Alberto Del Rio, Bray Wyatt, Charlotte Flair, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler, John Cena, Kane, Kevin Owens, Koko B. Ware, Luke Harper, Nikki Bella, Paige, Randy Orton, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Sheamus, Summer Rae, Survivor Series, The Brothers Of Destruction, The Dudley Boys, The New Day, The Shield, The Undertaker, The USOS, Triple H, Tyler Breeze, WWE, WWE Network, WWE Survivor Series 2015
I have to admit that despite not having Randy Orton, John Cena, Seth Rollins, and even CM Punk, this wasn’t that bad of a PPV to be perfectly honest. I will admit that on Twitter I was a little bit ticked off that the only Traditional Survivor Series match was on the pre-show, but then all of a sudden we had another one during the actual PPV. That of course, was one of the entertaining matches of the night because it featured The New Day. It was nice to see The USOS back in the mix as well so we can bring some legitimacy to the WWE Tag Team Division. One question though. did the WWE say screw it to any chance of The Dudley Boys getting a shot at the titles? For the first time in my life, I actually went undefeated in the night with all of my predictions including one that I added to the Championship finals. I will admit that I haven’t watched Monday Night Raw in about four months and maybe that is what it takes for me to correctly predict matches or can I see right through them now. I will of course explain to all of you.
As far as my predictions are concerned, I knew that Dean Ambrose vs Roman Reigns was what was best for business because it’s a match that all of us have wanted to see. We’ve seen Dean take on Seth Rollins in some awesome matches and we even saw Roman Reigns take on Seth, but we’ve never seen the other members of The Shield take on each other. As much as I enjoy having Alberto Del Rio back and as much as I enjoy Kevin Owens being on the main roster, I knew they weren’t going to make it to the finals. My thought process on Tyler Breeze’s match with Dolph Ziggler and Charlotte Flair’s match with Paige were both the same. These are brand new rivalries so the guy you want to win isn’t going to yet to set up more PPV matches. That was the same as far as Charlotte and Paige was concerned. You’re not going to have Paige beat Charlotte for the Divas Title yet, you’ll do it down the line or you just may never do it and have Nikki Bella return to do it.
As far as The Brothers Of Destruction (The Undertaker And Kane) taking on Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper match was concerned, it was a little different. I was going on a whim that the WWE was not going to have The Deadman lose on his 25TH Anniversary of when he entered the WWE. I do however want to thank JBL for the tidbit on Koko B. Ware being the first man ever Tombstoned by the Deadman. It was an excellent match and if this is it, then I want to thank The Undertaker for all the amazing memories he has provided over the last 25 years. Now as far as the championship match was concerned, we all know Roman Reigns was going to win the title because it was his time to do so. As far as the extra tidbit about Sheamus cashing in, well that was something some I know brought up to me during a conversation and it made perfect sense. Roman Reigns rejected Triple H’s offer to join The Authority and now he is the new Daniel Bryan. He wins the title on his own and then out of nowhere he gets screwed by Triple H as Sheamus is lurking in the back. It was definitely one heck of a night and I have to say I cannot wait to see what happens on Monday Night Raw as Sheamus is your new champ. WWE TLC 2015 is around the corner and yous truly will be there. As far as Survivor Series 2015 is concerned, I am giving the PPV an B+ for a final grade. Here are the results:
Eddie went 7-0
Roman Reigns defeated Alberto Del Rio
Dean Ambrose defeated Kevin Owens
Tyler Breeze defeated Dolph Ziggler
Charlotte Flair defeated Paige
The Brothers of Destruction (The Undertaker and Kane) defeated Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper
Roman Reigns defeated Dean Ambrose
Sheamus defeated Roman Reigns after cashing in his Money In The Bank contract.