Welcome to live coverage of the WWE Survivor Series 2015 results! This article will bring you the latest updated coverage from Sunday’s matches at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia! Among the superstars competing at this annual WWE pay-per-view will be The Undertaker, Kane, The Wyatts, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns. The WWE World Heavyweight title is up for grabs in the final three matches of the championship tournament, while Paige challenges Charlotte for the WWE Divas title. Coverage starts as of 8 p.m. Eastern Time and runs the entirety of the pay-per-view event from Georgia.
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2015 Survivor Series Match Results:
Roman Reigns vs. Alberto Del Rio – Championship Tournament Semifinals Match #1
Reigns arrived down through the crowd steps to the ring to loud boos in the arena. Alberto Del Rio came out to the stage next with Zeb Colter on his motorized scooter. They showed a picture-in-picture video with Zeb talking up Del Rio becoming the Mex-American World Heavyweight champion.
Early on, things spilled to the outside with Del Rio tossing Reigns against the barrier and Reigns holding his ribs. Del Rio also targeted the shoulder that Cesaro worked on this past week on Raw. Back in the ring, he had a near fall after a move off the corner. Reigns made a comeback with a powerslam for a near fall 1 count. They showed Triple H backstage watching the match on a TV monitor. Cole said HHH wants anyone but Reigns to become new champion. Reigns avoided Del Rio’s move where he ran the ropes and jumped at him, causing Del Rio to fall to the outside. Reigns left the ring and dropkicked Del Rio near the apron.
Del Rio and Reigns fought on the corner at one point, with Del Rio punching Reigns down into the tree of woe spot. He went for the double stomp but Reigns was able to lean back towards the corner and avoid it. Del Rio fell to the mat as if his legs got hurt. Reigns set up for a Spear and went for it but Del Rio suckered him into a Superkick instead for a near fall. Moments later, ADR set up for another finish but Reigns countered to a roll up pinfall and then a power bomb for a near fall.
Del Rio managed to get an armbar locked onto Reigns arm. Reigns got up and ADR still had the hold on him as Reigns dumped him over the top rope. Del Rio rushed back into the ring and went to the corner for a move but Reigns rolled to avoid it and then came back with the big spear for the win.
Winner: Roman Reigns won via pinfall over Alberto Del Rio to advance to the finals of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship tournament.
Backstage, Jo Jo tried to interview Roman on his big win, but Dean Ambrose came in and congratulated him. Reigns said once he takes care of Kevin Owens it’ll be the two of them fighting for the title like they should be. Ambrose gave him a look and slapped him in the chest then walked out. Reigns started to talk about his match and how Ambrose would go out and take care of Owens next, but Owens walked in. He brought up how it’s not going to be Ambrose who fights him tonight but him. He talked up Reigns coming close to winning the title but getting stopped short by Rollins, then at MITB by Bray Wyatt. Owens said tonight it’ll be him who stops him short.
Dean Ambrose vs. Kevin Owens – Championship Tournament Semifinals Match #2
Ambrose made his ring entrance first, followed by Owens who the commentators said looked cool, calm and collected as ever. Early on, Ambrose gained control and went for a top rope move, but Owens backed into the ropes to crotch him. He settled into a hold on Ambrose with Dean eventually starting to power out but Owens shoved him into the corner then picked him up on his shoulders for a twisting slam move. After a near fall he complained to the ref a bit and then roughed up Ambrose more. The crowed chanted “Let’s go Ambrose” and “Fight Owens Fight” in a nearly divided chant. Triple H was shown watching from backstage on a monitor again. The commentators kept talking about how HHH wants anyone to win the championship besides Reigns.
Ambrose finally started a comeback after avoiding Owens’ attempted moonsault from the corner. Ambrose hit an elbow clothesline from the top rope for a near fall of his own. They fought on the top corner at one point with Ambrose attempting the superplex but Owens head butted him down. Ambrose came back with a forearm move and then went for a superplex again but Owens hit an impressive counter with him from off the corner.
