Pre-show notes: If you missed the show, you can watch it here on WWE Network. You can find past editions of The Best and Worst of Survivor Series on its tag page.
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And now, the Best and Worst of WWE Survivor Series 2015.
Best: I Don’t Normally Write Up The Pre-Show, But Two Wonderful Things Happened
1. Tyler Breeze and Summer Rae condescended their way through a backstage hashtag interview party with Tom Phillips — seated here, to avoid having to do the splits to make Breeze look 6-5 — and it’s the kind of moment that turned Breeze from a fun-looking gimmick into a cult hero down in NXT. The guy’s perfected the Zoolander promo and Summer Rae is FEARLESS with her improv skills, so their combined ridiculousness can get over absurdist phrases like “googs it,” and make any snobby wrestling fan interested in celebrating the upside of lower-tier wrestlers with conventional attitudes and skills fall absolutely the f*ck in love. Summer Breeze is the best.