King Woods Proposes Stakes For Survivor Series Elimination Match With Royal Rumble Implications

King Woods is looking to add some stakes to Survivor Series.

On Friday, November 12, Xavier Woods is set to go up against Roman Reigns, just one week after he and Kofi Kingston were attacked by The Bloodline following his victory over Jimmy Uso. WWE's King of the Ring posted a video online addressing the Head of the Table ahead of their encounter, saying the following:

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"There's two things I want to get off my chest. The first one being about the Usos and the usurper, one Roman Reigns. Last Friday, what you all did was completely unprofessional. So since we're clearly no longer acting as gentlemen in this situation, then it's time to get nasty because y'all felt the need to try to take Kofi out and you completely disrespected my crown. So, Roman, I don't care that you're the self-proclaimed Head of the Table. I don't care how many times you've been champion. I don't care how many times you've main evented WrestleMania. I will be at SmackDown on Friday, and when I see you, it's your ass."

Woods continued on, wondering what the teams of Raw and SmackDown are fighting for at Survivor Series. He decided to make a proposition to team Raw that would see the winning team get an advantage in the upcoming Royal Rumble match.

"Second thing, Survivor Series, five on five, Raw vs SmackDown, what a joyous occasion. But what are we fighting for? What I proclaim, your King proclaims that the losing team, Raw, obviously, should have a five-way elimination match fighting for spots one through five in next year's Royal Rumble. SmackDown, the winning team, would do the same but we'd be fighting for spots 26 through 30. If you guys are down, hit me up. Let me know. If not, it's cool, we can do bragging rights like usual. Whatever. Roman sucks! Deuces," Woods said.

To see the rosters for the Men's and Women's Elimination Matches at Survivor Series, click here.

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