We’re less than 24 hours away from Survivor Series 2020, and the show looks great on paper. In addition to the Champion vs. Champion matches, Undertaker’s final farewell has helped WWE create a lot of buzz around pay-per-view. Given that Survivor Series is the last of WWE’s Big Four Annual Events, the creator would seek to script a memorable affair.
That said, there are a few WWE Superstars included in the match card that are in need of a win more than others. Some of them are too talented to spend more time in the dark on the main roster, while others deserve a chance to be pushed to the top of the main roster. Despite a championship wrapped around them, a few WWE Superstars would benefit greatly from a Survivor Series victory.
In this article, we’ll take a look at five WWE Superstars who are in desperate need of pay-per-view wins. So, without further ado, let’s get started.
# 5 Roman Reigns – Universal Champion vs. WWE Champion at Survivor Series
Roman Reigns has managed to grab everyone’s attention since he turned on his heels. He’s finally released the side of him that fans always wanted to see and he now seems more in control of what he wants on SmackDown. He’s now set to represent the Blue brand in a match against Drew McIntyre, the latter looking to establish RAW as the dominant brand.
Since Reigns returned to WWE, he hasn’t shied away from using whatever means necessary to secure a victory. With the amount of attention he brings to the weekly schedule, WWE should make sure he does the same on Survivor Series. It would be much better not to ask him for a clean win over WWE’s biggest babyface right now.
The clashes between Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre represented several exciting segments in the weeks leading up to Survivor Series. The fans are invested in this match, and the two Superstars are currently enjoying a good race on their respective brands. A win for Reigns will earn him a lot of heat and be a great way to show The Tribal Chief’s dominance all over the WWE roster.
Posted on Nov 22, 2020, 3:07 PM IST