WWE will hold their yearly Survivor Series premium live event the following Saturday, November 26. But this year, there’s a unique twist: Triple H is no longer following the brand-vs-brand framework that WWE previously used to organise the show. Instead, over the past few weeks, the women’s WarGames match has been taking shape. Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, Asuka, Mia Yim, and a final, unnamed partner will be up against Damage CTRL, Nikki Cross, and Rhea Ripley. The men’s match teams were officially announced tonight.
Will The Brawling Brutes Best The Bloodline?
The Brawling Brutes—Sheamus, Butch, and Ridge Holland—have long been a source of contention for the Bloodline. The Bloodline wants to solve this issue at Survivor Series. Sheamus discussed the motivation behind his decision to enlist the Scottish Warrior Drew McIntyre in the fight as the opening statement for tonight’s Smackdown edition.
Sheamus claimed to have developed a strong friendship with McIntyre over two decades of competition in the WWE Universe. He even mentioned that Drew McIntyre served as the best man at his recent wedding.
Kevin Owens Evens The Odds
Butch and Sami Zayn’s contest turned into a full-scale battle. 4 to 5 more people were against the Brutes. Fortunately, Kevin Owens came back to Smackdown and helped them level the odds while confirming his involvement in WarGames.
Then he and Sami Zayn, his best buddy, engaged in a protracted, tense staredown. Come Survivor Series, the two of them will be on opposing teams.