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WWE Survivor Series Kickoff kicks off with a camera panning inside the arena showing the WWE Universe. We go to the expert panel, which consists of Josh Mathews, Mick Foley, Booker T, and Bret Hart. Hart says he is looking forward to the WWE Championship Match, while Foley says he is looking forward to the World Heavyweight Championship Match, and Booker says he wants to see the Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match. Mathews reminds us of the Kickoff Match, which is Kofi Kingston going one-on-one with The Miz. Booker says Kingston is fired up and will get the win, but Foley and Hart say the old Miz is back and that gives him the upper-hand.

We go backstage to the Social Media Lounge and Renee Young. Tonight’s Twitter feed will be using the hash-tag #DreamTeam to make our own Survivor Series Dream Team. We go back to the expert panel, and we see the video hype package for the feud between John Cena and Alberto Del Rio. Hart says the key to the match tonight is Cena’s arm and just how injured it is. Booker says if Cena makes one mistake tonight, Del Rio will break his arm. Foley says Cena always gets a mixed reaction, and nobody likes to be booed in his hometown.

We go backstage and we see The Usos, Goldust, Rey Mysterio and Cody Rhodes gearing up for their match later tonight. We go back to the expert panel, and Hart says the key to the match is to make quick tags and stay fresh. Foley says The Usos and Rhodes and Goldust and Mysterio will have the advantage because they have two sets of brothers on the team. Booker says The Shield and The Real Americans need to focus on taking them out one by one to be successful.

We go backstage and Renee Young is with CM Punk and Daniel Bryan. Bryan says Luke Harper and Erick Rowan are ruthless and forces of nature and one of the biggest challenges he and Punk have had in the WWE. Bryan says he and Punk have overcome every challenge they have faced in the WWE and tonight will be no different. Punk says Bray Wyatt is a weird do and he has people do his dirty work for him. Punk says he and Bryan will take out The Wyatt Family and prove that they are the best.

We go down to ringside, where we see Michael Cole, John Bradshaw Layfield, and Jerry Lawler. They talk about the tag team match between CM Punk and Daniel Bryan and The Wyatt Family, as we gear up for our first match.


Kofi Kingston vs. The Miz
Miz extends his hand for a handshake to start the match, and Kingston hesitantly accepts. The men go around the ring and then exchange roll-ups for two counts. There is a stalemate and then Kingston takes Miz down with a back-slide for a two count. Miz comes back and delivers an Atomic Drop to Kingston. Kingston comes back and clotheslines Miz over the top rope and to the floor. Kingston launches himself over the top rope and takes Miz out with a flying elbow as we head to a “commercial” break.
We’re back and Kingston is still in control of the match. Kingston goes for the lateral press and gets a two count. Miz comes back and kicks Kingston in the face and Kingston is out. Miz goes for the cover, but Kingston kicks out at two. Miz slams Kingston down to the mat and goes for another cover, but Kingston kicks out at two again. Kingston comes back and stomps down on Miz’s chest and the referee begins counting both men down. Kingston drops Miz with a few clotheslines and then connects with the Boom Drop. Kingston goes for the Trouble in Paradise, but Miz ducks. Kingston rolls Miz up, but only gets a two count. Kingston comes back and drops Miz with the S.O.S. and goes for the cover, but Miz kicks out at two. Miz charges at Kingston in the corner, but Kingston kicks him in the head. Kingston connects with a cross-body and goes for the cover, but Miz kicks out at two. Kingston goes to kick Miz in the head, but Miz ducks. Miz grabs Kingston and rolls him up for the win.
Winner: The Miz.
After the match, Miz extends his hand for another handshake, but Kingston slaps him across the face and leaves the ring.

We go to the Social Media Lounge and Renee Young, and she reads some of the Survivor Series Dream Teams that were sent in.

We go back to the expert panel and they talk about the WWE Championship Match as the Kickoff Show comes to a close.

Triple H’s music hits, and he and Stephanie McMahon make their way to the ring. Stephanie welcomes us to the show. Stephanie and Triple H say there will be no physical interference in any match tonight and we are kicking things off with a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match.

We then transition into the Survivor Series opening video.


Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match: Cody Rhodes, Goldust, Rey Mysterio, and The Usos (Jey and Jimmy) vs. The Real Americans (Antonio Cesaro and Jack Swagger) and The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, and Seth Rollins) (w/Zeb Colter)

Cody Rhodes and Dean Ambrose start the match off. They tie up and Rhodes sends Ambrose off the ropes, but Ambrose takes Rhodes down with a shoulder block. Rhodes comes back and decks Ambrose with a right hand. Ambrose comes back and kicks Rhodes to the corner and delivers a series of rights and lefts to Rhodes. Rhodes fights back and drops Ambrose with a clothesline. Ambrose comes back and knees Rhodes in the midsection and then chokes him down on the mat and then stomps away on him in the corner. Ambrose argues with the referee, and Rhodes rolls him up and eliminates him.
Dean Ambrose has been eliminated.
Things break down and Rollins and Reigns attack Rhodes before The Usos take control of the match and take out The Real Americans and Reigns and Rollins. The Usos toss Rollins back into the ring and Rhodes suplexes him down to the mat. Rhodes goes for the cover, but Rollins kicks out at two. Rhodes tags in Goldust. Goldust slams Rollins down to the mat and goes for the cover, but Rollins kicks out at one. Rollins gets away and Swagger tags into the match. Swagger beats dowm Goldust and Cesaro connects with a cheap shot in the corner. Swagger tags in Cesaro, who comes into the ring and goes for the cover, but Goldust kicks out at two. Cesaro tags Swagger back in, and he slams Goldust down to the mat. Swagger goes for the cover, but Goldust kicks out at two. Swagger tags in Cesaro, who drops a leg down onto Goldust. Cesaro goes for the cover, but Goldust kicks out at two. Cesaro gets Goldust in a headlock, but Goldust fights to his feet and counters with a back-slide. Cesaro gets free, but Goldust drops him with a DDT and both men are down. Cesaro comes back and slams Goldust down to the mat. Goldust comes back and tosses Cesaro across the ring, but Cesaro tags in Swagger. Goldust gets to his corner and tags in Mysterio. Mysterio kicks Swagger in the face, and then slings him into the ropes. Mysterio connects with the 6-1-9 and one of the Usos tags in. Jey Uso comes off the top and splashes Swagger and gets the pin.
Jack Swagger has been eliminated.
Cesaro gets into the ring and delivers a huge uppercut to Jey. Cesaro goes for the cover, but Jey kicks out at two. Cesaro gets Jey in the Cesaro Swing, and makes close to 20 rotations. Jimmy gets into the ring, and Cesaro swings him as well. Jey tags in Rhodes, who gets into the ring and rolls up Cesaro and gets the pin fall.
Antonio Cesaro has been eliminated.
Reigns gets into the ring for his team to take on Rhodes. Rhodes tags in one of the Usos and he splashes Reigns in the corner. Reigns counters with an elbow and then slings the Uso into the corner. Reigns tags in Rollins, and they double team the Uso. Rollins goes for the cover, but the Uso kicks out at two. Rollins tags in Reigns, who slams the Uso down to the mat. Reigns tags Rollins back in. Rollins slams the Uso down to the mat and goes for the cover, but he kicks out at two. Rollins and Reigns double-team the Uso, who I heard is Jey, but Jey gets away and tags in Jimmy. Jimmy takes Reigns down with a Samoan Drop. Jimmy smashes Reigns in the corner and goes for the cover, but Reigns kicks out at two. Jimmy goes up top, but Reigns cuts him off. Reigns goes for a suplex, but Jimmy fights out. Jimmy goes for the Superfly Splash, but Reigns gets his knees up. Reigns takes Jimmy out with a Spear.
Jimmy Uso has been eliminated.
Rhodes comes in and drops Reigns with a missile dropkick. Reigns tags in Rollins. Rhodes connects with Cross Rhodes on Rollins, but Reigns made the tag. Reigns takes Rhodes out with a Spear.
Cody Rhodes has been eliminated.
Jey and Reigns fight on the outside as the referee begins to count. Back in the ring, Reigns slams Jey to the mat and Rollins tags in. Rollins stomps Jey’s head into the mat and gets the pin fall.
Jey Uso has been eliminated.
Mysterio gets into the ring and takes Rollins down. Mysterio goes for the cover, but Rollins kicks out at two. Rollins trips Mysterio and then slams him down to the mat. Rollins tags in Reigns. Reigns throws Mysterio over the top rope and down to the floor. Mysterio gets back into the ring at a count of nine. Reigns charges at Mysterio, but Mysterio ducks and Reigns hits the ring post. Reigns tags in Rollins, who takes Goldust off the ring apron. Rollins goes to slam Mysterio, but Mysterio rolls through and pins Rollins.
Seth Rollins has been eliminated.
Rollins stomps away on Mysterio before the referee can get him out of the ring. Mysterio kicks Reigns in the head and goes for the tag, but Reigns stops him. Mysterio catches Reigns with an enzuiguri and then gets him with a drop-toe hold. Mysterio tags in Goldust, who goes to work on Reigns. Goldust power slams Reigns and goes for the cover, but Reigns kicks out at two. Reigns comes back and delivers an elbow to Goldust in the corner. Goldust connects with a cross-body from the top rope and gets a two count. Reigns drops Goldust with a Spear and gets the pin fall.
Goldust has been eliminated.
Mysterio gets into the ring and drop-toe hold Reigns into the ropes, but Reigns counters and delivers a Spear to Mysterio and gets the pin fall.
Rey Mysterio has been eliminated.
Winners: The Shield and The Real Americans; Roman Reigns is the Sole Survivor.

