5-on-5 Men's RAW vs Smackdown Live match was pretty entertaining in my opinion. It pretty much made the show and the right people were protected and made to look strong. Some inconsistent booking though, DQs and countouts despite supposedly being no DQ and at other times not bothering to count while people were out of the ring. Nitpicking perhaps, especially because it was a really fun match in my view, but you can't help but think of those things.
Rest of the undercard, or at least what I saw, felt like a throwaway. Too many RAW victories, probably.
Brock/Goldberg...where to begin? I'll spoiler tag for those who want to catch the show first, and haven't had an opportunity to do so yet.
I don't actually dislike the fact that Lesnar lost. Frankly, the problem with Lesnar is that he's become too unbeatable, working the same match over and over again. Having him actually look beatable, and take a clean loss, is not a bad thing in and of itself. BUT...
But, that's kind of a lame way to do it, to say the least. When you think about it, it craps on every other worker, from a legend like Undertaker to people they're trying to establish as bona fide main eventers like Dean Ambrose, all of whom put Lesnar over and made him look unstoppable. The guy who broke Taker's streak just got squashed, by a part timer. Apparently Goldberg is going to work a few more matches, but still...what a way to waste the rub from Taker's legacy.
Again, I do think that Lesnar losing and losing clean is something that needed to happen to freshen him up and bring some intrigue back to his matches. But the execution was poor, and it hardly lives up to the billing of an epic dream match. I'm all for giving everything a chance and seeing where things go next, and I think the right man won, but I'm really iffy about the way it was done. Guess it is what it is, now.