Great storylines, top talent and fan excitement will be at an all-time high as the WWE's best and brightest descend on Indianapolis for what should be a scintillating Survivor Series pay-per-view on Sunday.
Obviously, the main draw will be a triple-threat match between CM Punk, John Cena and Ryback for the WWE Championship. All three men have a claim to the throne and it will be interesting to see which man the writers push to championship glory.
The undercard matches aren't lacking in pay-per-view-worthy intrigue, either. The matchup of Team Foley against Team Ziggler should be a dandy and Big Show and Sheamus will renew a boiling-hot rivalry for the World Heavyweight Championship.
With all of that action in store, just one question remains: Where will you watch?
Despondent wrestling fans who won't be able to sit in the comfort of their own home on Sunday are in luck, as WWE.com will be providing a great live stream of the event.
With that in mind, here is a look at event information and what to watch for at Sunday's Survivor Series pay-per-view.
Where: Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis
When: Sunday, Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. ET
Live Streaming: WWE.com
Storylines to Watch For
Can Daniel Bryan and Kane Co-Exist for Team Foley?
Unless you've been living under a boulder for these past few months, you know Team Hell No isn't exactly the most loving tag team champion in WWE history. Brought together by the mischievous then-Raw general manager AJ Lee, Bryan and Kane have seemingly dominated the division in spite of themselves in recent weeks.
Nevertheless, this is a festering feud that doesn't seem likely to end anytime soon. With a lot of Team Foley's hopes riding on the dynamic duo, this seems like the perfect opportunity to push the two men to a boiling point.
The Rhodes Scholars are also the most likely duo to get a push toward being the next champions. Still, Cody Rhodes' injury lingers, so it will be interesting to see if the creative team wants Team Hell No to keep its composure a little longer.
If they do, Team Foley may wind up walking away with an easy victory. However, something tells me sparks are bound to fly on Sunday.
Will CM Punk Hit the 1-Year Mark as Champion?
It's been over five years since John Cena became the last man to hold the WWE Championship for over one year, a feat CM Punk can accomplish with a victory at Survivor Series.
However, with a triple-threat match against Cena and Ryback coming on Sunday, the odds may be stacked higher against Punk than ever.
A late entry to the match, Cena's arrival brought the fan frenzy that many thought it would. Along with the physically imposing Ryback, this is a combination that not many men could walk away from victorious.
Had this been a mid-summer event instead of Survivor Series, I'd be on board with the title changing hands. However, with a match against The Rock coming at the Royal Rumble, there is almost no organic way Punk could lose on Sunday and regain the title by January.
He'll probably find unscrupulous ways to get the job done. Regardless, look for Punk to walk away with the strap around his waist.