We get a promo for WWE 2K14.

We see Triple H, Stehpanie McMahon, and Kane backstage when Randy Orton walks up. Orton says he wants to make sure they are on the same page. Triple H wants to know what Orton wants, and then says he is the WWE Champion and the Face of the WWE and doesn’t need help. Stephanie tells him to prove it.


WWE Intercontinental Championship Match: Big E. Langston (c) vs. Curtis Axel

Langston and Axel tie up and Langston takes Axel down to the mat. Axel gets free and backs into the corner. Axel goes behind Langston and goes for a suplex, but Langston gets free and slams Axel down to the mat. Axel gets up and comes off the ropes, but Langston takes him down with a shoulder tackle. Langston slams Axel down to the mat and goes for the cover, but Axel kicks out at two. Axel comes back and trips Langston and sends him down to the mat. Axel chokes Langston down on the mat. Axel flips over Langston and works on his neck. Axel goes for the cover, but Langston kicks out at two. Axel gets Langston in a headlock, but Langston gets to his feet. Langston drops Axel with a big clothesline. Langston takes Axel down with a belly-to-belly suplex. Langston splashes down on Axel and then drops the straps. Axel gets to the ropes and then kicks Langston in the knee. Axel connects with the Perfect Plex and goes for the cover, but Langston kicks out at two. Langston comes back and tosses Axel into the corner. Axel counters with an elbow and charges, but Langston catches him and delivers the Big Ending and gets the pin fall.
Winner and still WWE Intercontinental Champion: Big E. Langston.
After the match, Renee Young congratulates Langston on his win. He says when he won the Intercontinental title, it was just like when the Boston Red Sox became the World Series Champions.

We go backstage and we see AJ Lee and Tamina Snuka. AJ says she has not come this far to be taken down now. She says her team doesn’t need to feel inferior and they need to band together and take back the Divas Division. Kaitlyn says why should any of them trust AJ. Kaitlyn says AJ has made enemies with all of them, except for Tamina. AJ says this is about Total Divas not wanting any of them. AJ tells them they can start their own show by stealing this one tonight.


Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match: Natalya, Brie Bella, Nikki Bella, Eva Marie, Jo-Jo, Cameron, and Naomi vs. AJ Lee, Aksana, Alicia Fox, Kaitlyn, Summer Rae, Rosa Mendes, and Tamina Snuka

