It may have been the most contentious ending to a Survivor Series main event since Mr. McMahon changed the course of WWE history 15 years ago on a cold Montreal night.
I obviously didn't see the ppv, and don't know how the whole vibe felt throughout the night.
But with the results I've read, it seems like this ppv could go down in history as the turning point, and the dawn of a new era.
IF they follow through and don't drop the ball like usual.
Some people don't want to put all the blame on Linda's Senate race,
but maybe it was one of the most intricate parts to what we've gotten lately.
Especially what we've gotten for the past (maybe) 2 months when we were getting closer to the race.
I know Mattel still plays a big role, but maybe now we can actually get some edge and passion.