With Survivor Series only being a month away, plans for the event are starting to emerge which are bound to excite the WWE Universe.
During the TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs pay-per-view pre-show on Sunday night, Pete Rosenberg announced that Survivor Series would follow the theme of Monday Night RAW vs SmackDown Live like it did last year, featuring 5-on-5 elimination tag team matches.
One of the matches for the show could be revealed tonight on RAW if the Universal Champion Brock Lesnar decides to accept the challenge made by WWE Champion Jinder Mahal last week on SmackDown for a non-title, Champion vs Champion match at the show.
This is just one of what is expected to be many RAW vs SmackDown matches on the pay-per-view card, and there's a certain bout that has been rumored recently which is bound to get fans excited about the show.
According to Cageside Seats, another RAW vs SmackDown match that will be included on the Survivor Series card is Finn Balor vs AJ Styles, a rematch from their contest which took place last night at TLC.
Despite not having any build whatsoever, The Demon King and The Phenomenal One had a great match under the circumstances they were put under at the pay-per-view, putting on a stellar performance in the ring for those watching the show at home and inside the Target Center.
If this is to be a series, Balor is currently 1-0 up after the former Universal Champion performed the Coup de Grace on Styles for the win. Following the match, the two showed respect to one another and gestured the "Too Sweet" hand symbol to each other.
It was arguably the best match on the show, so fans will definitely be looking forward to seeing the two meet inside the ring once more at Survivor Series, and it should be even better as a build will add more passion to the feud.
Once again, this match has the potential to steal the show in a month's time, just like it did at TLC this past weekend.
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