Instead of a video with a black backdrop, we actually get Alexander Rusev on SmackDown, but it was still just a promo.
His handler came out and did her thing, and then Rusev, while standing on a platform, did his usual thing. It was all pretty boring, but I can't help but be excited about this guy.
He is going to bring a very physical style to the WWE roster that nobody else has at the moment; it will make for some good, original feuds.
The grade for this won't be high because it was a boring segment, but I am really looking forward to his main-roster debut.
The Shield had a segment backstage where Seth Rollins had to break up another argument between Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose.
Reigns was upset about Ambrose costing him the match against Bray Wyatt on Raw, but Rollins managed to rally them together and turn their focus back on their enemies—The Wyatt family.
This was a good segment because everyone was believable in their roles. Ambrose is always so convincing, but Reigns and Rollins were equally entertaining.
I only hope that the eventual breakup doesn't center solely around Reigns and Ambrose, leaving Seth Rollins with nothing to do.
The Wyatt Family came out, and Bray gave another one of his creepy, but entertaining, promos. Just as he was wrapping things up, The Shield came out through the crowd.
They stood on the apron and had a staring contest with The Wyatts before Triple H came out and told them to stand down until their rematch on Raw.
Luke Harper and Erick Rowan left the ring, but Wyatt stayed on the apron and mocked The Shield. The Shield came in the ring, and Wyatt returned to have a standoff. Rollins and Ambrose dove through the ropes and took out Harper and Rowan and then immediately got back in the ring and stood by Reigns.
The Wyatts backed off, and the segment was over. This was very effective in hyping their rematch. They stole the show at Elimination Chamber, and they can do it again on Raw.