6 Stars Who Could Be Added To Women’s WarGames At WWE Survivor Series 2023

6 Stars Who Could Be Added To Women’s WarGames At WWE Survivor Series 2023 WWE

With WWE completely revamping Damage CTRL’s ranks over the past week, all of a sudden the faction feared to be splitting up numerous times through 2023 is now stronger than ever.

Conveniently the addition of Kairi Sane and Asuka to bolster the roster of the faction sets WWE up nicely for this year’s Survivor Series Premium Live Event and the second straight year of WarGames for the male and female roster.

While the men’s line-ups have been announced, the women’s match is still up in the air. However, it seems as if Asuka, Sane, IYO SKY and Bayley will compete as a quartet against Bianca Belair, Charlotte Flair, Shotzi and one more partner.

While that only seemingly leaves one spot, WWE could potentially add a fifth competitor to each side, leaving many possibilities on the table as to who that could be.

So with that said let’s take a look at six stars who could still join the Women’s WarGames match at WWE Survivor Series 2023.

6. Trish Stratus

Starting off rather bold we have the WWE Hall of Famer and STILL active Raw roster member Trish Stratus.

While we have all been treated to far more Stratusfaction than any of us would have expected in 2023, with a consistent run throughout much the year, perhaps there could still be more to come.

Trish is still listed as a member of the Raw roster so despite her absence, she must be considered a real outside bet to show up in Chicago for Survivor Series.

While her recent heel run would suggest she could join with Damage CTRL, what would be a nice surprise is the eight-time women’s champion showing up on the babyface team.

The babyface team are the more in need of assistance from Trish, with it instead being preferable that a fifth member of Damage CTRL’s team becomes a permanent member of their ranks, something that Trish likely wouldn’t do.

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4 weeks ago by Jamie Toolan


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