5 potential finishes for Alexa Bliss and Natalya at Survivor Series 2017
At the 2017 Survivor Series, the current Raw women's champion, Alexa Bliss, will square off against the current Smackdown Live women's champion, Natalya. There has been very little interaction between the champions, and when Raw was under siege by Smackdown Live, Natalya was on the offensive, but Bliss retreated and avoided the fight.
At Survivor Series, current Raw champions will face current Smackdown Live champions in a total of three matches. This one is a rather strange match-up as both champions are heels, so there is no fan favorite to pull for.
Who do fans support, and who ends up getting a win for their respective brand? What will happen and who will be affected? That still remains to be seen. What we can suggest is that this match could have a rather interesting result. Who will walk away as the winner and who will simply just walk away?
Here are five potential finishes for the Alexa Bliss and Natalya match up at Survivor Series.
#5 Bliss wins by pinfall with the aid of the Smackdown Live women's team
We could certainly see the match between Little Miss Bliss and the Queen of Hearts resulting in the younger champion prevailing over the experienced veteran. Bliss walking away the winner could occur because the rest of the women on the Smackdown Live roster are completely tired of Natalya's behavior, and decide to revolt against the champion.
During the weeks leading up to Survivor Series, Natalya has threatened the rest of the Smackdown Live women's division and said that if they lose their five on five match, it will be Charlotte's fault.
So, we could see Charlotte come out and show support for Natalya, along with Becky Lynch and Naomi, only to cost Natalya her chance at defeating the Goddess. She certainly would be motivated in causing Natalya to lose, and it would set up the next opportunity for Charlotte to contend for the Smackdown Live women's championship.
In the end, it could very well be possible that Bliss wins via pinfall with the help of the Smackdown Live women's roster.