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#1 Posted on 19.11.12 0036.32
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Really, no one else wants to start the thread?

Brodus Clay, Car Sterio and Just Kidding d. Tensai, Epico, Primo and the Prime Time Players in a Bonus Survivor Series Elimination Tag: Car Sterio and Just Kidding were the survivors for their team. Tyson Kidd actually got two eliminations, beating Titus O'Neill with a rollup off the ropes and Epico with the Sharpshooter. Good for him!

Eve Torres d. Kaitlyn via swinging neckbreaker: Before the match, an assailant in a blonde wig attacked Kaitlyn, but was fought off this time and revealed to be Aksana. Kaitlyn was out to get Eve in the match, but heel chicanery with the ring apron set up Eve's finisher to retain.

Mick Foley gave his team a pep talk, which largely failed when only Daniel Bryan and Kofi Kingston did his "One two three Bang Bang!" with him. When he asked Orton for some help, Orton just said "I hate you" and walked away. Meanwhile, David Otunga was chosen as the fifth member of Team Ziggler in the pre-show.

Antonio Cesaro d. R-Truth via Neutralizer: We all knew what was coming here! Shoryuken into Neutralizer, thanks for playing. JBL gave a shout-out to 'Lil Naitch in the match, turning a Little Jimmy reference into a joke that only people who remember WCW would get.

AJ tried to turn the tables on Vickie Guerrero with photoshopped pictures, only to be laid out by Tamina.

Sheamus d. Big Show by DQ: Big Show pulled the referee into the way of the Brogue Kick. As Sheamus checked on him along with the trainers and officials, Big Show hit the KO Punch and got the pinfall via one of the officials, but the other one reversed the decision and gave the DQ due to the ref bump. Sheamus destroyed Big Show post-match with a chair. I wonder what the stipulation for their match next month will be?

Team Ziggler d. Team Foley: Dolph Ziggler was the sole survivor. He beat Randy Orton with an apparent new finisher, cutting off a punt attempt with a superkick.

CM Punk d. John Cena and The Ryback: The Ryback laid out both men at the end with Shell-Shocked (not at the same time, though he tried that earlier on the outside), but security rushed the ring and jumped him to beat him down before he could go for the pin. Michael Cole identified the 'security' as NXT developmental talent Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns. They delivered a triple powerbomb on Ryback through the Spanish announce table, while CM Punk was able to crawl over and pin Cena to retain his title after Cena was down for a good minute plus from Shell-Shocked. Punk gets his one year reign and the crowd leaves happy, because it was a very pro-Punk crowd.

Most of the matches were solid, but the crowd was dead, which does hurt the enjoyment of the show. I guess it's hard to blame the crowd when the build-up was so poor. Does Punk get to lead a new stable now, or are the NXT attackers just a 'coincidence' like Brad Maddox claims he was?
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#2 Posted on 19.11.12 0747.34
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I was going to say nothing happened in this PPV, but that would a bit of a cheat. We found out who attacked Kaitlyn which was odd. Vickie now has Tamina has her female bodyguard. Dolph gets a big win and Punk has a new Nexus stable. I am not sure, but did WWE actually try to build up the women's division?

I guess its all about the road to Mania. Cena and Ryback seem to be destined for some sorta Warrior/Hogan or Austin/Rock Royal Rumble moment with Cena winning much to the chagrin of everyone. Punk/Rock seems to be a mortal lock for the Rumble. You have to figure Dolph is going to cash the briefcase in soon unless he is going to keep it til Mania. AJ/Vickie seems to be continuing again much to the chagrin of the fans. As for everyone else, I have no idea. Kane/Bryan has to come to some conclusion. Rhodes being hurt doesn't help the situation and Foley seems to have wasted his time in the last few months. The midcard for all intensive purposes is a mess.
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#3 Posted on 19.11.12 0751.50
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I was at the show and while I wouldn't say the crowd was dead, I've surely been part of more lively ones. Big reactions for Punk, Mysterio and Daniel Bryan. Zero reaction for the Divas match.

The finish to the five-man tag was phonomenal as everyone thought Orton was going to finish it off. Ziggler was victimized the whole match by the opponents knocking him off the ring apron. He spent most of the match ping-ponging around the outside of the ring. His superkick to end the match was great.

The Sheamus/Show match was surprisingly good with lots of near-falls, but then it just ended. The move with Show on Sheamus's shoulders was freaky. That dude is strong. Ziggler chants at the end of the beatdown, but he would have had a difficult time getting Big Show all the way back to the ring.

Brodus Clay nearly killed Tensai trying to suplex him. I was not at a good vantage point but it looked like Clay dropped him on his head.

We could see the event staff clearing the way for the run-in at the end so we knew something was up. No one knew who the three guys were until after the show and someone checked Twitter. The guy sitting next to me was so pro-Cena that, after Punk pinned Cena, he screamed, 'THIS IS FUCKIN BULLSHIT!' and left. Poor guy.

