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WWE Survivor Series 2017: 5 possible finishes for Enzo Amore vs. Kalisto

Danny Hart
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Enzo Amore left 205 Live with a face full of Kalisto's birthday cake

Enzo Amore and Kalisto will settle their differences once and for all when they meet in a match for the Cruiserweight Championship on the Survivor Series kickoff show.

Two of the biggest stars of the cruiserweight division have been feuding ever since Kalisto joined the 205 Live roster in October and quickly became the champion by defeating Enzo in the main event of Raw the following week.

You can follow Sportskeeda's live updates and coverage of Survivor Series 2017 right here.

His reign didn’t last long – 13 days in total – as “Smacktalker Skywalker” cheated to regain the title at the TLC pay-per-view in October, becoming a two-time Cruiserweight champion in the process.

Will Enzo be up to his old tricks again on Sunday? Or will we see the title change hands for the sixth time in three months? In this article, we look at five possible finishes to the match at Survivor Series.


#1. Neville returns, causing a no contest

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Neville hasn't had a match in WWE since September

This time last month, Neville appeared to be gone from WWE. He reportedly walked out of the company after refusing to lose to Enzo Amore on Raw and he has since been edited out of the 205 Live intro.

However, a recent report from PW Insider claimed that “The King of the Cruiserweights” has had promising discussions with WWE and we could see him back on our screens before the end of the month – and maybe even before the end of this week.

If that’s true, then the former Cruiserweight champion could turn up at Survivor Series to exact some revenge on Enzo, who he lost his title to at No Mercy in September, or he could send a message to the entire division by also taking out Kalisto.

Neville showed signs of being a ‘good guy’ before his recent absence, but in his role as the dastardly Brit who cares about nobody but himself and nothing but his championship, he can never be classed as a true ‘babyface’, so don’t be surprised if we see that heel side to him when he returns.

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