Another match has been confirmed for the Survivor Series pay-per-view on November 22 during the SmackDown tapings, according to reports.
As you may already know, two matches have been confirmed for Survivor Series to date, the final of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship tournament, and a clash between Paige and Charlotte for the Divas Championship.
According to NoDQ, another match is set to join the card and be confirmed on Thursday night SmackDown.
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They said: "During tonight's SmackDown tapings, Bray Wyatt challenged The Undertaker and Kane to a tag team match at the Survivor Series event. While The Wyatt Family members were not revealed, Undertaker did end up accepting the challenge in the closing segment of the show."
While it hasn't been confirmed, this could provide another confrontation between The Undertaker and Bray Wyatt in the ring for the second time this year as they wrestled against one another at WrestleMania 31 in April.
There was speculation that the clash between The Undertaker and Bray Wyatt was going to be a four-on-four traditional Survivor Series elimination tag team match. However, as seen in the report above, it is currently only a simple tag team match, but we all know how quickly WWE plans can change.
Hopefully, the WWE doesn't miss the opportunity and just pit The Brothers of Destruction against Erick Rowan and Luke Harper. It definitely needs to be Bray and one of the newest members of The Wyatt Family, Brawn Strowman, if it is to remain as a simple tag team match.
The recent booking problems caused by the injuries to major stars means this match more than ever needs to be a stellar clash. The Undertaker alone can help that, but it must be booked correctly in order to give fans a great deal of satisfaction for watching the event despite the shortage of top talent.