Get full WWE SmackDown results for the November 25, 2022 episode from Providence, the night before Survivor Series WarGames.
Hope everyone got all their Black Friday shopping in today, because tonight it’s time for WWE SmackDown. With Survivor Series only 24 hours away, there’s still some important business to take care of in Providence before the scene shifts a little up the road to Boston on Saturday.
For starters, there’s the not insignificant deal of who will get the advantage for the Men’s WarGames match. Sheamus and Drew McIntyre would figure to have a good shot at securing it against just about any two opponents, but their problem is that it’s not just any two opponents, it’s the undisputed tag team champions, The Usos. Will the Bloodline go into Survivor Series with the upper hand as usual?
Bianca Belair already knows her side will be at a disadvantage against Team Damage CTRL in the Women’s WarGames match, but she has an ace still to play: She hasn’t revealed the fifth member of her side. Get ready for the rook to be blown off the arena if it’s someone we haven’t seen in the while … like, say Becky Lynch or (dare we hope) Sasha Banks.
The SmackDown World Cup is rolling on this Friday as well, with the semifinal matches both on the card. One bout will be an all-USA affair as Ricochet tries to topple the much larger Braun Strowman, while the other match will have more international flavor as Santos Escobar collides with Butch.
There’s more that’s been announced as well, but we want to wrap up this preamble and get to the good stuff. If you’re done with your shopping and will be watching live on FOX tonight, awesome. If not, please bookmark this page and check back throughout the evening, as we’ll be updating it with the latest and greatest WWE SmackDown results from Providence as they happen.
Get full AEW Dynamite results for the Nov. 23 Thanksgiving episode from Chicago, featuring match 2 between Death Triangle and The Elite.
Before we give thanks for everything else that’s good in life, we’re taking some time for the Thanksgiving episode of AEW Dynamite. Coming to us live from the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, this first episode after Full Gear looks as loaded as any holiday dinner table.
In terms of pure in-ring excitement, it’s hard to top Death Triangle vs. The Elite, a matchup so nice Tony Khan is giving it to us multiple times over the next few weeks. Dynamite will see the two teams compete in the second match of their best-of-seven series for the AEW World Trios Championship, with the face and heel roles now apparently firmly established after the champs cheated to win the first meeting at Full Gear.
Two titles will also be on the line Wednesday night. Chris Jericho will face yet another former ROH champ, this one from overseas, when he tries to stop Tomohiro Ishii from walking away the new ROH World Champion. Orange Cassidy will get a more local but no less formidable foe for his All-Atlantic Championship in the form of Jake Hager, who will look to bring both himself and his purple bucket hat more glory.
We’ll also see who the next challenger will be for new AEW World Champion MJF, as the final of the AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament pits Ethan Page against Ricky Starks. Plus we’ll hear from William Regal about why he decided to lend MJF a hand in Newark, which is sure to be an interesting explanation.
That’s not even everything that’s been advertised for this week, but you don’t come here for us babbling about the card. Bookmark this page and refer back to it as needed, as we update it with the latest AEW Dynamite results throughout the night.
Get WWE Raw results for the November 21, 2022 episode from Albany, with advantage in the women’s WarGames match at Survivor Series at stake.
Like Scooby Doo and his pals, we at Wrestling Junkie love a good mystery. That’s relevant because so much of this week’s Raw from Albany, NY remained unknown even as of Monday afternoon.
Occasionally the official WWE previews simply won’t reveal much of the card, and this was one of those times. The match we do know about is huge: Asuka vs. Rhea Ripley, with the winner gaining their team the advantage in the Women’s WarGames match at Survivor Series.
Might the chance to send someone new into WarGames a few minutes before the other team not prove to be all that big a deal? Sure. But it’s one of those things where you’d rather have the advantage than allow your opponents to have it, so Asuka and Rhea will undoubtedly be going all out to sew it up. We wouldn’t be shocked if their teammates got involved either.
