Shield vs New Day WWE Survivor Series 2017 Live Streame Online. WWE Survivor Series 2017: Predictions, how to watch, preview, more WWE Survivor Series 2017 has undergone many changes to its card in recent weeks.
One of the two dream matches on the card will see two of the greatest stables in the last decade put on a guaranteed classic. The six-man tag team match will be the first PPV match of the Hounds of Justice in over 3 years and a loss is the last thing the WWE would want.
New Day, on the other hand, has reached a phase in their careers as a unit that a loss doesn’t hurt their popularity or momentum.That’s the biggest reason why WWE have refrained from breaking up the stable regarded as the cash-cow of the promotion.
The Shield is going over in this one with no unforeseen twists (heel turns) expected to happen.
WWE Survivor Series 2017 has undergone many changes to its card in recent weeks, but the pay-per-view’s final lineup is a tremendous one that includes a dream match between AJ Styles and Brock Lesnar and in-ring appearances from Kurt Angle, John Cena and Triple H.
For the second time since the WWE launched its latest brand split, the Raw and SmackDown rosters are facing off in a program of matches at Survivor Series.
There are a number of dream matches on the card, from AJ Styles taking on Brock Lesnar, to The New Day in a six-man tag match against The Shield. Oh, and that men’s 5-on-5 Survivor Series match is simply loaded (Shinsuke Nakamura staring down Triple H sounds amazing).
Are you hyped for Survivor Series or what? The last big PPV of the year is almost here and a stacked card has ensured that the excitement levels are at its peak.
The David vs. Goliath showdown between Brock Lesnar and AJ Styles will headline the show that includes a star-studded Traditional Elimination match for undisputed brand supremacy, some marquee champion vs. champion matches and the clash between two of the greatest factions of the new era.
On paper, the show has all the making of being the best PPV of the year and possibly, the greatest Survivor Series edition of all time.
So before it all gets underway in a few hours, here are the final predictions for Survivor Series 2017:
After all, WWE is reportedly cutting back on the number of pay-per-views in 2018, meaning that there will be fewer chances for the stars of Raw and SmackDown to shine on Sunday nights. Of course, Survivor Series is also the last dual-branded show we’ll get until The Royal Rumble in 2018, so WWE will need to ensure that whatever happens this Sunday is good enough to keep fans interested in the happening on both brands going forward.