Since X4U love these packs so much they pre them as their own (yes, they even pre'd the CW4F Summerslam releases in my previous pack as their own work), I thought we'd give them some more quality stuff. These scene groups say they hate us, but I guess they love the quality stuff we provide for them
BTW, a little message for X4U. The Royal Rumble pack you downloaded and then pre'd. They're all dupes. Hype, which is where I got them, pre'd those months ago
Anyway, I'm sure X4U wants a Survivor Series pack as well, so here we go. Every Survivor Series from 1987-2006. Note that some of these has been pre'd before too, so careful guys unless you want a scene ban.
The final of the PWT Anthems of the Big 4 PPV events that WWE has. Yes, it's time for Survivor Series! Here we have it all. From classic Deadly Games to the Gobbeldygooker. No blurs, of course.
I hope you all have enjoyed the Big 4 Collections. Stay tuned, as the smaller ones might follow as well. For instance, King of the Ring is sort of semi big
Again, as always, this pack is free-leech.
All credits to the original cappers/rippers. I've kept the file names as I got them, but the folders were renamed for archiving purposes.
The Survivor Series is an annual professional wrestling pay-per-view event held in November by World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment. Some fans of WWF/E call it one of the "Big Four", as along with WrestleMania, Royal Rumble and SummerSlam, it was one of the original four annual WWF/E pay-per-views.
The original concept for the Survivor Series was to have an annual pay-per-view event that focused on tag team wrestling. Another contributing factor to the birth of the Survivor Series was to captailize on the big time feud between Hulk Hogan and Andre The Giant, who wrestled each other at that year's WrestleMania.
It was originally created to be the "Thanksgiving event" as the first four Survivor Series events took place on Thanksgiving Day in November. Notable wrestlers The Undertaker, The Rock and Kurt Angle all made their WWF debut at Survivor Series.
he event is usually characterized by having four on four (or sometimes five on five) tag-team elimination matches. These matches are generally referred to simply as "Survivor Series matches". The 1987-1991 and 1993-1997 Survivor Series events featured multiple Survivor Series style matches. The 1992 event had only one 4 on 4 tag team elimination match, but featured the first WWF casket match. The 1998 edition featured an elimination tournament for the WWF Championship, not seen since WrestleMania IV. The 2002 Survivor Series featured the debut of the Elimination Chamber match.
Survivor Series is the second longest running pay-per-view event in WWF/E history, behind WrestleMania. The first Survivor Series, held in 1987, came on the heels of the incredible success of WrestleMania III, as the WWF began to see the lucrative potential of the pay-per-view market.
Survivor Series is often referred to as the all-star game of professional wrestling, where the most elite of two divisions (or, in the case of the 2005 Series, the two divisions themselves) go head-to-head.
In 2006, Survivor Series celebrated its 20th anniversary.
Survivor Series (1987) November 26, 1987 Richfield, Ohio - Richfield Coliseum
Survivor Series (1988) November 24, 1988 Richfield, Ohio - Richfield Coliseum
Survivor Series (1989) November 23, 1989 Rosemont, Illinois - Rosemont Horizon
Survivor Series (1990) November 22, 1990 Hartford, Connecticut - Hartford Civic Center
Survivor Series (1991) November 27, 1991 Detroit, Michigan - Joe Louis Arena
Survivor Series (1992) November 25, 1992 Richfield, Ohio - Richfield Coliseum
Survivor Series (1993) November 24, 1993 Boston, Massachusetts - Boston Garden
Survivor Series (1994) November 23, 1994 San Antonio, Texas - Freeman Coliseum
Survivor Series (1995) November 19, 1995 Washington DC - USAir Arena
Survivor Series (1996) November 17, 1996 New York, New York - Madison Square Garden
Survivor Series (1997) November 9, 1997 Montreal, Quebec - Molson Centre
Survivor Series (1998) November 15, 1998 St. Louis, Missouri - Kiel Center
Survivor Series (1999) November 14, 1999 Detroit, Michigan - Joe Louis Arena
Survivor Series (2000) November 19, 2000 Tampa, Florida - Ice Palace
Survivor Series (2001) November 18, 2001 Greensboro, North Carolina - Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Survivor Series (2002) November 17, 2002 New York, New York - Madison Square Garden
Survivor Series (2003) November 16, 2003 Dallas, Texas - American Airlines Center
Survivor Series (2004) November 14, 2004 Cleveland, Ohio - Gund Arena
Survivor Series (2005) November 27, 2005 Detroit, Michigan - Joe Louis Arena
Survivor Series (2006) November 26, 2006 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Wachovia Center