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WWE: Survivor Series 2011
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The Superstars of Raw, SmackDown, and NXT all battle to be the ultimate survivors! For the 25th consecutive year, the Superstars of WWE come together for Survivor Series. Its unique 5-on-5 elimination matches have always been favorites among WWE fans and this year will see some unique teams built and destroyed. Many of the biggest superstars in WWE look to leave an indelible mark on the sports entertainment landscape.
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The Lumberjill match for the Diva's title was pretty decent Beth Phoenix picked up another victory against Eve Torres. I honestly believe Beth will keep the title until Kharma returns and maybe a match will be set up for them to wrestle at Wrestlemania 28.
The Five on Five match was pretty good with the Heel Group "Team Barrett" picking up the victory. It's good to see Wade Barrett and Cody Rhodes capture the victory, which is something different from the occasional Randy Orton victories. Randy Orton is a made man and doesn't need to continue winning to win over the fans they will love him regardless.
Mark Henry VS Big Show for the World Heavyweight Championship Match. Wow!! I'm shocked on the amount of fans that were behind Henry tonight. I believe Mark Henry came out with a bigger pop than the Big Show. The match was pretty decent but since both are huge you can't really expect a fast pace match. However, I'm mad the match ended in DQ, Why can't WWE turn Mark Henry into a SuperHeel and have him capture a clean victory over the big show? Anyways, Big Show got his revenge by putting the chair around Henry's ankle and breaking it. I'm pretty sure the World Heavyweight Title will be vacant now.
CM Punk VS Alberto Del Rio for WWE Championship. I'm disappointed that both these men didn't give it their all in this match. Both men are good wrestler that could pull off a 5 star match but they didn't. However, it was good to see CM Punk pick up his second WWE Title. The WWE are definitely behind CM Punk now by putting him as the top Babyface and not Cena. Let's hope the WWE gives CM Punk a great run with the title.
The Main event The Rock & John Cena vs The Awesome Truth in a Tag Team match. If Vince doesn't turn Cena Heel now he's the dumbest guy in WWE for not doing it. The Boos Cena received was Massive I mean fans didn't want him to step foot inside that ring. John Cena maybe loved by kids but the Adults hate him with a passion. The Rock received the biggest pop of the night and not a boo was heard, which is what a true Babyface should get. I felt the match should have been more of Rock inside the ring and less of Cena. Cena gets enough in ring action and The Rock is only wrestling part time so why not give him most of the match to Rock. The Rock showed no signs of Ring Rust in that match, which I'm hoping the WWE could squeeze more matches out of him. Watching the Rock wrestle made me fill like a kid again and watching a piece of the Attitude Era return. Anyways, I'm happy that Rock picked up the Victory and not Cena, which made my night. Overall, I gave the PPV 8/10, if Cena would have turned heel and betray Rock then I would've given the PPV a 10.
1. United States Championship Match
Dolph Ziggler (c) vs. John Morrison
Crowd absolutely hated Morrison, but mostly because they wanted to see Zach Ryder in this match instead. Loud chants of "WE WANT RYDER" throughout, but it didn't hurt the match and both guys actually played it up well (well, Ziggler did anyway). Very good match here with lots of back and forth action and near falls. Nothing you haven't seen from these two before, but they play off each other well and they had a strong match. Ziggler won clean after hitting the zig-zag. After the match Ziggler taunted the crowd, which of course led to Ryder coming out to an absolutely enormous reaction, and he laid out Ziggler much to the crowd's delight. This was a great way to start the show. ***1/2
2. WWE Diva's Championship Lumberjill Match
Beth Phoenix (c) vs. Eve
Not horrible per divas match standards but the crowd was completely dead. The lumberjills meant absolutely nothing and were just there to get some face time on ppv. Finish was great however with Beth hitting the glam slam off the second rope for the win, which the crowd went nuts for. Other than that there's nothing much to see here, but not bad by any means. *1/2
3. Traditional Survivor Series Tag Team Match
Team Barrett (Wade Barrett, Cody Rhodes, Dolph Ziggler, Jack Swagger, & Hunico)
Team Orton (Randy Orton, Sheamus, Kofi Kingston, Sin Cara, & Mason Ryan)
Long, basic Survivor Series tag match. I wasn't particularly blown away by this, and the wrestlers seemed to be at a loss when Sin Cara botched a dive to the outside and hurt his knee (he's projected to miss 6 to 9 months), but there was certainly nothing wrong with it and it had a good finish. It came down to Orton against three of the heels, Cody Rhodes, Wade Barrett, and Hunico. Orton eliminated Hunico with an RKO as Hunico came off the top, which everyone saw coming but still looked really cool. However, in a real surprise, Barrett hit the wasteland on Orton right afterwards for the clean win. Barrett and Rhodes really needed to look strong here and this was certainly the right finish. Match was better than average but never really seemed to jump to that next level. **1/2
