WWE hinted at a possible double-cross for Kevin Owens at Survivor Series this weekend after his confrontation with NXT's Triple H on Raw.
Kevin Owens will be a member of Team Raw at Survivor Series on Sunday in the 5-on-5-on-5 traditional elimination match vs Team SmackDown and Team NXT.
The Prizefighter will be teaming up with Drew McIntyre, Seth Rollins, Ricochet and Randy Orton on the show in the match, at least that's the way things look right now.
That's because following his match with McIntyre on Raw, WWE teased a double-cross for Owens this weekend after a confrontation with Triple H.
The Game interrupted The Prizefighter's match on Raw, ending it in a no contest, and delivered a promo on Owens saying how he was once the lifeblood of NXT before he was plucked away to join Raw and SmackDown.
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Triple H pointed out how Owens has never fit in on Raw and SmackDown after being fired by both Shane McMahon and Kurt Angle during their powers of authority, as well as how none of his Raw teammates have his back.
Then, just as it seemed like The Game was going to extend an invite to Owens to rejoin NXT, a brawl broke out between Raw and NXT superstars outside of the ring.
The Undisputed ERA then jumped Owens from behind, much to the dismay of Triple H as The O.C. came rushing out and forced the NXT stars to retreat to end the segment.
While we received no definite answer on Owens' future with Raw, the seeds of doubt regarding his loyalty to the red brand have been sown as he was drinking in every word Triple H said in his promo.
We haven't seen The Prizefighter double-cross someone in WWE for a couple of months now, so do Team Raw need to watch their backs at Survivor Series this weekend?
NXT is yet to announce their team for the men's Survivor Series match this Sunday, so it will be interesting to see if they leave a spot open for Owens to occupy.News Now - Sport News