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Survivor Series.

Picture: WWE appear to accidentally leak Team Raw's final man for Survivor Series

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The WWE is going all out to make the Survivor Series pay-per-view on November 20 a really special event in the company's calendar.

Apart from having Goldberg in the main event returning to the company after 12 years away to face Brock Lesnar as the main event, Vince McMahon and co. have done a fine job building the inter-brand rivalry between SmackDown Live and Monday Night Raw.

The Red and the Blue Brand will do battle in three different types of traditional Survivor Series matchups, with five of their best men, five of their best women and five of each shows best tag teams battling it out for supremacy.

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The male match has drawn plenty of interest thus far with both shows naming the initial nine competitors.

SmackDown Live have opted for Randy Orton, Bray Wyatt, WWE champion AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose and Baron Corbin, with The Miz a notable snub.

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Meanwhile, Raw features Universal champion Kevin Owens, Chris Jericho, Braun Strowman and United States champion Roman Reigns, with one spot on their team remaining.

While it has been a mystery thus far, many believed that Seth Rollins would secure the fifth and final spot on team Raw as he is surely too big of a star to leave out, right?

Wrong, apparently. An image has been leaked on Twitter that shows the WWE jumping the gun and releasing the image of Sami Zayn in the final spot.

It would make some sense to have Zayn in the mix as he is currently feuding with fellow teammate Strowman.

But where does that leave Rollins? Challenging Dolph Ziggler for the Intercontinental title perhaps?

One would think Zayn challenging Ziggler and Rollins uniting with Reigns in the Raw team - as was teased this past Monday - would make the most logical sense.

However, if this image is anything to go by, the WWE have already made their call. Do you think they have got it right? Let us know in the comments below.

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