WWE Survivor Series Results (11/28/2013)

Posted by Matt Boone November 25, 2013 49 Comments

World Heavyweight Title
- John Cena (c) vs. Alberto Del Rio

The challenger, Alberto Del Rio is out first, followed by the champion, John Cena. Cena gets his typical mixed-bag reaction, despite being in his hometown. The bell sounds to start the match and immediately we get a passionate “Let’s go Cena, Cena sucks” dueling chant from the fans in Boston. Both guys circle each other and Cena slaps a head lock on Del Rio. Del Rio turns things around into a head lock of his own. Cena pushes Del Rio off, but eats a quick shoulder block. Another lock up, and another head lock from Cena. Cena hits a headlock takeover, but Del Rio fights right up to his feet and out of the hold. Cena hits a shoulder block, but gets caught with a hip toss from Del Rio. Del Rio puts Cena into a side headlock on the mat. Cena fights up to his feet, and out of the hold. Del Rio hits a shoulderblock, and catches Cena with a kick to the back of the knee before grinding his boot into Cena’s face. Del Rio hits a snap suplex that’s good for two. Del Rio traps Cena’s arm in a keylock hold, but Cena fights up, shouldering Del Rio in the process. Del Rio drops down, then hits a big clothesline on Cena for another two count.

Del Rio blasts Cena with a kick. Del Rio is going back to work on the arm of the champ. Cena’s in the ropes, so the ref breaks it up. Del Rio heads to the top rope, and leaps off with a really sloppy punch to the arm. Del Rio and Cena fight to the outside where Cena blocks his head from being driven into the ring steps, but ends up being whipped into them instead. Del Rio brings things back into the ring for another two count before pounding away at Cena’s head. Del Rio stomps away at Cena before heading to the top rope again. Del Rio leaps off with a sloppy double axe handle for two. Del Rio traps Cena in an arm bar, but Cena fights out of it pretty quickly. Cena hits a series of rights, but charges across the ring and misses Del Rio, crashing into the turnbuckle. Del Rio again working over the arm of Cena, stomping away at it with a vengeance.

Cena starts fighting back finally. Cena nails Del Rio with a shoulder block. He goes for another but misses and flies out to the floor. Del Rio heads out after him and tosses Cena into the barricade. Del Rio climbs the stairs and mocks Cena before heading back into the ring. Cena gets back to the apron and snaps Del Rio’s neck across the top rope, but on his way into the ring he’s caught with a clothesline from Del Rio. Del Rio traps Cena in another keylock hold, wearing down the champ. Cena fights back up to his feet, shouldering Del Rio again. Del Rio grabs onto the ropes and fights out of it. Cena hits dual shoulder tackles, but Del Rio follows up with a backstabber out of nowhere for two. Del Rio climbs to the top, and mocks Cena once more, but he leaps off right into a dropkick from Cena. Cena hits the belly to back suplex, and tries for the five knuckle shuffle, but Del Rio counters with a kick to the head and a DDT for two. Del Rio puts Cena’s arm around the ring post and pulls on it. Del Rio goes for a big move but Cena gets out of the way and Del Rio crashes onto the floor.

The referee begins his count with Del Rio laid out on the floor. He just makes it back into the ring after the count of nine. Cena nails Del Rio with a big suplex. Cena hits the five knuckle shuffle. Del Rio counters the AA into a bridging German suplex for two. Del Rio calls for Cena to stand, but he misses the enzugiri in the corner. Del Rio counters the STF, but Cena comes right back with a giant tornado DDT out of the corner for two. Cena goes to the apron and climbs to the top turnbuckle, but Del Rio catches him with the enzugiri for two. Del Rio comes in with a big clubbing blow to the back of Cena. Del Rio seats Cena on the top rope and pulls him back in the tree of woe, choking Cena with his boot. Del Rio runs in with a spear, but Cena sits up and Del Rio runs into the ring post. Cena stands on the top rope and leaps off with a huge rocker dropper for two.

