The inclusion of the NXT talents into the equation intrigues me and I'm anxious to see how these three, talented young men evolve on WWE programming over the next several weeks. @WWERollins, @TheDeanAmbrose, and @RomanReigns all have something viable to contribute but, as usual, it will depend on how they continue to invest in their game and maximize their 'playing time.' Bottom line, WWE has brought three, potentially viable talents into the mix in an impactful manner which I find refreshing. I've seen all three of these young, NXT talents enough to know that their in ring skills are, by and large, solid and that they all possess the necessary personalities to contribute to WWE for years to come. This trio's introduction was one of the brightest aspects of the Survivor Series for me.
Biggest match of the night as far as the promotion was concerned was the WWE Title Bout featuring @CMPunk, @JohnCena, and @Ryback22. It seemed that this match accomplished several things including getting Punk to becoming a 365 day WWE Champion and on an apparent, collision course to meet the @TheRock at the Royal Rumble, or so it seems. That could always change between now and then considering that WWE could shock us with a TLC PPV ending that would surprise.
@WWESheamus vs. @WWETheBigShow was the closest thing to an old school match on the PPV. I love their pacing as I'm not into today's, microwave, move a second mind set on which some fans embrace. Sheamus' chair shot attack on Show was memorable and straight from Idaho. I'm a fan of this rivalry.