This finish was logical and necessary for multiple reasons. For one, CM Punk remains champion. He has been a terrific, versatile champion and this keeps him hot without a loss. John Cena doesn't lose either, especially on the first day of his campaign, sporting new merch to raise cancer awareness. This rivalry continues, and there was minimal Paul Heyman involvement, allowing for it to occur later if necessary. This is a finish designed to keep you wanting more, and that's the best-case scenario at the moment. On a side note, I was personally glued to Heyman and his every move. He is truly a mastermind with his expressions and reactions to what's happening in the ring, and as an invested stakeholder to the action.