WWE Survivor Series 2012 Results
Traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series Elimination Tag Match: Rey Mysterio, Sin Cara, Tyson Kidd, Justin Gabriel, & Brodus Clay def. The Prime Time Players, Primo, Epico, & Tensai
Divas Championship: Eve (c) def. Kaitlyn
United States Championship: Antonio Cesaro (c) def. R-Truth
World Heavyweight Championship: Sheamus def. Big Show (c) by DQ
Traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series Elimination Tag Match: Dolph Ziggler, Wade Barrett, David Otunga, Damien Sandow, & Alberto Del Rio (w/ Ricardo Rodriguez) def. The Miz, Kofi Kingston, Kane, Daniel Bryan, & Randy Orton
WWE Championship: Triple Threat Match: CM Punk def. Ryback & John Cena
WWE Survivor Series 2012 Review (Sort of )
Well, well, the much hyped big event came through yesterday and all of us suckers that paid 40 some odd dollars because the build up was looking to be an outstanding thing, actually ended up being dumbfounded by yet another bad ppv, with the exception of the final match which featured some surprised and some overall good wrestling, even though some said Ryback wasn’t all that great.
The best Match: Main Event
Ryback and Cena ganging up on Punk was cool, but Punk getting help from former Nexus members was even better, and that’s how this match turned out. Punk once again retains but not without getting both Cena and Ryback to fight each other and make this a fair and even balanced match up. It did manage to get slowly started, but in the end the frenetic pace of finishers and counters really made it worthwhile. I thought for sure Ryback was going to get the push, but nope, not this time.
The Worst Match: Big Show vs. Sheamus
I’m sick of seeing the BIG SLOW he’s the worst wrestler at this point. Oh well. Sheamus is not gaining any traction in my book, but alas, it’s better than nothing, I guess.
The rest of the card wasn’t any better, but at least we have Raw to look forward to tonight, right? Oh who cares.
Oh, not to crap on the whole event, there were some shining lights here and there, it’s just rough when you get fed the same old move set and wrestlers facing each other, week in and week out.