WWE Survivor Series 2012 PPV Results

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WWE Survivor Series PPV Opener:

The pay-per-view broadcast opens with an elaborate video package highlighting the history of the Survivor Series PPV in general. The video shifts to focus on the feuds heading into this year’s PPV, with special attention paid to the Big Show vs. Sheamus and CM Punk vs. Ryback vs. John Cena title matches.

Traditional Survivor Series Match: Justin Gabriel, Tyson Kidd, Sin Cara & Rey Mysterio vs. Tensai, Primo & Epico & The Prime Time Players

Kidd and Epico start the match. Kidd clamps on a headlock, but Epico is able to fight up to his feet. Epico ends up back on the mat, trapped in a hammerlock, but he fights out of it. Epico kicks Kidd away, and bridges out of a pin, but he has to bail to the outside to get away from Kidd. Kidd heads out to the apron, but he’s swept off his feet. Epico misses a slingshot dive on the way back into the ring, and Kidd tags Gabriel in, who comes in with a roll up for two. Mysterio tags in and gets a near fall of his own before getting kicked in the gut. Young is able to make the tag and he comes in with a suplex attempt. Mysterio lands on his feet and is able to hit the drop toe hold to send Young into the corner before hitting a low dropkick to Young’s thigh. Cara tags in to the match and drives Young to the mat face first for a two count. Primo tags in to the match and eats a back elbow from Cara, followed up by a springboard Hurricanrana.

Tensai is able to tag into the match and he immediately begins slamming and man handling Cara. Titus tags in and man handles Cara or a bit before tagging back out to Primo. Primo comes down on Cara with a forearm drop before pinning him for two and clamping on a rear chin lock. Cara tries to make it to his corner, but he’s forced back and Tensai tags back in. Tensai hits a head butt then drops an elbow. Then he does the same. Tensai clears off the face corner except for Clay. Cara tags out to Brodus, who comes in and wipes out Tensai, then Titus, then Young. Cara and Mysterio send the Prime Time Players to the outside and hold the ropes for International airstrike to take them out. Mysterio and Cara dive to the outside to take out Epico and Primo. Back in the ring Clay screws up a slam on Tensai, and Tensai takes him down to the mat, and out with a senton splash for the three count. Brodus Clay is eliminated.

Titus locks on an abdominal stretch before simply tossing Gabriel around the ring with a fall away slam. Tensai tags back in just as Titus hits a backbreaker. Tensai hits the senton, but Gabriel kicks out of a pin attempt. Tensai misses a second senton and is rolled up by Gabriel for three. Tensai is eliminated. Tensai wipes out Gabriel before heading into the back. Titus comes into the ring to pound on Gabriel for a bit before tagging out to Epico who comes in and takes Gabriel down with a nice butterfly suplex. Epico puts Gabriel in a rear chin lock, but Gabriel fights out. Gabriel misses an enzugiri, but Epico misses an elbow drop. Kidd tags in and comes into the ring with a springboard dropkick. Kidd heads out to the apron and he’s distracted, only to be kicked to the outside by Epico. Primo tags in and heads to the outside, shoving Kidd into the guard rail. Primo brings things back into the ring, only to kick away at Kidd and try to get a couple of pinfall attempts. He tags out to Titus who comes in and slams Kidd to the mat hard. Titus tosses Kidd out to the apron, but misses a kick and ends up hung up on the top rope. Tyson connects with a kick to the head, and he rolls up Titus for three. Titus O’Neal has been eliminated.

Young comes in and wails away on Kidd for a bit before tagging out to Epico. Epico suplexes Kidd down to the mat, picking him up and dropping him a second time, but the third, Kidd lands on his feet, and locks Epico in the Sharpshooter. Epico is forced to tap out.Epico has been eliminated. Primo attacks, hitting Kidd with rights before dropping him to the mat with a belly to back suplex. Primo leaps off the top rope, right into a dropkick from Kidd. Kidd tags out to Mysterio, who kicks Primo and hits a hurricanrana. Primo tries to roll up Mysterio, but he eats a kick to the side of the head instead. Mysterio heads to the top rope, but he’s stopped by Primo. Primo heads up after Mysterio, but Rey fights him off and sends him down to the mat. Mysterio hits the seated senton before sending Primo into the ropes. Primo avoids the 619, but misses the backstabber and ends up rolled up for three. Primo has been eliminated. Young is the last man in the ring, and he eats a 619 right off the bat. Then he eats a splash from Cara, and Gabriel, and a springboard elbow from Kidd. Mysterio heads to the top and drops the dime to eliminate the last member of the bad guys team.

