WWE Week in Review, Nov. 30: Roman Reigns Dominates, World Titles to Be Merged

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WWE Week in Review, Nov. 30: Roman Reigns Dominates, World Titles to Be Merged
(Courtesy of WWE.com)
Roman Reigns kneels over the limp body of Rey Mysterio.

Right now isn't the best time to be a fan of the WWE, as it is difficult to remember a time when the product was more stagnant than it is at the moment. That was proven this past week with Survivor Series, Raw and SmackDown all failing to make a lasting impact in the eyes of the fans.

After successfully retaining their titles at Survivor Series, World Heavyweight Champion John Cena and WWE Champion Randy Orton are set to meet in a TLC match at the upcoming WWE TLC event in a championship unification match. Will the titles actually be merged, or will we witness another fluky finish to a pay-per-view that sees both men switch straps?

Daniel Bryan was successful in overcoming The Wyatt Family at Survivor Series and on Raw, but he was mysteriously kidnapped by them on Monday night. When should we expect Bryan to return, and will he return unscathed and unchanged like Kane?

CM Punk has since set his sights on The Shield, who initiated an attack on him on Raw. Could Punk be slowly moving in to a feud with The Authority, and which member of the rouge trio will he target first?

Here, I will break down the week in wrestling by analyzing the Survivor Series, Monday Night Raw, Friday Night SmackDown and WWE Main Event broadcasts, including each show's highlights, low points and other noteworthy, monumental moments. Also, an award will be given to the show and Superstar that shined the brightest over the course of the week.

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