WWE Friday Night SmackDown Results (10/25/19): Team Hogan vs. Team Flair

WWE Friday Night SmackDown
October 25, 2019
Sprint Center
Kansas City, Missouri

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Transcription by Josh Lopez

WWE Crown Jewel 2019 Match Card 

1.) The New Day vs. The Revival vs. The Viking Raiders vs. Heavy Machinery vs. The Lucha House Party vs. The OC vs. Zack Ryder &Curt Hawkins vs. Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler vs. The B-Team in a Tag Team Turmoil Match To Determine The Best Tag Team In The World

2.) Cesaro vs. Mansoor

3.) Team Hogan (Roman Reigns, Rusev, Ricochet, Mustafa Ali, and Chad Gable) vs. Team Flair (Randy Orton, King Corbin, Bobby Lashley, Shinsuke Nakamura, and Drew McIntyre) in a 10-Man Tag Team Match

4.) Braun Strowman vs. Tyson Fury

5.) Brock Lesnar (c) w/Paul Heyman vs. Cain Velasquez For The WWE Championship

6.) Seth Rollins (c) vs. β€œThe Fiend” Bray Wyatt in a Falls Count Anywhere Match For The WWE Universal Championship

7.) 20-Man Battle Royal

8.) AJ Styles (c) vs. The Winner Of The Crown Jewel Battle Royal For The WWE United States Championship

Miz TV With Special Guests: Team Hogan and Team Flair 

Welcome to the most must see WWE talk show in history, Miz TV! This may be the most prestigious episode of Miz TV. Miz introduces the participants representing Team Hogan and Team Flair at WWE Crown Jewel. Well let me you something, brother. Hogan has the best HulkaManiac team ever. Whatcha gonna do when Team Hogan destroys you?Ric Flair says that there ‘s no love lost between them, but now you have The Big Dog. How will you two exist with your egos? Flair is tired of seeing Roman Reigns all the time. Flair is a leader of men. He led The Four Horsemen. Team Hogan is going down to Team Flair. WOOO!

Flair better check the history books because he’s never defeated Hulk Hogan. Team Flair will not win at WWE Crown Jewel. You can’t beat Team Hogan when he has people like Shorty G, Ali, Ricochet, Rusev, and Roman Reigns. Sami Zayn says that Shorty G could stand on Ali’s shoulders and still be half the man Shinsuke Nakamura is. That’s funny keep laughing. Gable has embraced who he is and that says something. Gable is proud of it and he’s proud to be on Team Hogan. He’ll silence the doubters at Crown Jewel. Ali says that Shorty doesn’t have to listen to Sami Zayn because he’s just a mouthpiece. Which is really ironic considering how bad his breath stinks.

King Corbin wants to know who Ali is and why he’s talking. You’re in the presence of a king. Corbin said that Crown Jewel was named in his honor. He will lead his team to victory. Meanwhile, Roman will continue to let people down. He’s a former champion, but this is Corbin’s Kingdom now. These people bow to him. Roman will bow to him. They don’t need a hero, they need a ruler and he will rule with an iron fist. Roman tells Corbin to shut up. Corbin isn’t a real king. That’s crown, cape and scepter. It’s entertaining when Corbin looks stupid. They don’t like when Corbin says stupid stuff. The only way to stop that is to punch him in the mouth.

Gable is ready to fight. Let’s have a preview of Crown Jewel tonight? Zayn tells Hogan to take it easy, brother. We appreciate the offer and they will take it under advisement. Nobody needs to do anything right now. How about we have a 6-Man Tag Team Match in the main event tonight? Hogan calls Nakamura a Young Boy. Zayn accepts the match, but Hogan didn’t read the fine print. Zayn tweaked his neck on the flight over here, so he’s on the Do Not Touch list. There’s somebody in the back he has a close personal relationship with and he will allow that person to take his spot in the match. It’s Cesaro. That leads us to a massive pier six brawl to close the segment.

