Ahead of their non-title champion vs. champion match at Survivor Series, Universal Champion Roman Reigns and WWE Champion Drew McIntyre met for a contract signing on last night's go-home edition of SmackDown.
Reigns mocked his Raw counterpart, calling McIntyre a secondary champion. Reigns said McIntyre will finally have the chance to be the man one day and he'll love Reigns for the lessons Reigns has taught him. Reigns said he'll love McIntyre right back -- because McIntyre will always be his favorite number two.
The final members of SmackDown's Survivor Series teams were also confirmed. Otis took the final spot on SmackDown's men's team, while Bayley and Natalya were added to SmackDown's women's team. Adam Pearce gave Otis and Bayley their spots, but Natalya had to win her way onto the team by defeating Tamina in a last chance qualifying match.
Raw Tag Team Champions Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods and Raw Women's Champion Asuka appeared last night ahead of their respective non-title champion vs. champion matches at Survivor Series. Plus, Daniel Bryan returned to SmackDown for the first time since being beaten down by Jey Uso three weeks ago. Bryan faced Uso in last night's main event.
More coverage from last night --
- WWE 205 Live results: Tony Nese vs. Ashante 'Thee' Adonis
- SmackDown's WWE Survivor Series teams fully set
- WWE SmackDown live results: Survivor Series go-home show
WWE SmackDown video highlights --
The Street Profits tell Big E why they'll defeat The New Day at Survivor Series
The New Day appear
The New Day & Street Profits vs. Dolph Ziggler, Robert Roode, Sami Zayn & Baron Corbin
Last chance Survivor Series qualifying match: Natalya vs. Tamina
Drew McIntyre-Roman Reigns contract signing
Murphy vs. Seth Rollins
Sasha Banks-Asuka interview, Carmella attacks Banks for the third straight week
Daniel Bryan vs. Jey Uso
SmackDown fallout: Murphy became the Messiah Slayer by defeating Seth Rollins
SmackDown fallout: Natalya always knew she could qualify for Survivor Series
SmackDown fallout: The Street Profits are ready for Survivor Series