While WWE Survivor Series didn't exactly end up appealing to everyone, but the men's traditional Survivor Series elimination match main event certainly provided fans with some amazing teams and interesting matchups.
In the end, Team Raw of Kurt Angle, Braun Strowman, Finn Bálor, Samoa Joe, and Triple H defeated Team SmackDown of Shane McMahon, Randy Orton, Bobby Roode, Shinsuke Nakamura, and John Cena, with The Game and The Monster Among Men being the sole survivors.
However, there was a special moment that took place between Triple H and Balor before the match began that caught a lot of fans' attention.
As Team Raw was waiting in the middle of the ring for Team SmackDown to arrive, The Game was going around the ring greeting all of his teammates since he was the last one of them to arrive at the ring.
As Triple H approached The Demon King, he threw up the 'Too Sweet' gesture, which was reciprocated by the inaugural Universal Champion. This sent WWE fans on Twitter into crazy mode, as they did not expect this to happen.
This isn't the only time Triple H has tried to receive a 'Too Sweet' from Balor, as he tried to 'Too Sweet' Balor at a live event in the weeks before WrestleMania 33, but he was rejected by The Demon King. This time around though, he was more successful.
Team Raw prevailed over Team SmackDown 4-3 at Survivor Series after the Raw men's team defeated the SmackDown men's team in the main event of the show.
Angle had Shane in an Angle Lock in the middle of the ring in hope of getting a submission win, but then The Game entered the ring and Pedigreed The Olympic Hero. He then pulled Shane-O-Mac on top of the Raw general manager for the pin elimination.
Shortly after, Triple H then Pedigreed the SmackDown Live commissioner as well and pinned him to give Team Raw the win in the match and overall on the night, leaving Strowman befuddled by what had unfolded in the ring. Strowman then pushed HHH into the corner of the ring and said if he ever crossed him again, he would regret it.
As soon as The Monster Among Men turned his back, The Game attempted to give a Pedigree to him, but Strowman countered this and delivered two Running Powerslams on The Game in the middle of the ring to close the show.