WWE Survivor Series Results: Rock Returns, New Champ... Sound Off With Your Feedback
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WWE started a Twitter angle involving Ricardo Rodriguez. He spots someone whom he thinks is announcer Justin Roberts and "chokes him out." He does this so he has no competition for the mic I suppose. Then Roberts appears and asks Ricardo what he's doing. He was actually choking our referee John Cone. You can watch it below:
Santino Marella beat Jinder Mahal in a dark match prior to tonight's WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view from Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Yes sir, we promised you a great main event...
We open the show with a video package that highlights the main feuds heading into tonight, with a lot of time spent on the Cena/Rock vs. Awesome Truth match, of course.
The pyro hits and Michael Cole welcomes us to Survivor Series. The announcers hype some new kind of social network hub on WWE.com, and this leads directly into John Laurinaitis coming out. He lets the people know his exact title before saying tonight is his tenth anniversary here in WWE, on top of being the 25th anniversary of Survivor Series. This makes little sense as this leads us directly into the US Championship match. John Morrison is out first, getting a pretty weak reaction from the crowd.