WWE Survivor Series War Games 2022 is two weeks from this Saturday, and the WWE has already made one match official for this “premium live event.” WWE did announce that War Games will make its debut on the main roster at Survivor Series this year, and they booked a Women’s War Games Match featuring Team Belair vs. Damage Control.
Since there were six matches on last year’s year’s Survivor Series card, there will likely be six matches added to this PPV in the upcoming week. The following will provide some very early match card predictions for what should be one of the most exciting PPVs of the year: WWE Survivor Series War Games 2022.
WWE Survivor Series War Games 2022 is scheduled to take place on November 26, 2022, live on Peacock. Here are some very early match card predictions.
Seth Rollins (c) vs. Mustafa Ali [U.S. Championship]
Seth Rollins will defend his United States Championship against the Raw World Cup Winner. Mustafa Ali will win the World Cup for Pakistan in order to regain his momentum from the Vince McMahon regime and prove why he deserves the spotlight on the flagship show as a future champion. Although Ali would be a great U.S. Champion, he will unfortunately but sensibly fall short of Rollins because Rollins just recently won the title from Lashley so it would be too soon to take the title from him just yet, especially since he is hot off a new babyface run right now.
Prediction: Seth Rollins
Gunther (c) vs. Drew McIntyre [IC Championship]
Gunther will defend his Intercontinental Championship against the SmackDown World Cup Winner. Drew McIntyre will win the World Cup for Scotland in order to regain his momentum from losing in his home country to Roman Reigns for the world title and solidify his victory over Karrion Kross with this big win. Furthermore, Drew McIntyre will successfully earn a consolation prize in the form of the Intercontinental Title by dethroning Gunther. This is the first title McIntyre won in his WWE career, so it would be a heartwarming “full circle” moment.
Prediction: Drew McIntyre