#3: Bayley and Natalya became the final two members of the women's WWE SmackDown Survivor Series team; Otis announced as the final member of the men's SmackDown team, instead of Big E
It's a mystery why WWE chose to include Otis - someone who has already lost his opportunity - on Team SmackDown instead of Big E, who has been impressive on the Blue brand in recent memory.
Apparently, Adam Pearce has the power to make such decisions in a kayfabe capacity, but he can only pick one member on either team for WWE SmackDown. Over on the Red brand, Pearce did pick the majority of the RAW women's Survivor Series team, but the rules are supposedly different when it comes to the Blue brand, for some reason.
Before this week, Natalya had lost multiple opportunities to qualify for Team SmackDown, but she made it in at the last minute thanks to her victory over Tamina. After the match, it looked like the women over on SmackDown were more united in comparison to RAW.
Even the men on the Red brand haven't managed to co-exist together, but if united together, they hold a great advantage over the men from SmackDown at Survivor Series 2020.