The Survivor Series pay-per-view is almost upon us with a stacked card coming our way later tonight, featuring Brock Lesnar, Goldberg, as well as the traditional tag team matches.
A lot is at stake in Toronto, not only do we have bragging rights but the future of two championship titles, as well as an entire division, is up in the air, and NoDQ.com have reported on the potential outcomes of a handful of matches taking place.
THE BEAST TO PREVAIL
Some are harder to judge than others, the tag team and women’s matches are difficult to predict as it could genuinely go either way with Monday Night Raw or SmackDown Live leaving the arena as the victors.
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However, they’re speculating that as of right now, Lesnar is pencilled in to defeat Goldberg in their highly anticipated WrestleMania XX rematch.
Goldberg’s contract only has him scheduled to compete in one match, and it’s something he too has reiterated on multiple occasions.
He wants his family to see him compete once, and right now, no match comes bigger than a clash with The Beast Incarnate.
Although he’s slated to lose, there’s a chance the reaction he receives could result in him sticking around, although a loss to Lesnar will have no impact on that.
BIG NIGHT FOR SAMI?
Team Raw is also expected to remain victorious over Team SmackDown, as Kevin Owens captains Chris Jericho, Roman Reigns, Braun Strowman and Seth Rollins.
The blue brand will be captained by AJ Styles, who partners with Dean Ambrose, Randy Orton, Bray Wyatt and Shane McMahon – and they also have James Ellsworth in their corner.
The reason for SmackDown losing this one is so that The Undertaker can begin a feud with the star that costs them the match.
As of this writing that man is expected to be the current WWE Champion, AJ Styles.
Kalisto is expected to defeat The Brian Kendrick, which means the entire cruiserweight division will be moving to Tuesday’s, rather than staying on the red brand.
This is because the new cruiserweight show, 205 Live, will be taped after SmackDown goes off air, and it makes sense to have them on that show, although there are ways Kendrick can keep his title and still end up on SmackDown.
Finally, Sami Zayn could be leaving his home country as the new Intercontinental Champion when he takes on The Miz.
The Miz defeated Dolph Ziggler earlier this week for the championship, and the reason for that is so Raw can take the championship so soon after The A-Lister won it.
Are there any potential results that will surprise you at Survivor Series? Have YOUR say in the comments section below.
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