Survivor Series ‘13 ended with a dick swinging contest when WWE Champion Randy Orton and World Heavyweight Champ John Cena took turns holding up their title belts while lovingly looking each other in the eyes. I’m surprised they didn’t share a passionate embrace.
All signs are starting to point to the recent rumors of a unification bout becoming reality perhaps as soon as TLC. Personally I’m fine with a World Title unification but only if it takes place at Wrestlemania. I guess it doesn’t matter.
I can’t believe how fast the WWE has went down hill since Summerslam. The Summerslam PPV was probably the best PPV of the year. Sure, Orton cashed in and ended Daniel Bryan’s short reign and as much as I hated that I could have dealt with it if Daniel Bryan would have gotten retribution on Orton at the next PPV. Instead they killed any momentum Bryan had and hijacked his YES! gimmick and gave it to the Big Show. What good that did Show, huh?
And from the sounds of it the rest of the pay per view sucked balls too. Just terrible. I’m of the belief that Vince is personally sabatoging the Survivor Series card every year now so he can get rid of it for good.
Jesse Ventura was recently on VOC Nation (http://www.vocnation.com/
) where he revealed the reason he left the WWF/E. Thanks to the chaos theory I feel comfortable saying that I doubt Jesse would have ever became governor of Minnesota had he stayed in the WWE which leaves me wondering. If he HAD stayed in the WWE would Triple H have gotten the belt at Summerslam ‘99 instead of Mankind? I guess theoritically speaking Triple H can blame his father in law for that match and not going over Stone Cold one on one for his first run with the WWE World Title! (Triple H would win his first World Title the following night on Raw by defeating Mankind.)
Or maybe Mankind still would have won at Summerslam. Who knows. Anyways now you know this fun little tidbit of wrestling trivia. Tell your friends my fellow marks!