On Sunday night, WWE presented its 27th annual Survivor Series pay-per-view live from the TD Garden in Boston. Despite being one of WWE's signature Big Four pay-per-views, the show fell flat, as many expected it would going into the event.
Not only were many of the matches far too predictable, but hardly anything on this show had me looking forward to the future. At a time where WWE desperately needs to create new stars, the company has since resorted back to the stagnant status quo and has shown no signs of improving any time soon.
In the night's main event, Randy Orton collided with Big Show for the WWE Championship. With some help from The Authority, Show came up short of capturing the gold.
In other action, hometown hero John Cena put his World Heavyweight Championship on the line against Alberto Del Rio. Despite a courageous effort from Del Rio, it was the leader of the Cenation who was successful in walking away with his title intact.
CM Punk and Daniel Bryan paired up for the first time ever on pay-per-view to take on The Wyatt Family's Luke Harper and Erik Rowan in tag team action. Bray Wyatt's henchmen put forth a strong effort against the former world champions, but it was ultimately "The Best and The Beard" who emerged victorious.
Here, I will analyze each significant segment presented on the show. I will also provide a combination of predictions and wishful thinking about what I hope to see in coming weeks.