The WWE has once again set up shop in Saudi Arabia this today with Crown Jewel now underway. While this show should be entertaining, it’s not too early to look at the next pay-per-view.
WWE’s next pay-per-view will be Survivor Series, coming live from Allstate Arena in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont, IL, on Saturday, November 25. This will be the 24th WWE ppv to take place at the venue and the third time Survivor Series has emanated from there. Survivor Series is one of the WWE’s annual “Big Five” ppv’s and is traditionally the company’s showcase event of the fall. The show usually has an “All-Star Game” feel to it as traditionally, the main draw of the event has been tag team elimination matches of varying forms.
As of now, no matches have been announced for the event, but recent months of WWE television have given an indication of who could be involved in this year’s elimination matches. The Bloodline is still dominating Smackdown while the Judgement Day has been the central force of Monday Night Raw in recent months. Last year’s show was built around men’s and women’s WarGames matches and while there has been no indication that the gimmick will return this year, it wouldn’t be a surprise if an announcement is made in the coming weeks.