With Survivor Series less than two weeks away, the WWE are really turning the volume up on the inter-brand feud between Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live.
It also appears as if the company is going to latch on to the attention the presidential debate is getting and try to employ a similar attraction for the fans.
The WWE Network has announced a State of the WWE Universe Address for next Monday night after RAW goes off the air, a show which is already stacked with stars and is the final Raw before the Survivor Series event.
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SmackDown Live commissioner Shane McMahon and SD Live general manager Daniel Bryan will also be appearing on next Monday's RAW from Buffalo, as well as the much-anticipated confrontation of Brock Lesnar and Bill Goldberg, who are set to both be on the show together for the first time since the latter's return.
The live debate special will commence after the show and it will feature Bryan, Shane, Raw General Manager Mick Foley and Raw Commissioner Stephanie McMahon.
Given the fact that all four authority figures will be appearing on Raw, the odds of Stephanie delivering a slap to one of her SmackDown counterparts is probably exceptionally high.
More than that, Bryan and Shane are unlikely to come alone and some kind of brawl with Team Raw is also, very likely.
The WWE have done great things with the Talking Smack show that follows Smackdown on a Tuesday night, but is a pseudo-presidential-style debate likely to do be another great idea? Let us know in the comments below.
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