With Hell in a Cell now in the books and the dust well and truly settled on an historic event, tonight's episode of RAW took steps towards next month's Survivor Series.
It has already been announced that the event will host three five on five elimination matches, and now we have our first team members from RAW.
Man on a mission
RAW General Manager Mick Foley came to the ring tonight to address the controversy from the Universal Championship match 24 hours earlier.
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During this segment, he would go on to name the first three members of Team RAW for Survivor Series - and it is a good start.
Naming the current Universal Champion Kevin Owens, his best friend Chris Jericho and the US Champion Roman Reigns on Team RAW is a strong first step.
There may be some friction between team mates, but with the first four members of the team announced, Smackdown will have to pick some big names to take them on.
Foley only announced the first three team members tonight, but he also made a battle royal to determine the fourth member of Team RAW.
Braun Strowman would prove to be victorious in the battle royal and will make an incredible addition to the team.
Following the battle royal however, a graphic that appeared on screen listed Strowman as the final member of the team.
Possibly highlighting that there was a change in plan on tonight's show, the graphic will leave fans asking who was meant to be the actual fourth member?
One man left
With one member of the men's team still to be announced, the logical prediction would be for Seth Rollins to join the squad.
Rollins has had his problems with Jericho, Owens and Reigns this year, but as the number one overall pick in the draft, it is quite unthinkable that he won't be involved.
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