Heyman comes out to join the Miz, who is way out of his league here. Can you imagine Roddy Piper being blown off the set of Piper's Pit like this? They are trying hard to find a role for the Miz, but he may not have what it takes to be a legitimate star in this sport.
The segment is going nowhere fast when Vickie Guerrero comes out and screeches at the top of her lungs. She reveals that she, and not Heyman, brought Brock back. She did it to impress Vince, but I don't think that it's going to end up being one of the boss's favorite moments.
The Miz insults Vickie and Heyman, fearless in his physical superiority. Too bad for him Brock Lesnar comes out to the ring to more than even the odds. For some reason, Miz shoves him. That wasn't one of the 10 smartest things he could have done. I would have led with apologizing on my knees.
Of course, it's BROCK SMASH time after that. Lesnar does Mark Henry one better, not just destroying Miz, but tossing the set's furniture out of the ring on top of him.
Key Quote: "Stop, stop, stop. Please stop now Mr. Mizanin. Don't say another word." —Paul Heyman.
"You actually think that we are going to believe that you care what happened to Vince McMahon?" —Miz.
"I did not know that Brock Lesnar was in Las Vegas. I did not know that Brock Lesnar was going to attack Mr. McMahon. I did not order Brock Lesnar to attack Mr. McMahon...I tried to stop Brock Lesnar. I tried to back Brock Lesnar down." —Paul Heyman.
"Re-signing Brock was a chance for me to impress Mr. McMahon." Vickie Guerrero. I think that isn't going to work out that way when Vinny Mac gets back.
"Really? Really? Really? Really? You two are lying through your teeth." —Miz on Heyman and Vickie.
"That man is a merciless assassin." —Michael Cole on Brock Lesnar.
Grade: B. As much as I loved the end, it doesn't make up for the horror show that preceded it. That was "F" level work before Lesnar came out and saved it. This night may not be remembered for much, but to me, it will always be immortalized as the evening Brock Lesnar threw a coach out of the ring. That is a thing that really happened. You've got to love wrestling.