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2010 WWE Survivor Series PPV Fantasy Card

Posted by Brent Caldwell On November - 19 - 2010
It's that time of year again. And thank our lucky stars, World Wrestling Entertainment thought better of their decision earlier this year, and have reinstated the Survivor Series as their annual November pay-per-view. Needless to say, there has been a mixed reaction to this year's Survivor Series card, as there almost always is these days. I don't understand why the creative team at WWE cannot comprehend the idea that doing the Survivor Series in the traditional format would sell. But after the reaction "old school" Raw received, maybe there is hope after all. What follows is my Survivor Series fantasy ...

Can Wrestling Fans Save Survivor Series? Yep!

Posted by Brent Caldwell On June - 11 - 2010
The wrestling fans have spoken, and WWE has listened. There was a tremendous backlash after WWE announced on February 11th that it would be discontinuing its classic Survivor Series pay-per-view. And now, in the wake of YouTube posts, blogs, and articles on sites such as Bleacher Report, WWE has decided to reinstate the Survivor Series. It goes without question that this unprecedented fan reaction had a significant impact on WWE's decision. How much is unknown, but it is safe to say that without this public outcry, the pay-per-view would be lost for good. Wrestling fans really do control everything in the ...

Can Wrestling Fans Save Survivor Series? Maybe

Posted by Brent Caldwell On March - 17 - 2010
On February 11th, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) announced that they would be discontinuing the annual Survivor Series pay-per-view. I don't think I even have to begin to describe how irate pro-wrestling purists like myself were at the realization that the second-longest running pay-per-view in wrestling history was no more. Personally, I have many fond memories of the November classic. It was the first WWE pay-per-view that I attended live, in 1991, when I was seven years old. I cried like a baby when Hulk Hogan lost to The Undertaker. It feels like WWE is totally betraying tradition. Now, I'm not always opposed ...