This event was filled with questionable calls by referees. If this was a UFC event or something non-scripted, referees across the board would be chewed out for this performance.
The Ziggler/Kingston match ended with a weird lull as we all tried to figure out if the referee would give the belt to Dolph or if he was calling some bogus reversal. Yes, Dolph did put his foot on the ropes, which should call for a rope break, but the call never happened and life goes on, especially when I don't think the use of the rope was scripted for the ending.
The ending for Orton/Christian, however, was actually controversial. At first, I thought that Christian's foot caused a rope break that never was and that it was accidentally in that spot. Commentators did not talk about it at first and it even took Christian a minute to argue about it.
In the end, it isn't a "judgment call," but rather a lazy way to keep Christian in the title hunt still and keep him out of the Money in the Bank ladder matches for next month.
Michael Cole also had a point about the water poured on R-Truth. If that was a regular fan, the fan is escorted. Instead, it plays into the story being told. If the little kid was an actual superstar or Diva, his actions would be enough for a DQ and an R-Truth victory without the title changing hands.
Don't be surprised to see the referee work in any of these three matches this week that lead to rematches down the line.