It was a huge pay-per-view weekend, with not only the Mayweather-Canelo fight, but
CURTIS AXEL VS. KOFI KINGSTON FOR INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE
Axel retained the title with a neckbreaker/implant DDT combo.
WWE conducted a series of polls during the PPV to determine the best champions in history. Chris Jericho was the winner of a poll for greatest Intercontinental champion with 63% to 24% for Mr. Perfect, 10% for Honky Tonk Man, 2% for Pat Patterson and 1% for Rick Rude.
A.J. LEE VS. BRIE BELLA VS. NATALYA VS. NAOMI FOR DIVAS TITLE
A.J. retained with the Black Widow on Natalya.
ALBERTO DEL RIO VS. ROB VAN DAM FOR THE WORLD TITLE
Del Rio retained after he was disqualified for refusing to release the armbar after RVD made the ropes.
Booker T shockingly won the poll for the greatest world champion of all-time. He got 38%, Edge 22% Undertaker 21%, Ric Flair 14% and Batista 5%
FANDANGO VS. THE MIZ
Miz won with a figure four. They desperately need to turn Miz heel again.
C.M. PUNK VS. CURTIS AXEL & PAUL HEYMAN IN A HANDICAP NO DQ MATCH
Punk defeated Axel with the Anaconda Vise, leaving him alone in the ring with Heyman. Punk handcuffed Heyman's hands behind his back, then started hitting him with the kendo stick, when out of nowhere Ryback speared Punk through a table. Ryback then put Heyman on top of Punk. The ref counted three, and Heyman was the winner. So Ryback is the newest member of Heyman's stable.
DEAN AMBROSE VS. DOLPH ZIGGLER FOR THE U.S. TITLE
Ambrose won with the headlock DDT.
Sting won the greatest U.S. champion of all-time poll with 53% of the vote. Ricky Steamboat got 24%, Sgt. Slaughter 12%, Harley Race 9% and Bobo Brazil 2%
SETH ROLLINS & ROMAN REIGNS VS. TITUS O'NEIL & DARREN YOUNG FOR THE TAG-TEAM TITLE
Reigns speared O'Neil for the victory.
DX won the greatest tag team of all-time poll with 47% of the vote. Road Warriors got 32%, Hart Foundation 17%, British Bulldogs 3% and The Wild Samoans 1%
Hulk Hogan won the greatest WWE champion of all-time poll with 55%. Steve Austin got 16%, John Cena 13%, CM Punk 12% and Triple H 4%.
RANDY ORTON VS. DANIEL BRYAN FOR THE WWE TITLE IN A NO INTERFERENCE MATCH
Bryan won the title with the flying knee, but ref Scott Armstrong had a fast count, so expect Triple H to try and overturn the decision on Raw tonight.