax with quick blind tags, keeping The Irresistible Force off-balance. But Jax tagged in Baszler, who put Riott out with the Kirifuda Clutch for an academic cover.

The 4-2 deficit seemed to motivate Morgan, who eliminated Evans with a crucifix bomb, but she had no answer for Jax’s power, succumbing to a huge Samoan drop.

Left all alone, Belair showcased her athleticism by running and flipping jaw-dropping circles around Jax before squaring off with Baszler, who slipped on the Kirifuda Clutch. Demonstrating uncanny strength, Belair powered to her feet and found the ropes, but the referee disqualified Baszler for refusing to break the hold before the five-count.

Belair battled Jax on the outside, somehow summoning the will to launch Jax over the barricade. But she couldn’t beat the ref’s 10-count, causing a double count-out and stunningly leaving Lana as the sole survivor despite spending most of the bout on the steps.