I thought it was a great show. I'd probably give it a 7 or 8 out of 10. I'll try & give the most objective thoughts I can on it since I'm a big WWE fan.
Neville-Tozawa wasn't as good as some of Neville's Title defenses on 205 Live to be honest, but it was very good & Tozawa got over with the Dallas crowd.
Wyatt-Rollins exceeded my expectations & ended up being a decent match. I really liked Bray's cut offs of Seth's offense like when he hammered him in the back after Rollins did his twisted landing on his feet thing from the ropes. Rollins is terrible on offense so there were bad moments, but the match was worked fine. Bray winning is just a set up for him to lose later, but big deal cause I don't care about him. This is a match & feud I care nothing about with two guys I actively dislike 90% of the time so it was nice to get it out of the way.
Enzo-Cass had the right guy win & there were some impressive spots like the gorilla press slam to the floor, but I do have some criticisms. Enzo cutting a five minute promo only to get his ass beat with no hope spot seemed like a waste of time. I think he should have gotten at least one big hope spot before getting his ass beat for good. I also think this break-up will end up being a bad decision & hurt both guys careers. Enzo is pretty much screwed on his own & Cass isn't even as good in-ring as 99-02 Test.
Iron Man Tag Title I loved. There were slow parts, but I was pretty much engrossed the whole way through. The crowd got totally into the match & I did too. I thought they paced the match really well, had some great psychology with The Hardyz trying to make the comeback, & the final 10 minutes were incredibly dramatic. Fantastic match. I'm not sure I'd call it a MOTYC, but it's definitely a top 10 WWE match this year.
Bliss-Sasha is really good. Sasha bumped tremendously for Bliss & I liked Bliss targeting the back. The count-out finish is fine, but a bit questionable when considering they've done that finish a lot in title matches on PPV this year. The post-match is awesome & I'm looking forward to a continuation of their feud.
Miz-Ambrose is the least of their matches so far this year. It was kind of there for the first half, but picked up in the final stretch & had the crowd rocking. I'm tiring of this feud though & think it needs to end soon.
Roman-BRAUN Ambulance isn't quite as good as their Payback encounter, but still a really good brawl. I'm a huge fan of Reign's selling. His rib selling is top notch & BRAUN's no selling of the chairshots was amazing. The brawling on the stage ruled. Great finish. The post-match angle is over the top & straight out of the Attitude Era, but I've never hated that stuff as much as others. I find it ridiculous, but still very entertaining. Kurt Angle's reactions & facial expressions had me howling. I actually loved how they threw on Slater-Hawkins as an impromptu match with them acting like they weren't scheduled to wrestle. Reigns & BRAUN were also both protected very well in the end with BRAUN winning & looking like an unstoppable force. Reigns sort of lost on a fluke & got his revenge (which that's what it was) for BRAUN literally trying to murder him over the last few months. I enjoyed this.
Brock-Joe is good, but being overrated & underrated by most people. The first few minutes are awesome, but then Joe kept trying for the Coquina Clutch without even attempting a grapevine & I was getting pissed. He also had no believable false finish which I believe hurt the match. Brock winning with one F5 isn't a big deal & I'm all for protecting finishers & making them feel special again instead of a million kick outs.
Overall, I'd probably give the show a strong 7 out of 10. Right around great level. 6 good to great matches. No bad match. A hot angle. A fun main event. An awesome tag title match. A great women's match. A great Cruiser match. I can't complain.