First Match: The New Day vs. Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler 

– I would like to send my well wishes to Xavier Woods who recently suffered an Achilles Injury.

Kofi and Ziggler will start things off. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Ziggler applies a side headlock. Ziggler drops Kofi with a shoulder tackle. Ziggler mocks Big E. Kofi drops down on the canvas. Kofi with two leapfrogs. Kofi with a spinning elbow strike. Ziggler side steps Kofi into the turnbuckles. Kofi nails Ziggler with The Pendulum Kick. Roode trips Kofi from the ring apron. Ziggler SuperKicks Kofi off the top turnbuckle. Roode and Ziggler are cutting the ring in half during the commercial break. Kofi with a Desperation Dropkick. Kofi tags in Big E. Big E with Two OverHead Belly to Belly Suplex’s. Big E follows that with a Side Belly to Belly Suplex. Big E shakes his hips.

Big E clotheslines Roode over the top rope. Big E negates The Zig Zag. Big E clotheslines Ziggler. Big E tags in Kofi. Big E launches Kofi into Ziggler on the outside. Roode hits The SpineBuster. Kofi responds with a SpringBoard Double Axe Handle Strike. Ziggler with a hand full of tights to pickup the victory. After the match, Roode and Ziggler and The Revival are double teaming New Day. Heavy Machinery storms into the ring to make the save. Heavy Machinery with Stereo Body Avalanches. Big E launches Dash Wilder over the top rope. The B-Team and Lucha House Party watching the chaos from the backstage area.

Winner: Robert Roode & Dolph Ziggler via Pinfall 

– Braun Strowman/Tyson Fury Video Package.

Second Match: Lacey Evans vs. Camron Connors 

Lacey Evans says that she has too much respect for herself as a woman and athlete to entertain the idea of competing in the ring with the likes of this nasty thing. I know what you’re thinking. Connors is scared to death. How bad will Lacey Evans beat me up? Connors has nothing to worry about. Evans is going to leave this ring and keep walking. After all these cloud hoppers don’t deserve to watch her in action. Referee, start this match. Evans struts around the ringside area. Evans gets back in the ring at the count of nine. Evans connects with The Woman’s Right to pickup the victory.

Winner: Lacey Evans via Pinfall 

The Firefly Fun House Returns 

Third Match: Drew Gulak vs. Kalisto w/The Lucha House Party 

Before we begin, allow me to reintroduce myself. My name is Drew Gulak and i’m a former WWE NXT Cruiserweight Champion. Kalisto if you’d indulge me for a moment, I would like to take this opportunity to finish my original Powerpoint Presentation. Last week we saw ways in which Braun Strowman can lose his match against Tyson Fury. As you can see, Tyson Fury is using his power to knockout The Monster Among Men. How about Slide #2? Kalisto dropkicks Gulak. Kalisto repeatedly kicks the left hamstring of Gulak. Kalisto with a straight right hand. Gulak reverses out of the irish whip from Kalisto. Kalisto kicks Gulak in the chest.

Kalisto with a Tilt-A-Whirl HeadScissors TakeOver. Kalisto continues to bring the fight to Gulak. Gulak hits The Alabama Slam. Gulak gets Kalisto in position for The Cyclone Crash. Braun Strowman walks down to the ring. Kalisto plants Gulak with The Salida Del Sol to pickup the victory. After the match, Strowman delivers Two Running PowerSlams for good measure. You see this? This is what happens when you disrespect Strowman. At least Gulak deserves to be in this ring unlike Tyson Fury. At WWE Crown Jewel, Strowman is going to send Fury’s ass back to where he belongs when he gets these hands.

