As the nWo continues their crusade against the WWF, wrestling's past meets wrestling's future when the People's Champion, the Rock, meets Hollywood Hulk Hogan. Meanwhile, Tripe H faces the ... See full summary »
WWE Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston vs. Alberto Del Rio in a non title match. Elimination Chamber Match for the World Heavyweight Championship - Edge (c) vs. Kane, Rey Mysterio, ... See full summary »
This PPV does not live up to its title, as there is only ONE traditional elimination match! Instead, it is centered almost exclusively around John Cena, who is the special guest referee in the main event, a WWE title match between Wade Barrett and Randy Orton; if Barrett wins, Cena will be free from the Nexus, if Orton wins, Cena will be fired. Will Cena play fair, or will he try to ensure Barrett's victory? It's an interesting stipulation, and the ending is fairly unconventional, though with no long-standing consequences, of course. The other matches, all of which are treated as secondary, are: Ted Di Biase vs. Daniel Bryan for the USA title, Sheamus vs. John Morrison, Dolph Ziggler vs. Kaval (who is pretty impressive) for the Intercontinental title, Team Rey Mysterio vs. Team Alberto Del Rio (who makes a good heel) in the only traditional survivor series elimination match, Michelle McCool & Layla vs. Natalya in a non-match for the Divas title that's only notable for Natalya's sharpshooter submission victory and the return of Beth Phoenix, Kane vs. Edge in a rather boring match for the World Heavyweight title, and the Nexus vs. Santino Marella and Vladimir Kozlov for the Tag Team titles. None of these are terrible, but none are outstanding, either.
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