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WWE Survivor Series 2013 Discussion Thread - November 24, 2013 from Boston, MA (#27)


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The 27th annual WWE Survivor Series will come to you, live on pay-per-view, on November 24 from the TD Garden in Boston, MA.

 

The official theme song for Survivor Series is "How I Feel" by Flo-Rida, which is available now on iTunes.

 

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Confirmed Matches/Events

 

WWE Championship: No Interference:

Randy Orton © vs. Big Show

 

World Heavyweight Championship:

John Cena © vs. Alberto Del Rio

 

CM Punk & Daniel Bryan vs. Luke Harper & Erick Rowan

 

Traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series Elimination Tag Match:

Goldust, Cody Rhodes, The Usos, & Rey Mysterio vs. The Shield & The Real Americans

 

Intercontinental Championship:

Big E. Langston © vs. Curtis Axel

 

Traditional 7-on-7 Survivor Series Divas Elimination Tag Match:

AJ Lee, Tamina Snuka, Aksana, Kaitlyn, Alicia Fox, Rosa Mendes, & Summer Rae vs. Natalya, Cameron, Naomi, Jo-Jo, Eva Marie, & The Bella Twins

 

Kickoff Exclusive:

The Miz vs. Kofi Kingston

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Big Show should not be main eventing PPV's in 2013
Triple H should not be re-running his McMahon-Helmsley Power Trip in 2013, Big Show and Triple H should not be feuding in 2013 and indy darlings should not be in prominent positions in "Land of the Giants" WWE... but they are all happening and, more importantly, they're all working exceedingly well.
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Triple H should not be re-running his McMahon-Helmsley Power Trip in 2013, Big Show and Triple H should not be feuding in 2013 and indy darlings should not be in prominent positions in "Land of the Giants" WWE... but they are all happening and, more importantly, they're all working exceedingly well.

 

apart from it being 1/10th as good as it was in 2000.

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The Authority features corporate higher-ups within WWE exerting their will over the roster while protecting their chosen champion against those who deserve the title. The Corporation featured corporate higher-ups within WWE exerting their will over the roster while protecting their chosen champion against those who deserve the title.

 

I can see why you're having trouble with those who compare the two. :lol

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