Speaking of which, Team Bianca Belair is still one woman short, with rumors suggesting their fifth spot was supposed to go to Candice LeRae until injury forced a change of plans. We don’t know if that’s true or not (it would have made sense, however), but we expect that some clarity on the final participant in the WarGames bout may come tonight. We’re running out of days, if nothing else.
It’s likely we’ll see something involving Seth Rollins, since his United States Championship is now the top prize on Raw, as well as Austin Theory, who appears to have turned a page in his career and is done playing around.
In any case, there are three hours of Raw to fill, so logic dictates that there’s a whole lot we don’t know about yet, and we’re fine with that. If you will be watching everything unfold on USA, enjoy. If not, please consider bookmarking this page and checking back as we update it with the latest WWE Raw results as they take place in Albany.
Get AEW Rampage results for the November 18, 2022 episode from Newark, the night before Full Gear.
With AEW Full Gear less than 24 hours away, it’s only right that Rampage is live tonight from the same venue: the Prudential Center in Newark. It’s not a throwaway show either, with one AEW star’s dream match on the card.
Eddie Kingston has always wanted to face Jun Akiyama, and it’s a matchup that has been mentioned several times in the past. Jon Moxley has even tried to speak it into existence. And now it’s actually happening, as Kingston will team with Ortiz to take on Akiyama and Konosuke Takeshita.
Another big match, and one that’s been delayed by injury, will take place when Ricky Starks and Lance Archer collide. It’s a first round match in the AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament, with the winner going on to face Brian Cage during the Full Gear pre-show.
Hook is also on the Rampage card, trying to fend off a challenge from Lee Moriarty. And Athena will face a veteran when she steps in against Madison Rayne.
Did we mention it’s the night before Full Gear? Yep, that’s reason enough to get hype. Tune in live to TNT to catch all of this Rampage action, or bookmark this page and check back as we update it with the latest AEW Rampage results as they happen.
Get WWE SmackDown results for the Nov. 18, 2022 episode from Hartford, featuring two more SmackDown World Cup first-round matches.
While the football World Cup may not be allowing beer near the proceedings, we’re all in favor of cracking open a cold one for WWE SmackDown in Hartford this week, whether you are at the arena or watching at home.
(Neither if you have to drive anywhere, though, please be responsible.)
It’s not just a random cheap shot we’re taking at soccer, however, because the SmackDown World Cup is very much a part of the action on this week’s show. One first-round match will see Butch take on Sami Zayn in what should be an excellent contest. As well, you may recall that their respective groups, the Brawling Brutes and the Bloodline, have been at each other’s throats quite a bit. Could that lead to a WarGames match at Survivor Series? All signs point to yes.
The other first-round World Cup match doesn’t have the same faction-related intrigue, but should still be a barnburner nonetheless. We’re talking Ricochet vs. Mustafa Ali, which means you should hold onto your butts. High-flying moves? You’re about to see some.
And in the women’s division, Shotzi won the right to call herself the next contender for Ronda Rousey‘s SmackDown Women’s Championship. But before she gets that opportunity, she’ll do battle with Rousey’s right-hand woman, Shayna Baszler. Can Shotzi prove something to herself … and Rousey?
With Survivor Series WarGames just eight days away, there’s bound to be a bit more in terms of solidifying that card. There’s also every chance we’ll see Bray Wyatt, since SmackDown is supposed to be his show. All good reasons to tune in to FOX, or to simply bookmark this page for the latest WWE SmackDown results as they happen from Hartford.
Get AEW Dynamite results for the Nov. 16, 2022 episode from Bridgeport, CT, the final Dynamite before Full Gear.
This is the part where we’d usually put something like “Can you feel it?” or whatever we can think of to tie in with the theme of a wrestling PPV. But what exactly can you say for AEW Full Gear? Can you … hear the giant gear turning and the engine of AEW revving up? Does that even work?
