I enjoyed Survivor Series 2010. Some things didn’t go the way I would have liked, but I still found it to be an enjoyable show. Daniel Bryan vs. Ted Dibiase was a solid opener. Bryan is typically going to give you a good match when he’s out there and it was nice to see Dibiase in the US title picture. The problem I have here was a lack of build. Dibiase attacked Bryan six days prior to the ppv and here he was getting the title shot. Even if there wasn’t going to be a more creative way to build the match it should have at least been done sooner. Make me look forward to seeing the match instead of just throwing it at me a week before the ppv. Good match despite the poor build. I really liked the Morrison vs. Sheamus match. I thought it was very solid. Even though I liked the match I would have preferred a traditional elimination match. These two could have captained a team against each other. There were plenty of choices for each team that would have made sense. Then they could have had their singles match at the next ppv. So while the booking didn’t go the way I wanted I did enjoy the match. Kaval vs. Ziggler: see Bryan vs. Dibiase. Only one traditional match was disappointing but at least it was a good one. I would have bet money that Masters and Reks would have been eliminated within the first three minutes. Sometimes guys look bad getting eliminated so quickly and it hurts the match. I’m glad they didn’t go that route. Everyone got a respectable amount of time and I think everyone looked good. I was disappointed to see Del Rio go out so quickly. I would have liked to either see him survive or pull a Honky Tonk Man and run out when he was outnumbered. That’s nitpicking though. Good match. I really should go into a divas match with an open mind but typically I don’t care too much. Nothing really stood out here except the surprise return of Beth Phoenix. I have to admit I wasn’t paying close attention to Kane vs. Edge. I wanted to check how my fantasy football team was doing. I guess that tells me these guys failed to draw me in. I just couldn’t get into this feud. I don’t mind the finish too much. It just sets up the next ppv for a stipulation. I just find it funny when a ref counts a double pin. I would just assume not count in a situation like that. The tag titles served its purpose. It was filler before the main event and got the other members of Nexus a chance to shine. I’m sure wrestling Triple H for the title two years ago at Survivor Series to teaming with Santino is not exactly the direction Kozlov wanted to go, but it beats being wished well in future endeavors. I wasn’t really into the main event. I have no complaints about the build or the stipulation. The match itself seemed lackluster. I know this whole thing was about Cena, but it would have been nice if he wasn’t the main focus for the entire match. Barrett and Orton were just going for lame covers to see what Cena would do. Because of that it didn’t have the flow of a normal match. Cena’s counts should have been focused on early and late. The middle should have been more of a normal match. Overall it was an enjoyable show. I’m glad they decided to keep Survivor Series. It’s too bad Taker wasn’t able to appear at his 20th anniversary show but what can you do?