WWE Survivor Series: 5 Superstars Who Shined The Brightest
Photo Credit: WrestleZone, Keith Lee at NXT ‘Takeover: Chicago’ 2018
WWE Survivor Series 2019 has officially concluded and that wraps up the final Big 4 PPV of 2019 and it’s also the second-last PPV of the year. Although it may sound like recency bias, the show was probably the best big 4 PPV this year, not feeling as dragged out as the other three. The only one that came close to it as a whole was Royal Rumble, though WrestleMania and SummerSlam did deliver in their own right.
Once we look back at the year, it’s going to have a generally positive tone to it and all WWE needs to do is have a great TLC PPV in order for that to happen. With the brand split set to be more defined now that the Interbrand wars are over, we’re going to start seeing some fresh storylines and some continued ones, but excitement is guaranteed.
There was a positive feeling coming out of the PPV and as expected, many superstars stepped up to the plate, including superstars from the winning team of NXT. WWE made a big statement with NXT dominating RAW and SmackDown. Here are the superstars who shined the most.
Photo Credit: Bill Pritchard
#5.) Rhea Ripley
Rhea Ripley had a great showing for the second night in a row. At WarGames, she proved that she isn’t just the future but the present after leading her team to an incredible victory despite being only 2 against 4. It was the night that she made her biggest impact in WWE and just a night later, she would captain the NXT Women at Survivor Series. She has “locker room leader” written all over her and once again, the women of the yellow brand were 2-down.
Overcoming the odds, she would pick up the victory for her team and cemented herself as a major star in WWE’s Women’s division across all brands.
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