As we all know, Roman Reigns didn't defend his Survivor Series title to face current WWE champion, Drew McIntyre. However, the next PPVs are upon us and 5 possible challengers have been made known for the former Big Dog of the Shield, who could soon be giving away his title again.
The first name we are going to report is that of Daniel Bryan, who could also face Roman Reigns by virtue of the past with Jey Uso. However, the latest rumors would like him to be engaged in the near future against Sami Zayn in a rivalry valid for the Intercontinental title.
Rumors on Roman Reigns' future
Another h*t name that has been made in the last few hours is that of Kevin Owens, another wrestler who has had his job against Jey Uso, cousin of Reigns and often accused by the latter of not being up to the prestigious family.
The two have already met when Kevin Owens was playing the "bad guy" and their past could make it even more interesting, with spirits that could ignite at any moment. After his latest rivalry with Seth Rollins, Rey Mysterio may be ready to face a former member of the Shield.
The San Diego athlete is in a good moment of form and certainly, the time that passes for him also means an approach to the day of his retirement, but the WWE could think of giving him one last rivalry for a world title, especially in what has been his real home for years, SmackDown.
WWE is very much considering launching new singles talent in the Main Roster and Murphy is one of them. After betraying his now ex Messiah, after winning the love of a girl and the consent of his family, the Australian could find himself inserted into a prominent rivalry, allowing his career to take off for good.
According to the latest rumors and in particular, according to the latest polls, fans want to see Big E against Roman Reigns. After years of Tag Team and secondary rivalries, the former Intercontinental champion would allow his career to be remembered also for a rivalry against one of the faces of WWE, if not the face par excellence, that of the Tribal Chief, in a fight of truth and its own power that could conquer the general opinion of the fans.
From Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre's stellar main event to an unusual conclusion to the traditional tag team matches, WWE Survivor Series 2020 featured many contrasting moments. It would be unfair to judge this pay-per-view compared to other WWE special events in 2020.
The buildup to Survivor Series was considerably different because of the restrictions put on due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which meant that brand invasions wouldn't be a part of the battle for brand supremacy this year.