The next Survivor Series, one of WWE’s biggest PLEs, is just around the corner. The addition of a new match type called War Games will be something out of the ordinary at this year’s Survivor Series. Male and female War Games matches are planned for the event.
Nine women are now participating in the War Games for the female division. The two teams are Damage CTRL, Rhea Ripley, and Nikki Cross, who will face the Raw Women’s Champion Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss, Asuka, Mia Yim, and one other participant.
Although the fifth member of the second team is yet to be determined, it seems that the most likely candidate is currently in front of us. Candice LeRae will be the final face to be added to the War Games battle, according to Xero News, one of the WWE Insider news sources.
Since Candice recently suffered an injury, no one was expecting it, but it seems that she will be able to return. The War Games match for the female division appears to be complete, and WWE could announce it on next week’s episode of Raw.
The male Survivor Series War Games match had been decided
We have seen that Bloodline and Brawling Brutes are currently engaged in a very dominant conflict as a result of Bloodline’s success with the numbers game, but things will soon change for them. It appears like Drew McIntyre has joined Brutes, turning the conflict into a 4-on-5 one.
They are all competing against one another in the war games event at Survivor Series, and Kevin Owens, who was supposed to be the final member of the second team, has managed to overcome his injury and be a part of this big match at Survivor Series.
The match has the potential to go either way and would be much more thrilling to watch than anyone had ever imagined because WWE has previously made both teams appear spectacular and they both currently have a solid reputation in front of the WWE Universe.
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