With Survivor Series getting closer by the day, the men’s traditional tag team match is starting to take shape. Now, we know we will get a pair of qualifying matches on SmackDown.
The first match will see Otis take on Seth Rollins and one will advance to represent SmackDown at the pay per view. Here is the official preview of the match from WWE.com:
“No one can doubt that Otis has had a rough go of it lately. He lost Mandy Rose to Raw, the Money in the Bank contract to The Miz and even his best friend Tucker.
Since journeying to Friday nights, The SmackDown Savior has looked to forge a new path and lead the blue brand to greatness, bringing further chaos to the Mysterio family in the process.
Can Otis change his luck in a Survivor Series Qualifying Match? Or will Rollins walk among the elite in the battle to determine the best of the best?”
On the other hand, Rey Mysterio and Baron Corbin will also battle to represent SmackDown.
“When taking into account his extensive history with SmackDown, it would no doubt be a great honor for Rey Mysterio to qualify for the blue brand’s Men’s Survivor Series Team. Standing in his way, however, will be the always dangerous King Corbin, who has shown time and again that he will stop at nothing to achieve victory. But who has what it takes to qualify and represent SmackDown against Raw at Survivor Series?”
Kevin Owens and Jey Uso are the two participants who have previously qualified to represent SmackDown at Survivor Series. On the other side, Sheamus, AJ Styles, Keith Lee and Braun Strowman will be representing Raw.
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