10 WWE Superstars who are most likely to betray their brand at Survivor Series 2017
WWE Survivor Series 2017 is drawing ever closer and the Monday Night Raw General Manager, Kurt Angle, and SmackDown LIVE Commissioner, Shane McMahon, will be meticulously picking their teams to represent Team Red and Team Blue as they do battle against each other.
However, If I were Shane McMahon or Kurt Angle, I'd be very careful about who I put in my 5 vs. 5 traditional Survivor Series teams as the pay-per-view has a history for shock betrayals and unexpected allegiances being formed.
So, to help Shane and Kurt out, I've taken it upon myself to list the ten current WWE Superstars who are almost guaranteed to turn on their own brand and side with the other team.
#10 Sami Zayn
Starting with the most obvious, Sami Zayn is clearly going to prove to be a thorn in Shane McMahon's side as he attempts to assert brand supremacy and prove to Kurt Angle that SmackDown LIVE is better than Monday Night Raw.
Sami Zayn might not currently be on the SmackDown Survivor Series team following a losing effort to Randy Orton to qualify for one of the five spots available, but if for whatever reason Sami Zayn does make it onto team SmackDown, it's incredibly likely he will find a way to ruin things from the inside.
Another possible option is that Sami Zayn makes a complete brand switch (again) and joins Team Raw to openly fight against Shane McMahon at Survivor Series, which would make things extremely interesting.