Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan's violent masterpiece was the star of WWE's best offerings worth savoring this week.
The company couldn't produce the Superstar fans were chanting for, but it did deliver tension-escalating performances from The Shield and The Wyatt Family. Dolph Ziggler and Titus O'Neil flourished as well.
The week's worst matches include a tepid steel-cage affair and a bout on Main Event WWE would surely like to forget.
Emma's debut was somewhere in the middle. It was a welcome sight to see her in a WWE ring and introducing her by way of dance-off makes sense as her gimmick is dance-centric. It's just disappointing that she didn't begin this phase of her career with an actual wrestling match.
From SmackDown to Main Event, WWE's highs and lows this week were a mix of disappointments and memorable collisions.