So, here's my take on some of the actual stuff.
Dolph Ziggler was pinned. Erick Rowan was NOT pinned, plus he did not not get a beatdown by Seth Rollins, J&J Security, and the Local Men (Who) Ruin Everything afterwords due to "RKO Outta Nowhere". To me, Rowan not being the guy who lost the match was much worse than Ziggler being the guy who was pinned.
Dean Ambrose, once again, loses a match through stupid fashion. So much for the Intercontinental Championship getting prestiege, as well as Ambrose getting that picture he wanted on the wall. Seriously, this was the motivation they gave him to say on television.
Cesaro, the guy too Swiss to push, actually wins a belt, but a slip-up indicates that he and Tyson Kidd retained the tag belts.
John Cena loses to Rusev, but he "passes out" instead of tapping. Cena vs. Rusev II will be at WrestleMania where Cena shall get his win back.
Roman Reigns beats Daniel Bryan clean to go to WrestleMania, leaving Bryan with possibly only one option; working a match with the most horrific abomination in the WWE right now this side of the New Day; babyface Sheamus.
I didn't have any issues with them deciding to put Reigns over, but it makes you wonder why they even bothered to have the match in the first place, as from a storyline perspective, you didn't have any "controversy" because Bryan was eliminated, while Reigns won.
Oh, and some dude in face paint showed up with a baseball bat.
So, we are back to Lesnar vs. Reigns as the likely outcome for WrestleMania. Thank God for NJPW and AJ Styles being the champ over there right now. Well, that, and TNA still being an absolute shithole to make fun of.