Winner: Kalisto via Pinfall 

Daniel Bryan, Sami Zayn, and Shinsuke Nakamura In-Ring Segment 

Bryan is getting interviewed by Michael Cole. It’s been a tumultuous couple months for Daniel Bryan. Bryan was accused of many indecent and heinous acts. Erick Rowan turn his back on Bryan and was drafted to Monday Night Raw. Speaking of the draft, it’s been a fresh start for just about everyone, including Daniel Bryan. Last week on SmackDown, Bryan defeated Shinsuke Nakamura. The area erupted in YES! Chants. However, Bryan was reluctant to participate in the chant. Is the YES! Movement back? Sami Zayn and Shinsuke Nakamura joins the conversation.

Please, the first thing I would like to say before we go any further, Nakamura holds no ill feelings to the fact that Daniel Bryan pinned him last week. Before you answer Michael Cole’s ridiculous question, we see a clip of Bryan putting an end to the YES! Movement last November on SmackDown. The crowd booed Bryan because they didn’t like the New Daniel Bryan. Zayn has known Bryan for a very long time. The New Daniel Bryan is the real Daniel Bryan. Every word Bryan said was the truth. He’s a good and honorable man while these people are not good and they have no honor. Bryan really cares about the planet and the environment.

These people don’t care about anybody but themselves. That’s the truth. The truth is that Bryan is too good for these people. He has nothing in common with these people. Bryan does have a lot in common with Sami Zayn and Shinsuke Nakamura. Zayn’s a vegan. He’s disgusted by factory farming. Nakamura cares about the oceans. What links the three of them together is that they are three true in-ring artists. When it comes to the ring, Bryan may be the greatest artist to ever do this. It seems that right now, Bryan’s career is at a crossroads.

There are two directions Bryan can go. He can go backwards and revive The Yes Movement so these nitwits can chant YES! He can go back in time, or he can move forward and join them. Zayn promises Bryan that they can take him to new heights that were not imagined. They could make the world a better place. They can offer Bryan more than these people ever could. Does Bryan want to move backwards with them or does he want to move forward with us? Bryan heads to the backstage area.

Fourth Match: Mandy Rose w/Sonya Deville vs. Nikki Cross 

Bayley and Sasha Banks joined the commentary team for this match. Rose with a running forearm smash. Rose repeatedly stomps on Cross chest. Rose throws Cross around the ring. Cross with a Tilt-A-Whirl HeadScissors TakeOver. Rose responds with a big haymaker for a two count. Rose applies a straight jacket hold. Cross with shots to the midsection of Rose. Rose with a Delayed Fallaway Slam for a two count. Rose dumps Cross out of the ring. Rose argues with the referee. Sonya Deville drops Cross with a straight right hand. Rose rolls Cross back into the ring. Rose hooks the leg for a two count.

Rose with a Biel Throw. Rose kicks Cross in the gut. Cross decks Rose with a back elbow smash. Cross with two forearm smashes. Cross is building momentum. Cross levels Rose with a Body Avalanche. Cross follows that with a Running Bulldog. Cross with a Flying Crossbody Block for a two count. Deville avoids The Wrecking Ball Dropkick. Standing Switch Exchange. Cross with an O’Connor Roll for a two count. Cross knocks Deville off the ring apron. Cross avoids The Pump Knee Strike. Cross rolls Rose over for a two count. Cross plants Rose with The Swinging Fisherman’s NeckBreaker to pickup the victory.

Winner: Mandy Rose via Pinfall 

Rey Mysterio, Cain Velasquez, Brock Lesnar, Paul Heyman and Dominic Segments 

Fifth Match: Team Flair (King Corbin, Shinsuke Nakamura, and Cesaro) w/Ric Flair and Sami Zayn vs. Team Hogan (Roman Reigns, Chad Gable, and Mustafa Ali) w/Hulk Hogan and Jimmy Hart in a 6-Man Tag Team Match 

Team Flair attacks Team Hogan before the bell rings. Cesaro uppercuts Gable. Corbin rolls Reigns back into the ring. Corbin transitions into a Corner Mount. Reigns dumps Corbin face first on the top turnbuckle. Reigns gives Corbin a taste of his own medicine. Corbin shoves Reigns. Reigns with The Big Boot. Reigns hits The Samoan Drop for a two count. Corbin tags in Nakamura. Reigns uppercuts Nakamura. Reigns delivers The Drive By. Reigns punches Nakamura. Reigns slams Nakamura’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. Reigns tags in Gable. Gable with an arm-ringer. Gable applies a wrist lock. Nakamura reverses the hold. Chain Grappling Exchange.

