With Survivor Series taking place this Sunday, WWE has revealed nearly all of the participants for their respective Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live men's, women's, and tag team traditional Survivor Series elimination matches.
Prior to last night's Monday Night Raw, only a handful of the red brand's superstars had been named to represent their respective division's team at Survivor Series this weekend.
Last week, acting Raw General Manager Baron Corbin revealed Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler, and Drew McIntyre as the first three members of Team Raw's men's team while naming himself as captain but in a non-wrestling capacity.
Corbin also named Alexa Bliss as captain of Team Raw's women's team, but in a non-competing capacity due to injury, but no announcement regarding Team Raw's tag team Survivor Series team had been made.
The Raw teams were filled up throughout last night's show, completing each of the three teams they would be putting forward for the pay-per-view this weekend.
Throughout Raw, it was revealed that Finn Balor and Bobby Lashley would be the final two members of Team Raw's men's team, while Mickie James, Nia Jax, Tamina Snuka, Natalya, and Ruby Riott would represent the women's team.
Team Raw's tag team Survivor Series team will be represented by Bobby Roode and Chad Gable, The Revival, The B-Team, Lucha House Party, and The Ascension.
Raw's teams for Survivor Series are now filled up and ready to go this Sunday, while SmackDown will fill out the remaining spots in their teams tonight.
Team SmackDown men's team already consists of The Miz, Daniel Bryan, Shane McMahon, Rey Mysterio, and Samoa Joe, while their women's team has Carmella, Naomi, Sonya Deville, Asuka, and Charlotte Flair.
Although it isn't confirmed by WWE yet, Flair will likely take the last spot on Team SmackDown women's team following her involvement in the SmackDown invasion of Raw last night.
Team SmackDown's tag team Survivor Series team only has The Usos and The New Day so far, but the remaining spots in the team should be filled up on tonight's show.
Due to the added implications that Strowman gets a Universal title match as well as a match vs Corbin if Team Raw wins, it looks as though it will be the red brand that comes out on top in the men's Survivor Series match.
As for the women's and tag team matches, those outcomes still appear to be up in the air, but as things stand, both women's and tag team SmackDown teams are looking stronger than the women's and tag team teams from Raw.
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