Wrestling Inc. reported earlier in the month that descriptions for pay-per-view companies have been written for November's Survivor Series pay-per-view. The description all but guarantees that the traditional Survivor Series match will remain a part of the event this year.
It also will likely ramp up rumors that current WWE champion CM Punk will be involved in a Survivor Series match this year, based upon the word "respect" being conveniently placed in the description.
Punk began his current reign as WWE champion at last year's Survivor Series. Thanks to the help of WWE official Brad Maddox inside Hell in a Cell, that reign continues.
By the time Survivor Series comes, Punk will have passed Diesel's reign and tie Hulk Hogan's reign at 364 days—the third-longest reign in the last 25 years. If this Survivor Series match ends up happening, it may end up being that Punk will not defend the title at Survivor Series, something that has not happened since 2006.
Assuming that The Best in the World would be the captain of a Survivor Series team (or should I say that Paul Heyman will be captaining it from ringside), here would be an educated guess as to what this five-on-five traditional Survivor Series match could look like on November 18.