Survivor Series 2020 will be happening on November 22nd and the loaded card for the show has already been revealed. It was declared the night after Hell In A Cell 2020 with the Brand vs Brand theme intact for the show. Alongside that, the champion vs champion theme of the show from Raw and SmackDown made it easier for the company to put things together.
WWE has options to change things around as we’re still more than a couple of weeks away from the 2020 Survivor Series. In the past, WWE decided to make title changes just in time for the build of this particular pay-per-view event. Jinder Mahal lost the WWE Championship to AJ Styles in 2017 weeks before he was set to take on Brock Lesnar.
Survivor Series 2020: Will Any WWE Titles Change Hand Before The PPV?
This was done to make sure that WWE Universe could get to see a dream match of Styles vs Lesnar. One year forward, Styles lost the title to Daniel Bryan at the same time frame so that the David vs Goliath bout between Bryan and Lesnar becomes a reality at Survivor Series. The match was highly praised as we wonder whether WWE intends to such sudden changes in the upcoming weeks in 2020 or not.
Ringside News informed that WWE currently has no plans of switching titles prior to Survivor Series 2020. All the belts are likely to remain intact on the existing champions until the event. With that being said, chances are pretty less, the already announced card of the show will be altered.
Internet Wrestling Community has been complaining about seeing Randy Orton vs Roman Reigns and Sasha Banks vs Asuka again. But WWE is apparently moving forward with these matches where they have booked these trusted shoulders for the marquee matches at Survivor Series. Vince McMahon likes to change things up on short notice but as of this writing, he doesn’t have any plans to shake things up before the final Big-Four PPV event of the year.
As for the title defenses, The Wrestling Observer is reporting that the current plan is for Randy Orton to defend his WWE Title against The Fiend and Drew McIntyre in a Triple-Threat match, perhaps after Survivor Series. The match could be pushed back to TLC in December, too. As for Roman Reigns, he is likely to get involved in a feud against Daniel Bryan following that vicious assault by Jey Uso on SmackDown.