The Uso's vs. The Shield end in No Contest. Cody and Goldust are on commentary. The match was very solid. I felt like Jimmy and Jey actually made the pace of the match and it was up to Reigns and Rollins to keep up. The energy in the match started fast and would slow down at the appropriate times. With a headlock onto Jey Uso, Reigns was able to power down his opponents. Jimmy was able to hit an enziguiri and tag his brother in for a big splash. Jey pops up after being taken down by Roman Reigns and kicks him in the face, then he heads up top but Reigns gets his knees up and blocks it. On the outside, Ambrose taunts the champions. They all end up brawling as the ref calls for the bell and chaos ensues. The Shield finally steps back and the champions are in the ring with Jimmy and Jey Uso. I liked the involvement of all three teams, especially since that is the match we are going to get at Hell in a Cell. I do not expect new champions. It is way too early and would make NO SENSE.
-Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon are in the ring for the contract signing for WWE Hell in a Cell. They cut promos on one another and Bryan focuses his attention to Triple H. He basically challenges H to come out and fight him, but The Game says he only fights stars. Plain and simple, Triple H humbles Bryan because they need to have a match. Doesn't it seem like Orton is a small piece in this feud? At the end of the night, Big Show comes out in a truck and distracts Orton, Triple H and Stephanie. Daniel Bryan hits a running knee to Orton and chants "Yes!" with Big Show.
For the second straight month, why is WWE giving the final slot to a guy who does not have a match? Why is Daniel Bryan's spotlight being taken over by Big Show? I like this rebel character for Show but it does not need to be done at the expense of Daniel Bryan. I really wonder what the payoff will be. Show vs. Triple H? If so, there has to be a BIG stipulation or revelation.