What is WWE WarGames? Exploring possibility of the matchup to feature at Survivor Series

A WWE WarGames bout may be included at WWE Survivor Series 2023. Since 2020, Raw and SmackDown have been under the capable direction of Adam Pearce. However, since Nick Aldis assumed the role of SmackDown’s general manager, there have been some heated interactions between him and the other manager.

This tension hints at the potential return of the Brand Wars. Chicago is buzzing with WarGames excitement as Survivor Series approaches on November 25. According to Sean Sapp’s Backstage Report podcast, WWE is considering hosting another WWE WarGames match at Survivor Series.

What is WWE WarGames?

In Boston, there were two WarGames matches during last year’s Survivor Series. Team Belair emerged victorious in the Women’s WarGames, while The Bloodline won the Men’s WarGames. Tag team matches with numerous competitors, once a staple of Survivor Series, had waned in popularity.

However, thanks to Triple H, WarGames stepped in as a fitting replacement. Although Vince McMahon initially turned down the WWE WarGames concept, Triple H introduced it to NXT, and it has since become a recurring feature at the main roster’s Survivor Series.

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WarGames has a rich history in professional wrestling and was previously featured as an NXT TakeOver event, among other locations. The contest takes place within a large steel cage that encloses two rings. Participants start the battle in separate cages on the stage and enter the action at intervals. The victor can only be determined by a pinfall or submission.

Triple H interested in bringing back WarGames

WWE will not host a Raw vs. SmackDown WarGames bout at Survivor Series. No scheduled matches are necessary to ensure the event’s success. Triple H is thinking about reviving WarGames for Survivor Series this year. He booted RAW GM Adam Pearce and Jey Uso out of the building and replaced them with SmackDown GM Nick Aldis.

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Jey Uso made an appearance on a recent episode of SmackDown to get revenge on his brother Jimmy Uso for his behavior on Raw. Nick Aldis and Adam Pearce, both managers, had a heated argument on this segment of WWE. After Nick penalized Jey Uso $10,000, Pearce reacted angrily and said, “Let the games begin.” 

According to Fightful Select, a backstage argument between Nick Aldis and Adam Pearce on SmackDown suggested WWE’s intentions for a WarGames bout at next month’s Survivor Series.  A major talking point for the upcoming WWE Survivor Series is the return of CM Punk and Randy Orton. Fans in Chicago are clearly thrilled about the annual WarGames event, as tickets have already sold out despite the lack of any official return announcements.

Who do you think will prevail if the blue brand and red brand engage in a WWE WarGames bout at the Survivor Series? Share your opinion in the comments.


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