WWE Survivor Series Kickoff Show
The WWE will begin broadcasting the Survivor Series Kickoff Show at 5PM ET on the WWE Network. As of now, the only reported game for your kickoff series is the next:
10 vs 10 Tag-Team Elimination Match: RAW vs SmackDown
Within this arrangement, if a single member of a tag-team gets eliminated then the other member of the group might have to leave.
Coming into this game, Team RAW (+300) is the significant underdog, and rightfully so. The Red Brand has the next 5 teams competing: Roode & Gable, The Revival, Lucha House Party, The Ascension, and The B-Team.
For Team SmackDown (-420), they have the following groups competing: The Usos, New Day, Gallows and Anderson, The Colons, and Sanity. All 5 of these teams could direct Team RAW.
Robert Roode could be the best wrestler out of the 20 competitors, but he’s captaining a team that’s just awful. It is a further illustration of the way the WWE has done very little with their tag-team branch on RAW. Aside from AOP as well as The Revival, this branch is terrible.
Considering SmackDown’s tag-team roster, they easily have some of the best talent in the company. The New Day and The Usos are at the top of the label rankings. What’s more, Gallows and Anderson have been champs and Sanity is becoming a leading faction on The Blue Brand. There’s no way that the WWE can justify SmackDown losing along with the oddsmakers feel exactly the same. I believe RAW may be able to earn this a competitive game, however SmackDown is too hot and talented to lose. I wouldn’t be shocked if the Usos and New Day were left as the winners.
WWE Bet: Team SmackDown (-420)
WWE Survivor Series Main Card
The Survivor Series PPV is set to broadcast at 7 PM ET on the WWE Network and PPV. These matches are officially confirmed for the case:
WWE Cruiserweight Title Match: Murphy (-305) vs Ali (+225)
There is still a possibility that the WWE moves this match to the Kickoff Show. Regardless of where it airs on this event, the Cruiserweight title match will surely deliver the goods. Cruiserweight champ Buddy Murphy won the name at Super Show-Down facing the fellow Australian countrymen. He was able to conquer Cedric Alexander in a good game. Since that time, Murphy has stood tall above the remainder of the 205 Live contest.
In order to find the right contender, GM Drake Maverick created a #1 contender’s match between Tony Neese and Mustafa Ali. In a hard fought battle, Ali came off as the victor and will now challenge Murphy for its belt.
If you’ve followed WWE 205 Live since the start, then you will remember that Murphy and Ali wear arguably the best game this show has ever seen. On July 3, 2018, Ali and Murphy fought at a No DQ match that had everyone talking and broke Twitter.
As a fan, I can only hope they recapture that magical. If so, then those two will steal the series. For the bet, I’m going with Murphy. He lost to Ali in July, so I believe he’s likely to get the satisfaction of getting his hand raised as the winner and walk out of LA still the Cruiserweight champ.