LIVE on PPV on November 18, 2012, it’s the Thanksgiving Tradition for over 25 years – it’s the 26th annual WWE Survivor Series!
LIVE from the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, IN-the home to 3x NBA Champions the Indiana Pacers and the home to this year’s WNBA Champions-The Indiana Fever, plus it’s the home to the 1999 ArenaBowl Champions, the Indiana Firebirds. Indianapolis, IN is also the hometown of Three’s Company Star Joyce DeWitt, famed singer/songwriter Babyface, famed actress Vivica A. Fox and late night talk show host David Letterman.
It’s the event where it’s all about survival. Which teams will survive? Which Superstars will survive? Which Divas will survive?
CM Punk is STILL the WWE Heavyweight Champion – Who will be next to face the self-proclaimed Best in the World?
Big Show is the WORLD Heavyweight Champion for the 2nd time – Who will be next to Face The Giant?
And Eve Torres is still the WWE Divas Champion – Who will be next to step up to the Former SD! Advisor?
Also, what does Vickie Guerrero have up her sleeve next for RAW and what does Booker T. and Teddy Long have in store for SD!?
All this and more, plus, what’s next for “The Champ” John Cena & what’s next for “The Viper” Randy Orton?
It’s the 26th Annual WWE Survivor Series!!
A good article is now posted on ringsidenews.com by Chris Clarke entitled “Survivor Series a True Test of Character for Mid-Card Talent”. Here is a preview:
Now that Hell in a Cell is said and done, WWE is rapidly approaching the downhill slope to Wrestlemania.
With Survivor Series just around the corner however, the time has come for Superstars to leave their mark and stake their claim for a spot on the Wrestlemania card.
Along with this though, the time has also come for WWE to begin promoting the future main eventers in the company.
And the next step in that process comes at Survivor Series.
After Ryback’s dispay of dominance over CM Punk last night, it begs the question, who else is ready to take the next step leading into the last of WWE’s ‘big four’ pay-per-views?
First and foremost, Kofi Kingston is definitely ready.
Having recently admitted The Miz brought out his ‘darker’ side, Kingston may be approaching a crossroads in his career.
At 31-year-old, and currently amidst his fourth Intercontinental Championship reign, it really is now or never for Kingston to break into the main event scene.
As Survivor Series emerges on the horizon, what better way to elevate Kingston than to turn him heel at the big event and prepare him for a character change heading into the new year?
Read the rest of the article here: http://www.ringsidenews.com/blog/1232/survivor-series-a-true-test-of-character-for-mid-card-talent/