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WWE Survivor Series 2018: Women’s Elimination Match

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Results of the opening match at WWE Survivor Series 2018, the Women’s Raw vs. Smackdown Elimination Match. Representing Smackdown was team captain Naomi, Carmella, Sonya Deville, Mandy Rose, and Asuka. Representing Raw was Mickie James, Nia Jax, Tamina, Bayley, and Sasha Banks, along with team captain Alexa Bliss.





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The opening match of WWE Survivor Series 2018 featured the Women’s Traditional Elimination Match that saw Smackdown’s Naomi, Carmella, Sonya Deville, Mandy Rose, and Asuka got to battle with Raw’s Mickie James, Tamina, Nia Jax, Bayley, and Sasha Banks, who were accompanied to the ring by team captain Alexa Bliss.

  • Nia Jax was greeted by a round of boos, and the match started with “Nia Sucks” chants, followed by even louder “BECKY!” chants.
  • The first two competitors in the ring were Tamina and Naomi, but things immediately broke down and saw all 10 women brawl in the center of the ring.
  • Tamina eliminated Naomi with a Superkick at 1:18.
  • Carmella immediately slid in and eliminated Tamina with a roll up at 1:35, followed by a Carmella Dance Break.
  • Mandy Rose connected with what appeared to be a stiff knee to the face of Nia Jax, who tagged out and looked to be checked in the corner.
  • Mandy Rose tagged herself in, stealing Sonya Deville’s pinfall on Mickie James at 7:54.
  • After taunting Sasha Banks, Carmella fell victim to a Bayley-To-Belly, and was eliminated by The Hugger at 9:15.
  • Mandy Rose was eliminated when she tapped out to Sasha Banks Banks Statement at 10:53.
  • Bayley and Sonya Deville were both counted out, and eliminated, at 15:19. This left Nia & Sasha with a one woman advantage over Asuka.
  • Nia turned on Sasha Banks, allowing Asuka to trap her in the Asuka Lock to gain the submission at 19:41
  • A Samoan Drop from Nia Jax gave eliminates Asuka at 20:19, winning the match for Raw
  • Raw takes the early lead at 1-0 (kickoff apparently didn’t count).







 

 

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