In my opinion, the WWE had one of the best story lines going with the Alliance, but there were some things with it that were absolutely wrong.
For one, many people who made WCW were missing—Sting, Goldberg, nWo, Bischoff. There are so many people who didn't take part in this story and it's a real disappointment, simply because WWE put some of their big guys on the Alliance side to make it look strong.
If they were not WWE superstars, these would have been the big guys on the Alliance—Booker T, DDP, and RVD.
These are three men who looked good during the alliance, but DDP wasn't even on the final match. All the other WCW and ECW members were booked like jobbers half the time.
So imagine if the big dogs would have came to play. With all the big time superstars, they could have still done the winner take all, but they could have done a best of three traditional tag team Survivor Series.
That way, the bigger stars would have had a chance to shine. And on top of that, the Alliance should've won it. This could have been a possible best of three series.
WWE—Undertaker, Kane, Albert, Rikishi and Mankind
Alliance—Sting, Taz, RVD, and Los Guerreros (Eddie and Chavo)
WWE—The Rock, Chris Jericho, Edge, Christian, Test
Alliance—Bubba Ray, D-Von, Rhyno, Steiner Brothers
Team WWE—Stone Cold, Kurt Angle, APA (or Hardyz) and Triple H (if he wasn't hurt)
The Alliance—Goldberg, Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, The Giant (Big Show) and Scott Hall
Imagine if WWE lost this battle because these guys could have participated in this. Most of them didn't want to wrestle for WWE. It's a shame, because this could have been one of the greatest WWE story lines ever if they had made it go down with the nWo in on the party.