WWE Survivor Series 2021: Could this be the last PPV event for Kevin Owens in WWE? Check details here

WWE Survivor Series 2021: Could this be the last PPV event for Kevin Owens in WWE? Check details here
WWE Survivor Series 2021: Could this be the last PPV event for Kevin Owens in WWE? Check details here

WWE Survivor Series 2021: Will this be the last WWE PPV for Kevin Owens?- Former Universal Champion and one of the vital members of Team Raw heading into Survivor Series for the 5-on-5 elimination tag-team match Kevin Owens’ WWE contract is set to expire in January 2022.

As per Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful Select, WWE restructured several WWE contracts ahead of the pandemic, and somehow, Kevin Owens’ WWE deal will expire in January 2022. What does it mean? It means, with no more PPVs scheduled for 2021, this Sunday’s Survivor Series could perhaps be the last PPV event for the former Universal Champion.

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WWE Survivor Series 2021: Kevin Owens’ WWE contract set to expire in January 2022

Speculations have been mounting over Kevin’s stay in WWE as many believe when his contract expires, he won’t renew it and head to any other promotion. Recently, former AEW Champion Kenny Omega, who lost his title to “Hangman” Adam Page at AEW Full Gear last week, posted a video on his official Twitter account. In the video, he was seen fighting Kevin Owens (Kevin Steen) 12 years back at an Indie event named Battle of Los Angeles. You can check the video below,

WWE Survivor Series 2021: Could this be the last PPV event for Kevin Owens in WWE? Check details here

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Omega defeated Kevin Steen aka Kevin Owens in that match, and also it was mentioned in the tweet that the two guys have only faced each other twice in their career. Omega captioned, “I robbed this guy. I’m sure he wants a part 3.” This Tweet has actually fueled the speculations of Kevin leaving WWE as soon as his contract is revoked. 

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WWE Survivor Series 2021: WWE Day 1 is another PPV where Kevin Owens finally could feature

For the first time in history, WWE is set to host a PPV event on New Year’s day, i.e., WWE Day 1. The PPV event would be airing live from the Philips Arena in Atlanta.  

The PPV event is on the very first day of 2022, and we hope to see Kevin Owens featuring in what could be his final WWE PPV event before his contract is terminated. Stay tuned with us for the latest updates on Kevin’s final WWE status.