WWE Survivor Series returned with a bang on Sunday November 20, 2016, at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was the second co-branded pay per view event since the Brand Extension that took place in July. That being said, WWE knew they had to improve on the somewhat mediocre outcome of their first co-branded pay per view, Summerslam, and the WWE Universe expected something big. WWE did not disappoint. What unfolded in Toronto was not as got as what we got the night before at NXT Takeover in terms of quality, but in terms of shock and awe, it certainly lived up to and exceeded all expectations. WWE took a route that no-one could have ever predicted, and provided us with a moment that will live in the memory for years to come.
The evolution of sport journalism so far has culminated with the monumental rise of social media. Facebook, Twitter, blogs. All of these social media’s and so many more have somewhat given some journalistic powers to the public, in the form of a citizen journalist. Now, 200 characters and a Tweet button later, anybody with Internet access can post, share, like or give opinions of anything, and this includes sport.
League 1 strugglers Colchester United were outclassed by Premier League high flyers Tottenham Hotspur, crashing to a 4-1 defeat in the FA Cup fourth round at the Weston Homes Community Stadium.
Nacer Chadli scored twice either side of Eric Dier’s deflected effort, with Tom Carroll adding the icing on the cake with eight minutes to go. Ben Davies’ own goal from Gavin Massey’s shot was a consolation, but that’s all it turned out to be as Spurs eased into the fifth round.