WWE's last 'Big Four' pay-per-view of the year, Survivor Series 2018, is now less than two weeks away, and while the card is far from complete, the current lineup looks incredibly promising.
Brand Warfare is back. 2017's Brock Lesnar vs. AJ Styles match was comfortably 'The Beast Incarnate's' best of the year, and there's little reason to believe the Universal Champion's latest battle with his SmackDown counterpart will underwhelm. Elsewhere, the Women's Revolution's biggest star collides with its MVP as Ronda Rousey faces Becky Lynch, Seth Rollins meets Shinsuke Nakamura for the first time ever, and then, of course, there are the traditional elimination bouts.
If all goes well, and the writers don't get in the performers' way, this could be one of the best Survivor Series PPVs in recent memory, but it's hard to imagine any of these bouts being complete disasters - no matter the booking.
It'd be a massive surprise if SS '18 to yielded a match worthy of the event's Hall Of Shame. Many of the bouts within genuinely stand among the absolute worst in company history, and whether elimination-based or otherwise, these utter stinkers actively detract from the legacy of one of WWE's most storied PPVs...
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