WWE SmackDown Results 11/24 - Undisputed Tag Team Title Match, We Hear From Carlito

Welcome to Wrestling Inc.'s results for "WWE SmackDown" on November 24, 2023, coming to you live from the Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois!

The go home show for WWE Survivor Series tomorrow night will see Finn Balor and Damian Priest defend their Undisputed Tag Team Championship against The Street Profits. Balor and Priest will be joining Drew McIntyre and their Judgment Day teammates Dominik Mysterio and JD McDonagh in the Men's WarGames match, in which they will be squaring off against Cody Rhodes, Sami Zayn, Jey Uso, Seth "Freakin" Rollins, and Randy Orton.

Before he squares off with Santos Escobar tomorrow night, Carlito has something on his mind to share. Carlito has been seeking retribution on Escobar ever since Escobar took Rey Mysterio out of action with an attack on the November 10 episode of SmackDown", effectively turning his back on him and the rest of LWO.

"The Grayson Waller Effect" will be returning tonight, as Grayson Waller welcomes Kevin Owens onto the show. The two men, along with Waller's ally Austin Theory, have had a number of issues with one another over the past few weeks dating back to a confrontation that occured between all three men when Owens joined the commentary desk a couple weeks ago.

While there are no other segments that have been announced for tonight's show, it seems likely that the competitors of the Men's and Women's WarGames matches will come face-to-face in some capacity. Bianca Belair, Charlotte Flair and Asuka all advertised to be in town per WWE's event page, as well as Bobby Lashley, LA Knight, and Jimmy Uso.

We are live! The show kicks off with a video recapping what happened between Damage CTRL and Bianca Belair, Charlotte Flair, Shotzi, and Becky Lynch last week.

Michael Cole, Corey Graves, and Kevin Patrick then greet audiences at home as Lynch, Belair, Flair, and Shotzi make their way down to the ring.

We Hear From Bianca Belair, Charlotte Flair, Shotzi and Becky Lynch

Lynch says it's been a while, but she's happy to be in the ring to say that she's come around to "SmackDown". She addresses questions about why she agreed to team with who she is, explaining that the answer will always be a yes when it comes to beating down Damage CTRL. Belair says they have four members on a solid team, and says Damage CTRL has been going low for quite some time now but they're going to war. Shotzi expresses her excitement for competing in WarGames and says Damage CTRL humiliated her by cutting her hair. She says Damage CTRL thought they would break her, but all they did was make her stronger and unbreakable. Flair echoes Shotzi's sentiment, then says WarGames is both the start of a new beginning for her and her teammates and the end of Damage CTRL.

Bayley's music hits and she makes her way down to the ring. She says she never thought she'd see the day where Flair and Lynch joined forces, and says she's known the two of them for over ten years. She says Flair always had something to say about Lynch during their car rides, and Lynch did the same thing. She says being a mom has made Lynch soft, and says she seems to be okay with being picked as a last resort. She says WarGames is a brutal match, and cohesion is necessary to emerge victorious. She says Damage CTRL does that while her opponents don't, and Flair points out the absence of Bayley's teammates at ringside.

Lynch says she came to Chicago looking for a fight, then challenges any two members of Damage CTRL to face her and Flair in order to prove they can work as a team. Bayley says that's what she wanted, and accepts the challenge. 

Judgment Day then makes their way down to the ring. The Street Profits follow as Bobby Lashley and B-Fab watch the action from backstage.

Judgment Day (w/ Rhea Ripley) (c) vs. The Street Profits for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship

In the opening moments of the bout, Ford lands a right hand on Balor that sends him crashing on the outside, then goes flying over the top rope to level him. Priest sends Ford crashing over the announce desk and gloats.

Back from the break, Ford fires off strikes on Priest. Priest fires back with a kick and looks for a splash in the corner, but Ford ducks out of the way. Balor and Dawkins tag in, and Dawkins levels Balor with a pair of clotheslines. He follows it up with a splash in the corner and an enzuigiri, then levels an interfering Priest with a twisting neckbreaker. He gets Balor in an Electric Chair position and tags in Ford. Ford ascends to the top, and The Profits deliver a Blockbuster. Priest tags in and connects with a leg drop. Ford becomes legal and ascends to the top, but Balor trips him from the apron as Ripley distracts the referee. Balor tags back in and Priest delivers a slam before Balor hits a Coup De Grace for the win.

