WWE Survivor Series 2021: Men & Women team for Survivor Series revealed- The men & women team for Survivor Series is out. The teams got declared on Sunday (Saturday in India) for the traditional 5-on-5 elimination tag-team match.
Talking about the men’s team, Team Red (WWE Raw) will be represented by Seth Rollins, Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, Rey Mysterio & Dominik Mysterio. The 5 members of Team Blue (WWE Smackdown) include Drew McIntyre, King Woods, Jeff Hardy, Sami Zayn, and Happy Corbin.
WWE Survivor Series 2021: Women’s team also declared
Apart from the men’s team, the women’s team for both WWE Raw and WWE Smackdown is declared too. Team Red consists of Bianca Belair, Rhea Ripley, Carmella, Liv Morgan & Queen Zelina. Meanwhile, Team Blue will feature Shayna Baszler, Shotzi, Sasha Banks, and Aliyah, who is yet to make her Smackdown in-ring debut.
WWE Survivor Series 2021: Co-existence will be the key
The battle of brands can only be won if the teams co-exist. Personal rifts among superstars, especially in the Smackdown Women’s Team and Raw men’s team, could lead to the downfall of both the teams.
The animosity between the two teams could lead them to the dump, which obviously none of the teams would want. Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens are currently involved in a heated rivalry they are not expected to be on the same page at the Survivor Series PPV. Therefore, this could lead to the downfall of the men’s Team Raw.
WWE Survivor Series 2021: Men & Women teams for 5-on-5 Elimination Tag-Team Match declared, check here
Talking about Smackdown’s women’s team, Shotzi has all of a sudden turned on The Boss Sasha Banks. The newbie of Smackdown brutally assaulted Sasha Banks two weeks back on Smackdown after losing her bout to Charlotte Flair.
Shotzi blamed The Boss for losing her bout against the Smackdown Women’s Champion and released her resentment on the Banks. Smackdown Women’s Team looks a bit rusty and vulnerable against their counterparts. Therefore they would need to have Sasha Banks and Shotzi working on the same page.