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5 things WWE must do at Survivor Series and 5 things they must avoid

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What does WWE need to do at Survivor Series to make sure the pay per view is a success?
What does WWE need to do at Survivor Series to make sure the pay per view is a success?

Survivor Series - it's one of the big four pay per views of the year, and while it doesn't exactly match the excitement of WrestleMania or Summerslam, it is still the one time a year that Raw and Smackdown Live compete head to head to determine brand supremacy. With that being said, who should come out on top at the pay per view and how exactly should WWE go about it?

Beyond those pressing questions, what does WWE need to do to make sure that Survivor Series is a success and not just a B-level pay per view masquerading as the one of the big four. While that question might seem impossible to answer, there are certain things that WWE can do to send the fans home happy when Survivor Series is all said and done.

With that being said, here are five things WWE must do at the upcoming pay per view and five things the ultimately must avoid doing. As always, let us know your thoughts in the comments below and be sure to tell us what match you are must looking forward to at The Survivor Series pay per view.


Must do: Give Shinsuke Nakamura a win

It's no secret that Shinsuke Nakamura needs a win at Survivor Series!
It's no secret that Shinsuke Nakamura needs a win at Survivor Series!

Let's be honest here, Shinsuke Nakamura has made The United States title completely meaningless since winning it from Jeff Hardy, which means he is in desperate need of a momentum boost. With that in mind, and Seth Rollins, his opponent for the pay per view at an all time high as a babyface, why not let Nakamura get a win over Rollins to reinvigorate his run.

Not only will the loss mean virtually nothing to Rollins, especially if they script it in a way where he could look strong in defeat, it also gives Nakamura a big win and a chance to use that momentum to salvage his boring title reign. If nothing else, its the perfect way to help Nakamura gain some momentum back, which will be important heading into the winter months.

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