The NXT brand reigned supreme on Sunday night at the annual WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view, where for the first time ever all three of the company’s brands faced off in direct competition.

Cruiserweight Champion Lio Rush kicked off the night, retaining his title in a triple threat match to earn the black-and-yellow brand its first win of the evening. NXT North American Champion Roderick Strong later won another triple threat match over U.S. Champion AJ Styles and Intercontinental Champion Shinsuke Nakamura to extend their lead.

While they didn’t exactly come across the win by the most “honorable” means, the ladies of the NXT brand gained a decisive victory over ten of the toughest names from both Raw and Smackdown in a traditional Survivor Series elimination match. While Io Shirai and Candice LeRae were both taken out earlier in the bout with what looked like serious injuries, they would retain at the end to help captain Rhea Ripley pin Sasha Banks.

Finally, the “Queen of Spades” Shayna Baszler actually main-evented Survivor Series in a triple threat match between all three of WWE’s women’s champions (sorry, Kay Lee). It was a hard-fought bout, and one that Smackdown champ Bayley actually dominated quite a bit of, but in the end the black-and-yellow brand once again proved its superiority by pulling out the win.

In the end, NXT finished the night with an impressive four wins. Friday Night Smackdown came in second place with two wins, as Dolph ZIggler and Robert Rood won a tag team battle royal, while the “Big Dog” Roman Reigns emerged the sole survivor in the men’s elimination match. Monday Night Raw only picked up one win, thanks to the Viking Raiders.