Winners (and still): Judgment Day

We then see an angered Lashley storming away from the television screen backstage.

Back from the break, Grayson Waller is waiting in the ring on the set of "The Grayson Waller Effect".

Grayson Waller Hosts Kevin Owens on The Grayson Waller Effect

Waller welcomes fans to "The Grayson Waller Effect" and introduces Kevin Owens. Owens' music hits, but Austin Theory appears instead dressed in Owens' gear and mocking him as he makes his way down to the ring.

Before the two can continue any further, the real Owens appears and questions what Theory and Waller are doing. Waller asks Owens what he's doing here, and Owens says that he was supposed to be the guest on "The Grayson Waller Effect". Waller says Owens is supposed to be suspended, and Owens says his suspension was lifted today. He says he thought Waller knew that and invited him onto the show as an olive branch, and Waller says he and Theory were going to mock him. Owens asks Theory where he got his shorts from, as he's been missing a pair that are quite similar. He then challenges them to a match, and Waller points out that he has no backup. He brings up LA Knight, and Owens tells Waller he knows what happens when he brings up someone's name. Knight's music then hits and he makes his way down to the ring.

Knight says Owens tried warning Waller and Theory, but they couldn't help themselves. He says he thought he would let Owens handle the two of them, but then they brought up his name. He says Waller losing to him is a fact of life, and Waller objects to his claims. He then tells Theory they should punch them both at the same time, but take too long actually doing it. Owens and Knight strike first and send Waller and Theory crashing out of the ring. They then destroy the set of "The Grayson Waller Effect".

Grayson Waller and Austin Theory vs. Kevin Owens and LA Knight

Back from the break, the bell has rung and Owens lands three chops on Waller. He delivers an open palm strike and tags in Knight. Knight fires off a pair of right hands and shoulders to Waller's midsection, but Waller sends him crashing to the outside and walks into a clothesline from Knight. Knight then sends Waller and Theory's heads repeatedly bouncing off the announce desk, and delivers an elbow strike to Waller on the apron. Theory pulls him off the apron as he tries to get back inside the ring, but Knight levels him. This opens the door for Waller to slide out of the ring and blindside him.

Back from another break, Owens tags in and knocks Theory off the apron. He fires off stomps on Waller, then delivers a clothesline on the outside and catches Theory with one. He lands a superkick on Waller, then gets him back inside the ring and hits a cannonball on Theory from the apron on the outside. He slides back inside and delivers a Swanton Bomb. Theory tags in and delivers a dropkick to Owens, then double teams with Waller on him as the referee is distracted with Knight.

Waller becomes legal and ascends to the top as Theory delivers a backbreaker. Waller hits an elbow drop, but Owens connects with an open palm strike. Theory tags in and delivers a forearm. Waller hits one of his own, and Theory hits a rolling Blockbuster. Owens fires off a couple strikes, but Theory shoves him into the corner and tags in Waller. Theory connects with another backbreaker as Waller ascends to the middle rope, then looks for a Scissor Kick. Owens rolls out of the way and tags Knight in as Theory becomes legal on his side. Knight fires off strikes and lands an inverted Atomic Drop, then plants him with an inverted powerslam and fires off stomps on him in the corner. He hits Waller with a flapjack, then fires off stomps on him and Theory in the corner and follows it up with a running knee.

Knight delivers a powerslam to Theory, then delivers an elbow drop. Owens hits Waller with a Stunner before Knight lands BFT on Theory for the win.

Winners: Kevin Owens and LA Knight

Carlito then makes his way down to the ring.

Carlito and Santos Escobar Come Face-To-Face

Carlito says it's been a long time since he's been in Chicago, then says tomorrow will be his first match on a Premium Live Event in 13 years. He says all he can think about is Rey Mysterio, and getting his hands on Santos Escobar for injuring him, then says Escobar said terrible things about Rey and had a message for him. He tells him Survivor Series is for Rey Mysterio and he made a very big mistake.

Escobar's music hits and he makes his way down to the ring. He says Carlito isn't even representing LWO colors, and questions if Rey has always been his family. Escobar says Rey was his family, and his family would still be together if it wasn't for him. He says Carlito is to blame for what happened to Rey.

