Survivor Series is a Pay Per View that has been around for an incredibly long time. It was one of WWE’s first Pay Per Views to be established after WrestleMania, and has a storied history all its own. In fact, the first Survivor Series was established to compete with WCW’s Starrcade Pay Per View, which was their version of WrestleMania, and should give you an idea of how important Survivor Series used to be. While it has fallen off over the years, with only token gestures towards the traditional elimination matches that were originally the centerpiece of the show, it still a large place of importance in WWE history. Most notable is the number of Superstars who have had their debut at Survivor Series, many of whom would go on to become some of WWE’s biggest stars. Don’t believe us? Well, that’s why we made a list.
10. The Gobbledy Gooker
Hey, nowhere in the dictionary does it say that “memorable” must also mean “good”. For weeks, WWE trotted out this giant egg as part of the promotion for Survivor Series 1990, implying that a big surprise would be emerging from it at the Pay Per View. The common belief was that it would be a debuting wrestler, and while that turned out to be correct, it’s fairly certain that nobody predicted exactly what we got: a wrestler dressed up like a giant cartoon turkey, dancing to “Turkey in the Straw” with Gene Okerlund. Although, given what we’ve learned about Vince McMahon’s sense of humor over the years, perhaps we should have. In any event, the Gooker was extremely poorly received and quickly disappeared, but fortunately, there was still another debut at this particular Survivor Series that had a little more staying power. Don’t worry, we’ll get to him.http://www.cagesideseats.com/2014/11/27/7294235/hi-my-name-is-the-gobbledy-gooker Source: cagesideseats.com