Survivor Series 1997: Revue de cette soirée historique

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Par David Marques

Welcome to KB’s Wrestling Reviews, where we discuss a wide range of wrestling shows, from old school to modern, and everything in between. In this article, we will be reviewing the infamous Survivor Series 1997, a show that marks a pivotal moment in wrestling history. From the controversial ending to the match between Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels, to the debut of the New Age Outlaws, there’s a lot to unpack from this event.

The New Age Outlaws Take On Team Headbangers

The show kicks off with a tag team match between the New Age Outlaws, along with the Godwinns, taking on the Headbangers and the New Blackjacks. This match sets the tone for the night, as we witness the rise of the New Age Outlaws and their unexpected win that shocks the audience.

Truth Commission vs. Disciples of Apocalypse

Next up, we have a match between the Truth Commission and the Disciples of Apocalypse. The match showcases the unique gimmicks of both teams, with the Truth Commission’s military theme and the Disciples of Apocalypse’s gang-inspired persona. However, despite the interesting characters, the match falls flat with a series of lackluster eliminations and repetitive moves that fail to engage the audience.

And there you have it! The first two matches from Survivor Series 1997 set the stage for what would become a monumental event in wrestling history. While some moments shine, others leave much to be desired, making for an unpredictable and divisive night of action. Stay tuned for the next installment of our Survivor Series 1997 review!

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