WWE held it’s last Saudi pay-per-view of 2019, Crown Jewel, earlier today. With the star-studded pay-per-view done, WWE will be preparing for their second last pay-per-view of 2019, which is also the last of the “Big Four” pay-per-view line-up of the year.
The 33rd edition of Survivor Series is almost three weeks away. It will take place on Sunday, 24th November at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. Even though the event is still 24 days away, rumors and speculation have been making rounds all over the internet for quite some time now.
The theme of the pay-per-view this year will be the brand war between not only RAW and SmackDown, but NXT as well. Multiple superstars from all 3 brands will collide for brand supremacy in WWE.
How NXT will participate at the event is still unknown. However, there’s a possibility that WWE will bring some champions and superstars from there to compete at Survivor Series.
In this article, let’s take a look at 7 matches that could happen at Survivor Series 2019.
7. The Viking Raiders vs. The Revival vs. The Undisputed Era
Like every year, the Tag Team Champions from both RAW and SmackDown will collide in a tag team bout to earn a point for their brand. This time, NXT will be involved as well. RAW Tag Team Champions The Viking Raiders will go head-to-head with SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Revival and NXT Tag Team Champions The Undisputed Era.
The Revival hasn’t worked much on TV since winning the tag titles from The New Day at Clash Of Champions. They’ll be defending their tag titles against Kofi Kingston and Big E this week on SmackDown so there are also chances of New Day replacing The Revival in the match if they dethrone them as Tag Team Champions.
On the other hand, Erik and Ivar are on a path of destruction on RAW. They’ve been demolishing every team who’s coming in their way. The Viking Raiders defeated Robert Roode And Dolph Ziggler to win the RAW Tag Team Titles earlier this month.
The collision of the Tag Team Champions from both brands will be an interesting bout as we’re in to see two teams who have never faced off before.
If that’s not enough, add one of the most dominant tag teams in NXT’s history to this – NXT Tag Team Champions The Undisputed Era!
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