WWE Survivor Series WarGames 2022: Date, Time, Match Card, and Live Stream

The Survivor Series is approaching quickly. Action that has never been witnessed in WWE before may be seen in the 36th instalment of the PPV event. For both male and female talent, WWE has scheduled two WarGames contests. A WarGame match is a cutting-edge setting built for punishing behaviour. The arena will be enclosed by a steel cage and comprised of two identical rings of standard size. In a Survivor Series-style elimination event, WarGames will consist of two teams, each with five contestants.

All participants’ intestinal fortitude was put to the test in the ultimate feud-settling match. The contest was initially presented in 1980 by “The American Dream” Dusty Rhoades, a famous Hall of Famer.

Although it’s uncommon to see it in WWE, fans of the 1980s will be familiar with the setting because it was once employed by other firms like NWA and WCW. A few more matches will take place prior to the two main events to pique the interest of the crowd because WarGames will be the main event of Survivor Series 2022.


Match Card:

Bianca Belair, Asuka, Mia Yim, TBD, and Alexa Bliss will compete in the first WarGames female match against Rhea Ripley. Damage CTRL and Nikki Cross.

The Bloodline, which consists of The Usos, Kevin Owens, and The Brawling Brutes, will compete in the WarGames males match.

Ronda Rousey, the champion, will compete against Shotzi for the SmackDown Women’s Championship at the event.


Seth Rollins, the current US champion, faces Bobby Lashley, Austin Theory, and Bobby Theory in a triple threat match for the US title.

AJ Styles, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, Fin Balor from Mia Yim vs. The Judgement Day, Damien Priest, Dominik Mysterio, and Rhea Ripley are additional participants.

When and where to watch Survivor Series WarGames 2022

On November 26, Saturday, at 8 p.m. ET/1 a.m. GMT on Sunday, the Boston, Massachusetts-based TD Garden will host the Survivor Series WarGames 2022.


The WWE Network is where you can watch the Survivor Series. New users can join up for a free trial that lasts one month and can be cancelled at any time.

If you live in the US, NBC’s brand-new paid streaming service Peacock Premium is where you can watch Survivor Series exclusively. Peacock Premium’s regular subscription costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 annually, while Peacock Premium Plus, which is ad-free, costs $9.99 per month or $99.99 annually.

Additionally, Peacock provides a free seven-day trial for Peacock Premium or Peacock Premium Plus, allowing those who have not yet signed up for the service to watch Crown Jewel this weekend. You can also get in touch with your nearby cable provider and pay a separate cost to watch if you don’t have a Peacock subscription.


Without a WWE Network subscription, UK residents can purchase Survivor Series pay-per-view through BT Sport Box Office 2.

On the Hindi-language Sony Ten 1 and Ten 3 channels, viewers in India can watch it live and exclusively. The pay per view will also be broadcast on Jio TV, Airtel TV, and the OTT platform SonyLIV app.


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