A member of WWE's social media team may have shown the company's Survivor Series 2019 hand last night.
WWE tweeted (then deleted) the following match announcement yesterday evening, seemingly confirming that The Fiend and Seth Rollins will go one-on-one for the Universal Championship on 24 November:-
The post was deleted within minutes of going live.
Rollins and Wyatt were both missing from last night's WWE Raw, though The Fiend attacked Cesaro after the show had gone off the air. POST Wrestling have reported that Bray may have been injured while battling the Universal Champion inside Hell In A Cell. For Seth, his absence was likely a simple case of selling the match's damage.
It's hard to imagine anybody being too excited about a potential rematch between the two, given how poorly-received Sunday's main event was. It'll take a Herculean effort to build this rivalry back up after a bout that closed with "AEW," "refunds," and "bullsh*t" chants, but who knows? Maybe Vince McMahon has a little magic left for Wyatt and Rollins.
Or maybe we'll get another all-time turkey of a pay-per-view main event. Whatever the case, it'll be interesting to see how it plays out.
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