I’m assuming since the Survivor Series is over and we’re headed to the TLC, that MMK isn’t going to continue this series. Since I’ve typed up “Rebooking Survivor Series” up to 2001, I thought I’d continue it. Here goes my version of Survivor Series 1998. If there must be a tournament for the vacated WWE World Heavyweight Championship Title Belt, then I would change the format of the matches, but still keeping the same end result. The tournament will start with 4 Wildcard Survivor Series Teams drawn randomly, where the winning teams advance to the second round and gets reshuffled. The winning teams of the second round are then broken up into Wildcard Tag Teams and face each other. The winning tag team will then face off in a one on one match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Title Belt. I also kept Triple H in the tournament and filled in the byes with a couple of SuperStars who were on the card. Sunday Night Heat Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team match The Legion of Doom (Animal and Droz) and the Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff Hardy) vs. Hardcore Holly, Scorpio, and Too Much (Brian Christopher and Scott Taylor) Sunday Night Heat Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team match The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn and Road Dogg), Gangrel and Val Venis vs. D'Lo Brown and Mark Henry and the Headbangers (Mosh and Thrasher) Women’s Championship Title match WWE Women’s Champion, Jacqueline (with Marc Mero) vs. Sable Tournament First Round Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team match The Rock, Ken Shamrock, Kane and Undertaker vs. Triple H, Goldust, Steve Blackman, Tiger Ali Singh Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team match Stone Cold Steve Austin, X-Pac, Al Snow, and Mankind vs. Big Boss Man, Steven Regal, Jeff Jarrett, and Duane Gill Quarterfinals Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team match Undertaker, the Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and Mankind vs. Kane, Ken Shamrock, X-Pac, and Al Snow Semifinals Tag Team match The Rock and Mankind vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin and Undertaker Finals The Rock vs. Mankind I think this format would have at the very least, kept the Survivor Series concept intact, with 5 traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team matches, with a little twist.