The second longest running pay-per-view in WWE history is just about upon us and WWE are continuing the build up with the shocking news that WCW Legend Sting will play a part in proceedings.
The former TNA superstar signed a legends contract with WWE earlier this year and has been pushed towards one last match against The Undertaker for the past few months.
That will not be taking place tomorrow night, instead WWE could be setting up the match for WrestleMania 31.
Will Sting become the boss?
If The Authority lose their traditional Survivor Series elimination match tomorrow night, then they will be put out of power, but they could unveil Sting as their successor. Whether or not Sting will continue to rule with an iron fist, as the Authority have still remains to be seen, but this seems to be the most viable option as to why Sting would make an appearance at the event.
Many think he is there to boost the subscription count, because Survivor Series is free on the WWE network and more of the WWE universe will be watching because of this so WWE are using this opportunity to unveil their latest signing.
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If Sting were to become the general manager then this would make a lot of sense as to how a match with The Undertaker could be built up, because it can't gain any momentum if both men are off TV.
Sting will be in attendance
All that is known for sure is that Sting will be in attendance tomorrow night, but whether this will be in a backstage segment to help build up the main event, or even an in-ring segment where he can cut a promo are things that people can only speculate.
What is known for sure is that Sting wont be fighting tomorrow night. He signed a deal with WWE for one last match, which many speculate to be on the grandest stage of them all against The Phenom.
WWE wouldn't allow the greatest wrestler to have never performed in WWE to make his in-ring debut on a free pay-per-view, they would want to push that as much as they could and give it the exposure and promotion it deserves.
But for all those fans who thought they would never see Sting in WWE, turn in tomorrow night and witness a bit of history.