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WWE Rumors: Dream title-for-title match to happen at Survivor Series 2020?

Will we see a dream match between world champions at WWE Survivor Series 2020?

WWE‘s Survivor Series takes place in less than 30-days, and it seems like the company is back to inter-brand format in 2020.

According to a report from Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, the company is looking to book a match between the WWE and Universal Champion at the 34th edition of the event. [H/T: WrestlingNews.Co]

Drew McIntyre and Roman Reigns are perfect opponents for each other and given the opportunity that the two will lock horns at the brand supremacy based show give a hint on the outcome of the championship matches at Hell In A Cell.

The Tribal chief is fighting his cousin brother at Hell In A Cell while The Scottish Pschyopath is up against The Apex Predator for the Universal and WWE Championship respectively. The current WWE Champion has been vocal about an opportunity against the former Shield member, and as Triple H pointed out in the past, it would be an instant classic like Stone Cold Steve Austin vs The Rock.

Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre would be perfect at WWE Survivor Series 2020

This match is the perfect way to build the two up against each other, and it would also help the brands because they can deliver in all situations. Paul Heyman as the mouthpiece to the Universal Champion followed by a response to it by the former NXT Champion will entice the fans and keep them on edge as the show draws close.

It would be a good idea because both are willing to fight each other and if Vince and Co. also concur with this idea, then this unison will not only help them raise the bar but also their respective careers as the two can go shoulder to shoulder against each other.

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While this possible match entices the WWE Universe, it also gives us an insight into the outcome of the match at WWE Hell In A Cell, and that is not a good idea, especially after the phenomenal buildup by Randy Orton and the effort by Jey Uso.