The Shield vs. Randy Orton/Sheamus/Big Show
The show opened with a six-man tag team match featuring Randy Orton, Sheamus and The Big Show taking on The Shield.
The Shield got the win, as it should have, but instead of a heel turn by Randy Orton, Big Show laid out both of his partners with his big right hand.
Mark Henry vs. Ryback
This was probably the biggest surprise of the night in terms of booking.
The match wasn't all that great, and Henry pulled the upset when Ryback tried to pick the World's Strongest Man up for his Shell Shocked finisher only to have the 412-pound Superstar fall on him, leading to the pin.
Team Hell No vs. Dolph Ziggler/Big E Langston
It seemed like a good time for a title change, but Team Hell No continues to reign supreme. Langston didn't do anything to impress for being in his very first match.
Fandango vs. Chris Jericho
It was obvious Fandango was being given a huge opportunity to face one of the best ever and he took advantage, defeating Jericho with a clever pin. Still, the match could have been a lot better.
Jack Swagger vs. Alberto Del Rio
No entrance for Swagger? That was among the worst decisions of the night. Del Rio retained the World title with the cross armbreaker, but the match lasted just over 10 minutes.
The Undertaker vs. CM Punk
This was easily the best match of the night. The match featured several false finishes and Punk came very close to putting the first blemish on the legendary streak.
In the end, Undertaker goes to 21-0 and looked very good in the process.
Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H
This was the booking decision that WWE made a mistake on.
Yes, it makes sense for Triple H to get revenge after being defeated by Lesnar at SummerSlam, but if Lesnar is to stay with the company and face its top stars, he can't be 1-2 since returning.
John Cena vs. The Rock
The match that was billed as "once in a lifetime" at WrestleMania 28 took place for a second time, and this time with a new winner.
John Cena became a 13-time Heavyweight champion on Sunday when he defeated The Rock.
The card wasn't all that impressive on paper and the in-ring work didn't make up for it.
The Undertaker and Punk put on an excellent match, but the match between Lesnar and Triple H seemed to be too drawn out and the main event came across as very sloppy.
If the WWE is relying on guys like Fandango and Langston for the future of the company, hopefully they'll have much better performances than they did at WrestleMania.