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WWE teases that a title change could occur before ‘Survivor Series’ head-to-head matches

Last week on Raw, General Manager Kurt Angle announced that this year’s Survivor Series pay-per-view will feature head-to-head matches of the respective world, midcard, women’s, and tag team champions from Raw and SmackDown Live.

As of now, a couple of the scheduled matches feature two heels competing against each other. These matches include Intercontinental Champion The Miz vs. United States Champion Baron Corbin and Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs. SmackDown Live Women’s Champion Natalya.

WWE has recently teased that the competitors of these matches may not be the same, come Survivor Series.

“Though anything can happen in WWE, Universal Champion Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman seem fairly focused on WWE Champion Jinder Mahal, so perhaps The Beast is secure for the time being. But, that same cannot be said for all other Raw titleholders.

Alexa Bliss has consistently represented Team Red as a formidable Raw Women’s Champion, but her attempts to brag about her successful title defense against Mickie James at WWE TLC were spoiled by the six-time Women’s Champion, who took out Little Miss Bliss with a wicked DDT last week on the red brand. Without a doubt, Mickie isn’t done with the “goddess.” Additionally, the undefeated Asuka triumphed over Emma in her Raw debut, and it likely won’t be long before The Empress of Tomorrow sets her sights of Raw’s top prize.

In his collective reigns, The Miz has held the Intercontinental Title longer than all but two past Superstars, but can The A-Lister remain champion if he continues to antagonize dangerous forces such as Raw General Manager Kurt Angle and The Shield in his never-ending search for respect?

Speaking of The Shield, Raw Tag Team Champions Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose are not likely to back down from any fight prior to Survivor Series.”






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