Eh, we’ll workshop it. While we do that, we do know that AEW Dynamite comes to us this week from Bridgeport, CT, and has the task of getting people psyched for the bigger show in Newark this weekend. That shouldn’t be too much of a problem considering plenty has already been announced for Full Gear.
But more could come into focus tonight. Ethan Page, who we spoke to this week, takes on Bandido in one semifinal of the AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament. One of them will move on to the final on Saturday, to face an opponent whose identity is still TBD.
There’s also a tag team match that will foreshadow a four-way dance for a title at Full Gear. It’s BCC vs. JAS, as Claudio Castagnoli and Bryan Danielson take on Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara. Interim women’s champion Toni Storm will be in action too, taking on Anna Jay.
Maybe promos are more your thing than matches. Weird, but they’re part of wrestling too, so who are we to judge? You’ll be getting some good ones on Dynamite, certainly, as we’ve been told we’ll hear from MJF, Jon Moxley and Samoa Joe. Also Britt Baker and Saraya, unless they’re just going to throw hands on sight. Which would also be cool.
TL;DR, this should be a fun two hours of pro wrestling. Definitely make plans to watch live on TBS, or bookmark this page and just absorb it all in written form via our as live as we can make them AEW Dynamite results.
Get WWE Raw results for the November 14, 2022 episode from Louisville, featuring The Miz apologizing for his Dexter Lumis scheme. Maybe.
Once more, with feeling. That’s something our band director used to say and we think it applies to Seth Rollins vs. Finn Balor this week on WWE Raw.
You may recall that Rollins, who has been showing some increasingly face tendencies as of late, was trying to put out an open challenge for his United States Championship. Balor attempted to accept that challenge, but barely even got talking before The O.C. came out to pick their latest bone with The Judgment Day.
Rollins ended up slinking away, Bobby Lashley looked like he was going to accept the challenge but just beat up Rollins instead, and Austin Theory threw away his Money in the Bank contract by unsuccessfully trying to cash it in on Seth. It was a whole thing.
So maybe the two of them can just have a nice, straightforward wrestling match in Louisville. And maybe it’s even for the title, though WWE has sent conflicting messages about that. We’ll have to wait and see.
The other big deal for this episode of Raw is that The Miz is supposedly going to apologize for the whole Dexter Lumis saga. Please note that the word “supposedly” is doing a lot of work in that sentence, and that we trust The Miz about as far as we can throw him. Which is not at all. We’re wrestling writers, not wrestlers.
There’s bound to be plenty more since there are three hours of Raw to fill, but those are the high points. You know the drill by now: Definitely tune in and watch live on USA if you’re able. But just know that if you’re not, we’ll be here doing the furiously banging away on the keyboard thing to update this page with the latest WWE Raw results as they go down in Louisville.
Get quick AEW Rampage results for the November 11, 2022 episode, featuring Orange Cassidy vs. Lee Johnson for the All-Atlantic Championship.
Who would have imagined that Orange Cassidy would be the hardest working champion in AEW? It doesn’t really fit his personality at all, but Freshly Squeezed is back at it again on AEW Rampage, defending his All-Atlantic Championship after several tough defenses just last week.
This time out, it’ll be Lee Johnson getting a shot at the gold. And speaking of gold, the AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament was supposed to have all three of its remaining first round matches on tonight’s show. However, Ricky Starks isn’t cleared to compete, kicking his match with Lance Archer into next week.
We’ll still see two other tourney matches as Brian Cage takes on Dante Martin and Rush collides with Bandido. The winners of those matches will join Ethan Page in the semifinals after his victory on Dynamite.
Let’s check out what’s going down as we wrap up the week in AEW on TV.
