We have another one. Next Saturday at Survivor Series, WWE will present WarGames, which has become one of the focal points of the show over the last two years. The show already has a men’s version set between several Monday Night Raw stars, though now we have a second edition officially set. This time though, things are the opposite of what was set in the first match.

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This week on SmackDown, a women’s WarGames match was officially announced. Damage CTRL challenged Shotzi, Charlotte and Bianca Belair to find a partner to face them. Throughout the show, Damage CTRL attacked various partners until Charlotte called someone. The show ended with the challenge being accepted and Becky Lynch appearing as a surprise partner to complete the team. Survivor Series is set for November 25.

This will be big. Check out how the match was set up:

Opinion: This is something that was all but set up over the last few weeks and having things officially set is a good sign. We should be in for a good match and WWE’s WarGames matches have a history of putting outsiders into the match in the first place. What matters is things have been set up well and now we could be in for a heck of a showdown, which is kind of the point.

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