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    Identity of Men Who Debuted at Survivor Series, More News from Tonight's PPV
    By Marc Middleton
    Nov 18, 2012 - 10:50:26 PM

    - Renee Paquette co-hosted the WWE Survivor Series hype show with Scott Stanford tonight. Paquette is a new hire from The Score in Canada.

    - For those who missed the YouTube pre-show, the match saw spoilers:
    Jinder Mahal and Heath Slater defeat Zack Ryder and Santino Marella.
    end of spoilers Drew McIntyre was at ringside with 3MB.

    - The men who interfered in tonight's WWE Survivor Series main event to attack Ryback were NXT Champion Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose.

    - CM Punk retained his title at Survivor Series tonight, making it 365 days as WWE Champion.
    Read more at http://www.lordsofpain.net/news/wwe/...4jhJKIzvJdm.99

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    Backstage News on the Booking for Tonight's WWE Title Match, Cena Touts His New Gear
    By Marc Middleton
    Nov 18, 2012 - 6:39:05 PM

    - Here is a Tout video of John Cena talking about his new ring gear:



    - It's said that there has been a lot of tension and turmoil over the WWE Title booking going into tonight's Survivor Series pay-per-view. Original plans called for CM Punk to retain and keep the title until the Royal Rumble but there have been many people pushing for Punk to drop the title tonight. Some are worried about not protecting Ryback enough but one of Ryback's biggest supporters, Vince McMahon, is in favor of Punk keeping the title.

    There was a plan last week for Ryback vs. John Cena vs. Punk to main event next month's TLC pay-per-view in a rematch from tonight but no word yet if that's what they're sticking with.
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    WWE Looks At Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns After Survivor Series Attack on Ryback
    By Marc Middleton
    Nov 19, 2012 - 8:13:05 AM

    - WWE's website has a new article up on NXT Champion Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns - the men who attacked Ryback in the main event of WWE's Survivor Series pay-per-view.

    Here's what they wrote about each man:

    Seth Rollins: "Seth Rollins is the first ever WWE NXT Champion, having won a tournament to crown the inaugural titleholder. This native of Davenport, Iowa, came into NXT with a sterling reputation from his work on the independent circuit and immediately made an impact in WWE’s developmental system. Perhaps the word best used to describe Rollins would be “chaotic.” His in-ring style is calculated, yet frantic. Employing a combination of high-risk maneuvers and devastating strikes, Rollins’ offense is spectacular and elicits show-closing ovations."

    Roman Reigns: "Like his fellow WWE NXT standouts, Roman Reigns is a fierce competitor and an exceptional athlete. Inside the ring, Reigns is a heavy hitter, and he is just as aggressive outside the ring. The powerhouse always acts with a sense of purpose, depicting power and commanding respect. Put simply, Roman Reigns views himself as the most valuable commodity in NXT."

    Dean Ambrose: "Dean Ambrose is every bit as effective as Rollins, but there's something slightly off about this dangerous competitor. From the moment he marched onto the scene, WWE NXT fans were unable to take their eyes off Ambrose. Fearless, wild and always unpredictable, the iconoclast more than lived up to his reputation as a world-class competitor and infamous troublemaker."

    "In October last year, Ambrose created quite a stir when WWE champion CM Punk appeared at NXT for an autograph signing. Ambrose decided to verbally assault Punk on the microphone, resulting in a raucous and unforgettable scene when The Straight Edge Savior challenged Ambrose that evening. The 30-minute showdown between the two physical competitors blew away the lucky fans who witnessed it."
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    What Happened After Survivor Series, WWE's Return to Indianapolis, Attendance Note
    By Marc Middleton
    Nov 19, 2012 - 6:30:48 AM

    - WWE will return to the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana on March 11th, 2013 for RAW. Tickets go on sale December 22nd and the pre-sale password is WWEHOLIDAY.