Owens went for a move moments later as he threw Ambrose to the ropes, but Dean exploded back with his clothesline move. Owens went to the outside with Dean hitting a suicide dive. Moments later, Owens went out to the other side of the ring and Ambrose rushed at him for a suicide dive but Owens caught him. Owens tossed Ambrose onto the commentators table.
Back in the ring, Owens went for a Pop up Powerbomb, but Ambrose leapfrogged him. He went for a bounce back clothesline move from the ropes but Owens superkicked him twice. Owens shoved Ambrose to the ropes for another attempted Powerbomb, but Ambrose countered it into a Dirty Deeds and then grabbed the winning pinfall to advance.
Winner: Dean Ambrose won via pinfall over Roman Reigns to advance to the finals of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship tournament.
A promotional video was shown for TLC 2015 pay-per-view which arrives on December 13th.
They talked up The Undertaker making his debut 25 years ago at Survivor Series in Hartford, CT as part of The Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase’s team and showed a video package of Undertaker’s career with various superstars talking about him. They included Shawn Michaels, Triple H and Stone Cold Steve Austin.
5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match
For the first team, Ryback was first out to the ring, followed by Lucha Dragons. Next out were the final two members of the team, The Usos. For their opponents, New Day’s theme music hit and they came dancing out onto the stage. Mr. Money in the Bank Sheamus was with them as well as King Barrett. New Day cut a promo on the mics as they walked down the ramp. Xavier Woods talked up his new hairdoo, while they talked up their Survivor Series team with the King of the Ring, Mr. Money in the Bank and the tag champions together.
Early on, several of the heels fell to the outside. Lucha Dragons and the Usos both revved up and hit four suicide dives at once out onto the heels. Ryback jumped off the corner to land on the entire pile of guys when they stood up. A swanton bomb from Sin Cara onto King Barrett got the first elimination of the match. The face team took it to Kofi next.
Elimination #1: Sin Cara pinfall on King Barrett. Team Ryback 5, Team New Day 4
Jimmy Uso was the next guy taken out as the heels hit a doubleteam move on him from the corner for a pinfall. Elimination #2: Jimmy Uso by Xavier Woods, 4 vs 4.
Elimination #3: Sheamus hit a Brogue Kick on Sin Cara for an elimination, Team New Day 4, Team Ryback 3.
The face team took it to Big E, with Jey Uso eventually hitting the Superbly Splash for a pinfall elimination.
Elimination #4: Jey Uso pinned Big E. Team New Day 3, Team Ryback 3.
Xavier Woods started going crazy outside the ring saying “he’s not eliminated.” Woods and Kofi helped E backstage, leaving Sheamus on his own at the match against Ryback, Kalisto and Jey Uso.
Chalets gained control against Sheamus before Ryback finally tagged in and took him to the corners for multiple clotheslines. Sheamus finally got a boot up to block him on one attempt. Moments later, Ryback hit a spinebuster, but Sheamus responded with a near fall attempt of his own. Sheamus went to the corner and set up for the Brogue Kick but Ryback avoided it.
Moments later, Ryback tagged in Kalisto who got on the corner as Jey tagged his back. Kalisto jumped off the corner. Sheamus caught him but Kalisto wrapped his legs around his neck. Jey came in as Ryback tagged in. Jey came over for a superkick on Sheamus and Kalisto tossed Sheamus to Ryback for the Shellshocked finish. Xavier Woods and Kofi were still MIA, so Ryback, Jey and Kalisto were named winners.
Winner(s): Ryback, Jey Uso & Kalisto won the traditional Survivor Series match.
As mentioned, tonight’s pay-per-view begins at 8 p.m. Eastern Time, but pre-show coverage starts as early as 7 p.m. ET on WWE Network. The live PPV is scheduled to start at 8 and runs for approximately three hours. We’ll continue to bring udpates for each of the match winners throughout tonight’s big event.