WWE Survivor Series 2021: PPV Match Card, How To Watch, Start Time, And Predictions

Here is everything you need to know about the upcoming WWE PPV.


Every November, WWE embarks on a battle between two teams of wrestlers for the Survivor Series PPV. In recent years, the event has revolved around crowning the dominant brand. Is it Raw or Smackdown? Tonight, we'll find out as the WWE PPV airs on the Peacock streaming service. Additionally, make sure to check out our live Survivor Series results, where we'll be updating you live with what's happening.

Survivor Series will take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on November 21. While the focus is on the men and women's Survivor Series matches, the event will also feature multiple champion vs. champion matches to determine which show has the better wrestlers. One of the main events of the evening will feature The New Day's Big E taking on the Head of the Table and leader of The Bloodline, Roman Reigns. This has been one of the most interesting storylines on any WWE product in recent months.

Start Time:

Survivor Series is a live event, and the PPV will air at different times around the world. Check out the handy chart below to see when the show will air in your neck of the woods.

  • 8 PM ET
  • 7 PM CT
  • 5 PM PT
  • 1 AM BST (September 27)
  • 10 AM AEST (September 27)

These are the main card times. There will be a Kickoff Show that will air on WWE's Twitter and on Peacock one hour prior to the above start times, and it will be completely free.

How To Watch:

In order to watch WWE's Survivor Series, you'll need to buy it from your cable or satellite provider or watch it on Peacock. The streaming service does have a free tier, but you will not be able to watch the WWE event through that. you'll need a Premium ($5 a month, with ads) or Premium Plus Peacock ($10 a month, no ads) account. Regardless of which tier you choose, there will be a few WWE-related ads throughout the show.

There are multiple ways to watch Peacock. Aside from watching it on mobile devices and on the PC, Amazon Fire devices, Android TV, Apple TV, LG Smart TVs, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xfinity, and more.

Match Card:

As of this writing, there are six matches on the card, four of which are champion vs. champion matches. There's been no Kickoff match announced yet, but in the following days, we should get a couple more matches on that card.

Of course, the Survivor Series will have two 5-on-5 elimination matches--the men's and women's. For the men, Team Raw will consist of Seth Rollins, Finn Bálor, Kevin Owens, Austin Theory, and Bobby Lashley. Team Smackdown will consist of Drew McIntyre, King Woods, Jeff Hardy, Happy Corbin, and Sheamus.

On the women's side, Team Raw will be Bianca Belair, Rhea Ripley, Liv Morgan, Carmella, and Queen Zelina. Team Smackdown will have Sasha Banks, Shotzi, Shayna Baszler, Natalya, and Toni Storm. Check out the match card below, which will be updated as more bouts are added.

  • Raw vs. SmackDown (Men's Survivor Series Elimination Match)
  • Raw vs. SmackDown (Women's Survivor Series Elimination Match)
  • Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair (Champion vs. Champion Match)
  • Big E vs. Roman Reigns (Champion vs. Champion Match)
  • RK-Bro vs. The Usos (Champion vs. Champion Match)
  • 25-Man Dual Brand Battle Royal
  • Damian Priest vs. Shinsuke Nakamura (Champion vs. Champion Match) [KICKOFF SHOW]


On Thursday, November 18, GameSpot's wrestling podcast Wrestle Buddies will have an episode partly dedicated to predicting the winners and losers of Survivor Series. Some of our top picks for the evening are The Usos, Becky Lynch, and Team Raw for the men. You'll get full predictions on Thursday, so for now, enjoy a recent episode featuring MLW's CEO Court Bauer, as he talks about the creation of the Punjabi Prison Match.

Make sure to come back to GameSpot on Sunday, November 21 for live coverage of Survivor Series.

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