The Best And Worst Of WWE Survivor Series ’11

By: 11.21.11  •  67 Comments

Pre-show notes, with no sign of Zack Ryder:

– As a prerequisite for this column, make sure you’ve read The Best And Worst Of Raw Gets Rocked and our first ever attempt at a Smackdown live-blog. I’m considering starting a Raw open thread just to let you comment as you go and steal all your jokes.

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– A.J. and Kaitlyn actually showed up on this show, so look for them inside.

And without further adieu, please to enjoy the Best and Worst of WWE Survivor Series 2011.

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