PPV Fusion: Survivor Series 2015

by on 23rd November 2015

The 2015 WWE Survivor Series Pay-Per-View, marking 25 years since The Undertaker’s début in 1990, starts with Lilian Garcia singing the US National Anthem followed by a video hyping the matches to come later in the night.

The first match to kick things off is a WWE World Heavyweight Championship Tournament Semi-Final between Roman Reigns and Alberto Del Rio (accompanied by Zeb Colter). The match sees Reigns get the victory to advance to the Final, when he hits Del Rio with a spear for the 3-count.

After an interaction backstage involving Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Kevin Owens while Reigns is interviewed by Jojo, Dean Ambrose takes on Kevin Owens in the second WWE World Heavyweight Championship Tournament Semi-Final match.

The match sees Ambrose get the victory to advance to the Final to face Reigns, when he hits Owens with Dirty Deeds for the 3-count.

After a video hyping the next WWE Pay-Per-View, TLC on 13th December, and a video celebrating The Undertaker, a 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination match pits the team of Ryback, “Lucha Dragons” Kallisto and Sin Cara and “The Usos” Jimmy and Jey Uso against the team of “The New Day” Big E, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods (accompanied by his trombone), Sheamus and King Barrett.

The match sees Kingston and Woods abandon the match after Big E’s elimination, leaving Sheamus to face Jey Uso, Kallisto and Ryback by himself. Ryback gets the victory for his team, when he hits Sheamus with the Shell-Shock for the 3-count.

After a video recapping the events that led to the upcoming match, Paige goes against Charlotte in a match for the Divas Championship. The match sees Charlotte get the victory and retain her title, when she applies the Figure-Eight to Paige and leaves her with no other option but to tap out.

After checking in with the Survivor Series Panel (comprised of Renee Young, WWE Hall of Famer Booker T, Byron Saxton and Corey Graves), and a video recapping the events that led to the upcoming match, Tyler Breeze (accompanied by Summer Rae) takes on Dolph Ziggler.

The match sees Breeze get the victory, when he hits Ziggler with the Unprettier for the 3-count.

After a video recapping the events that led to he upcoming match, two members of “The Wyatt Family” are pitted against the “Brothers of Destruction” Kane and The Undertaker, with a unique entrance for The Undertaker celebrating his 25th year in the WWE.

Before the match can officially start, Erick Rowan attempts to attack the Brothers of Destruction, but falls to a double big boot and a double chokeslam. When the match officially gets started, it is with Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper as the two members in question.

The match sees The Undertaker get the victory for his team, when he hits Harper with the Tombstone Piledriver for the 3-count.

After a video hyping some of the shows coming soon on the WWE Network, Roman Reigns goes against Dean Ambrose for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the Tournament Final.

The match sees Reigns get the victory, when he hits Ambrose with a spear for the 3-count to become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

Afterwards, Reigns celebrates in the ring as confetti rains down. Triple H’s “King of King” theme hits as he makes his way to the ring and extends a hand toward Reigns for him to shake. Reigns’ response is instead to hit Triple H with a spear.

Before Reigns can do anything else, he turns around and is hit with a Brogue Kick from Sheamus who has appeared out of nowhere. Sheamus hands his briefcase to the referee and the bell is rung as Sheamus officially cashes in his Money In The Bank contract.

Sheamus immediately goes for a cover, but Roman Reigns kicks out. Roman Reigns’ luck does not stay however, as Sheamus gets the victory to become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion when he hits Reigns with a second Brogue Kick for the 3-count.

Sheamus and Triple H celebrate as they head back towards the entrance curtain, as Survivor Series goes off the air.

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Discovering WCW Monday Nitro in the 1990s, he has been hooked on wrestling ever since, later going on to also discover WWF (now WWE), ECW and numerous independent promotions.

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