Seth Rollins will captain Raw's men's team at Survivor Series. His four teammates were revealed on Raw this past Monday.
With Survivor Series less than two weeks away, it's high time WWE started to assemble the various teams. SmackDown's women's team is more than halfway done, and heading into Monday's Raw, we knew Seth Rollins would be the red brand's male captain. By the end of the show, Team Red's men's team was complete.
Since Raw was pre-taped, WWE had to be crafty in order to not reveal who the remaining four members were before the show aired on Monday night. However, fans in attendance might have been able to figure out a couple of team members if they had been watching closely enough. Various parts of the show, including its main event, revolved around the friction between two of them.
Randy Orton and Ricochet. The back and forth between them began backstage. The two Superstars aren't exactly the best of friends and have been clashing ever since they were picked for separate teams at Crown Jewel. However, at Survivor Series, they will need to get along as they'll both be a part of Team Raw. They did well on Monday, teaming with Humberto Carillo to defeat The OC.
The other two Superstars would have been far harder for fans to guess. Kevin Owens and Drew McIntyre. KO teamed up with Rollins and Street Profits to take on Imperium. At that point in the show, it seemed as if Raw's male Survivor Series would be those four guys plus one more. Sadly for Street Profits fans, they still have no spot on the PPV card. Meanwhile, McIntyre had no interactions with his soon-to-be teammates.
The Scottish Psychopath wrestled Sin Cara, a match which could well be the luchador's last in WWE now that he has requested his release. The quintet certainly makes for an incredibly strong team. The trouble is, it is also very combustible. It's not like the five of them are the best of friends. Plus, with a Viper and a Psychopath within its ranks, chances are someone will turn on somebody during the match.