Survivor Series is coming next month from Atlanta. Let’s put the following card together.
So, for example, Woods might say that there’s never been black tag team champs in the modern WWF era.
New Day in a subsequent promo reveals a Samoan heritage chart, with all the Samoans (including Joe) purporting to show how they’re all related.
Sheamus and Barrett largely talk about beating The Shield, Langston turning on them is an irritant, they talk about the 2 ½ year title run they’re about to go on. Sheamus and Barrett – tag team champions until 2018! What could go wrong?
Despite what might be perceived as shenanigans at Summer Slam, Flair is able to keep 4-Ground together as two of its members meet for the Women’s Title. He stresses that they are a family – and that’s the most important thing, more important that money or fame or even titles is that they stay a family and after Survivor Series, no matter who wins, that has to stay true.
Flair says he won’t come to ringside for the title match, even though Survivor Series is going to be in Atlanta, and the people in Atlanta obviously have a special relationship with Ric Flair – he wants Paige and Charlotte to wrestle and however it goes, everyone should feel good about the outcome. What could go wrong?
Here’s the rest of the card.
(if you followed TNA, you know this, there was a robust Horsemen group led by Bobby Roode and Joe, that's the friend that Flair refers to)
Flair says he saw what happened to Storm, but Storm isn't the same as this other guy - and all Flair wants to say to Joe is he knows that one day he'll be at home on his couch and the group running WWF won't be GDI or Underground or Paul Heyman Guys - it'll be the Four Horsemen.
Joe tells the old men to get out of his ring before he leaves them laying.