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Overall, then, WWE Survivor Series 2020 is a bit of an unusual show to see. The wrestling has its moments & the last segment may be historic.
Survivor Series 2019 was WWE’s most consistent PPV event of 2019. Every contest was at least adequate, with several very enjoyable matches.
WWE made the most of a bad situation, given Seth Rollins' injury, but Survivor Series 2015 was one of the least spectacular shows of 2015.
Survivor Series 2014 will always go down in history as being the setting for the WWE debut of the one and only Icon himself, Sting.
Had this been an edition of Raw, it would have been fairly decent, but as a major WWE PPV event, Survivor Series 2013 was very underwhelming.
In some respects, WWE Survivor Series 2005 is a perfect example of what the Ruthless Aggression era was all about.
On the whole, WWE Survivor Series 2003 is an enjoyable show. In particular, the match between Team Austin and Team Bischoff is must-see.
WWE Survivor Series 2002 is one of the top Survivors cards ever due to five title changes, significant developments and a few great bouts.
WWF Survivor Series 2000 certainly had its moments, with the twin Kurt Angles and the mad stunt involving Triple H standing out in the mind.
WWF Survivor Series 1996 is both thoroughly enjoyable and very important from a historic perspective for the World Wrestling Federation.
WWF Survivor Series 1995 is an entertaining event overall, with the last two matches being the main reasons to check out this card again.
WWF Survivor Series 1994 was a pretty strong card to round out the year for the World Wrestling Federation.
With the exception of Bobby Heenan’s hilarious commentary during the second match, there is very little to see from WWF Survivor Series 1993.
Though it's the least memorable of the four PPVs held that year, WWF Survivor Series 1992 was a really entertaining show.
WWF Survivor Series 1991 was a rather odd night for the company, with a hodge-podge line-up and some baffling booking decisions.
Overall, WWF Survivor Series 1990 was an interesting and historic show. Two debuts took place, with The Undertaker's arrival being legendary.
WWF Survivor Series 1989 is a show that really does represent the Golden Age at its most colourful, star-studded and exciting.
WWF Survivor Series 1988 is an awesome old-school show. The 20-man elimination match is fabulous, and the main event is also significant.