Team Modern Flair
Captain Charlotte Flair
When it comes to modern women to lead this team, the search begins and ends with one person: Charlotte Flair. Beginning her journey in 2012, Flair found her name as a part of NXT where she would later win the NXT Women’s Championship via a tournament in 2014. Flair was called up from NXT alongside Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks in 2015. Stephanie McMahon claimed things would change this night beginning the “women’s revolution” in the WWE.
This night was also the start of Charlotte Flair’s journey to becoming the “Queen of the WWE.” Since then, Charlotte has made her name as the woman to beat just like her father was the man to beat. Charlotte has been shattering records and trailblazing like no other. In no short time, Charlotte has become a twelve-time Women’s Champion winning the Divas Championship, Raw Women’s Championship, SmackDown Women’s Championship, and NXT Women’s Championship.
I’m sure there are people that are already upset with me because “The Man’ wasn’t the wrestler in charge of this Survivor Series team. After turning heel on Charlotte at SummerSlam 2018, Becky Lynch skyrocketed in popularity and momentum. Soon enough, Becky was forced to be turned back into a babyface and was soon being pushed to the moon. Arguably the most popular star in the WWE since Daniel Bryan, the fans simply love Becky Lynch.
Becky would go on to win the 2019 Women’s Royal Rumble match leading to arguably the most historical women’s match in WWE history. Becky Lynch would make history and get a huge WrestleMania moment as she would defeat Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey for the Raw Women’s Championship in the Main Event of WrestleMania 35. Becky would set the record as the longest Raw Women’s Champion at 399 days before relinquishing it to Asuka due to her pregnancy.
While her list of accomplishments doesn’t weigh up to some others on this list, Bianca challenges them to put that weight on a bench press and see what’s up. Since her arrival in NXT, Bianca Belair has been a star that you can’t take your eyes off of. You can take one look at Belair and know that she is going to be a future champion. A member of this year’s SmackDown Survivor Series team, Belair belongs on that team and belongs as a member of this dream team.
There is reason to argue for Bianca to be the sole survivor at Survivor Series this year and I would argue for her to even be the sole survivor in this scenario as well. This match is all about fulfilling the dreams in your head. At this point in her career, Bianca Belair has every opportunity to fulfill all of the dreams that are in her head. One of the most talented women to step inside a ring, Bianca’s career has no glass ceiling. It is safe for everyone to bet on Belair.
Ever since becoming a heel and becoming all-business, Bayley has shined like never before. Personally, her latest run as the SmackDown Women’s Champion was the best work that Bayley has ever done. She shattered all of the records in regard to the SmackDown title and rightfully so. She went from one of the most beloved superstars in WWE to possibly the most despised. A transition in character that would have a Chris Jericho nod of approval.
A member of The Four Horsewomen of the WWE, Bayley was the only member of the group to not be called up from NXT on the infamous night her friends were. When some would have been distraught, Bayley pushed to show that she will not be overlooked. She would go on to win every possible women’s championship that she could get her hands on. She made history becoming both the first Triple Crown and the first Grand Slam Women’s Champion.
A graduate of the legendary Hart Dungeon and a member of the even more legendary Hart family, Natalya “Nattie” Neidhart has been cementing her hall of fame career since signing with the WWE in 2007. Despite only winning the WWE Divas Championship and SmackDown Women’s Championship once apiece, Nattie has shown you don’t need the gold to be the best of all time, the b.o.a.t as she would say.
Nattie has piled up a few records of her own in the WWE including most matches and most wins by a female overall. She was a crucial part of the beginning women’s revolution alongside her best friend, and potential opponent, Beth Phoenix. She is still going strong in 2020 and trailblazing the women’s revolution. Neidhart, along with Lacey Evans, would take part in the first women’s match in Saudi Arabia. While she doesn’t need them, she will win more championships if that is what she wants to do.
3x Raw Women’s Champion, 2x SmackDown Women’s Champion, 2x Women’s Tag Team Champion, Money In The Bank Winner, Triple Crown Champion
5x WWE Women’s Champion, 1x WWE Divas Champion, 3x Knockouts Champion
5x Raw Women’s Champion, 1x SmackDown Women’s Champion, 1x NXT Women’s Champion, 2x Women’s Tag Team Champion, Triple Crown/Grand Slam Champion