It’s a new day, yes it is. Three-man WWE tag-team The New Day did not survive the opening match of Sunday’s “Survivor Series.”
Fellow threesome The Shield just dropped the opposing trio — some members from greater heights than others.
The “Monday Night Raw” representatives conquered the “SmackDown Live” one in pretty killer fashion — just ask Kofi Kingston’s back. And neck. And whomever will have to help him walk to and from the bathroom tonight.
Watch the recently reunited Shield — Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose — triple power-bomb the most athletic member of The New Day from off the middle rope:
— EL ÍDOLO (@1WingedVillain) November 20, 2017
Yeah, ouch. For those keeping score at home, that’s 1-0 in favor of “Raw.” The traditional “Survivor Series” five-on-five women’s elimination match is up next on the WWE Network pay-per-view.
Every WWE Champion Ever, Ranked by Number of Reigns (Photos)
From Buddy Rogers to Daniel Bryan, here are all the guys from the old WWWF and WWF days — and beyond
Pro-wrestling title belts change hands (or waists) like grapplers change trunks these days, though it wasn't always that way. With "Survivor Series" just around the corner featuring a card of Champion vs. Champion matches, TheWrap decided to grace the Internet with a little history lesson. Scroll through our gallery to see every WWE Champion ever, ranked by their numbers of title reigns.
Remember: this is a list of those who won the WWWF Championship, the WWF Championship or the WWE Championship. So don't come after us, Universal Champions, et al.
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