It’s looking like WWE will hold its Survivor Series pay-per-view in Brooklyn, New York City.
Andrew Zarian of the Mat Men podcast recently indicated that Brooklyn will be getting a WWE pay-per-view later in the year. Historically, Survivor Series takes place in November, but no date or location has yet to be confirmed.
Because Survivor Series is part of the big five PPV events each year alongside WrestleMania, SummerSlam, Money in the Bank, and the Royal Rumble, fans should expect it to be treated like a major event.
So much so that Dave Meltzer reported in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that WWE hopes The Rock can make an appearance at the Survivor Series. As it stands right now, that is not locked in.
It was speculated that with an appearance by The Rock at this show it could help the build a potential match with WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns at an upcoming WrestleMania event.
The two places speculated that he could do the match would be at AT&T Stadium in the Dallas area for WrestleMania 38, or at WrestleMania 39 from the new SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. This match had been rumored since last year with the latest noting WWE was hoping to do the match in 2022 because WrestleMania will be in California and have much more media attention than in Texas next year.