At last night’s Survivor Series pay-per-view, Monday Night Raw pulled off a clean 6-0 sweep over SmackDown Live. WWE continued the SmackDown Live vs. Raw format this year, as Raw defeated SmackDown by one match last year. However, SmackDown Live wasn’t able to win a single match at last night’s PPV.
SmackDown Live General Manager Shane McMahon took to Twitter to comment on the matter. McMahon noted that there will be some “change” to SmackDown coming as a result:
“This wasn’t the night I had in mind for Team Blue. Tomorrow is a new day, but something is going to have to change come Tuesday.”
This wasn’t the night I had in mind for Team Blue.
Tomorrow is a new day, but something is going to have to change come Tuesday. #SurvivorSeries
— Shane McMahon (@shanemcmahon) November 19, 2018
Acting Raw General Manager Baron Corbin also chimed in on the matter:
“Cheaters never prosper That’s a clean sweep for Raw!”
Cheaters never prosper
— Baron Corbin (@BaronCorbinWWE) November 19, 2018