3 Interesting Facts Ahead of Survivor Series 2018
- Survivor Series is just a week away, but are you aware of these three interesting facts before the event begins?
Survivor Series is just around the corner and we are sure in for a treat as one of the best shows of the year is ready to take us into the final few days of the year.
Survivor Series is a much-anticipated event because it gives fans a taste of Brand War where we see wrestlers from Raw and SmackDown go head to head.
Even though the same wrestlers have fought each other before while on the same brand, the kick that they are fighting on different brands makes the event all the more enjoyable.
Just like the years before, we will see Champions take on Champions in a battle for brand supremacy and the traditional 5-on-5 tag team elimination matches which gives us ten or more of the best wrestlers in the business competing in one ring under one roof.
With that said, there are some interesting facts about Survivor Series 2018 which we have dug up for our readers. Take a look at three interesting things that you must know before the start of the event.
#3 Third Survivor Series team picks in a row
This Survivor Series will see two well-known wrestlers return to the ring in the Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination match for the third consecutive year.
Shane McMahon, the commissioner of SmackDown Live, will compete in his third consecutive Survivor Series event in the 5-on-5 elimination match.
He was part of Team Smackdown in 2016, 2017, and will be a part of the match again in 2018 after he won the World Cup at Crown Jewel and returned to in-ring competition.
Team Raw will also see a member of its roster return for the third year in a row for the same match. The superstar is none other than The Monster Among Men Braun Strowman who has been a part of the elimination match for three consecutive years now as he has failed to win any championships in the WWE.
Strowman helped Team Raw win the match last year by scoring three eliminations of Team SmackDown wrestlers and was the last man standing next to teammate Triple H.