Del Rio goes for the Cross Armbreaker, but Cena immediately reverses it into his STF. Del Rio slaps his Cross Armbreaker on Cena again and this time gets it. Del Rio wrenches back on it hard. Cena looks to be in extreme pain and is contemplating tapping out. Cena ends up rolling over and powering Del Rio up. He hoists Del Rio up in the arm and simply throws him off. Del Rio crashes down as if he was hit with a powerbomb. Moments later, Del Rio goes for the Cross Armbreaker yet again, but Cena reverses directly into an Attitude Adjustment. 1-2-3. Cena wins and retains in his hometown.

Winner and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: John Cena

Backstage Segment: Santino, R-Truth, Los Matadores (with El Torito), Fandango and John Laurinaitis

Backstage, Santino Marella and R-Truth are shown talking. They talk about Money In The Bank, etc. They say let’s get this going. They turn around and there’s a bunch of little action figures. Santino says he’s going to be The Rock. Truth says he’s going to be John Cena. In pops Los Matadores and El Torito. Up next walks Fandango. John Laurinaitis then walks in and says People Power. R-Truth and Santino play with the action figures as all the guys babble. We fade away and that ends one goofy ass segment.

CM Punk & Daniel Bryan vs. Luke Harper & Erick Rowan (with Bray Wyatt)

CM Punk’s music hits and out comes “The Best In The World.” He informs us that it’s “clobbering time.” Out next is Daniel Bryan. Yes, that’s right — Daniel Bryan. Get it? Yes? Anyways, the crowd in Boston is heavily into both guys. Bray Wyatt and The Wyatt Family appear on screen. Instead of just saying, “we’re here,” Bray cuts a mini-promo. He basically says he was told in his dreams that Bryan and Punk are tough, but pretty much told them they should run. Out comes The Wyatt Family. Bray sits down in his rocking chair and when he blows out the light and the arena lights come on, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan are already in the ring. Gotta love The Wyatt Family’s entrance. Bryan and Harper start things off for their respective teams as the bell sounds to make this one official.

Rowan runs at Bryan looking for a clothesline, but Bryan ducks it and blasts Rowan with a kick to the knee. Rowan knocks Bryan down with a head butt, then backs him into the corner with another. Bryan ducks another clothesline and scores with a series of kicks to the knee before Punk tags in. Rowan tosses Punk away, but Punk comes back with a dropkick to the knee. Rowan hits a big clubbing blow to Punk’s back, then tags in Harper. Harper hits a European uppercut, and grinds his forearm across Punk’s face. Punk comes back with a cross body, and a big chop, but Harper comes up with a chop of his own. Rowan tags in and traps Punk in a bear hug, wearing down the straight edge superstar. Punk fights out of the hold, scores with a couple of kicks, and tries for a suplex Rowan counters, but Punk lands on his feet and tags Bryan. Punk and Bryan try for a double suplex, but Rowan suplexes both men at once. Rowan backs Bryan into the corner and tosses him across the ring, but Bryan hits a drop toe hold that sends him into the corner. Punk tags in and we get dueling kicks. fast tags and the series of kicks to Rowan continues. Punk and Bryan hit a double belly to back suplex.

Rowan recovers and tags Harper into the match. Punk tags Bryan into the match. Punk and Bryan hit a double dropkick, and Bryan hits a series of kicks to Harper’s chest. Punk and Bryan hits a Hart attack on Harper, but Rowan breaks up the pin. Punk jaws with Rowan, and it leads to Harper hitting a giant boot to the face of Punk. Rowan tags in and gets a quick two count. Rowan wrenches Punk’s head and neck. Punk is able to fight up to his feet, but Rowan puts him down with a big blow to the back. Rowan picks up Punk, and drops him down spine first across his knee. Harper tags in and stomps away at Punk.