4. World Heavyweight Championship Match
Mark Henry (c) vs. Big Show
This was an awful match with one really good near fall and a terrible finish. Their last match together at Vengeance was shockingly good. This wasn't that match. Minutes felt like hours here and the crowd was trying desperately to entertain themselves. I distinctly remember chants of "DANIEL BRYAN," UNDERTAKER," and especially an enormously loud "BORING" chant. Both guys seemed to take forever to do anything. However, after Mark Henry speared Big Show through a barricade the crowd seemed to liven up, and Big Show actually went up top and hit a flying elbow for a great near fall. Show took about 4 hours to steady himself on the top, and you could tell he was (rightfully) scared as hell to be up there at his age and weight with all his injuries. However, right after this, Henry kicked Show low for the blatant DQ, which after a bad match, the crowd was not pleased with at all. After the match show laid out Henry with the KO punch and pillmanized his ankle, just like Henry had done to Show back in July. Henry refused a stretcher job and that was that, meaning THIS FEUD MUST CONTINUE. 3/4*
5. WWE Championship Match
Alberto Del Rio (c) vs. CM Punk
Before the match started CM Punk had Howard Finkel do his ring introduction, which was a really awesome moment and MSG exploded for Finkel, which brought him near tears. I've been a fan of Howard for a long time and never understood why someone as talented as he is at what he does would be replaced, so this was a very special moment and you could tell it meant a lot to him. This was the match of the night in my opinion. It started off slow but built well and there were a lot of near falls at the end. Alberto kept working on the arm but Punk would find a way out of it and battle back. Eventually Punk scored a near fall after a kick to the head, and after Del Rio kicked out he locked in the Anaconda vice for the clean submission, and the roof absolutely came off Madison Square Garden, just a huge reaction. Punk had a great victory celebration afterwards as he leaped into the crowd and everyone was going nuts. Really good match overall, hopefully Punk can enjoy a relatively long reign as champion. ***3/4
6. The Rock & John Cena vs. The Miz & R-Truth
The reaction the Rock received when he came out rivaled anything I've ever heard at a sporting event, period. The building was literally shaking. They did stare-downs to start things off, and Rock started the match on the offensive by hitting several lightning-fast arm drags and a magistral cradle for a near fall. Words don't do justice to how awesome this action was. On this night, Rock was in a class all by himself, and he made Cena look pretty horrendous in comparison. Speaking of Mr. Cena, New York did not care much for him on this evening (large understatement). Conservatively, I would say 90% of the crowd absolutely despised him, but not in the usual way. Usually it's a good thing and gets a lot of heat for his matches, but in this case it was a legitimate hatred, to the point where they didn't even want him to be there, because he was simply getting in the way of the Rock. After Rock tagged Cena in the match, Miz and Truth proceeded to get the heat on him for what seemed like days. Everything Truth and Miz did looked good and they gelled well as a team, but as I said before, all this was simply getting in the way of the Rock and nobody cared one bit. Eventually Cena was able to make the tag to the Rock and the place wept with joy as he cleaned house and put Miz in a sharpshooter. Truth broke this up, but Cena slid in and tackled Truth to the outside, allowing Rock to hit the spinebuster and the people's elbow for the win. Afterwards, Rock and Cena took turns going on the turnbuckle as Rock would receive massive ovations and Cena would be booed unmercifully. This led to Rock hitting a Rock Bottom on Cena, which Cena sold quite horribly I might add, and that was the end of the show. To me, this was exactly what it needed to be. They didn't want to do too much before Wrestlemania, so as far as a tease goes I think this was very good. They didn't let Rock do too much, what what he did do was excellent and athletically he's one of the better performers I've seen. As far as the match, they probably got the heat on Cena for too long but in the end it really didn't matter because they people got what they wanted, and that's what wrestling is all about. ***
This was a very enjoyable, entertaining show live. As I said I've been to shows with far better wrestling top to bottom, but that really wasn't the purpose or goal of this show. That being said, the undercard is pretty good for what it is, highlighted by the strong opener and WWE Championship Match. The main event is certainly memorable and worth checking out because of the crowd reactions and the Rock's performance, and for that I recommend buying this dvd.
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