It seems obvious now that the planned feud between Dean Ambrose and Christian for the United States Championship is off given that they haven't interacted in weeks and they've now used The Shield as an excuse to turn Mark Henry baby face and they're headed in the direction of doing Henry/Usos versus The Shield at Summerslam (sounds horrible.) But also, it makes that job The Shield did to Christian and the Usos on Smackdown a few weeks back rather useless. I know it's just one loss that won't mean anything in the long run (it already doesn't mean anything) but I'm picky about these sort of things and I hated seeing such a dominant team lose to a team consisting of mid card guys like those after they had already went over different teams consisting of guys like Cena/Undertaker/Team Hell No/Ryback/Orton/Sheamus/Jericho/etc. I'm aware of the concept of an 'upset' but that is my point - it was supposed to build towards Christian getting a shot at Ambrose for the title and have people believe he could win the championship, hence why he was the one who scored the pin fall in the match, and scored it on Ambrose (IMO Christian shouldn't pin people with the spear, it's a move better suited for bigger guys who can build up more force in using it. Just a quick complaint.) Under that context, I could accept the loss better. Ambrose/Christian for the US Title and Rollins/Reigns against the Usos in a rematch was a much better option IMO. I like the attack on Henry, I just wonder if they could have used it as a way of writing Henry off TV until after Summerslam or something. I know the next PPV is Night Of Champions, which is a PPV that is supposed to be mainly about challenging for championships and they obviously would want Henry to challenge The Shield as a group BEFORE giving him a one on one title shot (against Ambrose, I assume) but still. They could have worked it out someway. Anyway, who else wanted to see Christian and Ambrose instead of what we're getting now?