2020 WWE Survivor Series match, card, predictions, Raw vs. SmackDown teams, start time, date, location
One of the top events on the WWE calendar is poised to return as the 2020 Survivor Series draws near. However, despite winning the night out of last year’s event, the NXT brand will not participate in the Survivor Series festivals. This year, the Survivor Series will return to Raw vs. format. SmackDown when the battle for supremacy of the brand in the main list is underway.
Champions from each franchise will go head-to-head in a standard set of matches and, of course, we’ll get to see an iconic Survivor Series knockout pair with a match featuring Men from each brand and another match are women. It made up a night of unique couples just months before WWE made its way to Road to WrestleMania.
The Survivor Series takes place on Sunday, November 22 from ThunderDome inside Orlando’s Amway Center. Pay per view will start at 7pm. ET follows an hour-long inaugural show starting at 6 p.m., with both of them going live on the WWE Network.
WWE Survivor Series Card
Drew McIntyre (WWE) vs Roman Reigns (Universal): Like most card matches, this happens strictly because of the event’s brand champion and brand champion layout. Randy Orton won the WWE championship from McIntyre at Hell in a Cell after numerous failures to beat McIntyre over the past months. On Raw’s November 16, Orton defended his title – and place at Survivor Series – against McIntyre, with the Scots scoring the win to win back the championship and securing a match against the Reigns. Reigns returned to action at SummerSlam and won joint titles at Payback, beating Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman. Reigns has shown a very dark side since his return and now Jey Uso serves his needs after defeating him in Hell in a cell and forcing him to “line up” . Pick: Roman Reigns wins
Male Survivor Series – Keith Lee, AJ Styles, Sheamus, Braun Strowman & Riddle (Raw) vs. Kevin Owens, Jey Uso, King Corbin, Seth Rollins & TBD (SD): Lee, Styles, Strowman and Sheamus consolidate positions their men’s team Raw by winning qualifying matches. Riddle received the second blow to qualify and beat Jeff Hardy and Elias in a three-threat match to secure the final spot. Lee, Strowman, and Sheamus as heroes combined with Styles and Riddle’s technique and speed set Team Raw into a strong team, although there was some internal tension at the team. SmackDown’s side came with Owens and Uso in the initial qualifiers – although they ran into serious problems on SmackDown on November 6 – and Corbin and Rollins entered the qualifiers.
Female Survivor series – Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler, Lacey Evans, Peyton Royce & Lana (Raw) vs Bianca Belair, Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan & 2 TBD (SD): On October 26th of Raw, four The first season The members of the women’s squad for the Raw faction were announced as Rose and Brooke along with card champions Jax and Baszler. Fifth place was reserved for the deadly four-way scramble between Lana, Lacey Evans, Nikki Cross and Peyton Royce, with Lana taking advantage of three other women to claim her place on the team. Rose and Brooke were subsequently wounded on Raw November 16, and Evans and Royce were announced as their replacement. SmackDown has not yet formed a group. Belair was the first to secure his place and Riott followed by swooping in to score goals in the third hand with Natalya and Zelina Vega. Morgan won a deadly four-way win over Chelsea Green, Tamina and Natalya to secure his spot.
Asuka (Raw Female) vs Sasha Banks (Female SD): A match between champion and another champion, and a match that we’ve seen a few times in recent months. Banks won the Coarse Female title from Asuka in July, only for Asuka to reclaim the title at SummerSlam the following month. Banks then returned to SmackDown, where she finally won the female SmackDown title from Bayley inside Hell in the cell and successfully defended the title against Bayley in the November 6th edition of SmackDown. may not be the new couple, but the duo always deliver high-quality matches. Pick: Asuka wins
New Dates (Raw Cards Group) vs. Street Profits (SD Card Groups): Champion Raw Cards New Days and Champion SmackDowns Street profits have actually transformed brands in the recent WWE Draft. The two teams then exchanged championship belts for new home arrangements while maintaining their status as champions. This is the first-ever match – assuming WWE has somehow run a form of it before the pay-per-view mode – and potentially the best card match ever held in martial arts. WWE stations in 2020 if given the time to live with the potential. Select: New winning date
Bobby Lashley (USA) vs Sami Zayn (Intercontinental): Intercontinental champion Zayn returns to play in September, his first wrestling since March. Loyal due to concerns over COVID-19, Zayn has stripped of the title but regained it in a wild ladder match at Clash of Champions. Lashley has won the US title from Apollo Crews at Payback and has remained dominant since then, although his focus has mostly been on his role in The Hurt Business and the ongoing issues with Retribution. . Pick: Sami Zayn wins
The Undertaker’s FInal Farewell: The performance was originally billed as the “30th anniversary of The Undertaker”, so it seems like a close guarantee that we’ll see him show up at the event. WWE has since confirmed that the event will feature Undertaker for a “Final Farewell”, seemingly officially ending his career where it all began 30 years ago. some partial retirement.