WWE Advert Ruins Huge WrestleMania Championship Match, Traditional Survivor Series Match For 2019 Already Being Advertised?

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Kofi Kingston Will Finally Be Given His Shot At WrestleMania 35

The past few months have seen SmackDown Live dominated by the feud between Daniel Bryan and Kofi Kingston, a rivalry that should have reached its peak last week when Kingston won the gauntlet match, but he was then screwed over by the WWE Chairman.

The New Day has since spent the week hinting that they wanted to walk away from WWE after being screwed out of the biggest match of his career, but local advertisements have seemingly confirmed that Kingston will be given the opportunity at WrestleMania 35 in less than two weeks.

It was thought that the match would be announced tonight on SmackDown Live, but now it appears that when the match is announced it will be inevitable since once again an advertisement from the company itself has revealed WWE’s plans ahead of time.

Survivor Series Traditional Elimination Match Already Being Advertised

WrestleMania is on the horizon at present and it appears that there could be some interesting title changes at the event if the line up for Survivor Series in November is anything to go by.

Of course, there are a number of pay-per-views between WrestleMania and Survivor Series but Chicago is already advertising the traditional match which will see Raw and SmackDown go head to head once again.

It’s interesting to note that Seth Rollins isn’t in this match since he could still be Universal Champion if he’s victorious at WrestleMania 35, while Dean Ambrose isn’t present because he is expected to leave the company next month.

Kofi Kingston and Daniel Bryan are also two notable absentees from this advertisement, which could be a hint that the two men could continue their lengthy feud.

It is worth noting that this is almost eight months away and all cards are subject to change, but some of the company’s biggest faces will be staying put following the 2019 Superstar Shakeup.