Top 5 shocking bookings in the history of Survivor Series
With the much-anticipated event just a week away now, WWE has had a long history with Survivor Series, and their surprising decisions have elevated the intrigue of the PPV.
Widely regarded as one of the most talked about shows in the company's history, the fans are always excited by the prospect of seeing their favorite superstars go head-to-head to prove their brand's supremacy.
Over the years, the traditional Survivor Series elimination matches have seen some of the most popular stars being propelled to the top by ending these encounters as the sole survivors.
Considering that matches of such magnitude can make a career, the company has not backed off from pulling some of the biggest shockers at this event over the years.
Whether it was The Undertaker's victory over Hulk Hogan, or Dolph Ziggler's heroic performance, the event is well remembered for some memorable moments.
So without further ado, lets dive deep and analyse the 5 biggest shockers WWE has pulled off at Survivor Series.
#1 The Shield debuts - Survivor Series 2012
Possibly one of the greatest debuts of all time happened when The Shield took over the WWE Championship match between CM Punk, John Cena, and Ryback, and absolutely mauled The Big Guy.
Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, and Seth Rollins entered the frame in unconventional fashion, but were ruthless enough to gravitate all the attention in the world.
Since Vince McMahon had big plans for the talented faction, The Hounds of Justice went on to become one of the most dominating forces in the history of the business, taking the company forward to a new era.
Having been rumored to be associated with The Cult of Personality during their initial tenure, The Shield were widely appreciated for their unorthodox style, and received instant success.
With the company pulling off some incredible debuts at Survivor Series, this one came like a shocker with Michael Cole's commentary complimenting the annihilation transpiring in front of our very eyes.