AEW Rampage results in 30 seconds:
- “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry wants to challenge Luchasaurus to a Steel Cage match face to face, but it doesn’t go so well when he ends up getting slammed onto a steel chair
- Pac lectures the rest of Death Triangle again for not cheating like he does, saying they need to defend their trios titles by any means necessary
- Brian Cage def. Dante Martin by pinfall in an AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament match
- Lee Moriarty says he wants any champion in AEW … but even Stokely Hathaway loses some of his bravado when Hook shows up
- Another promo video airs for the House of Black
- Bandido def. Rush by pinfall in an AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament match after John Silver helped counteract interference from Jose The Assistant
- Jake Hager made a challenge of some sort to Claudio Castagnoli
- Nyla Rose def. Kayla Sparks by pinfall, but gets dropped by a pump kick from an angry Jade Cargill
- Orange Cassidy def. Lee Johnson by pinfall to retain the AEW All-Atlantic Championship
Get full WWE SmackDown results for the November 11, 2022 episode from Indianapolis, with The New Day challenging The Usos.
It’s not often you get to control your own destiny when it comes to preventing one of your records from being broken, but that’s what The New Day is facing this week on WWE SmackDown.
It’s a point of pride and of legacy for The New Day to be the longest reigning WWE tag team champions of any kind. The iconic group held the titles for 483 days during one of their many reigns, a mark that has yet to be surpassed.
Except The Usos are nearly there. Jimmy and Jey aren’t just the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions by virtue of holding the Raw and SmackDown titles, they’ve been in possession of the latter for more than 480 days. They will break the record unless Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston can come up big in Indianapolis.
The two teams cut an excellent promo for this match on Raw, and this should be an excellent match considering how high the stakes are.
That’s not all SmackDown has going for it on this particular Friday night. Ronda Rousey needs a new challenger for her SmackDown Women’s Championship, so WWE is going to find her one in the most chaotic fashion possible: a Six-Pack Challenge.
And the World Cup begins in Indy as well. No, not the world’s most popular sporting event, but the WWE equivalent of that famous tournament. This eight-man bracket kicks off on SmackDown with Santos Escobar and Shinsuke Nakamura facing each other, and the eventual winner will get a shot at Gunther and his Intercontinental Championship.
So get ready, Gainbridge Fieldhouse, because SmackDown is packing a lot into these two hours. If you aren’t able to tune in live on FOX, please bookmark this page and check back later for the most up to date WWE SmackDown results as they happen.
Get full AEW Dynamite results from the November 9, 2022 show in Boston, featuring Bryan Danielson vs. Sammy Guevara, best 2-out-of-3 falls.
This would be the perfect time for a pun about AEW shipping up to Boston for Dynamite, but we’re going to show some restraint and not do that. Instead, let’s focus on what we know is in store for the fans in attendance at Agganis Arena.
First and foremost, Bryan Danielson and Sammy Guevara are set to renew their ongoing rivalry, and by proxy, the beef between the Blackpool Combat Club and Jericho Appreciation Society. Except this time, it’s best two-out-of-three falls, and considering what these two men can do in the ring, it should be something to behold.
(It may also break the Dynamite record for most picture-in-picture breaks for a single match, but you take the bad with the good.)
Another big match will see the tag team champions, The Acclaimed (who we’ve heard everyone loves) team up with a duo who would like to eventually take that gold from them, FTR. They’ll be facing off against two more teams with designs on the titles, Swerve In Our Glory and The Gunns. So … yeah, not the easiest of nights for the scissoring crew, potentially.
And notable heel getting face reactions Jamie Hayter will do her thing, this week against Skye Blue. Hayter’s BFF, Dr. Britt Baker, will sit down for an interview that will also have Saraya as a guest. Fists could definitely fly. Plus we’ll hear from AEW World Champion Jon Moxley and his opponent at Full Gear, MJF.
So maybe we don’t need the Dropkick Murphys to get the crowd going, because this has the makings of a fun night. You know the drill; either tune in live and watch on TBS, or rely on us to get you the updated AEW Dynamite results fresh and tasty as they happen. We’re cool either way, promise.