The pre-show is now confirmed to be two hours long, beginning at 5pm ET, leading into the main show at 7pm ET.
On Sunday Nov. 22, Survivor Series will stream live at 7 ET/4 PT on the award-winning WWE Network, with a special Survivor Series Kickoff Show beginning at 5 ET/2 PT on WWE.com, the award-winning WWE Network, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and Twitch.
In past years we’ve seen a number of matches on the pre-show for Survivor Series. The event tends to have a loaded card with all the champions from each brand facing off and more.
NXT won’t be involved this year though, but it has been confirmed that – excluding the 24/7 and Women’s Tag Team – there will be Raw champion vs SmackDown champion matches, as well both traditional men’s and women’s brand vs brand elimination tag matches.
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