So here we are, with Bragging Rights, um, I mean Survivor Series now in the books. The night's advertised theme was all about brand warfare and fantasy becoming reality.
We saw RAW dominate the night early, with wins from both the RAW women and RAW tag teams. They also managed to retain the Cruserweight division, while SmackDown held onto the Intercontinental Championship. However the biggest brand battle of the night saw the blue brand come out victorious. How will the outcomes of these matches affect both shows going forward?
And in a rematch 12 years in the making, (although until six weeks ago, none of us really cared to see it), Lesnar and Goldberg faced each other in one of the most shocking outcomes to any wrestling match we've ever seen.
What does this all mean? Read on and find out our top 15 takeaways from Survivor Series.
15. Cruiserweights Showcasing For Brand Switch?
The WWE decided to throw in a second cruiserweight match in addition to the Kalisto/Brian Kendrick match later in the night. Noam Dar, Rich Swann, and TJ Perkins got the win over Tony Nese, Ariya Daivari, Drew Gulak after Swann beat Daivari with a 450 splash. Overall, this didn't do much in advertising the cruiserweights.