WWE is redoing Survivor Series with the very first WarGames release of "The Enormous Four" pay-per-view,

 and the spotlight is straightforwardly on Widespread Top dog Roman Rules and The Bloodline.

Inside the TD Nursery in Boston, Rules will join the Usos, Solo Sikoa and Sami Zayn against Drew McIntyre,

The Fighting Savages, Sheamus and Kevin Owens in an exceptionally expected WarGames match

that could make way for Rules' impending title quarrels. There is likewise an elegant session on the ladies' side,

with Bianca Belair's babyface group taking on the heel crew drove by Bayley and Harm CTRL.

The organization change to Survivor Series — which had turned into an unremarkable and obsolete idea lately — is without a doubt a welcome one, 

and as the last significant demonstration of 2022, it will be a significant one, as well. Following up? The 2023 Imperial Thunder,

which has previously broken the record for the biggest entryway in the compensation per-view's celebrated history.

The buzz for that lead occasion will be through the rooftop, however it can take off significantly higher with a solid appearance at the revived Survivor Series.