How to watch WWE Survivor Series 2016: Start time, live stream, kickoff, full card
Here's the best ways to watch the Survivor Series pay-per-view streaming live tonight
The Raw and SmackDown Live brands will converge Sunday night for Survivor Series, one of WWE's four signature pay-per-views and an event being billed as the ultimate opportunity for bragging rights between the company's two rosters.
Survivor Series begins with a kickoff pre-show at 5 p.m. ET and continues with the main card when the pay-per-view kick off an hour earlier than usual at 7 p.m. ET live from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto.
Though the card is not heavy on title matches -- click here for a full set of predictions for Sunday's show -- it does include all of the company's top talent along with a special appearance from former WCW sensation Goldberg, who will face Brock Lesnar in one of the main events.
How to watch
Kickoff -- 5 p.m. ET: WWE Network
Survivor Series -- 7 p.m. ET: WWE Network or pay-per-view [List of providers]
|Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg|
|Raw vs. SmackDown (men)||Elimination Match|
|Raw vs. SmackDown (women)||Elimination Match|
|Raw vs. SmackDown (tag teams)||Elimination Match|
|The Miz (c) vs. Sami Zayn||Intercontinental Championship*|
|The Brian Kendrick (c) vs. Kalisto||Cruiserweight Championship^|
| * If Zayn wins, the intercontinental title will move to Raw. |
^ If Kalisto wins, the entire Cruiserweight division will move to SmackDown.
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