Harper locks Punk in the gator roll, but Punk fights to his feet and out of it. Punk catches Harper with a couple of big chops, but Harper fights back with a modified Michinoku driver. Rowan tags in and drops an elbow across Punk’s back for two. Rowan buries his knee in Punk’s back and yanks back on his head and neck. Punk gets to his feet, and tries to make the tag to Bryan, but Rowan blocks it and shoves Punk into the corner. Punk is able to connect with a tornado DDT out of the corner. Both men make the tag and Bryan scores with a couple of kicks before backflipping over Harper and connecting with a flying clothesline. Bryan low-bridges Harper and leaps through the ropes, wiping out Harper. Harper looks to have hurt his knee. Bryan hits a missile dropkick from the top rope. Bryan hits Harper with a series of kicks to the chest, and follows it with a hurricanrana, and a running kick in the corner. Bryan sits Harper on the top and tries for a hurricanrana, but Harper counters with a top rope powerbomb. Punk comes in but Rowan throws him out to the floor.

Rowan hits Bryan with a splash but it’s not enough for three. Bray is screaming at Bryan. Rowan picks Bryan up and slams him three times (which Harper tells him to do from the apron), but it’s still not enough for a three count. Rowan catches Punk with a boot as he tries to get back to the apron. Harper tags in and hits a big running splash before catapulting Bryan throat first into the ropes for two. Harper picks Bryan up to his feet, and Bryan fights out of the hostile corner, only to eat a giant suplex from Harper. Harper runs toward Punk, but Punk catches him with a big kick and both men are down.

Out of nowhere, Bryan shows up and blasts Rowan with his running knee. Harper turns around and Punk hoists him right up for the GTS. Punk nails it and covers him. 1-2-3. The Best and The Beard get the win. Bray Wyatt is shown punching the guard rail padding out on the floor.

Winners: CM Punk & Daniel Bryan

After The Match

Bray is still pissed. He takes his hat and shirt off. He approaches the ring. Punk and Bryan are standing in the middle waiting for him. The crowd is doing the loud “Yes!” chant. Bray hops back off the apron and back onto the floor. He backs away. The Wyatt Family collectively decide not to do anything further and they all head up the ramp and backstage as Punk and Bryan celebrate in the ring to a chorus of “Yes!” chants from the fans in Boston.

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    • Vitorio

      Punk is selling me on this. Even though the 2 best ate mid carded, I might order and then shut off before World & WWE Title matches.

      • Q9V

        Just so long as you order, you can do whatever you want.

    • Brandon Delgado

      That was the worst finish to a ppv ever! Boring match, terrible finish, and buyers were short changed a whole 15 minutes!

    • Topsy Krettz

      Terrible ending to the PPV. They’re probably teasing a champion vs champion feud for the time being, given the fact that it might be becasue creative just ran out of ideas involving each champion at the moment, so until we get a Royal Rumble winner we might see Cena vs Orton yet again.

    • Jeffrey Mavin

      i guess john is going back to his heel persona

      • Desperado

        good joke

      • tzf

        they won’t turn cena unless all those stupid parents stop buying cena merch for their stupid kids. they give a fukk about their storylines they rather sell their merch

    • taifhamid1

      the ending makes sense actually, they are unifying the titles, and possibly going into a new era

      • trollingisahobby

        new era by still making cena the douchbag of the wwe

      • kiaba360

        starting a new era with two guys that dominated the previous era, what a great idea.

    • FightFan

      I wonder how they’re gonna blame low buys on Daniel Bryan this time…seriously I’m not even the biggest Daniel Bryan fan but it’s clear the fans want him in the main event. The crowd chanting “boring” and “Bryan” during the main event should be a pretty big eye-opener, but it’s clear creative is not even trying to get things right.

      • tzf

        read the article with the former comparing bryan’s and mysterio’s run sounds pretty realistic to me

      • Q9V

        Face it…he’s just not ready, brother. Trust in McMahon.

    • Darren Fisher

      They are possibly unifying the titles. Or Cena is going heel and aligning himself with the Authority, Orton and Shield.

