I like the slightly longer SD! results. Ryback destroying Khali is cool. Graves attacking Kidd sounds cool. Emma winning again is awesome, looking forward to the title match. Orton/Ziggler NO DQ will be good. Jericho winning is always good, and the tag main event sounds good too.
Rusev's debut was good. Barrett vs. Riley tension is cool, looking forward to seeing what you do with them. Glad The Usos beat 3MB haha. 3MB are funny, but I can't take them seriously as a proper tag team haha. Wyatt/Undertaker will be interesting. Ryder winning is ALWAYS good! WWWYKI. Batista vs. Brock is a feud I always wanted to see, so that's cool. Ziggler winning is good and the brawl afterwards was nice too. Great build up for Vengeance. Looking forward to the PPV.
Gonna do some more on this, for those interested. Here's quick Vengeance results.
Rusev defeated Xavier Woods on the pre show in a squash
Chris Jericho vs Ryback opened the show. It was a good back and forth match, until Ryback cheapshotted Jericho behind the referee's back, allowing him to nail Shellshock for the win, giving The Empire their first win of the night.
Evan Bourne vs Corey Graves was up next. Bourne put up a good fight, but his recently injured was his downfall. Graves locked in the Lucky 13 for the submission win. He mouthed that now maybe he has everyone's attention and will get his shot at Bourne's title.
Up next was the IC Title match between Alberto Del Rio and Dean Ambrose. Ambrose looked focus on winning the championship, before heading into his second match of the night as he would team with Roman Reigns to face 3MB for the tag championships. Ambrose was in control, and looked to be on his way to certain victory until Del Rio purposely got himself disqualified by kicking Ambrose below the belt. Del Rio would quickly exit the ring and take his title, as Ambrose looked on furious.
Bray Wyatt made his way out to the ring with The Wyatt Family behind him. He continuously called out The Undertaker. He said he does not fear Undertaker, because Undertaker is a mortal man. He likes to play like he is something from out of this world, but he isn't. Bray says the only man to fear is himself, and says that if Undertaker won't accept his challenge, he will make him beg for mercy.
AJ Lee defended the Divas Championship against Emma in a great match with many nearfalls. Emma nearly had the win by getting AJ in the Emma Lock, but AJ would escape. She would then make a comeback, nailing Emma with the shining wizard for the win, to retain the championship.
Randy Orton vs Dolph Ziggler was up next, in a no dq match. This match spilled out all over the arena. The two eventually fought back to ringside, where both would get busted open from various weapons. Orton nailed an RKO on the outside of the ring, and rolled Ziggler back in the ring, but Ziggler would give it his all to kick out of the pin. Orton looked on pissed, and went for his Punt, but Ziggler would evade it at the last second and nail a huge Zig Zag, but Orton would just kick out before the three. Ziggler set up for another one, but Orton countered with a low blow. As Ziggler laid on the mat, Orton grabbed a chair and patiently waited for Ziggler to reach his feet. Ziggler slowly staggered up, and Orton came at him with the chair, but Ziggler used the last of his energy to super kick the chair back into Orton's face. Ziggler then collapsed to the mat, barely draping his arm over Orton's chest for the win. Zack Ryder came down to help a bloodied and battered Ziggler to his feet and helped him to the back as the crowd cheered him on.
The next match was for the tag team championships, as Dean Ambrose & Roman Reigns faced 3MB. Ambrose was still showing the effects of the low blow from Del Rio earlier in the night, but didn't stop him from competing. The two teams went all out, and even Slater got involved, but ate a Superman Punch for his efforts. Ambrose and Reigns looked to be on their way to victory, with Reigns nailing a spear on Mahal, as Ambrose was the legal man and went to finish McIntyre with a Dirty Deeds, but he would get shoved off. Slater then ran in the ring with a tag title, but was stopped by the referee, meanwhile McIntyre was handed the other title from Mahal who blasted the distracted Ambrose in the back of the head with it and picked up the pinfall to retain. 3MB then quickly left the ring with the titles as Reigns came back in. Reigns and the referee checked on Ambrose, as he laid unconscious.
Up next was the showdown between Brock Lesnar and Batista. It was scheduled to be a match, but it never officially started as the two brawled in the entrance way as Lesnar was making his entrance. They fought around ringside, until entering the ring. Batista would get an upperhand after a spinebuster and went for the Batista Bomb, but Lesnar would fight out and get him up for the F5, only for Batista to escape, and roll out of the ring. Batista backed up the ramp as Lesnar yelled at him for being a coward. Triple H came out and whispered in Batista's ear as he smiled, and the two left through the entry way. Lesnar remained in the ring angry.
Up next was the main event, a steel cage match for the WWE Championship. Bryan and Sheamus made their entrances and then went to war inside the cage. Both of them tore into the other with stiff kicks and punches. Bryan would get busted open after being slammed into the cage, but it only fired him up. After seeing his blood he unleashed a barrage of kicks to Sheamus, before finishing with one huge one to his head. Bryan attempted to escape the cage, but Sheamus cut him off. Bryan kicked Sheamus off, sending him crashing back to the mat, as Triple H, Ryback, and Batista came out. They stood below Bryan not allowing him to escape. Sheamus used the opportunity to grab Bryan and pull him down and hit him with a huge white noise of the second rope. Triple H then laid out the referee guarding the door and took the key to unlock the chain holding the door shut. The three the entered and locked the door behind them, looking to beat Bryan down. Chris Jericho and Zack Ryder came running down, but were being held off from entering the cage by being knocked off when they tried climbing up the sides. As they fought to get in, the four men in the ring circled Bryan. As they were about to attack Brock Lesnar jumped the barricade from out of the crowd and proceeded to rip the door off the cage! Lesnar, Jericho, & Ryder all came in and a war ensued. Everyone was doing battle, with The Rebellion getting the upperhand. Brock, Jericho, & Ryder would toss Triple H, Ryback, & Batista from the cage and exit with them, fighting up the ramp. This left Sheamus and Bryan alone in the ring. Bryan would lay out Sheamus with a huge running knee before exiting the cage through the opening where the door was at. Sheamus laid in the ring as Bryan celebrated on the ramp with his backup and the crowd cheering them on. The final shot was of a bloodied Daniel Bryan holding the WWE Title high as Michael Cole claimed that we just saw the most chaotic cage match of all time.