Jump to content

WWE Survivor Series 2012


Cobra1000

Recommended Posts

89_Misc-Scan002.jpg

 

The best Survivor Series Team ever...

 

and these bunch of goons...

 

20121113_EP_LIGHT_SurvivorSeries_match_teamfoleyziggler_C.jpg

 

43_Singlets.jpg

 

Pre Show

 

3M-B (Jinder Mahal & Heath Slater) (with Drew McIntyre) vs. International Airstrike (Tyson Kidd & Justin Gabriel)

 

---------------------------------

 

Team Ziggler (Dolph Ziggler, Team Rhodes Scholars (Damien Sandow & Cody Rhodes), Wade Barrett and Alberto Del Rio vs. Team Foley (The Miz, Kofi Kingston, Team Hell No (Kane & Daniel Bryan) and Randy Orton) - Traditional Survivor Series elimination tag team match

 

The Big Show

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • Replies 155
  • Created
  • Last Reply
  • Paid Members

I know that its likely that the Vintage collection Survivor Series that I watched the other night will turn out to be better than the PPV on Sunday. They really should put more effort into the big 4 but of late they are so under par. Its a poor card and nothing stands out for me.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Not at all. Even I, who has only missed one Sky Box Office PPV in the last two years (and that was because there was a problem with Virgin Media's services in my area that week) and bought Capitol bloody Punishment on the slightest of whims will be streaming this.

 

There's just absolutely nothing to care about, is there?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

This must have been the most disappointing match ever at the time.

WWE_WWF_Survivor-Series-1991_Bret-Hart_Roddy-Piper_British-Bulldog_vs_Ric-Flair_Warlord_Ted-Dibiase_The-Mountie.jpg

Looks like a belter on paper, until someone had the idea that everyone needed to be protected and it turned into a giant DQ-fest.

Was great fun up until that point though, and it did set the tone for what Flair was all about.

 

Survivor Series was always good for novelty value back in the good old days, but it was generally the weakest WWF PPV of the 4/5. Pre Attitude era, very few of them hold up so well today. That said, 1995 and 1996 were both cracking shows, '96 in particular is immense, one of my fave shows ever.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • Paid Members
This must have been the most disappointing match ever at the time.

WWE_WWF_Survivor-Series-1991_Bret-Hart_Roddy-Piper_British-Bulldog_vs_Ric-Flair_Warlord_Ted-Dibiase_The-Mountie.jpg

Looks like a belter on paper, until someone had the idea that everyone needed to be protected and it turned into a giant DQ-fest.

Who's at top right?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

×
×
  • Create New...