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WWE Survivor Series: MAJOR name has NOT been flown in

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A major name is reportedly not going to be at WWE Survivor Series 2023, despite many believing he could be the catalyst for a CM Punk return.

According to a new report from Fightful Select, Shinsuke Nakamura was not flown in for the show, at least he was not booked to travel for the event:

“Shinsuke Nakamura was not booked to travel to Chicago for Survivor Series” the site reported in its Scoops thread for the Premium Live Event.

It is not known if CM Punk will be appearing tonight, but it’s likely that he will not be the name that Shinsuke Nakamura has been referring to recently.

WWE Survivor Series 2023 Shinsuke Nakamura

Here are all of the matches set to take place tonight:

  • Women’s WarGames Match: Bianca Belair, Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch & Shotzi vs. Damage CTRL (Bayley, Iyo Sky, Kairi Sane & Asuka)
  • Santos Escobar vs. Carlito
  • WWE Women’s World Championship: Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Zoey Stark
  • Intercontinental Championship: Gunther (c) vs. The Miz
  • Men’s WarGames Match: Cody Rhodes, Seth Rollins, Jey Uso, Sami Zayn & Randy Orton vs. The Judgment Day (Damian Priest, Finn Balor, Dominik Mysterio, JD McDonagh) & Drew McIntyre

The WWE Network makes it easy for fans in the UK to watch this extravaganza from the comfort of their living rooms.

Available for a monthly fee of just £9.99 on a rolling contract, the network offers live streams of all WWE events, including WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, Money in The Bank, SummerSlam and Survivor Series.

Fans in the United States can also watch the full event back in full via Peacock, the streaming service from NBC that is available from $5.99 a month (+tax) or $59.99 per year (+tax).

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