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    Posted: 29/October/2017 at 10:24
Quote Partial Source: The Wrestling Observer

According to reports, the WWE RAW brand is not expected to get their “revenge” against the WWE SmackDown brand for another few weeks. The plan as of earlier this week was to keep “Team Red” off SmackDown! until the final episode prior to Survivor Series. Part of the reason for this is due to the upcoming UK tour.

The WWE RAW and SmackDown! tours of the UK are taking place in separate cities next week so there really isn’t an option to do an “invasion” at the TV tapings. The RAW roster is leaving for England following Monday’s WWE RAW TV tapings so they likely won’t be around for the SmackDown! TV tapings on Tuesday.

WWE runs SmackDown! in Charlotte, NC on November 14th and that will likely be the night the WWE RAW brand gets their revenge. This is also the  “go-home” show for Survivor Series.

WWE’s Survivor Series pay-per-view event takes place on Sunday, November 19th in Houston, TX. The show will feature a RAW vs. SmackDown! theme.

 
You could have Bryan and Shane on Smackdown bringing up how they won't be invaded because of the current European tour and then have it happen.
 
All you need is to get some of your main Raw guys wrestling early on a house show card and then get them on a chartered plane in time for the end of Smackdown.
 
E can afford to do that and it would beat the overated and overhyped end of Raw last week with Smackdown taking out a bunch of low card jobbers, whilst main Raw guys like Lesnar were nowhere to be seen.
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