Survivor Series is almost here, which means it’s time to guess who’s going to win this thing.
After spending years as one of WWE’s big four pay-per-views, the show now sadly seems about as prestigious as Capital Punishment or Halloween Havoc.
While the traditional Survivor Series match this year seems pretty uneventful (especially since Ziggler and Foley have no real beef), the main event looks pretty intriguing.
It will be the first time we see Ryback and Cena go head to head (if you can forget Skip “The Skipper” Sheffield, that is). If WWE is looking to make a statement with Ryback, it will be interesting to see how his interactions with Cena play out.
With only three weeks to promote, the rest of the card looks completely thrown together. Still, there could be a couple of surprises.
I’m putting my career 13-5 WWE pay-per-view match predicting record on the line as we take one last look at Survivor Series.