    • trollingisahobby

      i can’t complain I watched the payperview for free

    • FTV

      The work that Seth Rollins and especially Roman Reigns did today was amazing, they stole the show for me.

    • Desperado

      “Orton grabs Big Show and nails him with his draping DDT spot off the top. For some reason, the crowd boo’s anyways.” For some reason? did u watch the match? Orton tried the DDT off the top rope but BIG SHOW couldnt keep his feet on the turnbuckle and instead it became a normal DDT. The crowd was booing because they all saw that they messed that spot up. dumbasses

    • Jpro Walkom

      It’s time they unify the belts. They should unify IC and US Titles too. They’re doing nothing with the US. With the IC on its own you could make it the mid carders title. With more fighting for that one title it could mean something again. Also by unifying the WWE and World Championship, you have the one major title. It’ll be easier for Rumble Winners and with one belt MITB could return to Wrestlemania. With MITB back at WM more people can get on the show again. Or else they can have MITB part of TLC, after all it has Tables, Ladders and Chairs.

      • tzf

        the problems are not the titles, but to present them right, like i can’t remember when ambrose his us belt last. they should have us and ic title matches on a weekly basis. and how they degraced the wwe belt during the bryan orton feud hurts the title as well. nothing against creating heat, but if you do it that obviously and foreseeable it doesn’t do a damn thing but hurting the champion and the belt.

        about the ppv: doesn’t worth to buy they elevated reigns, forseeable, big e wins forseeable, aj’s team lost the same, cena and orton won the same, bryan&punk won also kinda predictable.

        • Jpro Walkom

          i’ve actually grown to like Reigns a lot. In fact i love all members of The Shield. And i hope all of them get to be big stars and not turn out like Nexus lol.

          • twet

            probably won’t happen rollins/ambrose although they are great will probably end in a midcard spot at best

    • king

      it seems like wwe creativity team now wants to unifying the 2 world title by making the match b/w WWE champ Randy Orton vs WHC John Cena. what do you think wwe universe? do u wanna see 2 world champ on 2 brands or unified World champ on 2 brands?

      • Sagar Garg

        I want RAW vs Smackdown and the draft picks again!! Its a crappy idea to unify these titles

        • Guest

          Given how Raw and Smackdown are pretty much back to being one show no not really.

          • tzf

            actually that’s wrong raw has mostly talents of both shows while smackdown mostly features the smackdown roster and here and there one of the raw superstars. although i agree there is no more that straight brand separation as it was ealier

    • Sagar Garg

      They have so much talent to bring both the championships at par but wwe just seems to have stuck to cena for so long that they just cannot think of anything else. While Daniel Bryan is a clear crowd favorite and a deserving WWE champion, Cena can have his feud with anyone of the other talents like Ceasaro, Rey, Ziggler, RVD, etc. They will be supercool matches and the World Heavyweight championship will be in limelight again. But WWE and for that matter HHH (I hate him and his stupid business acumen) just cannot see past Cena and Orton whom I never want to be in the picture for the titles at Mania.

      • tzf

        they did the same thing to bryan they did to punk just burying a storyline without no reason at all although those two had the biggest buzz in the last 5-10 years. now they are midcarders, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but they are in crappy storylines as well.
        if they continue the way they book they’ll probably will get even more people turn off their tv/not ordering ppv’s than they already do.

        • Q9V

          Bryan is a midcarder, Punk isn’t. Going forward from here, Punk will feud with the Shield until Roman breaks free and turns face. Then he’ll save Punk and put the hurt on Rollins/Ambrose. Far as Bryan goes, he’ll probably get “brainwashed” and put into Rowan’s goat mask, just to continue pushing that idea. The system works. Trust in McMahon.

          • tzf

            sure talking crowd involvement biggest thing since stone cold, had excellent matches during his #1 conteder/champion run but is a midcarder… you should stop sippin vince’s koolaid dude

            • Q9V

              R-Truth had a lot of good matches, is technically sound in the ring and gets great crowd involvement as well. And they dressed him up in a Confederate uniform and made him play an idiot. Bryan was made a top champion what, 3-4 times now? Yeah, he’s not getting mistreated. Trust in McMahon, he knows what he’s doing.

