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SmackDown results, Nov. 27, 2020: Owens disrespects Reigns family business with a vicious chair onslaught

On the main event of a very turbulent Friday Night SmackDown, Kevin Owens took a very painful stand against Universal Champion Roman Reigns by unleashing a brutal chair assault on Jey Uso.

Roman Reigns chastised Jey Uso for his failures; an unhinged Uso unleashed a chair assault on Otis

An enthusiastic Jey Uso opened SmackDown to praise Universal Champion Roman Reigns for his win against WWE Champion Drew McIntyre at Survivor Series.

However, when The Big Dog emerged with Paul Heyman at his side, he proceeded to chastise Jey relentlessly for his “failures” and for letting down his entire family at Survivor Series. Reigns then walked out on his cousin and left him to his perceived disgrace.

In response, Jey Uso became completely unhinged. As Otis was entering for his match against King Corbin, Uso, who teamed with Otis in a losing effort at Survivor Series, unleashed a vicious chair assault on “The Blue-collar Bulldozer.”

Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode def. The Street Profits

After overcoming Raw Tag Team Champions The New Day in a classic matchup at Survivor Series, Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford returned to SmackDown as the conquering heroes to once again battle the self-proclaimed best tag team, Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode.

Ford nearly scored the victory with a gravity-defying maneuver, but chaos took over, and Roode picked up the non-title victory on the champs.

Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn def. Daniel Bryan by Count-out

Never making a secret about his opinion that Sami Zayn is not what an Intercontinental Champion should be, Daniel Bryan looked to shut the mouth of the outspoken titleholder and get one step closer to taking the Intercontinental Championship.

When the a knock-down, drag-out battle moved outside the ring in the final moment, Bryan battled his opponent all the way to the backstage area. And just when the official was about to count out both Superstars, Zayn sprinted back to the ring and picked up the win by count-out.

Bianca Belair def. Natalya

In the wake of Survivor Series, the SmackDown women’s team found themselves at each other’s throats, leading to a clash between Bianca Belair and Natalya with Bayley joining the SmackDown commentary team.

When the action spread outside the ring and Bayley engaged in a war of words with Belair, The EST of WWE laid out the former titleholder, seemingly by accident. When Bayley jumped on the apron to take issue, she collided with The Queen of Harts as she hit the ropes and opened the door for Belair to pick up the pin on “The BOAT.”

In the aftermath, the victorious Belair exchanged a little trash talking with Bayley.

Murphy def. King Corbin

After King Corbin insulted the Mysterio family earlier in the night, Murphy went one on one with the brash monarch.

The Mysterios made their presence known with multiple distractions. And when Murphy went for the pin and Corbin managed to get his foot on the ropes, Dominik threw the leg back off and allowed Murphy to pick up the win.

After the match, an enraged Corbin called out the disruption. Demanding a rematch against Murphy next week, he made it clear that he would be prepared.

Kevin Owens def. Jey Uso by disqualification

After Jey Uso attacked Daniel Bryan moments after Bryan’s match, Kevin Owens confronted Universal Champion Roman Reigns about the ongoing “family issues” and said The Big Dog treated his family like “trash.” In response, Reigns told Uso to fix the situation, and a main event match was made between Jey and KO.

Uso once again grabbed the chair and earned a disqualification, intent on making Owens fear the family, but KO struck back with a Stunner.

Then, Owens turned the tables on Uso by unleashing a brutal chair onslaught of his own. The whole time, Owens taunted Reigns to come find him as the Big Dog watched from a monitor. KO helped himself to a seat at the end of the announce table — symbolizing himself as the head of the table — and made it clear that he would be watching for the Universal Champion.