The final episode of WWE Main Event before the Survivor Series pay-per-view will feature a tag team championship match, the second time a title has been defended on the show.
As revealed on last night's (Nov. 7, 2012) WWE Main Event broadcast on Ion Television, Team Hell No will defend the tag team championships against The Rhodes Scholars on the show next week.
That marks the second time there has been a title defense on the WWE "C" show.
This continues the improbable run of WWE putting some of its top stars on the show. It began with a champion vs. champion match pitting CM Punk vs. Sheamus and hasn't really had much of a drop off since, with match-ups including Big Show vs. Randy Orton, Kofi Kingston winning the Intercontinental title from The Miz, and Ryback vs. Dolph Ziggler just one week before the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view (PPV).
Speaking of which, Team Hell No vs. The Rhodes Scholars comes just days before Survivor Series. Would WWE do another title switch on Main Event headed into the traditional five-on-five elimination style match the two are scheduled for on Nov. 18?