2021 WWE Survivor Series Live Stream: predictions, card, matches, start time, PPV preview, date, location

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2021 WWE Survivor Series Live. WWE wraps up its 2021 PPV schedule on Saturday night in Brooklyn with a staple of their traditional slate. Survivor Series lands in New York with the top stars of both Raw and SmackDown battling it out for “brand supremacy” in the latest edition of the second oldest PPV WWE puts on with regularity.

That pattern continues at 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 21, when the best of the best from Monday nights battle the best of the best from Friday for brand supremacy. It all takes place like on the

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In the main event, universal champion Roman Reigns will represent SmackDown when he takes on WWE champion Big E from Raw. On the women’s side, SmackDown champion Charlotte Flair will take on Raw champion Becky Lynch. Add to that a pair of five-on-five matches in Survivor Series tradition and there’s a stacked event planned, even without any championship stakes.

Let’s take a look at how we believe Survivor Series will play out on Sunday.

2021 WWE Survivor Series predictions

Universal Champion Roman Reigns vs. WWE Champion Big E

Reigns has drawn out the fury of Big E after attacks on New Day’s Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods. The Usos have also executed a few attacks on Big E before he got the last word after a six-man tag match, hitting Jey with a Big Ending and saying there’d be an ICU bed waiting for Reigns in Brooklyn. If WWE could be trusted to do the right thing at any given moment, this would be a good night for Reigns to take a loss and it to set off a spiral that freshens up his character as the act is quickly getting stale. That said..

SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair vs. Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch

To say Flair isn’t exactly in the best graces of everyone in and outside the locker room in WWE is an understatement at this point. Lynch, unsurprisingly, is the woman WWE has thrown everything behind since returning from her leave to give birth to her daughter. Also, if you’re rolling with Reigns to win the battle of the top men’s champions, Raw will likely get the win in the showdown of the top women.

Team Raw (Seth Rollins, Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, Austin Theory, Bobby Lashley) vs. Team SmackDown (Drew McIntyre, Xavier Woods, Jeff Hardy, Happy Corbin, 1 TBA)

The five-on-five matches are difficult to predict, especially when one member of a team is not revealed. The secret here may well be McIntyre and Woods on the SmackDown side. Woods as King of the Ring has good storyline momentum and McIntyre is being positioned as one of the remaining men who could challenge Reigns for the universal title. Rollins already has a title shot locked up and doesn’t benefit much from a win anyway. The match coming down to Lashley vs. McIntyre and letting McIntyre get the win after Lashley dominated their rivalry earlier in the year makes sense to boost McIntyre toward a title shot on his end.

Team Raw (Bianca Belair, Rhea Ripley, Liv Morgan, Carmella, Zelina Vega) vs. Team SmackDown (Sasha Banks, Shotzi, Shayna Baszler, Natalya, 1 TBA)

That one TBA stands out again for the women’s five-on-five. In storyline, that spot makes sense to be filled by Naomi, who keeps fighting for opportunities as WWE official Sonya Deville screws her over. The Raw side feels a bit stronger, but strength doesn’t really matter in the end so much as who benefits most from winning. Morgan has earned a title shot at Lynch and it would be smart to have survive the match to build up her resume ahead of that match

Intercontinental Champion Shinsuke Nakamura vs. United States Champion Damian Priest  

Nakamura’s title reign has been forgettable. He has a single televised title defense (TV or PPV) since winning the belt on Aug. 13. Priest has been far more active with defenses of his belt, defending five times in that same stretch. Priest is also in the middle of a character overhaul, no longer operating as the smiling good guy and instead being a destroyer with a mean streak. It’s hard to see this going any direction other than a Priest victory.

Raw Tag Team Champions RK-Bro vs. SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos

This match is maybe the hardest to call on the entire show. RK-Bro are one of the better acts in WWE, providing a mix of comedy and wrestling that is more effective than most of the current WWE efforts to mix the two in the “modern era.” The Usos are tied to Reigns, which has made them more or less bulletproof. It feels like Riddle’s tendency to bumble his way into mistakes gives the easiest play for how either team loses.

WWE Survivor Series full match card

  • Men’s Survivor Series: Team Raw (Seth Rollins, Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, Bobby Lashley and Austin Theory) vs. Team SmackDown (Drew McIntyre, King Xavier Woods, Jeff Hardy, Happy Corbin and Sheamus)
  • Women’s Survivor Series: Team Raw (Bianca Belair, Rhea Ripley, Liv Morgan, Queen Zelina and Carmella) vs. Team SmackDown (Sasha Banks, Shayna Baszler, Shotzi, Natalya and Toni Storm)
  • Champion vs. Champion: Becky Lynch (Raw Women’s Champion) vs. Charlotte Flair (SmackDown Women’s Champion)
  • Champion vs. Champion: Big E (WWE Champion) vs. Roman Reigns (Universal Champion
  • Champion vs. Champion: Damian Priest (US Champion) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura (Intercontinental Champion)
  • Champions vs. Champions: RK-Bro (Raw Tag Team Champions) vs. The Usos (SmackDown Tag Team Champions)
  • 25-man Battle Royal to celebrate The Rock’s WWE anniversary: Ricochet, T-BAR, Mansoor, Cesaro, Montez Ford, Angelo Dawkins, Erik, Ivar, R-Truth, Drew Gulak, AJ Styles, Omos, Sami Zayn, Humberto, Angel, Apollo Crews, Commander Azeez, Otis, Chad Gable, Shelton Benjamin, Cedric Alexander, Dolph Ziggler, Robert Roode, Jinder Mahal and Shanky

What can you expect from WWE Survivor Series?

As we said, the build hasn’t been too strong for Survivor Series – but it could be a sleeper show in terms of match quality even if the stakes aren’t raised beyond ‘brand supremacy’.

Although Roman Reigns will likely beat Big E, this could be a moment where the WWE Champion overcomes the Tribal Chief – with the help of Xavier Woods, maybe? – and deals him a rare win.

Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair have some real life issues with each other simmering under the surface which makes their bout a fascinating prospect, and a winner almost as impossible to predict as the way it’ll pan out.

The Usos could lose to RK-Bro here to add another crack in The Bloodline as we approach the New Year, Royal Rumble and WrestleMania season, while Damian Priest should beat Shinsuke Nakamura in their bout.

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