Gable applies a side headlock. Gable tags in Ali. Gable drop toe holds Nakamura into a low dropkick from Ali for a one count. Ali applies an arm-bar. Ali drives his knee into the midsection of Nakamura. Nakamura drops Ali with a Step Through Heel Kick. Nakamura tags in Cesaro. Cesaro stomps on the left hand of Ali. Cesaro uppercuts Ali. Ali dives over Cesaro. Ali ducks a clothesline from Cesaro. Ali with a HeadScissors TakeOver. Ali goes for a single takedown, but Cesaro counters with a GutWrench Suplex. Cesaro is mauling Ali in the corner. Ali side steps Cesaro into the turnbuckles. Ali with a High Head Kick. Ali hits The Roll Through X-Factor for a two count.

Sami Zayn is running interference. Cesaro dumps Ali over the top rope. Cesaro tags in Corbin. Corbin with an Inside Out Lariat on the floor. Team Flair are cutting the ring in half during the commercial break. Corbin tags in Nakamura. Nakamura with a Mid-Kick. Nakamura delivers Bad Vibrations. Cesaro attacks Ali behind the referee’s back. Following a snap mare takeover, Nakamura with a double knee drop for a two count. Nakamura applies a rear chin lock. Nakamura knocks Gable off the ring apron. Nakamura tags in Cesaro. Ali kicks Cesaro in the face. Ali decks Cesaro with a back elbow smash. Ali creates distance with a Desperation DDT. Corbin pulls Reigns off the ring apron. Corbin drives Reigns into the ringside barricade. Cesaro tags in Corbin. Ali with a Step Up Enzuigiri. Ali tags in Gable.

Gable with a Flying Crossbody Block. Gable delivers his combination offense. Gable thrust kicks the midsection of Corbin. Gable with an Exploder Suplex to Nakamura. Gable with a Rolling Capo Kick. Gable follows that with a Running SomerSault NeckBreaker. Gable lands The MoonSault for a two count. Gable with a Massive Belly to Belly Suplex. Gable applies The Ankle Lock. Nakamura drops Gable with a Running Knee Strike. Corbin launches Gable to the corner. Corbin puts Gable on the top turnbuckle. Corbin with a forearm smash. Corbin tags in Nakamura. Gable with Three HeadButts. Gable delivers a Double Missile Dropkick. Reigns and Cesaro are tagged in. Reigns with two clotheslines. Cesaro applies a waist lock. Reigns rolls Cesaro over for a one count. Reigns with a SitOut PowerBomb for a two count. Reigns plays to the crowd.

Reigns goes for The SuperMan Punch, but Cesaro counters with The SpineBuster. Cesaro Swing! Cesaro locks in The Sharpshooter. Ali SuperKicks Cesaro. Ali ducks a clothesline from Corbin. Corbin hits Deep Six. Gable dropkicks Corbin over the top rope. Nakamura responds with The Reverse Exploder Suplex. Reigns drops Nakamura with The SuperMan Punch. Cesaro negates The Spear. Cesaro uppercuts Nakamura in mid-air for a two count. Reigns goes for a Back Body Drop, but Cesaro lands back on his feet. Cesaro goes for a SpringBoard European Uppercut, but Reigns counters with The SuperMan Punch. Reigns Spears Cesaro. Reigns tags in Ali. Reigns knocks Corbin off the ring apron. Ali lands The 450 Splash to pickup the victory.

Winner: Team Hogan (Roman Reigns, Chad Gable and Mustafa Ali) via Pinfall 

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Author: Josh Lopez