With WWE Crown Jewel now in the rear-view, we can now all look forward to the very last Premium Live Event of 2023, Survivor Series on November 25.
While the card is a massive question mark we now at least know that WarGames will return for the second consecutive year.
Based on the sole advert promoting the show that aired during Crown Jewel, it seems that there will be one men’s WarGames match and one women’s.
Typically WWE’s creative direction can usually be telegraphed, yet this one feels far less clear, but there is at least some indication as to what WWE are set to book for the card.
So with that said let’s dive into what we feel will be the final card for Survivor Series 2023.
6. WarGames Match – IYO SKY, Kairi Sane, Asuka, Bayley & ??? vs Charlotte Flair, Bianca Belair, Shotzi, Michin & Zelina Vega
With Kairi Sane returning to WWE to aid IYO SKY in her WWE Women’s Championship defence there is real intrigue as what this means for SKY and her allegiance with Bayley and Dakota Kai in Damage CTRL.
Bayley clearly looked unaware that Sane would be appearing at Crown Jewel and expect that to cause some real contention in the coming weeks.
This is particularly true give Sane and Bayley’s unsavoury history together, with Bayley effectively being the reason Sane was written off WWE TV all the way back in July 2020.
So, expect this to blow up in a big way down the line, however, by Survivor Series that point in all likelihood won’t have arrived, with SKY, Sane and Bayley teaming against the babyfaces of the SmackDown locker room.
As for who makes up the other two spots of Team SKY, given Asuka’s history teaming with Sane, that is perhaps the most likely option, with a final mystery ally to be revealed on the night from Raw, NXT or another free agent signing.
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