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Although the match was certainly not awful, the problem with this segment is that it put a dent in the SummerSlam card.
Sometimes, WWE has the tendency to book matches on the episodes of Raw leading up to a pay-per-view that are essentially supposed to be on the event itself, killing a lot of the point in buying the pay-per-view.
In this case, the more interaction that Mark Henry has with The Shield, the less interesting it will be when WWE announces that he will face them in some sort of match at SummerSlam.
On top of this, the inclusion of The Usos means either we will see a complete repeat of this match—wherein, why would anyone want to pay to see something they've already seen?—or Jimmy and Jey will not be on the card.
All of that work was put into building The Usos up just for one pay-per-view title match and subsequent jobbing to The Shield, despite the increase in pops the duo has been receiving?
A singles match between two out of the six men here could have included everyone in the segment and not blown it all in one shot.