Smackdown's men's and women's teams for Survivor Series announced

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Survivor Series is fast approaching and with Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar set to the headline, the three Smackdown vs RAW five on five elimination matches have almost been overlooked.

They will certainly be happening however and RAW has already announced the first four members of their men's team.

Team's chosen

RAW has already selected Roman Reigns, Chris Jericho, Kevin Owens and Braun Strowman to represent them in their match against Smackdown.


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Many expect to see Seth Rollins named as the fifth member of Team RAW, but Smackdown have gone about naming their team in a slightly different manner.

Smackdown general manager Daniel Bryan was the guest on Miz TV on tonight's show and he took the time to fully announce the men's team that will be taking on RAW at Survivor Series.

WWE Champion AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose, Baron Corbin, Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt are the five men chosen to represent their brand.

With Wyatt and Orton now seemingly on the same page, those two will be a strong addition and Corbin is proving his dominance on all fronts since the Draft.

The women's team for Smackdown has also been confirmed as Becky Lynch, Nikki Bella, Alexa Bliss, Carmella and Naomi prepare to take on RAW's team.

We know that Charlotte and Nia Jax will be on Team RAW, Sasha Banks has yet to re-emerge since Hell in a Cell and there are currently doubt's over Bayley's involvement.

Survivor Series is already shaping up to be a great event with a tag team elimination match set to be on the match card as well.

Dolph Ziggler announced an open challenge to any RAW superstar who would like to challenge for his Intercontinental title - a very risky move.

We still have two weeks until Survivor Series so who knows what matches could be added by the time the actual event rolls around.

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