Alicia and Naomi start the match. Alicia slams Naomi into the corner and then delivers a back-breaker. Alicia goes for the cover, but Naomi kicks out at two. Alicia kicks Naomi in the face in the corner and then sets her on the top rope. Naomi counters and takes Alicia down with a moonsault and gets the pin fall.
Alicia Fox has been eliminated.
Rosa Mendes gets into the ring, and she gets double-teamed by The Funkadactyls. Cameron is in the match now, and she slams Rosa into the turnbuckle. Rosa comes back and slams Cameron down to the mat and gets the pin fall.
Cameron has been eliminated.
Nikki Bella gets into the ring and takes Rosa Mendes down and gets a quick pin fall.
Rosa Mendes has been eliminated.
Summer Rae gets into the ring and she and Nikki have a dance-off. Nikki kicks Summer in the head and gets the pin fall.
Summer Rae has been eliminated.
Eva Marie gets into the ring and Kaitlyn tags in. Kaitlyn knees Eva Marie in the face and gets the pin fall.
Eva Marie has been eliminated.
Naomi gets into the ring, but Kaitlyn takes her down with a knee to the midsection and gets the pin fall.
Naomi has been eliminated.
Brie Bella gets into the match, but Kaitlyn goes for a Spear. Brie moves and delivers a missile dropkick to Kaitlyn and gets the pin fall.
Kaitlyn has been eliminated.
Aksana gets into the ring and slams Brie Bella down to the mat and gets the pin fall.
Brie Bella has been eliminated.
Nikki Bella gets into the ring and drops Aksana down to the mat and gets the pin fall.
Aksana has been eliminated.
Tamina Snuka enters the match for her team to face Nikki Bella and eliminates her.
Nikki Bella has been eliminated.
Tamina slams Jo-Jo down to the mat. Tamina slams Jo-Jo into the corner and charges, but Jo-Jo gets her boots up. Tamina comes back and slams Jo-Jo back down to the mat. Tamina drops Jo-Jo with a Samoan Dropand then tags in AJ Lee. AJ pins Jo-Jo.
Jo-Jo has been eliminated.
Natalya comes into the match, but Tamina slams her down. Tamina goes for the Superfly Splash, but Natalya moves. Natalya locks in the Sharpshooter, and Tamina taps out.
Tamina Snuka has been eliminated.
AJ knocks Natalya down in the ring, but Natalya comes back and locks AJ in the Sharpshooter and AJ taps out.
Winners: Natalya, Cameron, Naomi, Eva Marie, Brie Bella, Nikki Bella, and Jo-Jo; Natalya is the Sole Survivor.

We go backstage and we see Randy Orton talking to referee Charles Robinson. Orton says he and Robinson have been friends for a long time, but he needs Robinson to call the match tonight right down the middle. Robinson says okay, but Orton asks him again. Robinson says he is going to do what The Authority says.

We go to the Expert Panel, but Ryback interrupts and comes to the ring.

Open Challenge Match: Ryback vs. Mark Henry

They tie up and Ryback backs Henry into the corner. Henry fights back and shoves Ryback down to the mat. Henry picks Ryback up on his shoulders, but Ryback gets free and chops Henry’s knee. Ryback beats down Henry and goes for a suplex, and he connects with it. Henry comes back and sends Ryback to the outside. Ryback gets back into the ring, but Henry catches him with a headbutt. Henry slams Ryback down to the mat and goes for the cover, but Ryback grabs the bottom rope. Ryback chops Henry’s knee again. Ryback applies a headlock down on the mat. Henry gets to his feet and knocks Ryback down to the mat. Henry delivers a running power-slam to Ryback and goes for the cover, but Ryback kicks out at two. Henry goes for the World’s Strongest Slam, but Ryback counters and delivers a spine-buster to Henry. Ryback goes for the Meat Hook Clothesline, but Henry counters with a cross-body out of the corner. Henry drops Ryback with the World’s Strongest Slam and gets the pin fall.
Winner: Mark Henry.

We see a promotional video for WWE action figures at K-Mart.

We go back to the expert panel, and Booker says everybody needs to be on watch for Mark Henry. They begin talking about the match between John Cena and Alberto Del Rio, which is coming up next.

We see the hype video for the feud between Cena and Del Rio.

