Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker battle to put to end their long feud. While Seth Rollins looks to put his demons to bed in the form of Demon Kane as they fight over the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
WWE Title: Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker, World Heavyweight Title: Triple H vs. Rob Van Dam, WWE Intercontinental Title: Chris Jericho vs. Ric Flair, WWE Women's Title: Molly Holly vs. ... See full summary »
WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins makes his first title defense against Randy Orton in a Steel Cage Match. How will both Superstars fare when "The Demon" Kane stands guard outside... See full summary »
World Heavyweight Title (2 out of 3 Falls Match, first fall Street Fight, second fall Cage Match & third fall if neccesarry Ladder Match): Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H, WWE Title: The Big ... See full summary »
On the bad side however was ANOTHER Hardy vs Hardy match. They had a fantastic extreme rules match at Wrestlemania XXV which should have ended the feud. This "I quit" match was just plain weak. effectively a wrestling match with barely any use of anything extreme and a weak ending. A poor way to end the feud.
The other down point was yet another time filler match between Kane and CM Punk. Weak story, if any, and a weak match.
However there was yet another fantastic display (age considering) for Ricky the Dragon Steamboat in his match against Jericho (who was also very good) The 3 Championship matches were actually highly entertaining. ECW match was good apart from Jack Swagger making a ring post incident look a bit shoddy by chickening out a touch. The WWE championship was actually entertaining with a good return for Batista and the ending of the World Heavyweight championship match was a very good end to a quality match. The Santina vs Beth match/incident was a good laugh too.
All in all it was clear that not enough effort went into the whole card but some solid matches made for an overall bog standard WWE PPV.
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