This week on Monday Night Raw, WWE announced another match for the upcoming Survivor Series pay-per-view that is set for later this month.
It was announced that United States Champion AJ Styles will take on Intercontinental Champion Shinsuke Nakamura and NXT North American Champion Roderick Strong in a triple threat match.
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The match is certainly mouth-watering, and fans are very excited to see the three immensely talented workers square off on pay-per-view later this month.
However, Bryan Alvarez is reporting on Wrestling Observer Live that the match might be changed closer to the pay-per-view:
“So yesterday we were going through the Survivor Series card and I told you the Shinsuke Nakamura, AJ Styles, and Roderick Strong match may be changed. There was a plan to change that match, but as of today the plan has changed. So, right now that match is still on. Now, who knows what will happen by the time Survivor Series rolls around, but right now that match is on.”
Last week on Smackdown, WWE replaced The Revival with New Day in the triple threat tag match with Undisputed Era and The Viking Raiders when Big E and Kofi won the tag titles.
WWE could easily have Strong, Nakamura or Styles drop their title, inserting a new person into the match for the pay-per-view.
Let’s hope WWE keeps this match as it is. Styles, Nakamura and Strong have the chance to steal the show if they are allowed to put on a quality match.