World Heavyweight Championship Match: John Cena (c) vs. Alberto Del Rio

Cena and Del Rio tie up and then Cena gets Del Rio in a headlock. Del Rio fights out and goes to work on Cena’s injured arm, but Cena counters and gets Del Rio in another headlock. Cena comes off the ropes, but Del Rio counters with a hip-toss. Del Rio gets Cena down on the mat and applies a headlock, but Cena fights to his feet. Del Rio kicks Cena on his injured arm and then chokes him with his boot down on the mat. Del Rio connects with a suplex and goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Del Rio comes off the top rope and clubs Cena in his bad arm. Cena and Del Rio fight to the outside and Del Rio slams Cena into the steel steps. Del Rio tosses Cena back into the ring and goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Del Rio clubs Cena’s arm from the top rope again. Del Rio goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Del Rio works over Cena’s arm, but Cena gets to his feet. Del Rio keeps control and tosses Cena into the corner. Del Rio stomps away on Cena’s arm and then tosses him to the outside. Del Rio does Cena’s “You Can’t See Me” hand gesture and then gets back into the ring. Cena gets into the ring, but Del Rio drops him with a clothesline. Del Rio goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Del Rio works over Cena’s arm, but Cena lifts him up and goes for the AA, but Del Rio grabs the ropes. Del Rio drops Cena with a Backstabber and goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Del Rio goes up top and dives, but Cena counters with a dropkick. Cena sets up for the Five Moves of Doom, but Del Rio counters and drops him with a DDT. Cena pulls himself up on the ropes and Del Rio charges, but Cena pulls the ropes down and Del Rio crashes to the outside. Del Rio gets back into the ring at the count of nine, but Cena drops Del Rio with a side-slam and connects with the Five-Knuckle Shuffle. Cena goes for the AA, but Del Rio counters and slams Cena down to the mat. Del Rio goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Del Rio goes for the enzuiguri, but Cena counters and goes for the STF. Del Rio counters out, but Cena drops him with a Tornado DDT and goes for the cover, but Del Rio kicks out at two. Del Rio comes back and kicks Cena in the head and goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Del Rio charges at Cena in the corner, but Cena moves and Del Rio goes shoulder-first into the ring post. Cena slams Del Rio down to the mat and goes for the cover, but Del Rio kicks out at two. Del Rio comes back and delivers a back-breaker to Cena and goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Del Rio goes for the cross arm-breaker, but Cena rolls through and locks in the STF, and Del Rio gets a hand on the bottom rope. Del Rio kicks Cena in the face and goes for the cover, but Cena kicks out at two. Del Rio goes for the cross arm-breaker, but Cena counters and drops Del Rio with a neck-breaker. Cena goes for the cover, but Del Rio kicks out at two. Cena grabs Del Rio, but Del Rio counters and locks in the cross arm-breaker. Cena picks Del Rio up and slams him down to the mat to break the hold. Cena comes back and delivers the AA and gets the pin fall.
Winner and still World Heavyweight Champion: John Cena.

We see a video preview for Michael Strahan being the Raw Guest Host tomorrow night.

We see Santino Marella and R-Truth playing with WWE action figures backstage. Los Matadores walk up with El Torito. Fandango walks up, as well. John Laurinaitis walks up and says, “People Power.” Marella and Truth continue playing with the action figures to end the segment.

We see the video hype package for the ongoing feud between The Wyatt Family and CM Punk and Daniel Bryan.

CM Punk and Daniel Bryan vs. The Wyatt Family (Erick Rowan and Luke Harper) (w/Bray Wyatt)
Punk and Harper start the match off. Harper sends Punk to the corner and delivers a clothesline and then delivers a big chop across Punk’s chest. Harper tags in Rowan and Punk tags Bryan. Punk and Bryan double-team Rowan in the corner. Rowan powers out and gets rid of Bryan and slams Punk to the mat and then tags in Harper. Punk comes back and tags in Bryan. Bryan comes into the ring and delivers a series of kicks to Harper. Bryan tags in Punk and Harper tags in Rowan. Rowan slams Punk down to the mat and wrenches his neck. Rowan tags Harper back into the match, and he works over Punk down on the mat. Punk tries to come back with a few kicks, but Harper slams him down to the mat again. Harper tags in Rowan and Punk tries to get to Bryan, but Rowan stops him. Punk comes back and gets free and tags in Bryan as Rowan tags in Harper. Bryan takes Harper down and then dumps him to the outside. Bryan launches over the top rope and tags Harper down on the outside. Back in the ring, Bryan takes Harper down with a missile dropkick. Bryan kicks Harper in the chest and goes for the big kick to the head, but Harper ducks. Bryan dropkicks Harper in the corner and goes for a head-scissors take down, but Harper stops him and delivers a massive power bomb. Harper goes for the cover, but Punk breaks it up at two. Rowan gets into the ring and dumps Punk to the outside. Harper tags in Rowan. Rowan splashes Bryan and goes for the cover, but Bryan kicks out at two. Rowan repeatedly slams Bryan into the mat and then goes for the cover, but Bryan kicks out at two. Punk tries to get back on the apron, but Rowan kicks him back down to the floor. Rowan tags Harper back in, and he slingshots Bryan throat-first into the bottom rope. Harper goes for the cover, but Bryan kicks out at two. Bryan fights back for a second, but Harper slams Bryan down to the mat. Harper goes after Punk, but Punk kicks him in the head and takes him down. Bryan tags Punk, and Punk takes Harper down with a flying clothesline. Punk knocks Rowan off the apron and then connects takes down Wyatt and Rowan on the outside. Back in the ring, Punk drops Harper with a neck-breaker. Punk delivers the elbow drop and goes for the cover, but Harper kicks out at two. Punk goes for the GTS on Harper, but Rowan makes the save. Bryan takes Rowan out and Punk delivers the GTS to Harper and gets the pin fall.
Winners: CM Punk and Daniel Bryan.
After the match, Bray Wyatt teases getting into the ring, but he backs away and stares at Punk and Bryan.