    - Last night's Survivor Series was not a sell out but the arena was packed. About 2/3 of the balcony area was tarped off.

    - After WWE's Survivor Series pay-per-view went off the air last night, WWE officials helped Ryback backstage.
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    Note on NXT Stars Invading at Survivor Series, Low Viewers for YouTube Pre-show, Sheamus
    By Marc Middleton
    Nov 19, 2012 - 6:50:50 AM

    - The highest number of viewers for WWE's Survivor Series pre-show on YouTube with 3MB vs. Santino Marella and Zack Ryder was 3,380. This is way down from other recent YouTube pre-shows.

    - Sheamus gets the Superstar Spotlight on WWE's website today.

    - In the NXT invasion storyline with Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins from Survivor Series, apparently they arrived to the arena in an armored car. Matt Striker tweeted the following before the pay-per-view:

    "Just saw an armored car w tinted windows pull up to the loading dock of the bldg. Lots of security around. Somethings up. This is weird."
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    Ross, Vickie, Barrett, Mysterio, Kaitlyn and Others React to WWE's Survivor Series PPV
    By Marc Middleton
    Nov 19, 2012 - 6:37:26 AM

    - Here are some comments from various WWE Superstars on last night's Survivor Series pay-per-view:

    Vickie Guerrero: "@WWEAJLee has once again shown her immature self on RAW. Photo shopped pics of me...these are ridiculous accusations"

    Justin Gabriel: "Myself, @reymysterio, @TheSinCaraWWE and @KiddWWE survivors at Survivor Series! My tag partner @kiddWWE was def our MVP! #workhorse"

    Tyson Kidd: "Loved tagging with @reymysterio @thesincarawwe @brodusclay and of course my partner in crime @Justin__Gabriel Future is bright. Also....first time in 15 years a sharpshooter wasn't used in a screwjob ending at survivor series"

    Jim Ross: "Controversial conclusions are just that...controversial. #SurvivorSeries ending fit that bill. Seeing 3, #NXT talents on #WWE PPV a positive"

    Wade Barrett: "Anyone know if Kofi has woken up after his Bull Hammer? Feels great to be on the winning team yet again. #SurvivorSeries #TeamZiggler"

    Rey Mysterio: "619 luv to every1 that tuned in to Survivor Series and enjoyed our match! Thx 4 the good response,Teamed up with the Future SS* of WWE!"

    Kaitlyn: "It felt good to wipe the smile off @evemarietorres' face. Would've felt better to be holding the title. #survivorseries. Now where the HELL is @aksanawwe ... #survivorseries"


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    - As seen at Survivor Series, WWE went with Jerry Lawler, JBL and Michael Cole for the announce team. This was the first time WWE had ever used the trio together.

    - WWE Diva Tamina Snuka returned at Survivor Series to attack AJ Lee, apparently in the new role of Vickie Guerrero's bodyguard. Tamina had been out with an injury but was recently training with The Rock. She tweeted after Survivor Series:

    "I never lied I did say I was steps closer to the goal #HardWork #Dedication #ChaoticExoticTamina Has seen Her inner reflection"
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    On the whole "Vince wants punk to keep the belt."
    That's obviously because the most money for rumble is in Punk/Rock, but i think we saw again last night, that main event would have been better without Ryback. Ryback was better than he was in hiac, but he's still a very limited guy incapable of having a normal 20 minute main event wwe ppv match, period, you cannot argue that.
    He. Isn't. Ready.
    On that note, Roman Reigns isn't ready either, but at least he's in a position where he is just part of a group. Which has a talker, a worker, and reigns can be the muscle. So that works fine. But WWE hasn't been doing bad main events for a long time, and i don't think they are going to want to be doing them a lot.

