WWE Survivor Series is live from Boston and the TD Garden. It is the 11th pay-per-view of the 2013 line up, and the 27th Survivor Series in WWE history. The show kicked off with Kofi Kingston taking on The Miz, who left him hanging in a tag team match.
The Miz started the match with a hand shake, Kingston was reluctant but eventually gave in and Miz didn’t try anything dirty. The Miz got the lead early, and each got a pair of near-falls early. There was a lot of reversing and roll-ups and pins.
It went back and forth with pin attempts for a while, finally Miz got Kingston to the ground and went for the figure four lock but Kingston reversed it. Kingston got control of the match and sent Miz out of the ring. Kingston then dove through the ropes to knock Miz back to the ground.
Then they went to commercial mid-match. It was the pre-show live stream so they were still trying to sell some last minute pay-per-views. When it returned, Kingston had Miz sitting in the middle of the ring with a lock from behind. Kingston went for a pin after sending Miz to the mat. Miz kicked Kingston who was on the edge of the ring outside the ropes, and he looked knocked out. He dragged him in for a pin but he kicked out.
Miz had the upper hand and went to work on Kingston with a submission but couldn’t get Kingston to submit. The back and forth continued for a bit and the end of the match was marked by lots of near pinfalls between the two and lots of reverses. The Miz ultimately pinned Kingston.
The Miz extended his hand again, and Kingston slapped The Miz and then exited the ring.
- Kofi Kingston vs. The Miz
- Curtis Axel vs. Big E Langston (Intercontinental Championship)
- Cody Rhodes, Goldust, Rey Mysterio and The Usos vs. The Shield and The Real Americans (Elimination)
- AJ Lee, Tamina Snuka, Summer Rae, Kaitlyn, Rosa Mendes, Aksana and Alicia Fox vs. JoJo Offerman, Eva Marie, Natalya, The Funkadactlys and The Bellas(Elimination)
- CM Punk and Daniel Bryan vs. Luke Harper and Erick Rowan
- John Cena vs. Alberto Del Rio (World Heavyweight Championship)
- Randy Orton vs. Big Show (WWE Championship)