The dark match was 3MB vs. Zach Ryder and Santino. The 3MB went on about a five minute air guitar session prior to the others being introduced. It was great.

Solid show all around - thumbs up from me.
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#4 Posted on 19.11.12 0807.38
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That superkick. I can't say enough about it. Ziggler works so hard every night, I was happy to see him pull that spot off so well. In what might be the ultimate sign of approval/appreciation, I imagine that HHH and/or HBK had knowledge that he would use it and it was approved. It was Perfect for the situation, and the selling of it, down to him falling on Orton, was spectacular.

Good to see the Nexus guys again. I don't know about Punk with another stable; they should make it more about people hating on Cena and The Ryback being the status quo of the wwe and wanting to make sure a "little" guy stays as champion for as long as possible. Nice ending.

djp is right. That dude is strong. I wish this was WCW Giant though. That dude could move. This one still has the passion but can't go as well as he used to. It happens with age, especially considering his size, but it's still sad.

Anything with AJ is great. The more she's on camera, the happier I am. Even when she's getting beaten down, I love all things AJ. AJ AJ AJ.

Solid show.
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#5 Posted on 19.11.12 1017.52
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To add to my comments above about Tyson Kidd getting two eliminations, which was two more than I thought he'd be given. In that first elimination match, Brodus Clay was the first guy eliminated after the botched exploder suplex that djp mentioned. Tensai beat him with the running senton. That put Justin Gabriel up against Tensai next, and not only did he eliminate Tensai, but he got hit with the running senton himself first and kicked out of it. It was a really strong showing for both Justin Gabriel and Tyson Kidd, it just remains to be seen if they'll do anything with it!

The corner enziguiri by Del Rio to eliminate Miz looked really good, too.

And now to nitpick, because I can.

    Originally posted by lotjx
    The midcard for all intensive purposes is a mess.


Intents and purposes. I know it sounds like intensive purposes, but it's not!
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#6 Posted on 19.11.12 1201.35
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I thought the ppv was solid actually, but my expectations were low. Maybe it was just me, but it sounded like the Kaitlyn v. Eve match got decent crowd reaction (for a Diva's match in 2012, so it was better than the usual apathetic soul crushing silence Diva's matches usually get). Kaitlyn didn't get the win because they are setting up AJ to save the Women's division.

Speaking of AJ, did she pull a Chris Jericho last night with those photoshop pictures? I'm all for a AJ v. Vickie rivalry as long as we have less Cena involved and more neglected Diva's becoming relevant. On a side note I have no idea why non-Caucasian Diva's have to straighten their hair eventually. First Layla, then Alicia Fox, now Tamina. It just feels like "whitewash" to me. Noone cares moving on.

The WWE really delivered on Ziggler looking strong for once. Him being the sole survivor for his team and finally getting revenge on Orton after being killed by him at the end was tremendous. I always loved that superkick answer to Orton's punt spot when they originally did it. Great way to end the match Ziggler looked like someone that comes through in the clutch.

I hate the no sell Supermen wrestling types. I've never been behind guys like Goldberg no selling finishing moves and punches, or Hogan's corny "Hulking up" where he doesn't feel punches anymore. It's hokey and makes a match look like wrestlecrap to me. I'm getting that familiar dread with The Ryback as it seemed last night he just forgot to sell EVERYTHING except the last table he went through. It's retarded how after Ryback was curb stomped and put through the first table. Cena and Punk continue to beat the hell out of each other for 20 minutes and they look doubled over in pain then Ryback returns and looks like he just entered the match. Tables don't hurt FEED ME SNORES!!!

Thankfully the saving grace of the PPV was the debut of Ambrose, Reigns, and Rollins. More new blood, and ones I recognize and care about. Internet your new favorites have arrived....on the main shows.
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#7 Posted on 19.11.12 1305.55
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I don't MEAN to play the role of the wet blanket every time people start getting excited, but is there any indication that Rollins, Reigns and Ambrose are going to fare any better than Brad Maddox has? Hell, I can only work up 50/50 odds they'll even appear on tonight's RAW outside of SS recap/still photos.

Something nobody seems to have made a big deal of, so I will: didn't it look like Punk seriously hurt his foot/ankle at the end of the show? I kept waiting for somebody to report that he was going to need crutches or a boot in order to be able just to stand up tonight.
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#8 Posted on 19.11.12 1308.06
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    Originally posted by CRZ
    I don't MEAN to play the role of the wet blanket every time people start getting excited, but is there any indication that Rollins, Reigns and Ambrose are going to fare any better than Brad Maddox has? Hell, I can only work up 50/50 odds they'll even appear on tonight's RAW outside of SS recap/still photos.

    Something nobody seems to have made a big deal of, so I will: didn't it look like Punk seriously hurt his foot/ankle at the end of the show? I kept waiting for somebody to report that he was going to need crutches or a boot in order to be able just to stand up tonight.