Winners: Rey Mysterio, Sin Cara, Justin Gabriel & Tyson Kidd

Backstage: Kaitlyn Attacked

Kaitlyn is shown walking backstage and she’s attacked by someone wearing a hoodie and a blonde wig. Kaitlyn fights back, and she takes off the wig, exposing Aksana. Eve comes in and asks if Kaitlyn is OK, saying she’d hate if something happened to her before the match. Kaitlyn shoves Eve to the ground and repeats the same thing to Eve before walking off.

WWE Divas Title: Eve Torres (c) vs. Kaitlyn

Kaitlyn attacks before the bell, taking Eve down to the mat and rubbing the wig of the attacked in Eve’s face. Kaitlyn takes Eve into the corner and hits and kicks her, stomping and following Eve around the ring. Kaitlyn slams Eve to the mat before kicking her again. Eve falls to the outside and Kaitlyn is quick to follow, slamming her into the announcer’s table before bringing things back into the ring. Eve rolls right back out and tries to head out through the crowd. Kaitlyn slams Eve into the ring apron before sending her back into the ring again. Kaitlyn mounts and pounds away at Eve, but a break in her assault leads to a kick in the gut from Eve. Eve takes Kaitlyn to the mat and slams her head down repeatedly before picking her up and slapping her across the face. Eve heads to the top rope and sits on the top turnbuckle, pulling back with Kaitlyn in a rear chin lock. Eve hits an elbow drop to Kaitlyn’s back for a two count before locking in a weird submission focusing on Kaitlyn’s neck.

Kaitlyn fights to the ropes, forcing Eve to break the hold. Eve walks over Kaitlyn before heading back up to the top. Kaitlyn pushes Eve out to the apron, then out to the floor. Kaitlyn brings Eve back into the ring, and Eve begs off, crying and apologizing. Kaitlyn slaps her across the face before slamming her to the mat fact first, twice. Kaitlyn shoulders Eve and drops her down stomach first across the knee. Eve is still able to kick out at two. Kaitlyn pulls on Eve’s leg but Eve grabs the ring apron. Eve heads to the outside, and when Kaitlyn follows, Eve takes her feet out from under her. Eve brings things back into the ring where she hits a swinging neckbreaker for a three count.

Winner and STILL WWE Diva’s champion: Eve

Backstage: Survivor Series Team Bickers

We cut backstage and Team Hell No are arguing with each other while Miz and Kingston yell and Foley and Orton look on. Foley tells everyone to stop, that everyone here are Survivors. He talks up Sandow, and Del Rio. Foley asks everyone to put their hands in for a bang bang. Everyone puts their hands in the middle except for Orton and they all put their hands up, but only Foley and Bryan say ‘Bang bang’. Orton says he hates Foley, and Foley says that means he’s ready.

WWE U.S. Title: Antonio Cesaro (c) vs. R-Truth

The bell rings to start this one off. Truth rolls up Antonio for one. Another roll up on Cesaro, another one count. Truth ducks a clothesline and rolls up Cesaro for two this time. Truth catches Cesaro’s leg and spins him around, hitting him with a series of rights. Cesaro hits Truth with a head butt and a huge clothesline. Cesaro tosses Truth into the corner before backing up and kicking him in the face. Cesaro hits Truth with a head butt to the stomach before focusing on Truth’s shoulder.

Truth fights out of the hold, but ends up in the corner where Cesaro drives his shoulder into Truth’s midsection. Cesaro slams Truth to the mat before leaping up with a double stomp to Truth’s stomach. Cesaro pins Truth for a two count before clamping on a seated bear hug. Truth fights to his feet and elbows his way out of the hold, but runs into a knee to the gut from Cesaro. Cesaro puts on another bear hug, slamming Truth down to the mat, then dead lifting him before gut wrenching him over for another two count. Truth rolls up Cesaro for two, but Cesaro comes right back with a huge uppercut for another two count before locking on another bear hug. Truth fights up to his feet again, getting shoved into the corner. Cesaro runs into a boot, then a couple of big clotheslines from Truth. Truth connects with a spinning forearm, but runs right into a boot from Cesaro. Truth ducks a clothesline and hits a heel kick before suplexing Cesaro into a jawbreaker for another two count. Cesaro battles back with a big uppercut. This leads to Cesaro hitting The Neutralizer for the 1-2-3 to retain.

