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5 Reasons Sunday's PPV Was The Best Of The Year

The Usos & Nbsp; Win The Tag Team Traditional 10-on-10 Survivor Series Elimination Match (Kickoff Match) [19659011] Smart Match Order…

The Usos & Nbsp; Win The Tag Team Traditional 10-on-10 Survivor Series Elimination Match (Kickoff Match) [19659011] Smart Match Order

Just as the booking of a match is best when there is a build up to a memorable climax, a pay-per-view should function the same way. Te vaak hebben we de meest compelende wedstrijd plaatsgevonden in de midden of drie kwartalen van de weg door een show, en de meer zeer gepubliceerde wedstrijden dalen vlak bij het proberen om het te volgen.

Dat was niet het geval op zondag. Sure, the Seth Rollins-Shinsuke Nakamura and Buddy Murphy-Mustafa Ali matches were great, but Survivor Series really got better when the show went on, and it climaxed with two epic bouts.

Standout Matches

You can not have a good pay-per-view show without standout matches, and Survivor Series delivered there as well. The two aforementioned matches, plus the men’s brand Survivor Series bout, as well as Ronda Rousey-Charlotte and Brock Lesnar-Daniel Bryan, would get scores of 7.5 or higher on a scale of 1-10.

Rollins-Nakamura had a Slow and deliberate build, but they managed to tell an excellent story despite the fact that the match had no background. Det var bare en udstilling af to højt kvalificerede in-ring performers sombringer fra en fantastisk serie af overgange. Most of all, we got to see a satisfying finish as Rollins won after he landed the Stomp.

The cruiserweight title battle between Murphy and Ali was predictably amazing. Those two guys are such & nbsp; breathtaking athletes who are both adept at selling and delivering a plethora of crowd-pleasing moves. It was an entertaining match, to say the least.

Brilliant Mind Games

It was legitimately difficult to predict the outcome of the matches on Sunday. Raw completed a sweep of Smackdown, but the booking did a good job making you think each match would be the one the Blue brand pulled out to stop the streak.

Also, no one could have predicted. Charlotte would turn very and deliver such a hellacious beating to Rousey. Most believed Brock Lesnar would defeat Bryan, but the way it happened, played tricks on the mind. The match told a great story and Bryan’s use of a below-the-belt kick to gain an advantage seemed feasible.

The new, sadistic and cunning Bryan is intriguing and he seems to be undergoing an Edge-like transformation, which takes He from being a lovable WWE face to a truly gifted performer. The psychology was in full effect.

Excellent Pacing

Because most of the matches did not have a ton of backstory due to the split brands, the stream did not waste time showing a slew or vignettes re-familiarize the viewers with the build-up. These kinds of presentations were present and there, but for the most part, the show was more action than fluff. The WWE may have stumbled upon this quality, but it was a positive nonetheless and led to the show wrapping up around 9:40 p.m. CT.

Strong Commentary

This is often lost during a pay-per-view, but the Survivor Series commentary team did a strong job across the board. This was especially the case in the men’s Survivor Series match, Rousey-Flair, and Lesnar-Bryan.

Corey Graves, Byron Saxton, Michael Cole, Renee Young, Tom Phillips and Percy Watson did a fabulous job.

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Putting together a professional wrestling pay-per-view is an art. There are tons of moving parts and if I’m being honest, promotions miss more than they hit in this area. , the WWE hit the bullseye with Survivor Series.

Big 4 pay-per-view shows had a number of positive elements, the following five were the reason that it was the WWE’s best pay-per-view of

  • Universal Champion Brock Lesnar def. WWE Champion Daniel Bryan
  • Raw Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey Def. Charlotte Flair By Disqualification
  • ] Braun Strowman, Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley survive the Men s Traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series Elimination Match
  • Cruiserweight Champion Buddy Murphy (c) def. Mustafa Ali
  • Raw Tag Team Champions AOP def. SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Bar (and Big Show)
  • Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins def. United States Champion Shinsuke Nakamura
  • Nia Jax wins the Women’s Traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series Elimination Match
  • The Usos Win The Tag Team Traditional 10-on-10 Survivor Series Elimination Match

Smart Match Order

Just as the booking of a match is best when there is a build up to a memorable climax, a pay-per-view should function the same way. Te vaak hebben we de meest compelende wedstrijd plaatsgevonden in de midden of drie kwartalen van de weg door een show, en de meer zeer gepubliceerde wedstrijden dalen vlak bij het proberen om het te volgen.

Dat was niet het geval op zondag. Sure, the Seth Rollins-Shinsuke Nakamura and Buddy Murphy-Mustafa Ali matches were great, but Survivor Series became better than the show went on, and it climaxed with two epic bouts.

Standout Matches [19659028] You can not have a good pay-per-view show without standout matches, and Survivor Series delivered there as well. The two aforementioned matches, plus the men’s brand Survivor Series bout, as well as Ronda Rousey-Charlotte and Brock Lesnar-Daniel Bryan, would get scores of 7.5 or higher on a scale of 1-10.

Rollins-Nakamura had a Slow and deliberate build, but they managed to tell an excellent story despite the fact that the match had no background. Det var bare en udstilling af to højt kvalificerede in-ring performers sombringer fra en fantastisk serie af overgange. Most of all, we got to see a satisfying finish as Rollins won after he landed the Stomp.

The cruiserweight title battle between Murphy and Ali was predictably amazing. Those two guys are such breathtaking athletes who are both adept at selling and delivering a plethora of crowd-pleasing moves. It was an entertaining match, to say the least.

Brilliant Mind Games

It was legitimately difficult to predict the outcome of the matches on Sunday. Raw completed a sweep of Smackdown, but the booking did a good job making you think each match would be the one the Blue brand pulled out to stop the streak.

Also, no one could have predicted. Charlotte would turn very and deliver such a hellacious beating to Rousey. Most believed Brock Lesnar would defeat Bryan, but the way it happened, played tricks on the mind. The match told a great story and Bryan’s use of a below-the-belt kick to gain an advantage seemed feasible.

The new, sadistic and cunning Bryan is intriguing and he seems to be undergoing an Edge-like transformation, which takes He from being a lovable WWE face to a truly gifted performer. The psychology was in full effect.

Excellent Pacing

Because most of the matches did not have a ton of backstory due to the split brands, the stream did not waste time showing a slew or vignettes re-familiarize the viewers with the build-up. These kinds of presentations were present here and there, but for the most part, the show was more action than fluff. The WWE may have stumbled upon this quality, but it was a positive nonetheless and led to the show wrapping up around 9:40 p.m. CT.

Strong Commentary

This is often lost during a pay-per-view, but the Survivor Series commentary team did a strong job across the board. This was especially the case in the men’s Survivor Series match, Rousey-Flair, and Lesnar-Bryan.

Corey Graves, Byron Saxton, Michael Cole, Renee Young, Tom Phillips and Percy Watson did a fabulous job.

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