WWE has confirmed the date for the upcoming WWE Survivor Series 2020 PPV and that the event will based around The Undertaker’s 30th Anniversary in WWE.
The date for Survivor Series this year was always confirmed for 22 November. However, the location was in limbo due to COVID-19 complications. Before the pandemic, WWE was planning to take the event to Dallas.
In the last few months, it was rumored that WWE is looking for outdoor locations for Survivor Series where fans will be able to attend the event with COVID-19 regulations and social distancing norms. But those plans never came to fruition as the coronavirus situation remains serious and it looks like the event will take place from Amway Center in Orlando, FL.
As reported earlier, WWE is planning The Undertaker’s 30 Anniversary of WWE as the special attraction for Survivor Series 2020. The Undertaker’s WWE debut at Survivor Series 1990 in a tag team match as the mystery partner for Ted Debiase’ Million Dollar team.
WWE has planned several documentaries on the Deadman’s career for the next 4 weeks under the project “30 Days of the Deadman.” The Undertaker is also expected to appear on 22 November in a non-wrestling role.
In recent years, Survivor Series is based around RAW vs SmackDown brand rivalry with NXT also joining the fold last year. It is not made clear whether that format will continue this year.
In regards to upcoming PPVs, WWE is expected to close this year with the Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2020 event on 20 December. Before that, an NXT TakeOver event is rumored for 6 December. Keep following this page for the latest updates on the WWE PPV schedule.