The Tribal Chief won the game with Jey Uso’s help, however, the end didn’t remove from the grade of the competition. Drew McIntyre and Roman Reigns wear the best match of the night at Survivor Series, and the focus shifts to the TLC PPV.
As we had reported earlier, WWE has planned a significant TLC primary event for Drew McIntyre, and while it does not remain consistent with what happened on the RAW after Survivor Series, there could be a couple of swerves planned for next week’s RAW.
Roman Reigns defeated Drew McIntyre at Survivor Series and remained true to his sentence of being the top world champion in the WWE.
It was also revealed in the Wrestling Observer’s Daily Update from Dave Meltzer the match between Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan is scheduled to occur at some point, and it could occur at TLC.
However, WWE is leaning towards a subsequent date to the PPV, which hints at the match being stored up for the Royal Rumble PPV, as emphasized by WrestlingNews.co.
Right now regarding Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan for its Universal championship, that game is scheduled to take place at some point, it could be TLC, but it’s leaning toward a later date.
Will Daniel Bryan face Roman Reigns in the upcoming Smackdown event?
Daniel Bryan would be out looking for a decisive win over Jey Uso, and there are opportunities that the WWE novels them at a match in the TLC PPV. WWE can book a TLC match between Bryan and Jey Uso, which would delay the ultimate title contest against Roman Reigns.
Daniel Bryan picked up a win over Jey Uso on last week’s SmackDown with a small package. However, the former WWE Champion did not seem too happy with the little package win, and he even alluded to a possible showdown with Roman Reigns throughout the past Talking Smack.
The next episode of SmackDown could give us a very clear idea about what to expect from the TLC PPV, which can be scheduled to take place on December 20th.