WWE Survivor Series 2013 Results: Best and Worst Booking Decisions from PPV

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WWE Survivor Series 2013 Results: Best and Worst Booking Decisions from PPV
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The 2013 Survivor Series has come and gone and in its wake, it has left more questions than answers.

Unfortunately, many of those questions surround booking decisions that were made throughout the broadcast.

The WWE Championship match, which saw Randy Orton successfully defend his title against Big Show, is one that will go down in history. Of course, it will be for all the wrong reasons, but at least it was memorable.

Which is not something that can be said for the event as a whole.

CM Punk and Daniel Bryan defeated the Wyatt Family's Luke Harper and Erick Rowan in a solid, if unspectacular tag match, while Big E Langston defeated Curtis Axel to retain the Intercontinental Championship.

Two matches kept the tradition of Survivor Series alive, somewhat, in elimination tag matches.

Natalya and Nikki Bella secured the victory for the Total Divas by knocking off Team AJ Lee when Natalya forced a tapout with the Sharpshooter, potentially earning herself a shot at the Divas Championship in the process.

In the night's opening contest, The Shield's Roman Reigns wrecked the competition, eliminating four of his team's five opponents on his own.

Now that you know the results, find out if they were the right ones and, if they were not, how they could potentially affect the company in the days, weeks and months ahead.

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