We investigate the traveling wave solutions of a three-species system involving a single predator and a pair of strong-weak competing preys. Our results show how the predation may affect this dynamics. More precisely, we describe several situations where the environment is initially inhabited by the predator and by either one of the two preys. When the weak competing prey is an aboriginal species, we show that there exist traveling waves where the strong prey invades the environment and either replaces its weak counterpart, or more surprisingly the three species eventually co-exist. Furthermore, depending on the parameters, we can also construct traveling waves where the weaker prey actually invades the environment initially inhabited by its strong competitor and the predator. In all those situations, we find the infimum of the set of admissible wave speeds; these results are sharp at least when the three species diffusive at the same speed.