Last year's event comes in second on the list, and ironically it also had the second most matches out of the three events with seven.
This is not done by the number of matches, but it sure seems to help when there is more to go off of when ranking the events.
We witnessed Sheamus defeat Christian in the opening match. This was a non-title match but it ended up being one of the better matches on the card.
The second match saw the two feuding Sin Caras go head to head with Sin Cara Azul getting the win over Sin Cara Negro, eventually turning him into Hunico.
These two are probably the only two who can make each other look as good as they did in this match.
Air Boom (Kofi Kingston and Evan Bourne) defeated Jack Swagger and Dolph Ziggler in an exciting tag title match. Had Swagger and Ziggler won, the two might have stayed a team longer than they did.
The IC title match saw Cody Rhodes go over John Morrison in what was a top contender for match of the night. Both men showed why WWE should be able to rely on mid-card guys for solid matches.
It still boggles the mind as to why John Morrison was never pushed farther up the ladder in WWE and Cody Rhodes is beginning to fall into that same position.
In one of the most pointless matches on the card, we saw Beth Phoenix defeat the now WWE-free Kelly Kelly in a short match.
The first Cell match between Randy Orton and Mark Henry had the World's Strongest Man defeat The Viper.
Henry really rose to the occasion during his title reign and hopefully when he returns, WWE puts him right back up there competing for the World title.
The main event of the evening saw Alberto Del Rio win the WWE title from John Cena in a triple-threat Cell match with CM Punk as the other challenger.
It is funny to think the WWE title match will have two of the same three people in it from last year for this year's event, so long as Cena is able to compete.
The reason this event ranked above the event from 2010 is because the matches on the card were simply more entertaining.
The main event was spectacular with all three men showcasing why WWE keeps them in the spotlight.
This was one PPV that was worth buying, even if it does not sound like it on paper.