Survivor Series 2019 for the first saw the combination of RAW, SmackDown and NXT superstars do battle in the squared circle
The build-up to the event in the past weeks had seen the invasion of WWE next rated stars invade Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown events.
And the collection of the young wrestlers led by Triple H won key events on the night as the NXT had four wins ahead of SmackDown and Raw, who recorded fewer victories.
In the women's main event, NXT champion Shayna Baszler defeated SmackDown queen Bayley and RAW women's champion Becky Lynch.
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United States champion AJ Styles and Intercontinental champion Shinsuke Nakamura lost their triple threat bout to NXT's north American champion Roderick Strong.
RAW recorded their first win on the night when tag team champions The Viking Raiders defeated SmackDown tag team champions The New Day and NXT tag team champions The Undisputed ERA.
SmackDown also stood tall as Roman Reigns was the last man standing in the men's survivor series elimination match.
NXT claimed supremacy in the women's survivor series elimination match, defeating team RAW and SmackDown respectively.
Brock Lesnar retained his Universal championship after beating Rey Mysterio in a No Holds Barred match, while Bray Wyatt pinned Daniel Bryan to remain WWE champion.
Other results are as follows
Lio Rush defeated Akira Tozawa and Kalisto in the triple threat NXT cruiserweight championship
Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode won the Cross Brand tag team Battle Royal
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