Survivor Series: WarGames kicked off, rather appropriately, with a WarGames match pitting Charlotte Flair, Bianca Belair, Becky Lynch and Shotzi vs. Damage CTRL (Bayley, Asuka, Kairi Sane and Iyo Sky).
It was a hard-hitting bout with some memorable high spots, but it was Bayley who cost the team her win when she was taken out by Belair's KOD and a Uranage through a table from Lynch.
Gunther defended his Intercontinental Championship against The Miz which saw the wiley veteran try his best to overcome the dominant Austrian, only to be tapped out to a half Boston Crab. The heel Santos Escobar, meanwhile, beat Dragon Lee (who replaced Carlito) in what proved to be a thrill-a-minute match.
Rhea Ripley had to put the Women's World Championship on the line against Zoey Stark, and it was an impressive showing from the relative newcomer. It was Ripley who came out looking strong, though, as she countered the Z360 and delivered Riptide for the 1-2-3.
The main event was the Men's WarGames match, with Seth Rollins, Cody Rhodes, Jey Uso, Sami Zayn and Randy Orton teaming up to battle Judgement Day (Damian Priest, Finn Bálor, Dominik Mysterio, JD McDonagh) and Drew McIntyre.
Orton made his return relatively late into the match, but the former WWE Champion proved to be worth the wait. The Viper looked to be in incredible shape and despite a brief confrontation with Jey, the babyfaces delivered their finishing moves to the heels before Rhodes put Priest down with the Cross Rhodes.
Of course, the biggest moment on the show came just as it was about to go off the air thanks to the return of CM Punk! You can read more about that here.
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