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5 Superstars that deserve a strong booking ahead of Survivor Series

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4.44K   //    20 Oct 2016, 20:48 IST
WWE has to look beyond Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks

2016 is currently in its twilight. It has been a roller coaster year for WWE and one of the last major stops for the company would be Survivor Series. As the last pay-per-view in the 'Big-four' category, Survivor Series comes in with a lot of hype and this, in turn, adds pressure on the shoulders of WWE creative to deliver.

This importance coupled with the historic significance makes Survivor Series a pay-per-view where careers could change, making it the ideal platform for superstars to shine. There are a handful of superstars on the current WWE roster that deserves a better booking heading into the show and in this list; we are going to take a look at them.

#5 Nia Jax

Nia Jax has been booked strongly till now 

The women’s division of Monday Night Raw is going through a revolutionary period. Charlotte and Sasha Banks are set to be the first female performers to wrestle under the Hell in a Cell stipulation and they could even main event the pay-per-view as well. However, the problem is: the division is highly dependent on Sasha and Charlotte now.

Hell in a Cell matches are supposed to be the blow off of major feuds and the war between Charlotte and Sasha should be ended at the show itself. This leaves the Women’s division wide open for someone new to step up and challenge for the title.

Nia Jax comes in as a solid candidate. She has been booked strongly so far and with a traditional elimination match to take place at Survivor Series, Nia could shine brighter.

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An engineer by luck and a sports writer by passion, Renjith has been covering various sports for almost half a decade. He has received praise from the likes of WWE superstars Paul Heyman and Natalya for his work and is constantly looking out for creative challenges that excite him while finding beauty in the art of Combat Sports.
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