Well, here's a quick recap I have on the stuff and my opinion.
Tag Team Match: As long as New Day didn't win, it was cool. Sucks for Jey Uso because he's already "the other Uso" as far as the WWE goes because the focus has been 95% Jimmy and 5% Jey over the past couple of months.
Battle Royale: Um... don't expect much from Hideo Itami since they didn't make him a big deal. And, Local Men ruin everything*.
Ladder Match: Good match, although some spots were unnecessary.
Randy Orton vs. Seth Rollins: Good match, as expected.
Triple H vs. Sting: Weird entrances for both of them, with Triple H taking the cake. Good match, complete with an insane DX run-in... followed by a nWo run-in! But, uh... no more point of Sting being involved because Sting lost.
Undertaker vs. Bray Wyatt: The match was okay, and Wyatt was actually the guy who controlled the match. Undertaker comes out looking more like his Big Evil persona (short hair and leather pants). Undertaker wins, but I think Wyatt should have won since they built Wyatt for nearly a year and this was the ultimate payoff.
John Cena vs. Rusev: *sigh* Another heel whose credibility is over, with this one making me really sad because I hate Cena winning. And, they also wanna break up Rusev and Lana?! A face Lana would be horrendous! Sorry, even if you see the ending coming, that doesn't mean you are not allowed to complain about it. But... at least Rusev had an awesome appearance with a tank. A TANK!!!
Seth Rollins vs. Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns: Y'know, I was expecting Reigns to win as a big "fuck you" to everybody even with Lesnar coming back. And then Rollins tries to cash in, but Reigns overpowers him and beats him, too.
But, they didn't go that way. They decided to have Rollins win, which is a huge surprise to me because I was expecting what I just typed.
As for the match, that was a pretty good idea to have Lesnar beat the crap out of Reigns, but Reigns hangs on in spite of the excess abuse, and realizes that he's gonna need some help to even the odds. It's a far more believable version of the character than just a guy who believes he can walk over anything, considering that they had him actually lose to the Local Men. And then Rollins successfully gets a cash-in attempt.
So, with the shape of the company, Rollins is the heel champion, with Reigns being the potential top competitor (hopefully Lesnar remains part of it... maybe as a face turn
) . Sure beats Reigns being at the top, considering that they did a very poor job with preserving potential opponents for Reigns (Rusev and Wyatt both losing), which meant that it would be Reigns vs. Big Show as the main program.
But, no Sheamus that night, which is a good thing for me.
*Local Men is a term for Kane & Big Show used over at F.A.N..