The featured match of this weeks show was Seth Rollins facing off against Dolph Ziggler. Rollins and Triple H opened the show, as the latter first continued his talking about Daniel Bryan before introducing his new ally. Rollins came out and delivered a much better promo than he did on Monday, but unjustly received a boring chant for it. The duo were interrupted by Dolph who, like SmackDown last week, cut a great promo to call out Rollins on his betrayal. The crowd were completely in Dolph’s hands, and if WWE – and Triple H – can’t see that there is still time to push him to the hills then there is no excuse. Their main event match was again a great contest, admirable considering how foregone the conclusion was in favour of Rollins again.
Jimmy Uso managed to score what was arguably an upset victory over Luke Harper, although both seem to be chosen man from their respective teams. Either way, the green Rowan is usually the one to take a loss for the team, so this came as a bit of a surprise. But a good one for showing the strength of the champions, something that is definitely necessary in the current landscape that sees champions endlessly lose non-title matches to set up new contenders.
Rusev captured another victory over Kofi Kingston, continuing his trend of defeating the exact same men repeatedly.