Yeah title says it all. I'm gonna grade the matches as I watch them. Jericho vs Fandango was okay. Nothing that surprised outside of the end but both wrestlers performed as expected. It followed a pretty predictable formula up until the end. Weak 3 out of 5 stars. Dean Ambrose vs Kofi Kingston was good. Best singles match from Ambrose on the main roster so far. He seemed much more comfortable than he did previously. He still seemed to not know what to do at times when he wasn't on the offensive and I am not a fan of all his faces when selling but he and Kofi did a good job together and had some chemistry. As previously said he was more comfortable than before so that obviously helped bring out the best in him. 3 out of 5 stars. Mark Henry vs Sheamus in a strap match was not a match I enjoyed. I usually like Sheamus in matches with bigger men but this did nothing for me. Bad psycholgoy and in ring build up leading to an outcome I was not a fan of. Giving 2 stars for Henry. Swagger vs Del Rio in an I quit match was good. Both guys are really good in the ring and have chemistry with each other so that was hardly a surprise.Evenly matched up match with both guys getting offence in. And with the finish we got I can easily see them keeping Swagger relevant so they can do the ladder match at one point. 3.5/5 Team Hell No vs the Shield in a Tornado tag: Now this is a match. I really enjoyed this match. Two teams who work so well together. Both Roman and Seth and Daniel and Kane knew exactly where they had each other and it showed. They were so much in sync. Three top class competitors and one who is going to be very soon made for an excelent match. Great team work, great individual work and they paced, set up and directed this match well. Another plus being that they made it seem like chaos in the ring without there being any. The only downside was time since I think they could have gone a bit longer. 4 out of 5. Shield has been very impressive this ppv. Orton vs Big Show in an Extreme Rules match was a good match but a bad Extreme rules one. Not much Extreme about this except for a ladder spot, some chair swinging and a kendo stick. Otherwise it followed a typical match set up. Some nice false finishes and the return of the punt kick sealed the deal. 3 out of five. Nothing other than average and the punt kick doesn't do it enough for me to raise the score. Sorry Randy. Last man standing for the WWE title was an average match. It started off pretty standard and it seems like Cena and Ryback has some chemistry so that speaks well for future matches between the two.It involved some nice spots with the table and Ryback beating Cena with the wall (Maximum impact, zero pain. You're welcome for the plug pepsi). I didn't understand the spot with the fire extinquisher since Ryback due to how his character has been booked as pain resistant should have been able to just rush through the cloud and pummel Cena. Cena also no sold Ryback way too often (popping up almost directly after the table spot etc which will hurt Ryback going forward I fear). Finish was okay I guess but Cena apparently got off the stretcher during the post show to show the kids that he was okay. So much for a broken fricking neck. 2 out of 5. The Cage match wasn't that great but it was an okay match. It just felt like the cage brought nothing and we have seen these guys do better before. Lesnar was good at selling the knee throughout but HHH got too many "Look at me, I am Tripl H" spots. 2 out of five. Just like at mania the undercard is what delivers. The stars of the ppv were the shield without a doubt. Best singles match on the main roster from Ambrose yet and the tag match being really, really good. Averages out at an average of 3 out of 5 stars from me.