The thanksgiving tradition of the Survivor Series 8 or 10 man elimination tag matches has been around for almost 30 years. We, as fans, still salivate at the prospect of getting one or more of these matches and love speculating on potential teams, who the sole survivors are going to be and everything in-between.
Since 1987, the four versus four or the five versus five team encounters have been, with few exceptions, regular fixtures at Survivor Series and have, at times, dominated the pay-per-view. Storylines would form out of the contests and feuds would often be furthered via the various twists and turns that can happen in one of these exciting old school outings.
For the purposes of this article, I'm going to focus on those individuals that have failed in their task to be on a successful Survivor Series team. Some of these are headliners, Hall of Famers and certifiable legends, yet they have all failed in this respect and, in hindsight, were terrible teammates.
While they may have made a big impact on the business, their Survivor Series indiscretions should not be swept under the carpet and, instead, they should be named and shamed for their subpar (if not wholly poor) performances. and letting the rest of the troops down.
Future Survivor Series elimination match participants can use this as a guide of what NOT to do in order to survive at one of WWE's most important historical events.