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    Post-Survivor Series Interview Recaps from CM Punk, Dolph Ziggler, Antonio Cesaro, 3MB and Others
    By Marc Middleton
    Nov 19, 2012 - 7:34:47 AM

    - WWE.com cameras caught up with CM Punk and others after last night's Survivor Series pay-epr-view for post-show reactions. Here are recaps:

    * CM Punk and Paul Heyman were asked about the ending of the WWE Title match. They dodged the question and Heyman wondered why the interviewer wasn't congratulating Punk. Punk bragged about being WWE Champion for 365 days and threw his water bottle at the interviewer.

    * Sheamus talked about how he didn't get the World Heavyweight Title back but he did get revenge for Big Show attacking William Regal. Sheamus says Show took the easy way out because he knew he was losing.

    * Mick Foley was asked how Team Foley did against Team Ziggler. Foley admitted they came up short but said his guys worked better as a team. Foley said losing Kane early on threw everything off. Foley was happy with how The Miz performed but said the jury is still out on Miz because he's rubbed people the wrong way and made a lot of enemies.

    * Dolph Ziggler spoke about being the sole survivor in the Team Ziggler vs. Team Foley match. Ziggler says he talks about it and does it every night. Ziggler called Foley a joke but said his team put up a valiant effort.

    * United States Champion Antonio Cesaro spoke about defeating R-Truth. He said everyone is jealous of him and nobody can compete with him. Cesaro declared that he is the greatest US Champion of all-time.

    * WWE's camera crews also caught Rey Mysterio, Sin Cara, Justin Gabriel and Tyson Kidd celebrating their win without partner Brodus Clay. Kidd talked about how they all grew up idolizing Mysterio and how it was an honor to win with him. Mysterio called his partners the future of WWE.

    * Vickie Guerrero also spoke to the WWE.com cameras last night. She says AJ Lee displayed her true colors and immaturity by bringing Photoshopped pictures against her. Vickie says some people respect authority on the WWE roster and one of those people helped her out. She acted like she didn't know Tamina Snuka would be assisting her.

    * Finally, there was a video with 3MB's Heath Slater, Jinder Mahal and Drew McIntyre where they bragged about "main eventing" the Survivor Series pre-show.
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    Backstage News on Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns Debuting at WWE's Survivor Series PPV
    By Marc Middleton
    Nov 19, 2012 - 8:35:36 AM

    - Some of the WWE NXT talents were tweeting about a "NXT invasion" when Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns made their debut at Survivor Series last night in the main event. We haven't heard any plans for a full-scale invasion but there has been talk of bringing some NXT Divas to the main roster soon. The fact that Michael Cole hyped Reigns, Ambrose and Rollins being from NXT had people talking backstage last night.

    Regarding Ambrose and Rollins, it's said that they have been ready for the main roster since WWE signed them to developmental deals. They feel Rollins needs some promo work but he is great in the ring.

    Reigns, who is now tweeting @WWEThoroughbred, wrote the following last night after Survivor Series:

    "I think I made a name for myself tonight......#survivorseries #nxtinvasion"

    It's interesting that WWE profiled Reigns on their website late last night and did not mention his wrestling history. Reigns is the son of WWE Hall of Famer Sika and brother to Matt "Rosey" Anoa'i. His cousin is The Rock. It's said that out of the three, Reigns was the least ready for the main roster. It's also said that out of all the guys in developmental, Triple H has been the highest on Reigns overall.
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    Chairs Match at WWE's TLC Pay-Per-View, Where Did Ric Flair Watch Survivor Series From?
    By Marc Middleton
    Nov 19, 2012 - 8:05:49 AM

    - WWE NXT Diva Charlotte noted on Twitter yesterday that she was picking up her father, WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, from the airport in Tampa. Apparently Flair watched Survivor Series with Charlotte and some of her friends last night. Here's a photo of The Nature Boy with WWE NXT Diva Anya:



    - As seen at Survivor Series last night, Sheamus took out his anger on Big Show by beating him with a steel chair after their match ended in a DQ with Show retaining the World Heavyweight Title. This was done to set up a Chairs Match between the two at December's TLC pay-per-view.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    On the whole "Vince wants punk to keep the belt."
    That's obviously because the most money for rumble is in Punk/Rock, but i think we saw again last night, that main event would have been better without Ryback. Ryback was better than he was in hiac, but he's still a very limited guy incapable of having a normal 20 minute main event wwe ppv match, period, you cannot argue that.
    He. Isn't. Ready.
    On that note, Roman Reigns isn't ready either, but at least he's in a position where he is just part of a group. Which has a talker, a worker, and reigns can be the muscle. So that works fine. But WWE hasn't been doing bad main events for a long time, and i don't think they are going to want to be doing them a lot.
    I agree with that. It's evident showed that Ryback looked a little winded during his match against Cena and Punk, this is exactly why the guy should have been booked in upper mid card feuds before being fed to the main event.

    Given what occurred the last time Rock was at a WWE event it makes sense that Rock vs Punk should happen at the Rumble. First off you cant have Rock vs Cena II at the Rumble since thats being saved at WM and you cant have Ryback face him either as how many screwjob endings can WWE really give the guy? Plus people are more pumped at the possibility of Rock vs Punk than another Rock vs Cena match.
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    http://www.ewrestlingnews.com/news/1...vor-series-ppv

    Credit: Tommy Paslaski and pw.net

    The arena was filled for the most part. The top third level was tarped off in some areas. They announced a return to Indianapolis for Raw on March 11.

    3MB vs. Team Cobro: 3MB worked really hard to get their gimmick over, but it just seems like an odd fit (especially with Jinder Mahal) and the crowd wasn't buying it. McIntyre was really getting into it so that was fun. They did react loud for the Cobra and Zack Ryder got some decent cheers. Nothing too exciting here.

    Brodus Clay, Justin Gabriel, Tyson Kidd, Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio vs. Tensai, Primo & Epico, Prime Time Players:Tensai got the most heat in the match, especially when he pinned Brodus. Crowd was behind the babyfaces the whole way through.

    Eve vs. Kaitlyn: No one got into this match. Lots of people hitting the concession stands for this one.

    Antonio Cesaro vs. R-Truth: Cesaro got a ton of heat from the crowd and just about everyone was behind R-Truth. Pretty fun match.

    AJ/Vickie Guerrero Segment: Vickie got a ton of boos as usual, but people seemed disinterested in this. I don't think they realized it was Tamina Snuka, because they didn't react much to her attacking AJ.

    Big Show vs. Sheamus: Sheamus was getting a lot of cheers from the crowd and they were completely behind him. Not as good as their match from Hell in a Cell, but still fun. It was amazing to see Sheamus lift Big Show on his shoulders. I guess we can assume this feud will continue into TLC setting up a chairs match.

    Team Ziggler vs. Team Foley: Everyone seemed upset when Otunga was announced as the one to replace Cody. There was some hope it could have been someone returning to take the spot (Mark Henry, Ted DiBiase, Jack Swagger, etc.). A lot of people were expecting Orton to turn heel, but it looks like they are heading in that direction. Lots of tension between him and Miz. Miz got some cheers but not as loud as last week on Raw. Daniel Bryan's Yes! chants were very over with this crowd. They ate up everything he did. It was a really fun match and a lot of people looked shocked to see Ziggler win with a Superkick.

    C.M. Punk vs. John Cena vs. Ryback: Cena was out first and got mostly boos from the crowd. Punk got a good mixed reaction and Ryback got a lot of cheers as soon as the match started. They love to chant Feed Me More. This was a fun match and everyone was really into it. During the match, I could see a ref running behind the floor seating back and forth with a bunch of security guys listening to their earpieces like they were setting up for something. Not long after, the three guys dressed in black jumped the barrier and threw Ryback through a table.

