Sasha Banks feels honored to contribute her time to charitable efforts for Houston, and using the platform that WWE provides to spread a message of giving worldwide.
Samoa Joe gets into why charity is such an important part of the puzzle for everyone involved in the WWE, and gets into what Americares is doing with the kits they're putting together.
Finn Balor and other WWE superstars in town for four nights of shows hope they can provide direct help and a morale boost to the people of Houston.
Alicia Fox walks through what she and fellow WWE Superstars Sasha Banks, Finn Balor and Samoa Joe are doing with Americares just hours before performing at Sunday night's Survivor Series pay-per-view.
AJ Styles' competitive nature carries into everything he does, including boxing up food at the Houston Food Bank.
Mark Henry works the final stop of the assembly line as volunteers put together boxes of food at the Houston Food Bank.
Team Raw took home the Survivor Series victory in the messiest of ways, and though the ending was a little bit chaotic and a little hard to follow at moments, the bulk of the contest was very interesting. So many stories were visited and revisited, but most crucially, things are bound to come to a head between some combination of Triple H, Shane McMahon and Kurt Angle on the way to WrestleMania.
The atmosphere inside of the Toyota Center is absolutely electric right now — and it reached an entirely different level when Triple H's music hit.
Brock Lesnar vs. AJ Styles lived up to the hype and then exceeded it by any measure. After bumping around like crazy and getting suplexed all over the place for minutes on end, Styles got in more offense against Lesnar than anyone outside of Goldberg has in a long, long time. He hit all of his big spots and had Lesnar on the ropes multiple times, even hitting a Phenomenal Forearm, but his second attempt got him caught in an F5. You could not look better in a loss than AJ Styles did in that match.
The crowd and the match between Charlotte Flair and Alexa Bliss was a little choppy and inconsistent, but there were enough good moments spread throughout (and especially at the end) to garner a few well-earned dueling chants. Flair picked up the victory, which was unsurprising considering her very recent title win, but Bliss afforded herself pretty well.
It didn't quite reach the levels of the best of The Usos vs. New Day or The Bar vs. Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose, but for a cold match with no build, the battle between Raw and SmackDown's respective tag team champions was off the charts. Both The Usos and The Bar continue to step up in a big, big way whenever given the opportunity.
On paper, Miz vs. Baron Corbin was a match made for talking more than the in-ring action, but credit to both guys. Between Miz playing the numbers game and flashing some impressive offense, and Corbin keeping it at his pace with intense physicality, everything flowed nicely up to and including Corbin's End of Days to pick up the victory.
Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn closed out the Survivor Series Kickoff show with an entertaining victory over Breezango, who were competing in just their second televised match in over four months.
I cannot oversell how big a pop Asuka got after she eliminated Natalya and won the match for Team Raw. This was a much needed display of dominance for anyone unfamiliar with her from NXT, and should serve her well going forward.
He might've gone head-first into a birthday cake on Tuesday, but Enzo Amore likely put a bow on his rivalry with Kalisto Sunday night during the Survivor Series kickoff show with a definitive pinfall victory. Amore dominated the early stages of the match, and then pulled it all out at the end with some chicanery and the turnbuckle, finishing it all off with the Jawdunzo.
In the first of three kickoff show matches, Elias picked up the victory over Matt Hardy after hitting "Drift Away" in a fairly straightforward, no-nonsense match.
Finn Balor discusses the power of the NXT championship, and how another potential star was made Saturday night at TakeOver: War Games.
Samoa Joe reflects on his NXT championship run, and what it's been like to see guys like Shinsuke Nakamura and Bobby Roode - two of his opponents tonight at Survivor Series -follow him to the main roster after their own title reigns in NXT.
Before tonight's 5-on-5 Survivor Series match, we caught up with Finn Balor to get his thoughts on stepping into the ring with a number of WWE's living legends for the first time.
A lot to ponder after this TakeOver, but for now, we are moments away from War Games. The cage has lowered. It's happening.
Wow. Your winner and new NXT champion, Andrade "Cien" Almas. It's hard to do believable false finishes in this day and age, and they had two that had the crowd fully believing it was the end. A sick ending as Almas hit a hangman's trapped arm DDT off the top rope to put Drew McIntyre's title reign to an end. The crowd is still largely in shock.
Ember Moon is the brand new NXT women's champion after hitting a DOUBLE eclipse. There were a lot of crazy spots throughout the match, including multiple finishers executed on two opponents at the same time. It seemed at times as though any of the four women could have won the match, and after Asuka dominated for so long, it looks like the NXT women's division is brimming with depth
Aleister Black picked up the pinfall victory over Velveteen Dream after a spectacular match that far exceeded expectation. It was a coming out party for Dream, who stuck with Black throughout, but more so than any particular move, both men worked the crowd in moment after moment that was built up to over the last six weeks on TV. Dream final got what he wanted when, after the match, Black finally said his name. "Enjoy infamy, Velveteen Dream."
In his first ever TakeOver match, Lars Sullivan absorbed about two dozen strikes from Kassius Ohno - maybe more - it eventually countered a roaring elbow to pick up a victory in said debut. TakeOver: War Games is officially underway.
Roderick Strong is excited to step into the spotlight for the first War Games match in over 17 years.