Well, that was some 'just there' wrestling, for sure.
On a PPV I didn't particularly mind from a booking standpoint, the one thing that stood out was that the actual in-ring product was pretty mediocre.
Match of the night probably went to DX vs Orton and Edge. It wasn't anything special, not at all, but it was the best on offer. I didn't buy that Bischoff got 60% of the vote at all, and was shocked that JR called it as I thought it. I did like the finish, not badly done as it was always pointed towards ending in a screwy win for the bad guys, and it did finally let Randy Orton get some heat and a much needed pinfall on HHH. All we need now is for Edge to take out Shawn Michaels knee in an angle to let him get the surgery he needs (HBK hasn't had a singles match since July) and give Edge some heat.
The main event was probably second best and that wasn't up to much at all. It just had no impetus whatsoever. That said, I liked King Booker getting the blue brand another high profile victory, even though all the spotlight went to K-Fed in a WCW style moment. It hit me that of the three men involved, The Big Show is the one who probably is the biggest name in terms of the history of the business. You can see why a Hogan match at Wrestlemania might work.
The pop of the night went to Ric Flair and Roddy Piper's World Tag Team Title victory over the Spirit Squad. Wrestling-wise, it could have been worse, though more Flair and Piper matches can't be a good thing. This has to be a short term reign. Nice moment for the live crowd, though.
I thought Carlito vs Jeff Hardy and Lita vs Mickie James were hugely disappointing. Carlito and Hardy didn't look like they had a clue how to wrestle at times, and the women's match was a huge clusterfuck. That one would have been salvageable under no-DQ rules, I think. Maybe on Raw somewhen...
Kane vs Umaga was an OK opener, but they've had far better matches.
I did like the four way tag match. It wasn't anything anyone will remember, but for the second time in a row (after the straight match with Vis and Haas on Raw), Cryme Time got a good pop for their victory having won the crowd over with their performance. The Highlanders looked better here too, though they appear to be in the doghouse for some reason and took the fall again.
So that was Cyber Sunday. Nothing notable, but I didn't exactly mind watching it, either. Good job it was a freebie, I guess.
Roll on the Survivor Series