WWE Survivor Series 2023: star time, location, tickets, early match card predictions, how to watch online

WWE recently announced Survivor Series, and fans are excited as it follows the successful Money in the Bank and Night of Champions events. Tickets for the event on November 25 at Chicago’s Allstate Arena are selling rapidly. The night before the Survivor Series, Friday Night SmackDown, also taking place at the same venue, will serve as the send-off program.

At this year’s WWE Survivor Series, the best men and women from Raw, SmackDown, and NXT will compete in two thrilling cage fights. Fans will witness the culmination of years of storytelling as their favorite storylines and characters clash in battle.

WWE Survivor Series 2023: start time, location, tickets

Wrestling fans in Chicago are excited about WWE’s move to the Allstate Arena. What’s even more thrilling for fans is the presale opportunity WWE offered for combination tickets to Friday Night SmackDown and Survivor Series. Tickets went on sale on July 21st, and by October 15th, all 12,928 had been purchased.

WWE initially planned for a large setup but ended up increasing the capacity to nearly 15,000 seats from the original 2,700. This expansion allows for a more intimate performance space with a unique stage configuration. In terms of ticket prices, WrestleTix noted on Twitter that “The official platinums (the front 4 rows in each new section) are $300 & $175. Most of the other seats are priced at $40.”

WWE Survivor Series 2023: early match card predictions

Two WarGames bouts may be planned for the 2023 edition of the annual WWE event Survivor Series. These grueling cage battles will include the top stars from Raw, SmackDown, and NXT and serve as a climactic stage for ongoing storylines and character arcs. Initial predictions on the Survivor Series WarGames bouts are provided below.

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Judgment Day vs. LWO

Judgment Day vs LWO, based on the animosity between Rey and Dominick Mysterio, would be a fantastic WarGames battle for this year’s Survivor Series. Now that they are representing different businesses, they may put an end to their dispute. Since “Dirty Dom” is desperate for victory after losing to his father at WrestleMania 39, Judgment Day will triumph since they are the superior side.

The Judgment Day vs. Cody Rhodes, Jey Uso, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn

The Judgment Day’s possible opponents in the multi-person battle are now easy to spot because they are still at odds with several members of the main squad. Cody Rhodes, Jey Uso, Kevin Owens, and Sami Zayn will fight Damian Priest, Finn Bálor, Dominik Mysterio, and JD McDonagh. Well-known wrestlers will go up against The Judgment Day, who have gotten a lot of support from WWE fans. The creative team at WWE faces the challenge of putting together an eight-person WarGames match at Survivor Series.

Gunther vs. LA Knight

Until Survivor Series, Gunther will be champion, although the U.S. Title might change hands many times. Rey Mysterio will have to defend his belt against Santos Escobar. Escobar will be dethroned by LA Knight, who has a score to pay with LWO. Gunther, finally, may be entitled to the victory.

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How to watch WWE Survivor Series 2023 live?

There is currently no information available on where the 37th annual Survivor Series PPV will be streamed live by WWE. WWE events are often covered by sports networks. Peacock covered the live telecast of the Survivor Series last year. Hopefully, this year’s WarGames events will also be shown live.

Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso’s recent title loss in a short amount of time hinted at a massive contest between them and Judgment Day. If Roman Reigns shows up, he could be the main event of the PPV. So, which showdown are you most excited for? Share your views in the comments.


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