Winner and STILL WWE U.S. Champion: Antonio Cesaro

In-Ring Segment: AJ, Vickie Guerrero & More

AJ comes to the ring. She says she’s sorry she has to do this, but she feels like she’s left with no choice. Vickie Guerrero has tried to make her life a living hell. She thought that Vickie was just being a vindictive witch, or a word that rhymes with witch, but then she realized that when you have a secret, the best thing to do is accuse someone else. And that’s what Vickie is doing. Vickie makes her way out screaming ‘how dare you’, and reminding AJ of her position. AJ says she’s a seeker of the truth, and she was at home when she was sent this photo. A photo a Ricardo Rodriguez and Vickie is shown where they’re eating burritos. Then a photo of her with JR with BBQ sauce all over her face.

Vickie is screaming that this is all untrue, and she’s not happy. AJ shows a photo of Vickie in a bathing suit dancing alongside Brodus Clay. Vickie says this is ridiculous. AJ says Vickie’s evidence, and this so called scandal is ridiculous. AJ wanted reality to slap her in the face. Vickie says it’s not going to be reality, but Vickie who will slap AJ in the face. AJ stares down Vickie, backing her up. She says she doesn’t want to fight, and neither does Vickie. If AJ puts her hands on Vickie, AJ will lose her job, but the same applies to Vickie. Out of nowhere, Tamina attacks AJ from behind, and puts her down with a Samoan drop before heading to the top for a superfly splash.

Backstage: Josh Matthews Interviews Paul Heyman

Josh Matthews interviews Paul Heyman. Heyman is mad when Matthews talks about Punk’s tricks. Heyman says no one gives Punk the credit he deserves. Punk is the 8th longest reigning champion of all time. While Cena is busy chasing AJ, Cena has lost to Punk more times than Heyman can count. While Ryback has been bringing us back to the caveman era, Punk made history by beating Ryback. Punk is prepared to survive and thrive in the triple threat tonight because Punk is hands down the best of the three.

World Heavyweight Title: Big Show (c) vs. Sheamus

The bell rings and Sheamus attacks right away, sticking and moving. Show catches Sheamus with a right to the side of the face, then hits him with a series of clubbing blows. Sheamus tries to continue to fight back, but Show puts him down with a head butt and a short arm clothesline. Show hits Sheamus with a chop to the chest in the corner, then a punch to the gut, and another chop to the chest. Show sends Sheamus across the ring and hits a big back splash, but Sheamus hits Show with a chop block to the knee that sends Show into the ropes. Sheamus traps Show’s arms in the ropes and hits him with a series of rights to the face before hitting him with a bunch of clubbing blows across the chest. Show heads to the outside and Sheamus leaps from the apron to wipe out Show. Sheamus brings things back into the ring and he heads to the top rope, but he leaps off the top rope right into a huge spear from Show. Both men roll to the outside, but Sheamus looks worse for wear. Show sends Sheamus crashing into the ring steps before sending him back into the ring. Show picks Sheamus up only to slam him back down to the mat. Show stalks Sheamus, shrugging off a punch and hitting him with a head butt.

