WWE: Survivor Series
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Who will survive WWE's historic pay-per-view, Survivor Series? Since 1987, WWE fans have rung in the holiday season with this unique event where all the major titles are on the line. Plus, Superstars form allegiances of four or more to compete for a common cause in elimination tag team matches.
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Elimination Match: Rey Mysterio, Goldust, Cody Rhodes, The Usos vs. The Shield & Real Americans - A traditional elimination match here with four of the top established tag teams & the return of Rey Mysterio that had various highlights such as pre-match twerking (yes, you read that right), how one participant "talked himself out of the match", back to back giant swings, the teamwork between all the team members, and one of the most dominate single performances in Survivor Series history. This was a fun opening match.
Intercontinental Champion Big E. Langston vs. Curtis Axel - A rematch from Langston's title victory on RAW earlier in the week with Langston easily shoving off Axel's offense while showcasing his own power & explosive offense featuring clotheslines & shoulderblocks while Axel himself attempted some big moves himself such as a powerful forearm & using the apron for his clothesline & spear along with taking a cheap shot of his own. This was a solid encounter.
Elimination Match - Total Divas vs. True Divas: Natalya, Bella Twins, Funkadactyls, Eva Marie, JoJo vs. A.J. Lee, Tamina Snuka, Kaitlyn, Alicia Fox, Rosa Mendes, Aksana, Summer Rae - I think this was the first Survivor Series match to have this many participants since the 20 man tag team elimination match dating back to the late 1980's but that's the only relevance past that obsecure fact as this match wasn't much with many of the eliminations happening so quick with some occurring after just one offensive move but did have some minor highlights such as a dance off that had J.B.L. reference Scotty 2 Hotty of all people.
Ryback vs. Mark Henry - Ryback issued an open challenge which was answered by rapper Rick Ross...I mean Mark Henry with Henry showcasing his superior power causing Ryback to not only use his own strength but also attempt to take away the power of Henry by grounding him & working over the legs as well that made Mark Henry resort to offense that we never seen before that shocked everyone including the announce team. This match did it's job in establishing Marh Henry on his return but their WrestleMania match was more competitive.
World Champion John Cena vs. Alberto Del Rio - John Cena came into this match without his protective arm brace tor the first time since his injury which Del Rio targeted right away using whatever possible from the ringside environment to various wrestling moves like the armbar hammerlock while also being able to keep Cena from getting any string of momentum for a long period of time countering his offense resulting in Cena being able to only hit one big move at a time including one unique version of a neckbreaker before both men traded counters avoiding each other's signature moves. They told the good story of Del Rio continuing to focus on Cena's arm & having more control than he previously had with Cena not having his arm protected but it's another case where I felt like their previous PPV was a better encounter.
C.M. Punk & Daniel Bryan vs. Luke Harper & Erick Rowan - Punk & Bryan made their intentions clear early on attempting to take away the size & power advantage showcased when they were a victim of a double suplex by working over the legs to ground him & double teaming with such moves like the old Hart Foundation Hart Attack while the Wyatt Family stuck to their game plan of a power attack with strikes & stomps while isolating a member of the other team but showed effects of the offense from Punk & Bryan as well. This was a good tag team match.
WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. Big Show - Orton attempted the strategy of "hit & run" using his speed advantage while Show was able to keep catching Orton with hard loud chops & various strikes including headbutts causing Orton to focus on another strategy of taking away his power advantage grounding Show before the action got taken to the outside where the ringside environment came into play on more than one occasion while both men were able to take back the advantage taking advantage of their surroundings & catching the other man off guard. This match was definitely a few steps down from the series Orton had with Daniel Bryan as there were some clear botches throughout the match and continued the trend of finishes we've seen over the past few months where you were told one thing & got something completely different however I'll give it credit in that this was one of the best singles matches between these two but it was the aftermath that left the lasting impression.
This PPV continued the streak of shows for the past few months where you had a high amount of matches that either came off as fillers or rematches that wasn't as good of quality as the previous encounters so I recommend this for a rental or stream at first then make your decision to keep this.
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