2 female superstars who should be revealed as the final member of team SmackDown and 2 who should not
Survivor Series is just 4 days away, and the match-card has been altered a lot in the past two days. Daniel Bryan won the WWE title to replace AJ Styles in his match against Brock Lesnar, while Becky Lynch had to replace herself with Charlotte Flair due to injury.
This also means that Flair will no longer be a part of team SmackDown at Survivor Series, leaving the fifth spot on the team vacant.
The current 5-on-5 traditional Survivor Series female tag team elimination match line-up is as follows - Team RAW (Mickie James, Nia Jax, Tamina Snuka, Ruby Riott, and Natalya ) vs Team SmackDown Live (Naomi, Asuka, Sonya Deville, Carmella, and TBD). Team RAW looks quite strong and may walk away with the victory.
However, team SD Live needs to field 5 female superstars in order to avoid an early deficit in the match. Here are the 2 female superstars who should be revealed as the final member of team SmackDown and 2 who should not.
#1 Should be - Nikki Cross
Nikki Cross who is the lone female member of SmackDown's faction SAnitY, made her in-ring debut on the blue brand during the UK special episode. She squared off against SD Live Women's Champion, Becky Lynch, in a classic match-up, but tapped out to the DisArm-her.
Cross could be revealed as the final member of the SD Live team, and given the talent she possesses, this might be the perfect launch-pad for her. The SmackDown women's division is stacked, and for Nikki Cross to make an impact, she needs to be on the team at Survivor Series.