The main event of tonight's (Sun., Nov. 24, 2013) WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view (PPV) at the TD Garden Arena in Boston, Massachusetts, featured Randy Orton defending his WWE championship against Big Show in a match that was built on rumors of a big swerve.
There wasn't one.
Actually, there was, but maybe not in the way you would think. Instead, The Authority opened the evening by promising there would be no physical interference in any match tonight but especially in the main event.
And there wasn't. Just audio interference.
Indeed, the finish of the match saw Triple H's "King of Kings" theme hit the loudspeakers, distracting Show long enough for Orton to recover from a KO punch to hit an RKO and a follow up punt to get the pinfall and retain his title.
Just like that.
What was interesting wasn't the match but the angle that came after it. While Orton was celebrating, John Cena came down to the ring with his world heavyweight championship and the two champs essentially compared belts, arguing they each had the better title.
Unification on the horizon? Let the speculation begin.
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