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WWE Survivor Series 2019: 4 Botches and mistakes you missed as part of the show

Published Nov 25, 2019
Nov 25, 2019 IST

Survivor Series was full of botches this year
Survivor Series was full of botches this year

Survivor Series this year made history by including NXT for the first time, but the developmental brand was at an obvious disadvantage since they competed in Chicago just hours ago inside War Games.

Despite this, there were a number of stars like Rhea Ripley, Undisputed Era, Candice LeRae, Io Shirai, Matt Riddle, Keith Lee, Kevin Owens, Bianca Belair and Shayna Baszler who all competed as part of both shows.

WWE's main roster knew exactly what they had to follow after the performance of NXT last night but whilst there were only a handful of mistakes on last night's show, Survivor Series included a number of shocking botches from some of the most surprising stars.

#4. Shawn Michaels reads the card in the wrong order

Shawn Michaels joined the kickoff show panel
Shawn Michaels joined the kickoff show panel

The first botch of the night saw Shawn Michaels join the kickoff show panel as he built up the match between all three brands as Raw, SmackDown and NXT's chosen five men would all go head to head in the traditional Survivor Series match.

Because of last night's War Games, NXT left it to the very last minute to announce their men's team and it fell to Michaels to make the official announcement. Michaels stated that Damien Priest and Matt Riddle were part of the show before the graphic came up showing NXT UK Champion Walter and Keith Lee. The last star to be announced for the match was Tommaso Ciampa, but by the time the names came out of the hat they were already shown on the screen and it appeared that Michaels had got some of his lines backward.

Charly Caruso later followed this error up by stating that NXT were the ones who picked up the first victory of the night before she was corrected by Jonathan Coachman who informed her that it was actually Bobby Roode and Dolph Ziggler from SmackDown who won the battle royal.

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