Jim Ross has posted a new blog over at JRsBarBQ.com. Below are some highlights:
"The return of Daniel Bryan was both a shocker and a very pleasant development on the PPV. The much traveled and highly skilled veteran made an impact on his few weeks of TV time prior to his release from the company. The MMA aficionado showed definitive signs of brilliance during his in ring time at Summer Slam. A very strategic maneuver by WWE to bring Bryan back into the fold and I’m anxious to see how Bryan evolves."
"The return of the Undertaker was a boost to the PPV. The Undertaker is one of the few, long term, incumbent stars WWE has on its roster and whenever the ‘Deadman’ is on a show it is a plus in my eyes as it relates to legit, ‘star power.’"
"I enjoyed the tag which closed the show as predicted. I had no issue whatsoever with who won the bout as long as the contest itself was well executed and it was for my money. I’ve been around too long to get wrapped up in win/loss records but am a stickler for execution and the main event was well executed."