Show knees Sheamus in the face to knock him away. Show picks Sheamus up and drives his elbow down into Sheamus’ arm. Show sends Sheamus crashing into the turnbuckle shoulder first before stomping away at the Irishman’s shoulder. Show hits Sheamus with a couple more clubbing blows before laying him out with another head butt, and walking over the challenger. Show chokes Sheamus against the middle rope, breaking before five. Sheamus rolls to the apron, driving his shoulder into Show’s midsection and leaping back into the ring with a shoulder block, but Show is able to catch Sheamus with a big kick and follows up with an elbow drop that’s good for a two count. Show clamps on a nerve hold and Sheamus screams in pain. Sheamus is able to fight his way out of the hold, only to run right into a big side slam for another near fall. Show puts his foot on the side of Sheamus’ head and puts the pressure on, breaking before the ref’s five count. Sheamus gets to his feet and continues to try and fight, but Show puts him back down to the mat with another set of clubbing blows. Show sends Sheamus into the corner, but runs into Sheamus’ boots. Sheamus jumps on Show’s back and locks on a sleeper hold. Show backs into the corner, but Sheamus holds on. Show shrugs Sheamus off, but the damage is done. Sheamus hits Show with a series of rights, backing him up, but Show throws Sheamus shoulder first into the ring post. Show puts Sheamus down with a huge elbow drop that’s good for another two count. Show climbs up to the second rope, and Sheamus stops him, catching Show on his shoulders, and putting him down to the mat with an electric chair drop in an impressive display. Sheamus is able to get a two count out of it. Both men get to their knees and trade blows. Sheamus backs Show up into the corner before hitting a running high knee, and a leaping forearm. Show is in trouble as he’s put down with another running forearm. Show tries for the brogue kick, but it’s blocked. Sheamus avoids the chokeslam, and he puts Show down with white noise. Sheamus goes for the pin, but Show kicks out at two.

Both men are slow to get to their feet. Sheamus poses for the crowd and gets himself psyched up. Sheamus goes for the brogue kick, and Show pulls the ref in front of him, causing Sheamus to take out the referee. Sheamus looks on in concern at the official. Show stands up and waits for Sheamus to turn, hitting him with the KO punch. A ref in the ring standing by counts three and awards the match to Big Show.

Winner and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: Big Show

After the match, the same official heads over to the announcer and tells him that Show has been DQ’ed.

Winner: Sheamus, Big Show retains the title

Show argues with the ref, and this allows Sheamus to recover. Sheamus grabs a chair and attacks Show, using it to blast Show repeatedly. Show writhes in pain on the arena floor as Sheamus winds up and hits Show in the knees. Show begs off, asking Sheamus to stop. Sheamus tells Show to beg. Sheamus tosses aside the chair, but he lays out Show with a brogue kick.

Traditional Survivor Series Match: Team Ziggler vs. Team Foley

Otunga and Kofi will kick things off. Kingston goes for a roll up right away, getting two and going straight away for a drop kick. Otunga heads out to the floor, and Kingston follows with a springboard dive to the outside, wiping out Otunga. Back in the ring, Kingston tries for a pin, getting two. Bryan tags into the ring, uppercutting Otunga, but getting caught with a sloppy powerslam. Sandow tags in and attacks, catches Bryan with a Russian leg sweep before hitting the elbow of disdain. Sandow clamps on a rear chin lock, but Bryan fights up to his feet and out of the hold, wiping Sandow out with a running clothesline and corner dropkick. Bryan kicks away at Sandow’s chest, until Sandow bails from the ring. Sandow wishes his team good luck and walks toward the back, until he’s brought back to the ring by Kane. Bryan kicks Sandow in the side of the head and Kane tags in to chokeslam Sandow for the three count.

Damien Sandow has been eliminated. Kane and Bryan argue and Kane shoves Bryan to the outside. Ziggler catches Kane with the Zig Zag from behind and gets the three count. Kane has been eliminated. Orton and Miz argue until Ziggler attacks again. Orton takes Ziggler out with a slingshot suplex before tagging out to Kofi. Kofi wipes out Ziggler before tagging Bryan back into the match. Bryan runs right into a knee to the gut from Ziggler. This allows Ziggler to tag in Barrett. Bryan goes for the corner dropkick on Barrett, but misses. Barrett ties Bryan up in the ropes and Del Rio gets in a cheap shot before Barrett kicks Bryan to the outside. Barrett backs Bryan up into the apron and brings things back into the ring. Barrett tags in Otunga who comes in with an explosive shoulder block, but gets trapped in the No lock out of a pin attempt. Otunga is forced to tap. David Otunga has been eliminated. Del Rio comes in and kicks away at Bryan before catches him with a tilt a whirl backbreaker. Del Rio charges Bryan in the corner and ends up back dropped to the outside. Bryan makes the tag to Kingston who comes into the ring with a springboard forearm. Kingston takes out Del Rio with a series of strikes, kicks and dropkicks before hitting the boom drop. Kofi calls for the trouble in paradise, but is distracted by Ziggler.

