WWE Survivor Series 2020: Too early full match card prediction

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WWE Survivor Series 2020: Tag Team Champions Showcase

Tri-Branded Champions Triple Threat Tag Team Match: Raw Tag Team Champions Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro vs. SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Street Profits vs. NXT Tag Team Champions Breezango

The first of four non-title “Champion vs. Champion vs. Champion” showcase matches could put the spotlight on the tag team divisions of each brand. This would honestly be a better idea than trying to schedule title matches, as all three brands have relatively thin tag team divisions at the moment.

While I’ve predicted to technically have no title changes here, you’ll notice two of these teams on different brands. This comes due to a prediction that The Street Profits and Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro will end up swapping brands during the 2020 WWE Draft, and we could either see them trade titles or see their titles renamed to stay consistent with the brand they exist on.

Finally, that leaves NXT Tag Team Champions Breezango to round out this triple threat tag team match. This could be one of the more fun matches all night, and it would feature three teams with very different styles going at it to see who the supreme tag team in WWE is today.

WWE Survivor Series 2020: The Hurt Business vs. RETRIBUTION

4-on-4 Traditional Survivor Series Match: The Hurt Business (MVP, Cedric Alexander, Bobby Lashley, and Shelton Benjamin) vs. RETRIBUTION (T-Bar, Slapjack, Mace, and ???)

While I’m predicting two “5-on-5-on-5” versions of the Traditional Survivor Series Match, like last year, this battle of opposing factions more appropriately fits the spirit of these matches. The Hurt Business has been dealing with the chaotic group known as RETRIBUTION in recent weeks, and the report that the group will be out of action for a few weeks so they can quarantine means the final clash easily may not arrive until WWE Survivor Series 2020.

The Hurt Business already rounds out a solid four-man team with MVP, Bobby Lashley, Shelton Benjamin, and recent recruit Cedric Alexander. As for RETRIBUTION, of the core five we’ve seen for the group so-far, only three of them are male superstars.

While I’d love to see Reckoning (formerly known as Mia Yim) or Retaliation (formerly known as Mercedes Martinez) join the fray, WWE is unlikely to pull the trigger on intergender wrestling at WWE Survivor Series 2020. Instead, this provides an opportunity for RETRIBUTION to introduce a mystery fourth member, one they’d likely not reveal until the match itself, as a secret leader or simply a new recruit joining the cause.