One man looked gorgeous. The other didnt look to bad himself, and had on some Motley Crue inspired ring gear on, to boot.
Tyler Breeze made his pay-per-view (PPV) debut against Dolph Ziggler at Survivor Series tonight, hitting a big moment in their story which started on SmackDown shortly after Hell in a Cell. It was born out of the remnants of his DZ's last angle, and includes the NXT call-up's associate Summer Rae as a throughline to the feud with Rusev and Lana that ran over the last several months of WWE programming.
After the veteran started strong, Prince Pretty used Summer as a shield to heel his way to an advantage. He'd hold that until he got caught with a Superkick from the Show-Off while trying for a top rope maneuver. A series of attempted finishers and counters followed, until Breeze managed to hit an Unprettier for a clean win over the hero of last year's Survivor Series.