5 female Superstars who should represent SmackDown and 5 who should not
- There's not too much time left for Survivor Series and all the spots on the Smackdown Women's team remain wide open.
It was made official by the Acting General Manager of Monday Night Raw Baron Corbin that Team Raw and Team SmackDown will clash in a traditional Survivor Series tag team elimination match. He also made it clear that 2 (one men's and the other women's) 5-on-5 matches will be held at Survivor Series. While the men of SmackDown have won 1 and lost 1 match to team RAW, the women of SD Live have failed to defeat the women of the flagship show on both the occasions. Asuka and Charlotte Flair who had played a huge role in RAW's two victories are now on the blue brand and so the tables might be turned on RAW this time.
I have already discussed team RAW and here are the 5 female superstars who should be a part of team SmackDown and 5 who should not:
#1 Should Be - Charlotte Flair (Captain)
Charlotte Flair put on a performance of a lifetime against Becky Lynch in a Last Woman Standing Match at WWE Evolution. The two women blew the arena's roof down in that classic match-up. However, the Nature Girl could not capture the Women's title which gave Becky a chance to represent the blue brand versus RAW's champion Ronda Rousey.
Charlotte has won both the matches she has taken part in the inter-brand warfare. She was one of the two sole survivors for Team RAW in 2016 and scored a victory for Team Blue by defeating RAW's champion Alexa Bliss in 2017. She was even offered the captaincy role by SD Live GM Paige this past week and most probably this week Charlotte would win a multi-woman match to be officially assigned the captain's position.