WWE Survivor Series is just under two weeks away and both Raw and SmackDown Live did plenty to hype the event up during their recent tour of the UK.
A poster for the pay-per-view already surfaced online a few weeks ago and it seemed to show John Cena as a special guest referee for the champion versus champion match between Brock Lesnar and Jinder Mahal.
However, after some big developments this past week, we now know that cannot be true.
Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose lost the Raw tag team titles last Monday against The Bar - Sheamus & Cesaro - thanks to interference from SD Live's The New Day - Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods and Big E.
Then, one night later in Manchester, AJ Styles finally ended Mahal's five-month reign as the WWE champion when the Phenomenal One knocked off the Modern Day Maharaja.
Both of those outcomes have huge implications on the card for November 19. Now, The Bar are set to face SD Live tag team champions The Usos, although there is speculation that Jey Uso seriously hurt his knee last Tuesday while defending their titles against the team of Shelton Benjamin and Chad Gable.
Styles is now set to face Lesnar at Survivor Series in a WWE champion versus Universal champion match and as a result, John Cena has been announced by Shane McMahon as the final member for SD Live's team in the traditional five-on-five match with Raw.
However, now that the WWE have released the official poster for the event, it seems as if one more title change is in store next week.
SD Live woman's champion Natalya is set to defender her strap against Charlotte Flair next Tuesday in Flair's hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Natalya was set for a date with Alexa Bliss at the PPV, but seeing as both Bliss and Charlotte are on the poster alongside other main eventers and the champion versus champion match, you'd be smart to lay your money on Charlotte winning the title.
With British competitor Paige rumoured to be ready to return to a WWE ring for the first time in over a year any time now, speculation suggests that the Anti-Diva will become the fifth member of SD Live's five-woman team at the event.
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