Kofi takes out Del Rio with a cross body from the second rope instead. Barrett tags in and hits a black hole slam before hitting Kofi with the bull hammer for the three count. Kofi Kingston has been eliminated. Orton comes in and hits Barrett with a big dropkick, but runs into Barrett’s boot in the corner. Barrett tries for a suplex, but Orton blocks it, hitting Barrett with a suplex of his own before dropping a knee across Wade’s face. Orton tags Bryan back into the match. Bryan kicks away at Barrett, screaming No the whole time. Bryan heads to the middle rope and hits a shotgun missile dropkick, getting a two count. Bryan kicks away at Barrett’s chest, but he’s clotheslined to the outside out of nowhere. Del Rio tags in and brings things back into the ring, but immediately ends up trapped in the No lock. Del Rio breaks it and kicks Bryan in the back before hitting him with a running kick in the corner. Del Rio locks on the cross arm breaker and Bryan is forced to tap. Daniel Bryan has been eliminated. Miz heads into the ring and hits Del Rio with a big back elbow.

Orton tags back into the match and stomps away at Del Rio. Orton hits Del Rio with a clubbing blow to the chest before going for the pin and getting two. Del Rio kicks Orton’s arm and drops him down with an arm breaker before tagging Ziggler back in. Ziggler kicks away and drops an elbow on Orton before clamping on a rear chin lock. Orton fights out and launches Ziggler up, pancaking him out on the mat. Miz tags in and so does Barrett, Miz takes Barrett into the corner and hits him with a series of rights before hitting the corner dropkick, and sending Ziggler from the apron. Miz heads to the top and hits a double axe handle smash to Barrett. Barrett avoids the SCF and kicks Miz in the stomach. Barrett tries for the wasteland, but Miz counters into the SCF, getting the three count. Wade Barrett has been eliminated. Del Rio comes in and gets laid out by Miz, only to comes back with a giant German suplex, bridging into a pin for two. Miz is able to take Del Rio out in the corner, but Del Rio comes back with an enzugiri to the back of the head that takes Miz down for a three count. Miz has been eliminated. Orton heads in and hits Del Rio with a couple of rights, but he turns to Ziggler, and Del Rio takes Orton down for a two count. Ziggler tags in and takes Orton down with a neckbreaker for another near fall. Del Rio tags back in and leaps up, coming down with a double stomp on Orton’s chest. Del Rio heads to the top rope and leaps off, right into a dropkick from Orton. Orton hits Del Rio with a couple of clotheslines, and a quick powerslam. Orton gets distracted by Ricardo and Del Rio hits Orton with an enzugiri for another two count.

Foley attacks Ricardo and puts on Mr. Socko, applying it to Ricardo on the outside to a big pop. Orton tries for the RKO, but Ziggler interrupts, accidentally kicking Del Rio. Orton sends Ziggler into the ring post and he’s able to hit Del Rio with the RKO, pinning him for three. Alberto Del Rio has been eliminated. Orton drops down to the mat and psychs himself up. He tries for the RKO, but Ziggler holds on to the ropes. Ziggler hits the Zig Zag, but Orton is able to kick out at two. Ziggler goes for the rocker dropper, but Orton avoids it and sends Ziggler out to the apron, bringing him back into the ring with the suspension DDT. Orton backs away from Ziggler, setting up for the punt. Ziggler stirs, Orton charges, but he’s caught with a superkick. Ziggler pins Orton for three.

