It's a match we've seen a dozen times from them. We all KNEW the outcome of the match will takes away anything from it for me as well as the fact that Cena didn't sell all match. False finishes doesn't make a match a MOTY contender, it makes a match pathetic if you ask me, sure it's okay in the BIG BIG matches, but it happens far too often when one of Punk or Cena are in the match and it becomes tedious and boring.
Pretty much any match today that features a few false finishes is considered amazing. Forget selling and psychology. I did enjoy the piledriver, just because I can't even remember the last time it was done on WWE TV.
ALL ABOARD THE CENA EXPRESS. #TEAMCENA2012 #HustleLoyaltyRespect .
"He's not the biggest. He was never the strongest. He was never the fastest. He was overlooked. He went in the sixth round. So with that being said, all of the intangibles that a quarterback is supposed to have, they overlooked it with him because it was burning from inside of him" - Ray Lewis on Tom Brady
Loved how they went the extra mile and busted out new/different stuff to try to beat each other. Cena's rana looked like shit but whatever, it was still cool to see, and the powerbomb, piledriver and Crossface were great. Aside from one awkward moment during the middle I thought it was awesome and a good example of how to work WWE's main event style. It doesn't compare to the show they put on at MitB '11 but it's just a notch below their Summerslam and Night of Champions matches.