WWE's PPV Survivor Series will fit into the WWE network on November 18 and will be completed in a few days. It will be out all day and the show is one of the oldest PPVs in sports entertainment companies dating back to the late 80s. Like Royal Rumble, Wrestlemania and Summerslam, it is considered one of the four WWE PPVs.
The Survivor Series began on November 26, 1987 with a simple thought. There are four tag team games to get rid of participants until only one team is left. The 1987 Survivor series came in two hours and 44 minutes for a whole bunch of matches and odd interviews and segments.
Mat Elfring and Chris E. Hayner of GameSpot reviewed each of their current WWE PPVs, so it's best to use a 31-year-old time machine to watch this show on the WWE network and review it as if it was recently aired. . Because I was only four games at this event, I decided to discuss the interview and the part where I can make the right decision.
Before we started working on the Survivor Series 1987 card is:
Team 1: Brutus Beefcake, Jake Roberts, Jim Duggan, Randy Savage and Ricky Steamboat
Team 2: Dangerous Danny Davis, Harley Race, Hercules, Honky Tonk Man and Ron Bass
Team 1: Amazing Mule, Itsuki Yamazaki, Tinoo Noriyo, Rockin 'Robin and Velvet McIntyre
Team 2: Dawn Marie, Donna Christanello, Leilani Kai, Judy Martin, Sensational Sherri
Team 1: British Bulldog (Davey Boy Smith and Dynamite Kid), killer Bees (Brian Blair and Jim Brunzell), stunning Rougeaus (Jacques Rougeau and Raymond Rougeau), Strike Force (Rick Martel and Tito Santana) Paul Rome)
Team 2: Boris Zhukov and Nikolai Volkoff, Ax and Smash, Dino Bravo and Greg Valentine, Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart, Haku and Tama,
Team 1: André the Giant, Butchid, King Kong Bundy, One Man Gang, Rick Rude
Team 2: Bam Bam Bigelow, Don Muraco, Hulk Hogan, Ken Patera and Paul Orndorff
Return to the GameSpot on Sunday, November 18 for a live coverage of the PPV this year and a review of the show.