Despite much of the focus being on this Sunday's Survivor Series pay-per-view, WWE is already making plans for next year's event.
The Houston Chronicle reported on Wednesday night that Survivor Series 2017 is set to take place at the Toyota Center in Houston, TX. Like this year's show, WWE is planning a marathon weekend around the "big four" PPV but will instead run four straight nights in the building in 2017.
The Toyota Center also confirmed the news on Twitter.
Kicking off the weekend will be an NXT TakeOver special, which is set for Saturday, November 18th. Survivor Series, Raw, and SmackDown will then take place on successive nights. Tickets for Survivor Series go on sale at 11 a.m. ET on December 9th, and WWE will also have travel packages for the event going on sale at 12 p.m. ET on December 6th.
With next year's Royal Rumble already announced for San Antonio, this news means that WWE will be bringing two of their biggest weekends of the year to Texas in 2017.
Following this year's event headlined by Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar, the Chronicle notes that next year will be the 30th anniversary of Survivor Series after the show originally debuted in 1987.