We see a preview for the ABC Family Christmas Movie starring The Miz, “Christmas Bounty.”

We go backstage and we see John Cena in the office with The Authority. The doctor says Cena is good to go for Raw tomorrow, and Randy Orton storms in. Cena leaves and Orton wants to know why Cena was in the office. Nobody says anything, and we go back to the guys at the announce table.

We get the video hype package for the ongoing feud between The Big Show and The Authority.

WWE Championship Match: Randy Orton (c) vs. The Big Show
The referee calls for the bell and Orton goes to the outside. Orton gets back into the ring and Show grabs him. Show slams him to the mat and then stands on his back near the ropes. Show delivers a headbutt to Orton and then drops an elbow. Show goes for the cover, but Orton kicks out at two. Show takes Orton to the corner and delivers a chop across his chest. Show delivers another chop and goes for a big shoulder block, but Orton counters with a dropkick. Orton comes out out of the corner and drops a knee. Orton applies a Sleeper Hold, but Show gets to his feet. Show drops down and Orton slams into the mat. Show drops Orton with a couple clotheslines and then smashes Orton in the corner. Show sets up for the chokeslam, but Orton rolls to the outside. Show follows Orton out and slams him into the steel steps a couple times. Show tosses Orton back into the ring. Show goes to the top rope. Orton counters and delivers the DDT to Show. Orton sets up for the RKO, but Show counters and delivers a chokeslam. Show goes for the cover, but Orton kicks out at two. Show clenches his fist and goes for the KO Punch, but Orton rolls to the outside again. Show goes out after Orton and then tosses Orton into the referee. Orton shoves Show into the steel ring post and the steel steps. Show comes back and tosses Orton over the barricade and into the crowd. Show delivers a chop to Orton and then tosses him back towards the ring. Orton catches Show and goes for the DDT on the floor, but Show counters with the KO Punch. Triple H’s music hits and he and Stephanie McMahon come to the stage. Orton hits the RKO on Show. Orton delivers the Punk to Show and gets the pin fall.
Winner and still WWE Champion: Randy Orton.
After the match, John Cena’s music hits and he comes to the stage. Triple H and Stephanie turn to look at him. He comes to the ring and holds the World Heavyweight title over his head. Cena gets into the ring and he and Orton hold their titles in each others faces.

Survivor Series comes to a close with Orton and Cena staring at each other and holding their respective titles high in the air.



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12 Responses

  1. Shacoria J says:

    I’m shocked Reigns was the sole survivor it seems like they mostly wanna use him to barely be in matches. The order the matches are in are also strange.

  2. Matt says:

    Obviously a title unification match coming up. Solid PPV but not really for survivor series standards. The best were from 1998-2001.

  3. chris c. says:

    i smell unification!

  4. DBRude says:

    Ah! So THIS is where the “Face of the WWE” storyline is headed…

  5. LOL says:

    Hulk Hogan will return as the rightful face of the company BROTHER!

  6. Tyler says:

    Did John Cena just quietly turn heel in his home town?

  7. T says:

    Hmm Cena or Orton. Lesser of two evils here…

  8. Meh says:

    Interesting how this report says Natalya is the Sole Survivor and that Nikki Bella was eliminated yet the Divas Survivor Series match says that Natalya and Nikki Bella are the Survivors.

  9. Michael Riba says:

    @Meh,

    This was being copied and pasted as I was doing the live results last night. At the time, it appeared that Natalya was the Sole Survivor. It wasn’t until an hour later that Michael Cole admitted that a mistake was made and that Nikki Bella survived as well. I changed it in the Divas match thread, but not here because I was covering the Cena/Del Rio match at the time (or maybe it was Punk/Bryan vs. The Wyatts). It doesn’t matter which, I’m just saying.

  10. Shockmaster Suplex says:

    The easiest way to make the kids turn on John Cena is to turn him into a bully, but they gave that one to Ryback, who in turn, drops the ball on that gimmick.

  11. cas says:

    I’m not going with the unification. I’m guessing they angle here is Cena’s age and concerns with his body holding up being the “real face” of the company. Orton is jealous. I don’t think Cena makes the turn but somehow he is “invested” in himself and is aligned with the Authority to protect his brand. it draws more heat for him but keeps his morals some what intact

  12. Mr. Black says:

    Is anyone else as excited as I am for the highly anticipated match between Cena and Orton? The fans have been dying for this and finally it has happened. For the 1,000,000th time. FML.

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