– Tonight’s Survivor Series go-home release of WWE SmackDown opens live from the Enterprise Center in St. Louis, Missouri as Tom Phillips invites us. He’s joined by Corey Graves and Byron Saxton.
– The hosts go appropriate to a video bundle with features from the previous evening’s attack on RAW, which saw SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch lead the blue brand ladies’ division in a beatdown on the red brand ladies’ division.
Tom reports that Becky endured a broken face and a blackout amid the fight. She won’t have the capacity to confront Rousey at Survivor Series on Sunday. Fans serenade for Becky. They demonstrates to us a replay of Nia Jax causing the wounds on RAW. Graves says it was a serious blackout that Becky endured. Tom says Rousey’s new adversary will be named later this evening.
– We go to the ring and out comes WWE Champion AJ Styles. Tom builds up Sunday’s match with WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar.
Styles hits the ring and fans serenade his name. He discusses the 2017 match with Lesnar and what he’s done in the year since. He got them everything except Lesnar. Styles says that will be distinctive on Sunday as he intends to accomplish something other than endure. AJ all of a sudden stops and directs his concentration toward the timekeeper’s zone. Paul Heyman is getting through the group. AJ says to give Heyman a chance to talk. Heyman takes the mic and does his typical stupendous presentation for The Beast. Styles says he came to SmackDown with all due regard on the grounds that on RAW the previous evening he told everybody that there’s nobody his customer needs to look on Sunday more than AJ, on the grounds that when you notice WWE Hall of Famers like Ricky Steamboat, Ric Flair, Shawn Michaels, you notice AJ Styles. Heyman says Styles is only this near being comparable to #1, Daniel Bryan.
Heyman says we’re never going to get the opportunity to see Lesnar versus Bryan. Heyman wouldn’t like to hint that Styles is an incidental award. Heyman needs everybody to realize how exceptional it will be for him when he has an unparalleled view to see his customer venture in the ring with the second most prominent in-ring entertainer in WWE history, AJ. Styles realizes Heyman is endeavoring to get under his skin. AJ has had only regard for Bryan however he made him tap out. AJ says Lesnar limped far from their match a year ago and that demonstrates he’s helpless. AJ has become better for 371 days however Lesnar has become nearer to tapping out for as long as 371 days. AJ goes on and says Sunday won’t be in regards to Lesnar or Bryan, it will be about the face that runs the place, the champ that runs the camp, The Phenomenal One. The music hinders and out comes Bryan. Bryan says he’s not in any case beyond any doubt for what reason they’re discussing him. He goes on and says if AJ makes reference to his name once again without reason, he will punch AJ in the face. Bryan expresses gratitude toward AJ, reveals to him goodnight and drops the mic to take off. AJ says Heyman raised Bryan’s name, not him. AJ thought they embraced everything out and were all great yet Bryan appears to be disturbed still. AJ goes on and says Bryan’s name once more. Bryan rocks him int he mouth and they begin fighting on the tangle. SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon runs out with arbitrators and makers to split the battle up. The battle is at long last separated as they gaze each other down.
– Still to come, The Bar and Big Show versus The New Day. We go to business.
– Back from the break and another backstage fight breaks out among Styles and Bryan in Shane’s office. Authorities are in to split it up. Shane reports Bryan versus Styles for today around evening time and the title will be hanging in the balance.
Andrade “Cien” Almas versus Jeff Hardy
We go to the ring and out comes Andrade “Cien” Almas with the returning Zelina Vega. Jeff Hardy is out straightaway.
The chime rings and Almas instantly assaults with a boot. He keeps control and takes Hardy to the corner, whipping him as Vega gives a shout out to him. Solid turns it around and hits a jawbreaker. Almas gets some offense in and presents on the ropes with Vega. Strong returns and shows Almas out of the ring. We go to business with Almas out on the floor.