In mere hours on Sunday night, WWE will present its 27th annual Survivor Series pay-per-view event, live from the TD Garden in Boston at 8 p.m. ET.
Despite being one of WWE's "big four" pay-per-views, the build for Survivor Series thus far has felt like anything but. Many of the matches on the advertised card received very little hype going into the event, but they still have the potential to exceed expectations.
Big Show has gotten the better of WWE Champion Randy Orton at every turn in the last two months. Knowing that he is going at it alone on Sunday, what lengths will Orton go to in order to retain his prestigious prize?
Even with an injured arm, John Cena has proven in the past that he is more than capable of defeating Alberto Del Rio when it matters most. Will Cena repeat history on his home turf of Boston by silencing the Mexican aristocrat once and for all?
CM Punk and Daniel Bryan have had a score to settle with The Wyatt Family in recent weeks. Will Bryan and Punk put their differences aside to focus on the task at hand, or will Luke Harper and Erik Rowan manage to upset the former world champions?
Here, I will provide my personal preview, prediction and potential for every match on the advertised card.