WWE Survivor Series 2012: 3 Reasons Why the End of the PPV Was a Good Call

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WWE Survivor Series 2012: 3 Reasons Why the End of the PPV Was a Good Call
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The main event of Survivor Series was pretty lackluster. The crowd in Indiana wasn't very excited about the happenings of the match, and the level of response permeated through the television screen.

We did have a close call, though, as Ryback gave both CM Punk and John Cena his Shell-Shocked finisher, drawing suspense with the crowd and viewers that he may be the next WWE Champion.

And then—a shocking surprise.

Just when you thought that the WWE was out of innovative ideas, we are surprised by another NXT invasion—superstars Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns.

Only this time, it seemed to have helped CM Punk.

Here are three reasons why the ending of that match was a good decision.

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