If you've ever been to a live event you know that if your sitting in a 'good section' the entire card is much more exciting. Chants, boos, shouts of "2!" can change the entire experience of being at a live show.
But if your in an area where people are sitting, talking to one another, getting up to go get snacks, or texting friends commenting on the match, you've seen how that lackluster attitude can make what should be a good match seem very boring.
There were times during this match where you wondered if the crowd got up and left. The background noise seemed to be more of subway chatter rather than the roar of a live sporting events crowd.
No wrestling match should have that effect on the crowd, each superstar should be putting on a show to the point of having every fan on the edge of their seat.
This match didn't have that. There are no stand out spots or moments where today we will recall and say, "did you see that part in the Orton match where blah blah blah happened".
The previous match of The Miz vs. Morrison vs. Bryan got more of a reaction from the crowd because they actually did have spots you could call back to, where this match had none.
This match for all purposes didn't even need to be in the cage, the cage as I stated in the previous slide had little to no bearing on the match and because of this you lost the crowd's attention, thus making the match seem far more lackluster.