This was another surprise addition to the card, and it, too, received a good amount of time - probably more than it needed. The four men involved worked a solid, competent match, but it didn't really keep me interested for its duration. Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara picked up the win, which means they will likely be in line for a Tag Team Championship shot in the near future. I still like the team of Sin Cara and Mysterio, as they make a good veteran-newcomer pair, but I'd still prefer to see Rhodes Scholars win the titles next.

Winner: Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio

World Heavyweight Championship

Sheamus (c) vs. Big Show

In the first real surprise of the night, Big Show proved his WMD to be deadlier than Sheamus' Brogue Kick, as the World Heavyweight Championship changed hands. The match started out slow, but it really picked up and delivered as it went on. The final 8-10 minutes of the match were really good, as Sheamus proved himself a fighter, but Big Show emerged victorious in the end. Sheamus managed to hit White Noise on the Big Show, which is more of an accomplishment in my book than John Cena hitting the Attitude Adjustment on the giant. Both men kicked out of the other's signature finisher, and despite losing the title, Sheamus continues to look strong. His reign is still in the record books, and he's greatly improved since his first run with the belt. I'm not too excited for another Big Show world title reign, but we'll see where it goes before passing judgment. The fact that Dolph Ziggler didn't even tease cashing in the briefcase after the match also came as a surprise. 

Winner: Big Show

Divas Championship

Eve (c) vs. Layla vs. Kaitlyn

These three women did what they could to produce a good match, and I think they delivered. Women's matches as of late have improved, and this was no different. They worked a basic match and told a simple story. In the end, Eve capitalized on an opportunity and stole a win. The drama between these three will certainly continue, and if they continue providing quality matches, that's OK with me. 

Winner: Eve

WWE Championship

Hell in a Cell

CM Punk (c) vs. Ryback

People have spent the past week contemplating how WWE could possibly end this match without ruining either Ryback's momentum or Punk's reign. No one guessed that referee Brad Maddox would interfere and cost Ryback the match. On this week's From the Rafters Radio, we talked about the controversial ref angle with Maddox going nowhere, but it now appears WWE had a plan. Ryback dominated the match with his signature offense, while the champion tried to use his ingenuity to gain an advantage. When Ryback set up for Shell Shock, Maddox low-blowed him and put Punk on top for a quick count. After the match, the outside referee couldn't get the cell unlocked, and Ryback destroyed the referee and went after Punk. The two climbed the outside of the cell, and Ryback hit his finisher on top of the structure, which was insane. I was waiting for Punk to fall through to the ring below. This wasn't a great wrestling match by any means, but it was certainly entertaining. This was probably the best solution WWE could have hoped for.

Winner: CM Punk

My Take: Going into the pay-per-view, my excitement was relatively minimal. I didn't expect much from this show, but it completely blew away all my expectations. Every match on the show delivered in the ring. WWE paced the show extremely well and each match had time to become something good. There wasn't a bad match on this show, and the booking all made sense as well. I really can't say enough good things about this show. I'm very glad I decided to watch this show, as it was a sleeper candidate for WWE pay-per-view of the year.

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