The new WWE Survivor Series logo hints that the company is continuing with the brand warfare theme for the annual November event.
Survivor Series has always been among the most anticipated events for many WWE fans. For the past several years, it’s been the event where Raw and SmackDown stars battle it out for brand supremacy.
It appears this year will continue the brand warfare tradition as WWE recently debuted the new logo on its official page on WWE.com. The logo has a standard red and blue color scheme representing Raw and SmackDown. The event will take place Saturday, November 26th, at the TD Gardens Arena in Boston.
Interestingly, Survivor Series will be the first of the big four pay-per-views this year that won’t take place in a massive stadium. Despite next month’s Clash at the Castle being inside a stadium, one of WWE’s oldest shows looks to be returning to a somewhat smaller venue.
This year’s Survivor Series will also be the first not to have Vince McMahon involved in a creative or business capacity. McMahon announced his retirement from the company in July and passed over the reigns to his daughter, Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan. Triple H will be taking over the creative responsibilities for the massive show in November.