The 30th annual Survivor Series is just a few hours away, and the hype for the pay per view has peaked. The Air Canada Centre, Toronto will play host to a night of action packed wrestling where we will see the RAW and SmackDown brands go head to head for supremacy.
The card will also feature The Brian Kendrick taking on Kalisto for the Cruiserweight Championship where the fate of the entire Cruiserweight division hangs in the balance. Sami Zayn will have a chance to redeem his career against the Miz and bring the prestigious Intercontinental title to Monday Night RAW. But the biggest match of the night will feature the Beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar taking on the WCW veteran Goldberg in a match billed as the Fantasy Warfare Clash.
Team Raw Vs. Team SmackDown Live
This is one of the toughest matches to predict on the card. Both teams seem to be equally balanced, with the exception of Gallows and Anderson of Team RAW who have given subtle hints of stabbing their partners in the back. Despite this, team RAW is a better pick for this match because of the hugely popular names of the New Day and Enzo and Cass. SmackDown has looked pale in comparison to RAW when it comes to the tag team division, and this match is no different.
Given that team RAW wins, Enzo and Cass should be the sole survivors giving the duo huge moment going into Royal Rumble and WrestleMania. It’s almost been a year, and they are the most over tag team in the roster. Give them the belts already WWE.
Winner: Team RAW
Brock Lesnar Vs. Goldberg
Goldberg has said time and again that this match is a one-time thing. Moreover, there are rumours that he is heading into the pay per view with a tweaked shoulder. And a man who hasn’t had a match against in 12 years coming in and taking down the most dominant wrestler on the planet just doesn’t seem to fit in.
WWE has been building up Lesnar as the most destructive force and taking down Goldberg should just be another formality for Brock. This might keep Lesnar’s dominant heel run intact till WrestleMania, when Shinsuke Nakamura, who incidentally dropped the NXT title to Samoa Joe at TakeOver last night, comes knocking on Brock’s door.
Winner: Brock Lesnar