Carlito attacks Escobar, and the two begin brawling on the outside. Carlito sends Escobar crashing into the barricade twice and fires off right hands on him. Officials run down to the ring to break the pair up. Escobar reemerges on the barricade and delivers a knee to Carlito's shoulder off the barricade.

Back from the break, we see officials helping Carlito to the medical office. Escobar blindsides him and continues beating him down as he looks to target his arm, but Dragon Lee appears to take out Carlito and delivers a hurricanrana off a road case.

Back at ringside, Pretty Deadly heads down. The Brawling Brutes follow.

Pretty Deadly vs. The Brawling Brutes

Holland and Wilson begin the action. The bell rings and Holland wastes no time. He delivers a splash to Wilson in the corner, then delivers a Fallaway Slam. Prince tags in and charges at Holland with Wilson, but Holland levels them both with a clothesline. He then delivers The Ten Beats of the Bodhran to Wilson as Butch does the same to Prince. Prince fights Butch off and Holland goes after him, but Wilson catches him with a kick that sends him crashing to the outside. Prince then fires off strikes on Butch, but Butch fires back with an enzuigiri. He looks to tag Holland in, but Holland opts to leave the ringside area. This opens the door for Prince to hit an uppercut and Pretty Deadly to deliver an assisted gutbuster. Wilson pins him, but Butch kicks out.

Prince then tags back in and Butch delivers chops to Pretty Deadly. He hits Prince with a German suplex and kicks on him and Wilson in the corner, then delivers a roundhouse kick to Wilson and lands a big boot on Prince. He snaps his fingers, but Wilson makes the blind tag in. Butch hits Prince with Bitter End thinking he's legal and looks to pin him, but Wilson rolls him up for the win.

Winners: Pretty Deadly

Back from the break, Kayla Braxton asks Nick Aldis for an update on Carlito following Escobar's attack on him. Aldis says Carlito is unable to compete tomorrow at Survivor Series and the match must be postponed as a result. Dragon Lee walks in and steps up to take Carlito's spot in his match against Escobar, and Aldis makes it official.

Back at ringside, Damage CTRL heads down.Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Bianca Belair and Shotzi follow.

Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair (w/ Bianca Belair and Shotzi) vs. Damage CTRL (w/ Dakota Kai, IYO SKY, and Kairi Sane)

Lynch and Bayley begin the action. The bell rings and Lynch fires off a right hand on Bayley. She sends her crashing into three of the top turnbuckles face first, then delivers a Fallaway Slam and tags in Flair. Lynch hits Bayley with a dropkick through the middle rope, then takes down Asuka as she looks to check on Bayley. Flair then levels both women with a moonsault off the top rope. 

Back from the break, Bayley sends Lynch crashing into the corner and tags in Asuka. Asuka fires off a series of stomps and boots, then fires off a series of kicks to her head. Lynch fires back with several right hands, but Asuka lands a boot on her midsection. Lynch connects with a jawbreaker and an enzuigiri, then tags in Flair. Bayley tags in and Flair delivers a crossbody off the top to her and Asuka. She then fires off chops on both women and delivers a Fallaway Slam to Bayley, but Bayley catches her with a back elbow. Flair delivers a boot to her head and rolls her up, but Bayley kicks out and Flair lands an enzuigiri.

Flair delivers a big boot, but Asuka makes the blind tag in. Flair looks to lock in the Figure Four Leg Lock on Bayley, but before she can, Asuka catches her with a jumping Codebreaker. Bayley tags in, and Asuka holds Flair in place as Bayley delivers an elbow drop from the ropes. Bayley goes for a pin, but Lynch breaks the fall and becomes legal. Lynch delivers a single leg dropkick to Bayley and delivers a running splash in the corner, then hits her and Asuka with a double DDT. She hits a dropkick off the middle rope on Bayley and locks in the Dis-Arm-Her. Asuka breaks the hold and Lynch sends her crashing to the outside, allowing Bayley to set up for Rose Plant. Lynch escapes and levels her with a suplex, then delivers the Man Handle Slam. Asuka looks to break up the fall, but Flair catches her with a Spear and both of them end up tumbling onto the pair. Flair then questions Lynch about what just happened, and Bayley takes advantage by sending Lynch crashing into Flair. She rolls Lynch up for the win.

Winners: Damage CTRL

After the match, Lynch and Flair begin arguing. Belair and Shotzi slide in the ring to prevent things from boiling over, and Lynch heads to the back as the show goes off the air.

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