WWE Week At A Glance – November 5th-11th, 2016

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Listen, we get it. There’s a lot of WWE programming on TV right now, and it’s getting hard for the average wrestling fan to watch it all. So, we’re here to help, with our new feature, WWE Week At A Glance, where we try and summarize all the match results, plot developments, and important stories from the last week in WWE television. That means everything from Raw, Smackdown, NXT, Pay Per Views, Network Specials, and even (when it debuts) 205 Live, all in one convenient place, so you can catch up on everything you might have missed! Not Total Bellas, though, because you can’t pay us enough to watch that. At any rate, let’s get to the action for this week!


Match Results

– Sin Cara and Rich Swann d. The Brian Kendrick and Noam Dar
– Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson d. The New Day
– The Shining Stars d. The Golden Truth
– Bayley, Sasha Banks, and Alicia Fox d. Charlotte, Dana Brooke, and Nia Jax
– Sami Zayn d. Rusev to win the right to face Dolph Ziggler for the Intercontinental Title at Survivor Series
– Kevin Owens d. Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Braun Strowman, and Chris Jericho in a Fatal 5-Way Match

Important Plot Developments

– Seth Rollins was named the fifth member of Raw’s men’s team for Survivor Series
– Enzo and Cass, Golden Truth, Sheamus and Cesaro, and The Club were added to Raw’s tag team for Survivor Series, but R-Truth traded his team’s spot to the Shining Stars in exchange for a bogus timeshare
– Alicia Fox and Sasha Banks were added to Raw’s women’s team for Survivor Series

Smackdown Live

Match Results

– Breezango d. The Vaudevillains to earn a spot on Smackdown’s team for the 10-team Survivor Series Match
– Naomi d. Natalya
– Baron Corbin vs Kalisto ended in a No Contest
– Becky Lynch d. Alexa Bliss to retain the Smackdown Women’s Title
– Curt Hawkins d. Apollo Crews
– Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper, and Randy Orton d. Dean Ambrose, James Ellsworth, and Kane

Important Plot Developments

– Baron Corbin injured himself while attacking Kalisto before their match, and was removed from Smackdown’s men’s Survivor Series team. He was replaced by Shane McMahon
– The Miz was granted his rematch for the Intercontinental Title, which will take place on next week’s 900th episode of Smackdown
– The Undertaker and Edge will appear on next week’s show
– Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan will be on Raw next week for a “State of WWE” address
– Kalisto vs The Brian Kendrick for the Cruiserweight Title was announced for Survivor Series. If Kalisto wins, the Cruiserweight Division moves to Smackdown


Match Results

– The Authors of Pain d. #DIY to advance to the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Finals
– TM-61 d. SAnitY to advance to the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Finals
– Ember Moon d. Rachael Evers

Important Plot Developments

– The Revival attacked #DIY during their match, and afterwards, William Regal announced that The Revival will face #DIY at TakeOver: Toronto in a 2/3 Falls Match for the NXT Tag Team Titles
– Samoa Joe and Shinsuke Nakamura signed the contract for their match at TakeOver

Outside The Ring

– WWE was touring through Europe, including Raw and Smackdown taking place in Glasgow, Scotland.
– Chris Jericho and Sin Cara were involved in a fight behind the scenes, with most of the blame falling on Sin Cara, who was ordered to attend anger management classes and moved to the Smackdown brand for at least the rest of the tour, if not permanently.

Coming Up Next

Raw will have a “State of the WWE” address featuring the Commissioners and GMs from both Raw and Smackdown, plus Goldberg and Brock Lesnar will be in the building together for the first time since 2004! Over on Smackdown, it’s the 900th episode of the show, and will feature appearances by The Undertaker and Edge, as well as an Intercontinental Title match between Dolph Ziggler and The Miz, with the winner facing Sami Zayn at Survivor Series! Meanwhile, on NXT, the final show before TakeOver will feature Cedric Alexander trying to get revenge on Andrade “Cien” Almas for turning on him after they lost their first round match in the Dusty Classic!

Stephen Randle

Stephen Randle

Stephen Randle is an avid wrestling and film fan. He's been writing about WWE, movies, and video games for Goliath since 2015.