King Woods Proposes Royal Rumble 2022 Implications For WWE Survivor Series 2021 Tag Match
Woods wants their to be stakes in the match
Xavier Woods has proposed Royal Rumble 2022 implications for the upcoming Raw vs. SmackDown five-on-five tag-team match at Survivor Series 2021.
King Woods will be on the blue brand team on Sunday 21 November when he aligns with Drew McIntyre, Jeff Hardy, Happy Corbin and Sami Zayn to take on Raw's Seth Rollins, Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, Bobby Lashley and Rey Mysterio.
At the moment, the only thing up for stake is Brand Supremacy, but Woods has pitched that the winning team gets the five final spots in the 2022 Royal Rumble, while the losing team fills out spots one through five.
In a video posted online to WWE YouTube's channel, Woods said: "Survivor Series, five on five, Raw vs SmackDown, what a joyous occasion. But what are we fighting for?
"What I proclaim, your King proclaims that the losing team, Raw, obviously, should have a five-way elimination match fighting for spots one through five in next year's Royal Rumble. SmackDown, the winning team, would do the same but we'd be fighting for spots 26 through 30.
"If you guys are down, hit me up. Let me know. If not, it's cool, we can do bragging rights like usual. Whatever."