“Card subject to change” of course. And WWE wouldn’t want to telegraph any post-Survivor Series angles or twists and turns they have planned between now and Dec. 26 in a house show advertisement, even (or especially) for one of their biggest non-televised live events on the calendar. And controversy about other wrestling companies using the building aside, Madison Square Garden is still a big deal for Vince McMahon’s company.
But would you really be shocked if these three feuds were still going on come the winter holidays?
Given that Daniel Bryan and The Miz’s match next weekend (Oct. 6) at Super Show-Down in Melbourne is supposed to result in a WWE title shot for the victor, you’d have to think there are a few plot developments to come in the men’s matches listed.
Folks who want Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair to #FightForever might get their wish, though.
We’ll see when Christmas rolls around. If you’re gonna be in New York City for towards the end of the year, tickets for WWE’s return to one of the most famous buildings in the sports entertainment world go on sale this Friday (Sept. 28). Get yours here.