3 Things WWE subtly told us by booking Brock Lesnar vs Rey Mysterio for the WWE Championship at Survivor Series
The past week has produced some top notch WWE action, as the WWE Universe has been treated to something fresh and new on every show this week. From Crown Jewel to Monday Night RAW, the thing to love about the build to Survivor Series so far has been the unpredictability related to the Tri-Brand faceoff. Anything can happen at any given point in time and the Survivor Series card is building up to something incredible.
One match that was added to the Survivor Series card this week on RAW was a WWE Championship bout between Brock Lesnar and Rey Mysterio. This is a continuation of what transpired at Crown Jewel, as Mysterio gave Lesnar quite the beating after his victory over Cain Velasquez. Mysterio got the better of Lesnar again this week on RAW, as he battered the WWE Champion with a pipe.
In this article, we are going to take a look at three things WWE subtly told us by making the Survivor Series match between Lesnar and Mysterio official.
#3 WWE Creative is trying to book dream matches for Survivor Series
So far, there are three confirmed matches for the upcoming Survivor Series pay-per-view. These include Brock Lesnar vs Rey Mysterio for the WWE Championship, Becky Lynch vs Shayna Baszler vs Bayley in a Triple Threat Match, and The Viking Raiders vs Undisputed Era (Kyle O' Reilly and Bobby Fish) vs The Revival in a Triple Threat Tag Team Match.
Just think about the aforementioned bouts and ponder the incredible action the WWE Universe will witness in these three matches alone. The Women's Triple Threat Match and the Triple Threat Tag Team Match are bonafide dream matches and the same can definitely be said about Rey Mysterio vs Brock Lesnar.
Brock Lesnar and Rey Mysterio are two of wrestling's all-time legends and are sure to one day be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. Their size difference and contrasting styles make the bout even more interesting, as the two get set for fantasy warfare that is typical for a WWE video game. To see this bout in real life is truly nothing short of a dream.
Survivor Series is all about dream matches, at least that's what WWE is trying to tell us in how their currently booking November's big pay-per-view.