Holy Shit, I totally agree with you.
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#9 Posted on 19.11.12 1312.17
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    Originally posted by CRZ
    I don't MEAN to play the role of the wet blanket every time people start getting excited, but is there any indication that Rollins, Reigns and Ambrose are going to fare any better than Brad Maddox has? Hell, I can only work up 50/50 odds they'll even appear on tonight's RAW outside of SS recap/still photos.


WWE.com already has a big story on the front page about the three of them: http://www.wwe.com/shows/survivorseries/2012/dean-ambrose-seth-rollins-and-roman-reigns-who-are-they-and-why-did-they-help-punk-26069706

That indicates this is going to be sort of an actual push at least...
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#10 Posted on 19.11.12 1318.49
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    Originally posted by CRZ
    Something nobody seems to have made a big deal of, so I will: didn't it look like Punk seriously hurt his foot/ankle at the end of the show? I kept waiting for somebody to report that he was going to need crutches or a boot in order to be able just to stand up tonight.


It did look like it, yeah, but I chalked it up to CM Punk being CM Punk. Before The Ryback came in to clean house on them at the end, the last thing that had happened was Cena hitting a kneebreaker into the STF. I'm pretty sure Punk was just doing his thing and selling the leg from that, and I do remember him limping out of previous main events in a similar style.

I hope I'm not wrong!
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#11 Posted on 19.11.12 1349.29
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I thought the show was okay but the finishes were great.

Punk getting his own Team Angle/Legacy is cool. They should say they're Brad Maddox's roommates from FCW, living in a studio apartment living off cheap ravioli. Actually I do think that's basically the storyline; like Braddox, they're sick of languishing in developmental being passed over for Ryback.

Ziggler getting the win was terrific, and very necessary if he's going to start working with Cena this month (as he was originally supposed to for this show). THAT KICK was so great, though not quite as great as the time they used it as a false finish in one of their fifty TV matches.

I've been banging the drum for Tyson Kidd and Justin Gabriel for a while, so it was really cool to see them shine. I wonder if they're getting them up in running just in time for the ladder PPV. Maybe Hell No vs. Rey/Sin vs. Kidd/Gabriel in some kind of toned down ode to past tag team ladder car wrecks.

After personality mirroring Bryan, Kane, and Punk during past infatuations, AJ has now fully channeled her latest paramour John Cena, going all-in with bad, obnoxious comedy. Ugh. AJ the person is very talented, but this is going to get worse before it gets better.

I skipped the divas match using my Windows Media ... television. I assume it was stellar.
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#12 Posted on 19.11.12 1426.53
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    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    I've been banging the drum for Tyson Kidd and Justin Gabriel for a while, so it was really cool to see them shine. I wonder if they're getting them up in running just in time for the ladder PPV. Maybe Hell No vs. Rey/Sin vs. Kidd/Gabriel in some kind of toned down ode to past tag team ladder car wrecks.



Gabriel and Kidd are Chippendale dancer/wrestlers: Justin Tyson.
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#13 Posted on 19.11.12 1444.07
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I thought it was an ok 3 hour show, easier to watch than RAW is.

I know they love their gimmick matches on PPV, but I have no idea why they decided to have so many Empty Arena Matches at the start of the show.
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#14 Posted on 19.11.12 1857.16
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Caught up with the show.

Order of WWE Title match entrances: Cena > Punk > The Ryback. Champion comes in second? What the hell is that?

The lack of crowd reaction to the initial Cena and The Ryback face off at the start of the match was deafening to me.

I liked the opening Survivor match a lot more than the Foley vs. Ziggler match. It was just laid out better. Once the big fat guys were gone, the systematic dismantling of the heels by the faces was well done. In the Ziggler match, Ziggler and Barrett looked strong but no one else stood out. Kofi was chumped out big time.

I thought Eve was tremendous with her cowardly begging off, running and crying, and then winning. Justin would have enjoyed her performance too had he watched.

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#15 Posted on 19.11.12 1929.06
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    Originally posted by Stefonics
    That superkick. I can't say enough about it. Ziggler works so hard every night, I was happy to see him pull that spot off so well. In what might be the ultimate sign of approval/appreciation, I imagine that HHH and/or HBK had knowledge that he would use it and it was approved.


I doubt very much that he had to get approval to use the superkick. If anything, I would guess that it was a tribute to Lance Storm, who initially trained Ziggler in OVW. (Tying those two thoughts together, Storm has commented before that when HBK made his return, nobody ever told Storm he had to stop using the superkick, he simply did so out of respect for Michaels, who had been using the move before him.)
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#16 Posted on 19.11.12 1944.31
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Sin Cara - like a lot of recent guys trained by CMLL - used the superkick all the time in Mexico. Usually way too often. He hasn't really used it much in WWE, which sure seems like WWE telling people not to use the move.
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