Will the Hounds of Justice emerge victorious?
According to PWInsider.com, original Raw plans called for a MizTV segment to air tonight, which would set up the main event match, but instead, Mike Rome made the announcement moments ago.
The New Day performed a fake siege for SmackDown on last week's Raw and cost Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins their Raw Tag Team titles, but no red brand superstar is yet to appear on the blue brand as part of the Survivor Series build-up. Roman Reigns will also be back for the first time since being pulled from last month's TLC PPV due to a viral infection.
There were plenty of question marks regarding Reigns' status and recovery timetable since WWE didn't publicly announced the exact nature of his illness. Whether that match happens or not you won't have to wait for that Shield match.
Aaron Judge's magical season capped with Rookie of the Year
Judge received all 30 first-place votes in the voting conducted by the Baseball Writers' Association of America. Andrew Benintendi of the Boston Red Sox finished second on the voting, with Baltimore's Trey Mancini third.
Ambrose, Rollins, and Angle defeated The Miz, Cesaro, Sheamus and the others at the TLC pay-per-view, and The Shield reunited may end up beating them as well. New Day at Survivor Series, so look for that match to be established either tonight or on Tuesday's Smackdown.
It is hard to say what the original plans called for, but it was announced the night after TLC that Raw Tag Team champions Rollins and Ambrose would face SmackDown Tag Team champions The Usos at Survivor Series due to the brand warfare theme of the show.
The New Day are the longest-reigning tag team champions in WWE history as they held on to the belts for 483 days.