5 perfect decisions made at Survivor Series 2017
A great event with a shambolic ending!
WWE finished up the last "big" PPV of the year, Survivor Series, and apart from the main-event, they produced a great show from top to finish. Survivor Series main-event featured ten colossal personalities in the WWE roster but the end result was not a satisfying sight for many.
The rest of the undercard featured a splendid display of battle for brand supremacy, starting from a heated Shield vs New Day match. Brock Lesnar and AJ Styles faced off for the first time in history, producing a fantastic encounter.
We look at five decisions made by the WWE at Survivor Series, which will be the biggest highlights coming out of Houston.
#5 No Squash
The previously advertised Brock Lesnar vs Jinder Mahal predictably fell flat with the WWE Universe, which led to the last minute alteration. AJ Styles was given the opportunity to face the "Beast Incarnate", and the match lived up to the expectations.
Styles was not favoured to win against the current Universal Champion, but the manner in which the match panned out, gave the fans their money's worth. Lesnar is known to phone it in many matches, with the same two moves of doom.
But Brock Lesnar brought out a different side of himself at the PPV, taking massive bumps which helped create a perfect spectacle.
WWE has made Styles a legitimate threat to Lesnar, and this will only do good for the "Phenomenal One".