If I could be honest for a second, last nights PPV was the first time I actually missed a PPV since WrestleMania and even though I may have missed it I still do have thoughts on somethings that happened at the event last night. First things first I will say that even though I don't totally agree with how the double title defense went hopefully this means they do have someone who will beat Cena and be made into a star like they should have did it the first time. But I will not say anything about Cena being US Champion, because honestly I don't really believe its a bad thing.
Charlotte vs Nikki Bella: though this match may not have been as good as the match they had on Raw, did it really need to be. Either way it has happened the future has officially arrived on the Main Roster and the new era for the WWE is about to being. Now is when the "Revolution" on the main roster should begin and get in full swing, because the past still isn't in control of the gold and the future is now in control.
Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar Hell in a Cell Match Announcement: Bombshell!!!! That is by far the only word I can use to describe this announcement that was made. To think that the Undertaker and Brock Lesnar will not only compete against each other again, but this time inside Hell in a Cell is Freaking Incredible!!!
Kane Returns: This my friends has been a long time coming, Kane got a transformation and it worked for a time it did. However, the transformation became outdated and the was right for Kane to return to who he used to be, and the monster he once was. If I had to guess Kane will get his chance one more time to feud for the World Title and even better it will be against Seth Rollins. The feud will right itself I mean it's been building for almost over a year and I also tend to believe the clock for Kane is winding down and this could be his last run. I don't know though we will have to wait and see what happens with that.
Final Thoughts: Overall it seems as though this PPV was a very solid show and was a lot more put together then the last one. Outside of the two top matches on the last show it seemed like a building block show and this seemed different. I think the outcome of every match benefited the participants involved and allows for certain feuds to continue past tonight and others to move past tonight seeking new directions. The feuds the I believe benefitted most tonight by winning were:
New Day vs Dudley Boys & Wyatt Family over Ambrose, Reigns, and Jericho
Those seeking a new direction the ones I am most excited about because of the idea the behold us:
Kane vs Seth Rollins for the World Title and John Cena once again US Champion