WWE Survivor Series 2016: 5 possible endings for 5-on-5 men’s match
After the short gap, Survivor Series will be playing host to the brand war between Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live. WWE has lined up three traditional elimination matches for Survivor Series and the most hyped one is indeed the 5-on-5 men’s match. Main event level stars from both brands will be battling it out on Sunday night and the match also marks the in-ring return of Shane McMahon.
Due to the sheer amount of subplots that WWE has in this match and the different array of superstars involved, the creative team could come up with a wide variety of possible endings.
Just like we took a look at the possible ways in which Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar could end, in this list, we are going to list down the possible endings for the 5-on-5 men’s match at Survivor Series.
#5 Roman, the sole survivor
Roman Reigns being the sole survivor on Sunday night would be a polarising decision but since we are talking about WWE, it is certainly a possibility. Reigns has been receiving a strong push ever since he came into the United States championship scene and the chances of this run stopping is low.
The decision might end the match with a shower of jeers, but from the incidents that have happened in the past, we have learnt that WWE rarely cares about such things. Having such an ending would also set Reigns up perfectly for the rumoured WWE Universal feud that he could have against Kevin Owens after Survivor Series.