Over recent years, huge legends throughout WWE history have made appearances at Survivor Series as it's one of the original big four pay-per-views and the event itself has a rich history. We saw some surprises, like Charlotte Flair's assault on Ronda Rousey and her heel turn, as well as Daniel Bryan not being squashed by Brock Lesnar, as the two champs put on a great show in the final match of the night.
In what it looks like was going to be a complete squash between the WWE Universal Champion and WWE Champion, Daniel Bryan mounted an elite-level comeback and had Lesnar on the ropes on multiple occasions.
Survivor Series 2011 (yes, it's an odd-numbered year, I know) would mark the most recent instance of WWE holding a PPV inside the Garden.
For the men's elimination match, Raw have Braun Strowman, Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, Finn Balor and Bobby Lashley facing off against Shane McMahon, Rey Mysterio, Samoa Joe, The Miz and Jeff Hardy. The Intercontinental Champion will go one-on-one with the United States Champion, and not even Seth Rollins (in kayfabe, of course) cares about this match.
WWE fans convinced a man with his hood pulled up and wearing a wig sitting in the second row of Survivor Series is the former Cruiserweight Champion. The kickoff show, which will see the five-on-five tag-team title fight between Raw and SmackDown brand, will start at 3:30 AM. WWE was setting Rock up for a few comeback matches, one of which would take place at this here event.
WWE Crown Jewel will have a live telecast on Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 1 HD (both English) and Ten 3, Ten 3 HD (both Hindi).
The live streaming of WWE Survivor Series will be available on Sony Liv app and WWE app.