    I recognized Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose immediately but not Roman Reins. The crowd seemed speechless. They had no idea who these guys were and seemed pretty upset with the finish. After the PPV went off the air, Ryback made his way to the back and the crowd continued to chant Feed Me More.

    Notes: Overall, it was a fun show to see live. The crowd was up and down all night. Lots of Punk and Ryback shirts in the crowd. And, of course, there were plenty of kids repping Cena's new shirt. It should be interesting to see where they go with Rollins, Ambrose and Reins.

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    3. Randy Orton
    4. Daniel Bryan (Crowd loved chanting Yes)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gryphon View Post
    http://www.ewrestlingnews.com/news/1...vor-series-ppv

    Credit: Tommy Paslaski and pw.net

    The arena was filled for the most part. The top third level was tarped off in some areas. They announced a return to Indianapolis for Raw on March 11.

    3MB vs. Team Cobro: 3MB worked really hard to get their gimmick over, but it just seems like an odd fit (especially with Jinder Mahal) and the crowd wasn't buying it. McIntyre was really getting into it so that was fun. They did react loud for the Cobra and Zack Ryder got some decent cheers. Nothing too exciting here.

    Brodus Clay, Justin Gabriel, Tyson Kidd, Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio vs. Tensai, Primo & Epico, Prime Time Players:Tensai got the most heat in the match, especially when he pinned Brodus. Crowd was behind the babyfaces the whole way through.

    Eve vs. Kaitlyn: No one got into this match. Lots of people hitting the concession stands for this one.

    Antonio Cesaro vs. R-Truth: Cesaro got a ton of heat from the crowd and just about everyone was behind R-Truth. Pretty fun match.

    AJ/Vickie Guerrero Segment: Vickie got a ton of boos as usual, but people seemed disinterested in this. I don't think they realized it was Tamina Snuka, because they didn't react much to her attacking AJ.

    Big Show vs. Sheamus: Sheamus was getting a lot of cheers from the crowd and they were completely behind him. Not as good as their match from Hell in a Cell, but still fun. It was amazing to see Sheamus lift Big Show on his shoulders. I guess we can assume this feud will continue into TLC setting up a chairs match.

    Team Ziggler vs. Team Foley: Everyone seemed upset when Otunga was announced as the one to replace Cody. There was some hope it could have been someone returning to take the spot (Mark Henry, Ted DiBiase, Jack Swagger, etc.). A lot of people were expecting Orton to turn heel, but it looks like they are heading in that direction. Lots of tension between him and Miz. Miz got some cheers but not as loud as last week on Raw. Daniel Bryan's Yes! chants were very over with this crowd. They ate up everything he did. It was a really fun match and a lot of people looked shocked to see Ziggler win with a Superkick.

    C.M. Punk vs. John Cena vs. Ryback: Cena was out first and got mostly boos from the crowd. Punk got a good mixed reaction and Ryback got a lot of cheers as soon as the match started. They love to chant Feed Me More. This was a fun match and everyone was really into it. During the match, I could see a ref running behind the floor seating back and forth with a bunch of security guys listening to their earpieces like they were setting up for something. Not long after, the three guys dressed in black jumped the barrier and threw Ryback through a table.

    I recognized Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose immediately but not Roman Reins. The crowd seemed speechless. They had no idea who these guys were and seemed pretty upset with the finish. After the PPV went off the air, Ryback made his way to the back and the crowd continued to chant Feed Me More.

    Notes: Overall, it was a fun show to see live. The crowd was up and down all night. Lots of Punk and Ryback shirts in the crowd. And, of course, there were plenty of kids repping Cena's new shirt. It should be interesting to see where they go with Rollins, Ambrose and Reins.

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    3. Randy Orton
    4. Daniel Bryan (Crowd loved chanting Yes)

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    I told you. It's either that or bathroom break. Nobody gives a shit about the divas, not even WWE gives a shit about em.

    As far as the AJ/Vickie thing goes, that segment could have been used for a match or something.
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    Was the title match no DQ? I have not read so.