            • tzf

              got buried at mania in 18 secs, after finally winning the wwe title he loses it after 5 minutes and the next time after 24 hours. that’s how you bury your characters. and that’s what vinnie mac is good at, they killed punks buzz, i agree they buried r-truth when he stepped up, the same with christian, and if i remember correctly with henry as well, not even talking about how many times they put ziggler in the doghouse and now bryan. you know if they would’ve messed up or didn’t get the crowd into their character i could have understand that but instead they push orton during whose match the night after mania the crwod did everything but paying attention to the match…

            • Q9V

              How did Punk and Bryan get buried? Bryan went on to become one of the most over acts in the company and beat John Cena CLEAN at Summerslam. Punk went on to hold the title for over 400 days straight. If that’s being buried then you need to re-evaluate things a little bit.
              As far as Ziggler goes, he’s his own worst enemy. Ziggler’s a selling machine and that’s why he’s used to make other talent look good. He even made Tensai look like a beast in their match, when Tensai threw him over the commentator’s table and Ziggler sold it like absolute death. Ziggler’s role is to make others look good. And he does it very well.

            • tzf

              have you seen the last 3 ppv matches bryan had before ss? that’s pretty much getting buried to me, including the fact that you work a yet useless program with some solid but not great newcomers…
              punk carries the company about a whole year nearly on his own and at mania he’s screwed out of the main event…
              ziggler probably most impressive work ethic, cashes in, wins, gets burried for del rio…
              worst 3 in wwe are sheamus, del rio and cena i’m constantly skipping through their matches unless they got a great opponent. redundant 3moveset sh!t with predictable outcome

            • Q9V

              Punk was never going to get the Mania main event. We knew halfway through his reign that it was going to be Rock/Cena, that wasn’t a surprise.

            • tzf

              i’m talking bout the end of his run, putting the belt on cena and ahving once in a lifetime II

            • Q9V

              So am I. The moment the Rock announced he was facing the champ at the Rumble, it made Punk a non-factor. Punk isn’t as big a name as Cena and definitely not as big a name as the Rock so the WWE went with the guaranteed money.

            • tzf

              they pretty much did the same thing they did with bryan, take the title off him, because they don’t care about the audience they rather listen to sponsor’s/merch sales. that’s not innovative and will hurt your brand.

            • Q9V

              Vince has been doing business the same way for what, 40 years now? Trust in the man, he knows what he’s doing. Unfortunately, not everybody can become a mega star. Bryan got a push, got to beat Cena clean and is a 3-time world champion. That’s not bad for the short time he’s been in the company.

            • twet

              yeah and that he’s still in the business pretty much is because of bad choices of wcw management. but hell i can write what i want you will still continue to su(k on vinces (ock

            • Q9V

              Aw, you got it bad. LOL

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    • yoyo

      Terrible ending for a ppv. Orton vs. Cena again?!

    • Irsh_WWE

      Cena is my fav, but the creative teams are making the storylines.. complete crap, God, not another Cena vs. Orton

    • Irsh_WWE

      Cena is my fav, but the way creative teams are making the storylines.. complete crap, God, not another Cena vs. Orton

    • Esteban C.

      ROH is the best wrestling in the world, great matches on TV free of charge. Quit watching WWE and stick it to the McMahon family and their lame wrestling shows.

      • Q9V

        ROH has Matt Hardy. Your argument is invalid.

    • P.P. Johnny

      P.P. Johnny says WWE PPV = crap.

    • Pinmepayme

      So predictable. I used to look forward to the PPVs but not anymore. Just watch RAW and SMACKDOWN leading up and you can pretty much predict what’s going to happen.

      • P.P. Johnny

        P.P Johnny would rather spend the $55 to fill his gas tank than waste it on another crappy WWE PPV.

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