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It’s WWE TLC 2012 featuring The Shield’s first televised match in a TLC match, plus a Dolph Ziggler-John Cena match in the main event.
The Armageddon 2008 event was the last WWE PPV of the year where the company went PG.
The last WWE pay-per-view of 2006 was called Armageddon, which was mostly a Smackdown brand show with some John Cena presence to try to boost interest in a show headlined by a tag team match.
This was a rough period for the Smackdown brand because they had to run this Armageddon show one month after Eddie Guerrero shockingly passed away in his hotel room.
The final WWE PPV of 2001 was called Vengeance at a time when WWE decided to unify two World Titles to create one Undisputed WWE Champion.
The final pay-per-view of my favorite year in WWE history was called Armageddon featuring a six-man Hell in a Cell match loaded with star power.
The 31st edition of WWE Survivor Series took place in 2017 with WWE once again relying on the Raw vs.
The 30th edition of WWE’s Survivor Series featured a series of Raw vs.
It’s WWE Survivor Series 2022 with two WarGames matches, plus two title matches and plenty more.
The 23rd Survivor Series event nearly saw WWE end the Survivor Series concept because of a lack of interest shown from the WWE Universe.
The 28th edition of Survivor Series took place in 2014 with a mix of championship matches along with traditional elimination tag team matches as well as some championships on the line as well.
The 29th edition of WWE’s Survivor Series in 2015 was the 25-year celebration of WWE legend The Undertaker.
The 25th annual WWE Survivor Series felt like a homecoming of sorts since it was held at the World’s Most Famous Arena in Madison Square Garden in New York City.
The 19th Survivor Series event took place at a time when WWE was building their stars of the future while also mourning the loss of the late, great Eddie Guerrero.