RAW's women's Survivor Series team invades Smackdown

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Tonight's episode of Smackdown was the final show before this Sunday's Survivor Series and the final chance for either RAW or Smackdown to establish some dominance over the other.

Monday night, we saw the two men's teams collide and RAW end it's own show with their tails up as they defended their own ring.

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During a singles match tonight between Nikki Bella and Carmella, leader of the RAW women's team and RAW Women's Champion Charlotte made her way to ringside.


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Brandishing a ticket and sitting in the front row, she watched a fair portion of Team Smackdown's captains match.

As was expected however, it all turned hostile when Bella attacked Charlotte, dragging her to the ring and beginning a pure fight between team captains.

It didn't take long then for the rest of Team RAW to reveal themselves and begin to attack both Carmella and Nikki Bella.

With the rest of Team Smackdown then coming to the ring and joining the fight, we got our first glimpse of what the women's match will look like at Survivor Series.

All five women and their coach Natalya for Smackdown fought off their counter parts held their ground.

The Smackdown women have the momentum going into Survivor Series while arguably the RAW men have the advantage after RAW.

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