Finally, David beat Goliath.
In what can only be defined as a disturbing main event, John Cena showed heart, determination and grit we have not seen in some time.
And like Michael Cole, just said, he is still the face of the WWE as he rose to the occasion again.
Cena beat Brock Lesnar in a "fair" main event which resulted in blood, poor execution and frankly, discomfort (in my eyes as I watched it). This event may have been as close to an "Attitude Era" match that we have seen because of the way Brock Lesner tried to run through the WWE's meal ticket.
And it looks like Cena is injured and will be out of action for some time.
The event itself was not the greatest and could have been better, in my opinion. But then again, we had WrestleMania to judge it by. In the end, the world titles remained in the same camps while we have a new Intercontinental Champion who was a former winner.
We also have a new Divas Champion and the emergence of Layla again.
What happens now, with Brock Lesnar still a force and "face" of the WWE and Cena possibly going in the disabled list, is anyone guess.
I did not like this PPV (I said it may be one of the worst) and while we all have our opinions, like it or not, here is what we learned from the event.