Match Producers For WWE Survivor Series 2021 Revealed

2 years ago by Liam Winnard

Match Producers For WWE Survivor Series 2021 Revealed

The backstage producer allocations for each match on the WWE Survivor Series 2021 pay-per-view have been revealed.

As reported by PWInsider, the pre-show match, which saw Raw’s United States Champion Damian Priest get himself disqualified in anger against SmackDown’s Intercontinental Champion Shinsuke Nakamura with Rick Boogs in his corner, was produced by Chris Park (Abyss).

The opener, which was a great match between Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair, who have had legitimate animosity in recent times which was played up (and probably exaggerated, but there was still legitimate animosity nonetheless) in interviews ahead of the match, was reportedly produced by TJ Wilson (Tyson Kidd).

Next up was the men’s traditional Survivor Series five-on-five elimination match, which had Team Raw (Seth Rollins as the sole survivor, Austin Theory, Finn Balor, Bobby Lashley and Kevin Owens) beating Team SmackDown (Jeff Hardy, Sheamus, Drew McIntyre, King Woods and Happy Corbin), produced by Shawn Daivari, Adam Pearce and Shane Helms (The Hurricane) according to the report.

The match pitting each brand’s tag team champions against each other, which saw Raw’s RK-Bro getting the win over SmackDown’s Usos, was said to be produced by Helms.

The women’s traditional Survivor Series five-on-five elimination match, won by Team Raw (Bianca Belair as the sole survivor, Rhea Ripley, Liv Morgan, Queen Zelina and Carmella) against Team SmackDown (Shotzi, Shayna Baszler, Natalya, Sasha Banks and Toni Storm), was produced by Wilson and Pat Buck.

And the main event – SmackDown’s Universal Champion Roman Reigns beating Raw’s WWE Champion Big E – was allocated to Michael Hayes.

The 25-man Battle Royal won by Omos wasn’t listed in the report, but Battle Royals with that many people in them are usually allocated to a whole group of multiple producers.

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