Survivor Series was a pay-per-view and WWE Network event, produced by WWE for Raw and SmackDown. It took place on November 22, 2020 at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, and featured WWE's virtual fan viewing experience called ThunderDome—it was WWE's final pay-per-view presented from the Amway Center during the COVID-19 pandemic before the ThunderDome relocates to Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida due to the start of the 2020–21 NBA season. Like the previous years, the theme of the event was brand supremacy and pitted wrestlers from the brands against each other. It was the 34th event under the Survivor Series chronology, and celebrated the 30th anniversary of The Undertaker's WWE debut—his retirement ceremony closed the show.
It was reported that the COVID-19 pandemic was a reason that NXT was not involved in the event, unlike the previous year's Survivor Series. Outbreaks of the virus had occurred at both of NXT's home arenas, Full Sail University and now the WWE Performance Center, prompting WWE to exclude NXT wrestlers from the event to avoid potential transmission of the virus to members of the Raw and SmackDown rosters.
- KickOff - The Gobbledy Gooker defeated R-Truth to win the WWE 24/7 Championship
- KickOff - The Miz won by last eliminating Dominik Mysterio - 18-man Dual Brand Battle Royal
- Team Raw (AJ Styles, Keith Lee, Sheamus, Braun Strowman, and Riddle) (with Omos) defeated Team SmackDown (Kevin Owens, Jey Uso, King Corbin, Seth Rollins, and Otis) - 5-on-5 men's Survivor Series elimination match
- The Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins and [[Montez Ford[[) (SmackDown Tag Team Champions) defeated The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) (with Big E) (Raw Tag Team Champions) - Champions vs. Champions tag team match
- Bobby Lashley (Raw's United States Champion) (with MVP, Cedric Alexander, and Shelton Benjamin) defeated Sami Zayn (SmackDown's Intercontinental Champion) by submission - Champion vs. Champion singles match
- Sasha Banks (SmackDown Women's Champion) defeated Asuka (Raw Women's Champion) - Champion vs. Champion singles match
- Akira Tozawa defeated The Gobbledy Gooker to win the WWE 24/7 Championship
- R-Truth defeated Akira Tozawa to win the WWE 24/7 Championship
- Team Raw (Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler, Lana, Lacey Evans, and Peyton Royce) defeated Team SmackDown (Bianca Belair, Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan, Bayley, and Natalya) - 5-on-5 women's Survivor Series elimination match
- Roman Reigns (SmackDown's Universal Champion) (with Paul Heyman) defeated Drew McIntyre (Raw's WWE Champion) by technical submission - Champion vs. Champion singles match
Undertaker retirement ceremony
The 2020 Survivor Series saw the retirement ceremony of The Undertaker, who performed for WWE for 30 years, first making his debut for the promotion at the 1990 event. In what was the show's final segment, Shane McMahon, Big Show, John "Bradshaw" Layfield, Jeff Hardy, Mick Foley, The Godfather, The Godwinns (Dennis Knight and Mark Canterbury), Savio Vega, Rikishi, Kevin Nash, Booker T, Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, Triple H, and Kane all entered the ring to kick off the ceremony. A video package recapping The Undertaker's career then aired, after which, WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon was shown in the ring and gave a brief, heart felt message before introducing The Undertaker for the last time. The Undertaker then slowly walked to the ring in full costume where he then confirmed his retirement in an emotional farewell speech and the ring bell tolled ten times, officially putting an end to The Undertaker character. The Undertaker performed his trademark kneeling pose as an image of Undertaker's former longtime manager, the late Paul Bearer, appeared via hologram. The Undertaker afterwards bid farewell, stating "My time has come to let The Undertaker Rest in Peace," delivering his trademark throat slash pose and then leaving the ring. The show ended with The Undertaker walking back up the entrance ramp to throw his fist up for one last time.