    Then why didn't the ref call for the bell when 3 guys jump and beat down one of the guys while he's watching in the middle of the ring?

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    Apprently, in WWE, all 3 and 4 ways are no dq, i looked it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon Hanvey View Post
    Bundy was booked as a monster heel in that fued and injured Hogan when he jumped him. But once he went straight up , Hogan won. The 3 guys who jumped Ryback , were just 3 normal guys it seems and fans will be like...how could 3 normal guys beat up Ryback ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    On the whole "Vince wants punk to keep the belt."
    That's obviously because the most money for rumble is in Punk/Rock, but i think we saw again last night, that main event would have been better without Ryback. Ryback was better than he was in hiac, but he's still a very limited guy incapable of having a normal 20 minute main event wwe ppv match, period, you cannot argue that.
    He. Isn't. Ready.
    On that note, Roman Reigns isn't ready either, but at least he's in a position where he is just part of a group. Which has a talker, a worker, and reigns can be the muscle. So that works fine. But WWE hasn't been doing bad main events for a long time, and i don't think they are going to want to be doing them a lot.
    They honestly should never put Ryback in that situation. They should have worked with him and gave him programs to keep him busy , working his way to Punk by next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERECWFAN1 View Post

    They honestly should never put Ryback in that situation. They should have worked with him and gave him programs to keep him busy , working his way to Punk by next year.
    If Vince had been more patient
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERECWFAN1 View Post

    They honestly should never put Ryback in that situation. They should have worked with him and gave him programs to keep him busy , working his way to Punk by next year.
    that's what they did with Goldberg. Where they messed up is giving the Hogan Goldberg match away for free.
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    the diva's match was one of my favorites


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    Update on Stipulations for Top Matches at WWE's TLC Pay-Per-View Next Month
    By Marc Middleton
    Nov 20, 2012 - 9:35:13 AM

    - We noted earlier that local advertisements in the New York City area were advertising several matches for next month's WWE TLC pay-per-view. We now have the stipulations and those matches being advertised are:

    spoilers:
    * Tables Match for the WWE Title: Ryback vs. CM Punk

    * Chairs Match for the World Heavyweight Title: Sheamus vs. Big Show

    * TLC Match: Dolph Ziggler vs. John Cena
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    Backstage News on the TLC Main Event, Rumored Name for NXT Stars on RAW
    By Marc Middleton
    Nov 20, 2012 - 9:04:03 AM
    - This isn't confirmed but the name for the new NXT group with Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns may be spoilers:
    lThe Shield.
    end of spoilers WWE Spanish announcer Marcelo Rodriguez revealed the name on Twitter yesterday.

    - F4Wonline.com reports that Ryback vs. CM Punk for the WWE Title was the working main event for WWE's TLC pay-per-view at last night's RAW. No word yet on the stipulation but it may be a Tables Match. Fans have been speculating that Ryback may face Reigns, Rollins and Ambrose in a Handicap Tables Match but we've heard nothing like that from any sources.
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    So TLC is about a month away on 12-16.

    So far, it looks likes well have at least a chairs match with Big Show and Sheamus.

    They are setting up a Kofi vs Barret feud. I guess that could be a ladder or tables match.

    Plus it looks like Cesaro vs R Turth will continue. That feud seems more table oriented due to the competitors.

    As for the tag titles, I could see a three way ladder match with Hell No, PTP and Sin Cara/Mysterio (do they even have a team name?).

    Plus it looks like they'll have the Ziggler vs Cena match that was slated for Survivor Series unless the Cena injury angle is not really a work.

    The big question is who does Punk face? Ryback again? For me, I'd rather have Ryback face one or more of the NXT crew. It would give him a fresh angle and give the new guys a push. But that would leave Punk without an opponent. I bet they'll do TLC match between the two. And have some kind of enforcer/back-up for Ryback to equalize the NXT guys.

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