The Bloodline and Team Belair Reign Supreme As War Games Takes Centre Stage at WWE Survivor Series

The Bloodline and Team Belair Reign Supreme As War Games Takes Centre Stage at WWE Survivor Series

  • WWE held their annual Survivor Series Premium Live Event, but this time with a War Games twist
  • Becky Lynch secured victory for Team Belair as the women's War Games match opened Survivor Series
  • Sami Zayn proved that he was loyal to The Bloodline as he was a crucial part of their victory

War Games came to the WWE main roster, and it did not disappoint.

The Survivor Series Premium Live Event scrapped the traditional five-on-five elimination match in favour of War Games, and the event proved to be a night to be remembered.

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The Bloodline and Team Belair claimed victory and bragging rights after all was said and done at Survivor Series War Games. Image: @WWEIndia
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Survivor Series kicked off with the women’s War Games match, which saw Bianca Belair, Mia Yim, Alexa Bliss, Asuka, and Becky Lynch taking on Bayley, Dakota Kai, Iyo Sky, Nikki Cross, and Rhea Ripley.

Belair’s side claimed victory after Lynch dived off the top of the cage onto Kai and Sky through a table, pinning King Kota afterwards.

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The PLE also saw AJ Styles defeating Finn Balor in a match that saw the leaders of two factions square off. The OC and Judgement Day members were also involved in a brawl at ringside during the bout, adding to the growing tensions between the two sides.

Ronda Rousey then retained her SmackDown Women’s Championship as she beat Shotzi Blackheart with the help of Shayna Baszler.

Austin Theory returned to winning ways when he captured the United States title in a triple threat match against Bobby Lashley and Seth Rollins.

Theory took advantage of a Spear by Lashley to grab the win and become a two-time US Champ.

The men’s War Games match then closed off the show and stole headlines for the ending.

Sami Zayn proved his loyalty to the Bloodline by first stopping Kevin Owens from securing victory and then hitting his former friend with a low blow. He then set up KO for a top rope splash from Jey Uso to secure The Bloodline the victory.

The actions of Zayn were enough to convince Jey of Sami’s loyalty to The Bloodline, and he finally embraced the Honourary Uce after the match.

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The most stupendous two-night WrestleMania in history lived up to its billing as Night 2 of the showcase of immortals was just as good as night one.

Night 2 featured comedy, title changes, title defences and plenty of action. 78 453 packed into the AT&T Stadium to witness the event, Sports Brief previously reported.

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