John Cena once again faced off against Brock Lesnar and for a while it seemed like everything was indeed coming up Cena. Lesnar on the other hand did a heck of a job warding off Cena’s trademark finisher…which he performed a handful of times…though it seemed a foregone conclusion the way the match was going. That is, until Seth Rollins decided to make his own mark on things and close the festivities with an annoying disqualification.
As such, Brock Lesnar holds onto his championship belt and Cena has at least clawed back a fair bit of his reputation…sadly none of this explains when the match came to such an unexpected and disappointing conclusion.
Some are insisting it all comes down to a creative decision made by WWE execs to keep things exactly as they are ahead of October’s Hell in a Cell match – Cena and Lesnar are expected to square off once again next month. Trouble is, those shelling out the ten-bucks a month for all-access WWE Network viewing might be left feeling a little bit short changed as Night of Champions isn’t the kind of event you can get away with ending so disappointingly.
Well, most couldn’t get away with it…WWE probably will.