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While The Shield were robbed of a spot on the card and looked weak overall because of this, the Wyatt Family members were part of a different type of blemish on the event's image.
The Ring of Fire match had a lot of positives going for it, but the ending was as lackluster as you could get.
Bray Wyatt himself did not look particularly impressive, requiring the need of his two henchmen to give him the victory.
On top of this, their post-match beating on Kane is a perfect example of not living up to high expectations.
With a gimmick of the ring being surrounded by fire, one would have assumed Kane's temporary exit from WWE would involve the flames to at least some capacity.
Instead, all that came about was a rather bland attack with the ring steps.
Although safety is a priority, the obviously fake maneuver was just far too straightforward to be taken seriously.
Showing on camera that the steps had a shape that allowed for Kane's head to fit in a big gap rather than be crushed between the steel went beyond any suspension of disbelief that fans are normally willing to play around with.
What could have and should have been a monstrous and really disturbing situation was simply laughable.