This past Sunday night, WWE presented its 27th annual Survivor Series pay-per-view live from the TD Garden in Boston, Mass. The show unfortunately continued WWE's sad streak of poor pay-per-views that has been occurring since September's Night of Champions event.
Needless to say, Randy Orton vs. Big Show should not be headlining a major pay-per-view in the year 2013. Regardless of whether it was for the WWE Championship or not, the match was not well wrestled at all, and the lame finish was just the icing on the cake.
John Cena and Alberto Del Rio, a feud that has been done to death in recent years, worked a solid matchup that severely lacked in good storytelling. The live crowd was well aware that Del Rio had zero chance of walking out as world champion, which is why they were as uninterested as they were during the bout.
At a time when WWE desperately needed a strong show to rejuvenate the stagnant product, they ultimately dropped the ball yet again. With it being one of the "Big Four" pay-per-views, the general consensus among fans has been that Survivor Series failed miserably in doing anything to get viewers looking forward to what comes next.
While watching the show, I noticed a handful of highlights that could be seen as interesting or intriguing to any ordinary WWE viewer. For those of you who know me well, you're aware I have an obsessive knack for fun facts regarding past WWE events.
I'll attempt to entertain and enlighten you with knowledge as I present my observed monumental, record-breaking, history-making moments from this year's Survivor Series event.