Becky says they’ll be at Survivor Series whether Paige wants them or not – and if she wins, maybe they’ll take the belt from her too.
Natty’s babyface turns is complete in this build – because she isn’t just fighting for the title, she’s a Hart – so the title means, as with all other Hart titleholders, that she’d earn a Hart Foundation hockey jersey, which we’re reminded of when Bret appears unannounced on RAW to pump her up and remind everyone of the hockey jersey tradition. Bret doesn’t come alone – he then brings out the Anvil, and he and Natty hug (again, she’s a babyface now). Bret says he and the Anvil will be in attendance at Survivor Series and they might bring some friends. The Shield then hits the ring and we get the “if we were 30 years younger..hell, we could take them if we were ten years younger”…stuff from the Harts. The Shield says they can paint all of St Louis in pink and black; the Shield is walking out of Survivor Series with all 3 tag title belts and with the title Undisputed Greatest Tag Team of All Time.
GHB says we need to start deporting some of the foreigners in the locker room, and why not begin with the Colons.
The Colons say they’re Puerto Rican and Puerto Rico is part of the United States.
That distinction isn’t of interest to GHB. And we’ve got a handicap match.
Rusev v. Colons
Finally, someone from Underground is going to lose his job; Fit runs the day to day in Underground since Regal, who remains the big boss, has the Fight Night job. The main roster guys come back to WWFU to get in some training work where Fit reveals that given the pressure from below with new guys ready to move up, someone has to lose his spot. Leaving us this highly pressurized tag match.
Sandow/Gabriel v. Curtis/Slater.
Add in the promoted return of Kenta for a dark match and we have the card for Survivor Series 2014.
Rusev (w/Lana and GHB) v. Colons
Someone's Getting Fired: Damien Sandow/Justin Gabriel v. Fandango Curtis/Heath Slater