Dear post-Extreme Rules Bleachers,
The event has passed and the landscape of WWE has drastically changed.
The forces of good apparently triumphed beyond expectations last night as America reveled in the apparent death of bin Laden (he doesn't deserve a first name), and John Cena once again stands tall as the WWE champion emerging victorious from his steel cage match against The Miz and John Morrison.
Christian pinched his first world title by defeating Alberto Del Rio in a ladder match and finally silenced critics claiming he would never be allowed to have his time.
Kharma finally appeared and gave Michelle McCool her due for all the terrible things she has done over the last few years to her fellow Divas.
Putting all that aside, there was one match I was really interested in seeing last night and the outcome, which I didn't enjoy, came as a shock to me.
Rey Mysterio defeated his nemesis, Cody Rhodes, and now heads for Monday nights to enchant us all with his presence there.
Since we are all asking why this was to be so, here is what I deducted from their encounter at Extreme Rules, 2011 edition.