WWE Survivor Series is going to be the second last pay-per-view event of the year 2019. This is one of the ‘big-four’ events in the WWE calendar that has a unique theme. Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live brand go head to head to deliver some big and unique matches. Mostly the champions from their respective divisions compete against each other to bring out the very best competitions between the two brands.
The theme is likely to be retained like the earlier years as we expected to see a big fight featuring numerous prime superstars of WWE. Apart from the champion vs. champion matches, there is going to be a big Raw vs. Smackdown 5-on-5 tag team traditional elimination match. Survivor Series host venue Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois is currently advertising a 10 man tag team elimination match that also includes the names of the performers.
You may check out the below names which also revealed the potential homes of these superstars following WWE Draft,
– Braun Strowman
– Rey Mysterio
– The Miz
– Drew McIntyre
– Roman Reigns
– Kevin Owens
– Aleister Black
– Finn Balor
– Daniel Bryan
As you can see, there are not many big changes available on the rosters following the Draft except for one name and that is of Finn Balor. The former Universal Champion recently returned to the WWE on the NXT brand. He was a member of the SmackDown brand, earlier to his latest appearance. Recent reports suggest that he may just continue performing full-time on this developmental brand for the time being. But Survivor Series ads reveal something different.
He might just come back to the Smackdown brand just in time for the Survivor Series PPV event. WWE could potentially include him in the Draft process if needed. Or the advertisement could simply be based on the current roster that may change anytime soon. But the overall good news is that the Raw vs. Smackdown theme will be intact.
— WrestlingINC.com (@WrestlingInc) October 7, 2019
Earlier the Wild Card Rule introduced by Vince McMahon jeopardized the future of Survivor Series 2019 as no superstars were exclusive to Raw or SmackDown, at this point. But the WWE Draft will be back in time to save one of the much-anticipated shows of the year.