WWE Survivor Series results: Ronda Rousey brutally attacked by Charlotte Flair as Brock Lesnar beats Daniel Bryan
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Monday Night Raw proved dominant over Smackdown Live at WWE Survivor Series, but Ronda Rousey’s brutal attack at the hands of Charlotte Flair proved to be the biggest talking point from a frantic night in Los Angeles.

WWE’s red brand won all the key clashes on the night that saw stars from the company’s two flagship shows go head to head, most notably Universal Champion Brock Lesnar’s incredible win over WWE Champion Daniel Bryan. 

But Charlotte’s decision to sacrifice her chances of victory in order to attack the former UFC champion with anything she could get her hands on – having only entered the match as a late substitute for Smackdown’s champion Becky Lynch – left Rousey a bloody mess afterwards.

The main event on the night saw Lesnar, who is criticised heavily for his reduced schedule and his match quality, deliver one of his best matches since returning to the WWE. With the exception of the pointless outing against Braun Strowman in Saudi Arabia recently, it must be said that Lesnar’s stock is rising where his commitment and in-ring ability is concerned. 


WWE Survivor Series in pictures





1/25 Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte Flair

2/25 Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte Flair

3/25 Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte Flair

4/25 Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte Flair

5/25 Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte Flair

6/25 Brock Lesnar vs Daniel Bryan

7/25 Brock Lesnar vs Daniel Bryan

8/25 Brock Lesnar vs Daniel Bryan

9/25 Brock Lesnar vs Daniel Bryan

10/25 Brock Lesnar vs Daniel Bryan

11/25 Brock Lesnar vs Daniel Bryan

12/25 five-on-five Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match

13/25 five-on-five Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match

14/25 five-on-five Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match

15/25 five-on-five Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match

16/25 five-on-five Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match

17/25 Buddy Murphy vs Mustafa Ali

18/25 Buddy Murphy vs Mustafa Ali

19/25 Authors of Pain vs The Bar

20/25 Authors of Pain vs The Bar

21/25 Seth Rollins vs Shinsuke Nakamura

22/25 Seth Rollins vs Shinsuke Nakamura

23/25 Women’s five-on-five traditional Survivor Series Elimination match

24/25 Women’s five-on-five traditional Survivor Series Elimination match

25/25 10-on-10 elimination tag team match

1/25 Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte Flair

2/25 Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte Flair

3/25 Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte Flair

4/25 Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte Flair

5/25 Ronda Rousey vs Charlotte Flair

6/25 Brock Lesnar vs Daniel Bryan

7/25 Brock Lesnar vs Daniel Bryan

8/25 Brock Lesnar vs Daniel Bryan

9/25 Brock Lesnar vs Daniel Bryan

10/25 Brock Lesnar vs Daniel Bryan

11/25 Brock Lesnar vs Daniel Bryan

12/25 five-on-five Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match

13/25 five-on-five Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match

14/25 five-on-five Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match

15/25 five-on-five Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match

16/25 five-on-five Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match

17/25 Buddy Murphy vs Mustafa Ali

18/25 Buddy Murphy vs Mustafa Ali

19/25 Authors of Pain vs The Bar

20/25 Authors of Pain vs The Bar

21/25 Seth Rollins vs Shinsuke Nakamura

22/25 Seth Rollins vs Shinsuke Nakamura

23/25 Women’s five-on-five traditional Survivor Series Elimination match

24/25 Women’s five-on-five traditional Survivor Series Elimination match

25/25 10-on-10 elimination tag team match

He was aided by sharing the ring in Los Angeles with Daniel Bryan, one of the best craftsman in the business. The two told a great story with a to-and-fro affair that, after a dominant start from Lesnar, looking to be edging into Bryan’s favour. 

In the end, though, a final F5 from The Beast on Bryan proved enough for the UFC combatant to prevail.  

Charlotte lost her match against Rousey by disqualification but, in truth, Rousey was left looking anything other than a winner as she was devastated by scathing attack from Flair that featured a beat down with a steel chair and a Kendo stick.

It looked a certain heel turn by Flair, executed perfectly, with Rousey once again proving for her part that she could be set for a long and established career as a sports entertainer.

The tone for a hectic, frantic night had been set as early as the pre-show with the five-on-five tag team elimination bout. Raw’s Revival stood out as stars of the absolute melee, but were toppled at the end as The Usos downed them to pick up the win for Smackdown. 

That was, however, as good as it got for the show managed by British favourite Paige. Raw would come out on top for the rest of the night. 

In the woman’s division, Nia Jax stood tall for Raw as she toppled Asuka in the woman’s elimination match – despite turning on Sasha Banks, one of her own teammates, along the way. 

Intercontinental champ Seth Rollins edged out Shinksuke Nakamura in a match that was expected to be a classic and duly delivered – exactly the same being said for the night’s only title match that saw Cruiserweight Champion, Buddy Murphy, retain against Mustafa Ali in a whirlwind contest.  

Elsewhere, Authors of Pain dispatched The Bar in a surprisingly swift affair, while Shane McMahon was left staring down the barrel in the men’s elimination match – fending for himself against three remaining Raw team members, he was eventually pinned for the win by Strowman, who’d dominated much of the clash. 

WWE Survivor Series results

Brock Lesnar DEF. Daniel Bryan 

Seth Rollins DEF. Shinsuke Nakamura. 

WWE Cruiserweight Champion Buddy Murphy DEF. Mustafa Ali. 

Ronda Rousey DEF. Charlotte Flair. 

Raw won the women’s Survivor Series elimination bout after Nia Jax pinned Asuka. 

Authors of Pain DEF. The Bar 

Smackdown Live won the five on five tag team elimination bout as The Usos pinned The Revival. 

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