WWE Survivor Series 2017: Rating all the matches on the card

Lawrence Kim
November 22, 2017

WWE made the right choices.

Tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw is set to focus on the fallout from the Survivor Series pay-per-view.

Those plans were sped up at last month's Tables Ladders and Chairs (TLC) PPV when Roman Reigns was forced out of the event days prior with an unexpected illness.

Angle emerged victorious alongside Rollins and Ambrose in the end and looked pretty good for his first time in a WWE ring in over 11 years.

If you watched Survivor Series last night, you were probably left wondering why the hell WWE finished the main event the way they did.

But Strowman wasn't happy after the win, namely because Triple H teased a betrayal after hitting Kurt Angle, a member of Team Raw, with a Pedigree late in the match to cause his elimination. If that was intentional, I would've thought Triple H would have protected his head a lot more effectively than this.

Following his in-ring smackdown, Triple H was leaving the arena to applause from the audience with wife Stephanie McMahon, when he turned around and walked straight into a wall on the entrance ramp. Unlike Triple H, however, the former Lucha Dragon recovered admirably: "The Game" just stumbled away a dizzy, confused mess, bless him.

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