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Seth Rollins vs Shinsuke Nakamura Officially Confirmed for WWE Survivor Series; Updated PPV Card

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WWE has officially confirmed another big Raw vs Smackdown Live match for their upcoming Survivor Series pay-per-view, as Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins will take on United States Champion Shinsuke Nakamura.

The match was announced during Friday’s controversial Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia.


The match is the latest Champion vs. Champion contest added to Survivor Series. WWE also announced on Friday that WWE Universal Champion Brock Lesnar will take on WWE Champion AJ Styles. This past Monday, WWE announced that WWE RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey would face WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch.

WWE Survivor Series is set to air LIVE on the WWE Network on November 18th. It will be the 32nd edition of the November PPV. The announced card is as follows:

WWE Survivor Series
November 18, 2018
Las Angeles, Cali.

WWE CHAMPION vs UNIVERSAL CHAMPION
—  AJ Styles vs. Brock Lesnar

RAW WOMEN’S CHAMPION vs SMACKDOWN WOMEN’s CHAMPION
— Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch

U.S. CHAMPION vs INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPION
— Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Seth Rollins

— Traditional Men’s 5-on-5 Survivor Series Match

— Traditional Women’s 5-on-5 Survivor Series Match

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AEW

Two Finalists Emerge From Dynamite Diamond Battle Royale

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MJF and Orange Cassidy emerged as the two finalists in the second annual Dynamite Diamond Battle Royale tonight, kicking off a special “Winter is Coming” edition of AEW Dynamite on TNT.

The rather unique battle royale debuted in 2019 and bestowed a $45,000 diamond ring to the very first winner, the notorious Maxwell Jacob Friedman. The Burberry-clad loudmouth with now face off against Orange Cassidy next Wednesday night on Dynamite to determine who will leave with the ring.


The match told multiple stories and set up for some potentially interesting future feuds on AEW television. Scorpio Sky eliminated Shawn Spears after weeks of tension, and even violence between the two. Spears then later returned to the ring, attacking Sky with a loaded up glove to set up his elimination.

The Dark Order continued to prove their loyalty to prospective new member Hangman Page. The cultish faction has been pursuing the lost and brooding cowboy for quite some time, and actually caught Page as he was being thrown out of the ring, saving him from elimination.

Miro also looked very impressive throughout the entire battle royale. He threw over several stars including Matt Hardy, Marq Quen and Joey Janela before finding himself in a 3-on-1 brawl against the Inner Circle; a mountain that proved just a bit too much for the “Bulgarian Brute” to climb.

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Two Matches Confirmed For Ring Of Honor Final Battle 2020

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Ring of Honor will hold its final pay-per-view of the year with Final Battle on Friday, December 18.

Headlining the event will be Rush defending the ROH World Championship against Brody King. Rush has held the title since late February of this year. Meanwhile, King continues his ascent after once holding the ROH World Tag Team and Six-Man Tag Team Championship at the same time in 2019.


Additionally, EC3 will make his ROH pay-per-view debut when he goes one-on-one with Jay Briscoe. Following his brief return to Impact, EC3 made his Ring of Honor debut in October. He unsuccessfully teamed with The Briscoes in a six-man tag team match before beating Jay by disqualification at the end of November. Jay has competed at Final Battle events since 2003.

Want to watch Final Battle for free? We’re giving away one free Fite code to a lucky Twitter user who follows us and retweets the tweet below before December 18.

Stay tuned to ProWrestling.com for the latest ROH Final Battle updates.

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WWE

WWE To Hold Slammy Awards On WWE Network This Year

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The WWE Slammy Awards are back for the first time since 2015.

WWE revealed their WWE Network lineup for December, and among the listings was an undated airing for the 2020 Slammy Awards. In years past, the Slammy Awards were given out on one of the last Raw’s of the year. Since 2015, end of the year awards were recognized on WWE’s website and social channels.


Other new content coming to the wrestling streaming site this month include documentaries on Keith Lee, Survivor Series 2020, and Goldberg’s streak, as well as a new Broken Skull Sessions with Drew McIntyre.

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