After the split between the two brands and the abolishment of the "Wild Card Rule," the upcoming Survivor Series is the only place where WWE can end its crossover storylines. Seeing the storylines of many WWE superstars, the Survivor Series PPV seemed to focus on many revelries between RAW and SmackDown. However, WWE recently dropped a commercial which reveals that NXT would be added to the mix for one of WWE's biggest PPVs of the year.
The third most famous show of WWE is gaining popularity day by day and now officials have decided to take it to a whole new level. The PPV will give the show and its incredible wrestlers the exposure they need. Some even think that the decision to include NXT in the Survivor Series was taken to bring more viewers to the yellow brand show as WWE’s rival AEW (All Elite Wrestling) has been consistently defeating NXT in Ratings. According to WWE’s official website, Survivor Series will take place on Sunday, November 24, 2019, (Monday, November 25, 2019, in India) in the Allstate Arena Rosemont, Illinois.
In the past, the main event of Survivor Series has featured a match between the champions of both the brands or a 10-man Tag Team match featuring five-man groups from each show. WWE still has to reveal how they are going to deal with the main event of Survivor Series. Are they going to showcase a triple threat match between champions or a 15-man Tag Team match or are they going to come up with something new? The only thing we know about the upcoming PPV is the tagline: "Who owns the night?"
One more thing to notice here is that the Survivor Series PPV comes just a day after NXT’s upcoming PPV “NXT TakeOver: WarGames III.” Until now NXT has not announced any title match for the upcoming PPV as all the champions will participate in the WarGames matches. There are reports that the NXT championship matches may take place in WWE’s Survivor Series PPV. It will be interesting to see how WWE combines all three brands. Will they provide something extraordinary or will they fail?