Survivor Series WarGames is knocking on the door, and the event will be here before we know it. On top of that, WWE has added WarGames to one of its Big Four pay-per-views, so there is a lot of anticipation for the show. Former WWE official Jimmy Korderas recently questioned the lack of announced matches at this stage.

In his most recent Reffin Rant, he stated that WWE usually has at least a couple of the main matches announced by now. He admitted that he understands the importance of telling stories leading up to a pay-per-view.

Usually by now, we have at least a couple of the main matches announced. I get taking your time at telling stories going into a pay-per-view, but sometimes you can take too long before you announce matches. We are about a week and a half away from one of the Big Four PPVs … right now we have three official matches as of right now announced.

Click here for big spoiler on WWE’s plan for The Bloodline at Survivor Series WarGames.


At the moment, it is confirmed that AJ Styles will compete in singles against Finn Balor. Shotzi Blackheart will compete in the SmackDown Women’s Championship against Ronda Rousey. In addition, Damage CTRL will be joined by Nikki Cross and Rhea Ripley to face Bianca Belair, Mia Yim, Alexa Bliss, Asuka, and a mystery partner in the women’s WarGames match.

The men’s match has been heavily teased, and Korderas admitted that “we can speculate” on what will happen. The Bloodline is expected to face The Brawling Brutes, Drew McIntyre, and a mystery partner. However, this has yet to be confirmed, which is the crux of Korderas’ issues.

Usually, those matches are set so you can plug them and put them out there and get people invested instead of waiting until the last go-home show before the PPV to solidify what’s going to be on the PPV. I just think it’s taking too long.

Let’s see if Triple H responds and explains what he intends to do. We’ll have to wait and see how things go. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Ringside News.

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