I was honestly afraid that the match and the overall feud between John Cena and Kane was going to end in the typical Cena match.
You know, when Cena gets whooped across the ring, then comes back in the final two to five minutes of the match, does the Five-Knuckle Shuffle, delivers an Attitude Adjustment and either gets the pin or submits or his opponent to the STF.
Surprisingly, that didn't happen in this match. And that's a good thing.
Even more surprising, Kane dominated throughout the entire match and didn't let up. Cena was hit with a bunch of throat thrusts and side slams; he even countered the Five-Knuckle Shuffle, which I don't think anyone had ever done (at least not in recent memory).
But it didn't end there. The match ended in a double countout, but Kane still hurt Cena backstage.
The Big Red Machine then had his eyes set on Zack Ryder, who was forced to sit in a wheelchair due to his injuries. Kane delivered Ryder to the ring and tombstone piledrived him in the center of the ring. Cena came out and tried to deliver an Attitude Adjustment, but Kane countered and chokeslammed as a result.
I'm glad to see that this feud will continue. Kane's reinvention still appears very strong, while Cena slowly begins to "embrace the hate" as his big match with The Rock at Wrestlemania gets closer.