WWE Survivor Series War Games 2022 Full Card Preview, Live and more

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This Saturday night at TD Garden in Boston, WWE will host its final pay-per-view of 2022, WWE Survivor Series War Games.

This year’s edition of the annual event will include the ever-popular double-cage fight, replacing the more standard tag team bouts and giving a new spin to the inter-brand gimmick that had been stale in recent years.

On Saturday, the biggest stars on the men’s and women’s rosters will square off in two WarGames bouts, setting the setup for a potentially monumental spectacle that may advance storylines and build the groundwork for The Road to WrestleMania 39.

Who do you think will win the contests that have been promoted, and why? This sneak peek at the November 26 show will tell you.

When does the US broadcast of the WWE Survivor Series War Games begin?

Saturday, November 26 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT is when WWE Survivor Series WarGames is scheduled to begin.

At 7 o’clock ET/4 o’clock PT, the opening show will most likely begin.

How to watch WWE Survivor Series War Games Live stream?

Tickets for WWE Survivor Series WarGames are on sale now and can be purchased at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

WWE Survivor Series War Games Card Preview

Shotzi defends her SmackDown Women’s Title against Ronda Rousey

It’s great to see Shotzi working with a superstar like Ronda Rousey in the main roster championship program.

Do you think she’s the best-skilled wrestler on either Raw or SmackDown? Certainly not, but she has a huge amount of character and sticks out more than some of the more one-dimensional players on the team.

Both her tank top and horned helmet are best-sellers in the WWE Shop, making the 30-year-old a marketable star in her own right.

Therefore, she is only in this bout versus Rousey to further develop her connection with Shayna Baszler and to get the SmackDown women’s title on television.

Shotzi will put up a good fight while being well-protected, but she will eventually tap out as Rousey and Baszler become the top heel act on Friday nights.

So that The Baddest Woman on the Planet has someone to face in the Royal Rumble, I wouldn’t be surprised if Raquel Rodriguez got involved.

Rousey will most likely be able to keep her title.

AJ Styles vs. Finn Bálor

On Saturday night, AJ Styles and Finn Bálor might put on a bout that steals the show if their prior meeting in October of 2018 is any indicator.

That can only occur if neither The Judgment Day nor The O.C. interferes with the match.

Unfortunately, the success of the program depends on the participation of those two parties, and removing them would make little sense.

Fans should expect to witness why Styles and Bálor are two of the most acclaimed in-ring performers of their age this weekend, even with limited intervention.

Nonetheless, the question remains as to what Triple H and the rest of the creative team hope to accomplish here.

Will Edge come back for the last showdown on Judgment Day? Just three weeks after planning the heels to beat the babyfaces at Crown Jewel, would the boss of WWE Creative dare place the Irishman over The Phenomenal One?

Alternatively, the heel group may go on to The Rated-R Superstar if Styles prevails and puts an end to this round of the conflict. Actually, the latter seems more likely.

It’s not often that a show wins in Riyadh and then beats out Styles in the following a few weeks later, but that’s exactly what happened here.

While Bálor certainly shouldn’t be losing bouts on PPVs at this point, the Phenomenal One has lost more than he has won this year, and it does feel like it’s time to alter that.

I think Styles will win against Balor.

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Battle Royale: Bianca’s Team vs. Damage CTRL

On Saturday night, a fifth member of Team Bianca will be revealed, and everyone is wondering who it will be.

A major star may return on Monday’s WWE Raw if the news hasn’t leaked out by then. Someone similar to Becky Lynch or Sasha Banks is what we mean here. There could be a Charlotte Flair in there somewhere.

Despite the huge applause that would receive, the final score of the competition is not nearly as exciting.

This Saturday’s event is the beginning of the buildup to Rhea Ripley challenging Bianca Belair for the Raw Women’s Championship, which WWE has been teasing since WarGames was announced.

To defeat Belair, Alexa Bliss, Asuka, Mia Yim, and whoever fills the fifth spot, Ripley will team up with Damage CTRL’s Bayley, Dakota Kai, and Iyo Sky, as well as Nikki Cross. The Nightmare will be devastating, easily defeating her opponents and establishing her dominance en route to a pinfall victory over The EST of WWE.

Lynch’s return in particular allows for a program break with Damage CTRL on the flagship show, where the star can make his or her return.

What could be better than a WarGames match with two feuds for the price of one? To put it another way, that’s not a terrible rate of return.

We think Ripley, Cross, and Damage CTRL will be able to take down Team Bianca.

The Bloodline, Drew McIntyre, and Kevin Owens are facing off in “War Games.”

After causing a ruckus on Friday’s SmackDown, Kevin Owens teamed up with The Brawling Brutes and Drew McIntyre to form a babyface team that will enter WarGames to take on Roman Reigns, Solo Sikoa, Sami Zayn, and The Usos.

There is little doubt that this battle, including four world titles and some of the finest wrestlers in the world today, will measure up to the high standards set by one of the most iconic gimmick matches in wrestling’s long and storied history.

The Bloodline wants to slow down their opponents and relieve the tension between Jey Uso and Zayn, so just the character work should be entertaining.

At some time, that tale will reappear, and the babyfaces will kick a lot of asses in front of a rabid Boston audience.

It would make sense for the Sheamus-led team to win and establish a new No. 1 challenger to Reigns’ championship, but WWE understands who butters its bread right now and how crucial The Bloodline is to the success of its two flagship nights.

The Tribal Chief will be safe, but if Zayn wins, it will deepen his bond with Reigns and fuel his animosity with Jey, which has already been boiling.

It’s looking like a victory for the Bloodline.

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