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WWE Survivor Series 2015 - The 25th Anniversary of The Undertaker

Matthew Parkinson | 23 Nov 2015 09:00
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WWE's Survivor Series has traditionally been one of the "big four" pay-per-views - the ones that are most worth watching. Part of the reason for this is because it contains a match that isn't seen at any other point in the year: the 4-or-5-man elimination tag team match. Historically speaking, it's being billed as an important PPV because it was when The Undertaker, one of the company's all-time biggest stars, made his debut. This year, the latter is being pushed as a selling point far more than the former. In fact, before the PPV even started, we didn't even know who was competing in the arbitrary elimination tag team matches. We just knew that one or two would be happening. The Undertaker's 25th anniversary, meanwhile, got an entire week of dedication. If you were going to watch this PPV, it was far more likely to be because of that, or because of the tournament being held for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, which was vacated after Seth Rollins injured his knee at a WWE Live event. Well, you got both of these things, although the results aren't likely to be particularly pleasing, especially when it comes to the result of the Heavyweight Championship.

For those who are planning to watch the PPV, but haven't yet and don't want to be spoiled, stop reading now.

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