The WWE pay-per-view schedule is loaded right now, and with Super Show-Down, Evolution and Crown Jewel set to air over the next few weeks, it’s easy to forget that we’re getting closer and closer to the annual Survivor Series PPV.
Over the last few years, Survivor Series has focused on brand rivalry by placing Raw Superstars in matches against SmackDown Live Superstars, but it doesn’t sound like that will be the case this year.
According to WrestleVotes, there’s talk that Survivor Series won’t be focused on Raw vs. SmackDown. As far as traditional Survivor Series matches go, WWE may end up booking a Team Angle vs. Team Corbin match with control of Raw on the line.
Hearing that Survivor Series won’t be focused to much, if at all, on RAW vs SmackDown this year. Good chance at a Team Corbin vs Team Angle matchup for RAW control.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) October 3, 2018
Kurt Angle has been off WWE programming ever since Stephanie McMahon sent him on a forced vacation, he’s expected to return soon.
It’s also rumored that Shawn Michaels could be working a big singles match at Survivor Series this year.