Well, I’m just going to get this review out of the way. I honestly don’t have much to say about this show because it’s exactly what I expected it to be – a two match show.

The opening match was the 5 on 5 Elimination Tag Team Match between the Shield and the Real Americans against the Rhodes, the Usos, and Rey Mysterio. This was a really good match – I wouldn’t call it great, but it was easily the best or second best match of the night. I was a little annoyed that Ambrose was eliminated immediately, and even more annoyed when the Real Americans were out before anyone from the faces’ team was eliminated, because I had no trust in them to do what they did – that being making Reigns look like a beast. Reigns took out an Uso and Cody, before Rollins took out the other Uso. Goldust or Rey eliminated Rollins, and Reigns takes the other two out single-handedly. Again, it wasn’t the best match in the world, but it was booked great. #BELIEVEINTHESHIELD

Rating: ***

Next, Big E. Langston retained the WWE Intercontinental Championship against Curtis Axel in a boring match, and that was that.

Rating: *

The 7 on 7 Divas Match was what it was. I’m just happy that it’s Natalya that got the win over A.J. That’s the only solace we can take.

Rating: *

Ryback had an open challenge to which Mark Henry accepted, and he won in another boring match. I’ve got nothing to say about almost all of tonight’s matches, sorry.

Rating: DUD

John Cena retained Dolph Ziggler’s World Heavyweight Championship against Alberto Del Rio in basically the same match from Hell in a Cell, and they definitely did the same exact finish. Nothing else to say, yet again.

Rating: *1/2

Finally, in the only other match worth watching, C.M. Punk and Daniel Bryan defeated the Wyatt Family in a good match. Personally I would’ve had the Wyatts win, but I’m never going to complain about C.M. Punk winning a match. Unfortunately I still don’t have much to say, though.

Rating: ***

And finally, Randy Orton retained C.M. Punk’s and Daniel Bryan’s WWE Championship against the Big Show in a boring match after Triple H created a distraction for Orton to hit an RKO and a punt for the win. Hopefully there will be no rematches.

Rating: *1/2

After the match, John Cena came out and he and Orton both held up their titles. Joy. Because we totally want another Orton/Cena feud – but if it leads to a title unification match at TLC, and not anytime around WrestleMania, I’ll deal with it, because they NEED to unify the titles desperately.

Overall, it was a two match show, but the rest was trash.

Overall Rating: *1/2

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