With WWE Crown Jewel now in the rear view mirror, we move ahead to WWE’s next premium live event, Survivor Series WarGames.
WWE is set to bring the WCW and NXT staple to the main roster for the first time ever, with a men’s and women’s WarGames match set to take place in Boston.
Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns defended his title against Logan Paul at WWE Crown Jewel last night (November 5), which led to speculation that he would not be participating on the show.
That speculation was put to bed during Crown Jewel, when the advert for Survivor Series confirmed that 10 people would feature in each match, confirming that the matches would be 5 vs 5 rather than the 4 vs 4 tradition that NXT had.
Roman Reigns also featured during the show’s advert, confirming that he will be on the show.
WWE has now released the official poster for the event, featuring a badass picture of the entire Bloodline, including Honorary Uce Sami Zayn.
The Survivor Series: WarGames poster is incredible. pic.twitter.com/VvT4gmF3h8
— Wrestle Features (@WrestleFeatures) November 6, 2022
Survivor Series is slated to be the final WWE premium live event of 2022, with no events slated after the show until the Royal Rumble in January.
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