WWE Survivor Series PPV Preview
It has been twenty five years since the debut of the Undertaker back at Survivor Series 1990, but this Sunday will mark the twenty eighth edition of the annual November WWE event. While there will be a traditional Survivor Series 5 on 5 match, we don’t actually know it as WWE hasn’t announced the participants. I guess it’s not that important.
But what is important is the WWE title, which in the last month has been declared vacant due to Seth Rollins suffering a major knee injury. A tournament has been held in the last month to determine who will be the new champion, and it boils down to four people: United States champion Alberto del Rio, Intercontinental champion Kevin Owens, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns. It’ll be interesting to see not only who walks away champion, but just how that person winds up with the belt. Will they do it the right way, or will the Authority once again have their very own champion?
Roman Reigns vs. Alberto Del Rio
Kevin Owens vs. Dean Ambrose
The expectation is that Roman Reigns vs. Dean Ambrose will be the final and that one of the two will turn, and the one who turns will probably end up as champion. But I think it will be a Reigns win and Sheamus cash in. But who knows.
There are arguments in favor of either one. There is the argument Reigns can get over as a heel and then people want him turned at some point and he can be the babyface champion the company wants. There is the argument that they've gone so long with pushing him as the heir to the position that they shouldn't delay it another year or so for a heel run. If Reigns turns, you still have John Cena, Undertaker and Brock Lesnar on the face side for him to work with as top heel.
Ambrose is lower on that totem poll but if he turns, he can be top heel. Either way, Owens vs. Ambrose and presumably Ambrose vs. Reigns should be very good and carry the show.
Undertaker & Kane vs