Winner and Sole Survivor: Dolph Ziggler

WWE Title: CM Punk (c) vs. Ryback vs. John Cena

The bell rings. Cena gives chase for a bit, then Ryback gives chase, leading to Punk catching a right hand from Cena. Ryback beats on Punk in the corner until he’s pulled out by Cena. Cena beats on Punk until he’s pulled out by Ryback. Ryback sends Cena to the mat, and Punk hits Ryback with a series of rights. Ryback lifts Punk up by the throat, and he’s taken to the mat by Cena. Cena dumps Punk out of the ring, and Cena and Ryback have a stare down. We get a lock up and Ryback pushes Cena back. Cena goes behind and puts on a head lock, hitting Ryback with a shoulder block out of nowhere. Ryback fights off an AA attempt, hitting a shoulder block of his own. Ryback launches Cena across the ring hard, sending him to the outside. Punk comes in, attacking Ryback from behind and blowing the crowd a kiss before suplexing the big man. Punk gloats and turns around into a gorilla press into a fall away slam. Punk rolls to the outside and Cena comes in to take on Ryback, taking him to the mat and putting on a rear chin lock. Punk heads to the top and takes out both men with a double axe handle smash. Cena rolls to the apron and Punk sends him falling to the floor. Punk hits Ryback with another double axe handle smash, but when he goes for a third, he’s caught and put back inot the corner by Ryback. Cena tries to sneak the pin, sending Ryback to the outside, but Punk kicks out and comes back with a DDT, getting a two count of his own. Punk locks on a modified last chancery on Cena, but he’s plucked up, and slammed to the mat by Ryback.

Cena slams Ryback to the mat, but Ryback pops right up. Ryback and Cena trade right hands, and Cena comes up with a flying shoulder block, but Punk pulls Cena to the outside and throws Cena into the ring steps. Punk crawls up to the apron and hangs Ryback up on the top rope before hitting a springboard clothesline for a one count. Punk puts on a rear chin lock, trying to wear the big man down. Ryback fights to his feet, sending Punk into the ropes and putting him down with a clothesline and a back body drop. Ryback plants Punk with a spinebuster, then follows up with a giant clothesline. Ryback goes for shell shock on Punk, but Cena breaks it up and locks in the STF on Ryback. Ryback refuses to quit, allowing Punk to climb to the top rope. Punk points to the sky and leaps off with an elbow drop to Cena’s back. Punk calls for the GTS. Punk shoulders Cena but Cena fights out. Cena and Punk trade right hands, back and forth. Ryback clotheslines both men. Ryback tosses Punk out of the ring, then tosses Cena out after him. Ryback heads to the outside and says ‘finish it’. Ryback tries to get both Cena and Punk up for shell shock, but Punk and Cena fight it off, teaming up and beating down Ryback. Punk dismantles the announcer’s table as Cena holds Ryback. Punk and Cena double suplex Ryback into the table, taking out the big man. Punk and Cena slowly make their way back into the ring. Cena ducks a clothesline and hits a pair of flying shoulderblocks, then the belly to back suplex. Cena hits the five knuckle shuffle and tries for the AA, but Punk drops right down and hits Cena with the GTS. Cena is able to kick out at two, and Heyman and Punk both can’t believe it. Cena pops up and hits the AA, pinning Punk, but he only gets two.

Punk pulls himself up in the ropes. He kicks Cena in the thighs and chest. Punk misses a kick, and Cena catches the leg. Punk kicks Cena away, and hits the running knee in the corner. Punk tries for the bulldog, but Cena counters into the STF in the middle of the ring. Ryback pulls Cena out of the ring and wipes him out with a huge clothesline. Ryback pumps himself up in the corner and runs in with a big clothesline for Punk. Ryback shoulders Punk and marches around the ring, putting the champ down with shell shock. Ryback goes for the pin but it’s broken up by Cena. Cena tries for the AA, but Ryback fights out of it and plants him with shell shock. A group of guys in black come from out of nowhere to attack Ryback. They’re dressed as security. Cole identifies Roman Reins, Seth Rollins and Deam Ambrose from NXT as they dismantly the Spanish announcer’s table and send Ryback crashing through it. Back in the ring, Punk crawls over toward Cena and pins him, getting the three count.

Winner and STILL WWE Champion: CM Punk

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I have seen all 26 of them

I have seen all 26 of them and that was by far the worst Survivor Series of them all. The crowd was dead but I can't blame them. Other then the initial Survivor Series match there was not much to get excited about. Same old crappy endings, same tired storylines, same useless characters. The WWE needs to realize that for the guys who want to get over to actually get over someone has to lose in the finish. If you keep doing screw jobs for every major finish the guys you are trying to protect and the wons you are trying to get over both lose and no one gets above anyone. Everyone is just stuck in a rut until The Rock finally returns and makes them job hard just to prove once and for all that no matter what happens we will never see anything as good as the attitude era. At least we are one month closer to Punk jobbing hard to Rock.

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