I was honestly surprised at the amount of offense Ambrose got in on Lesnar by the end of it. For a decent period there, Ambrose was actually kicking Brock's ass pretty good, which I think really showcased him as a dangerous no-holds barred competitor. Still, I wasn't fooling myself into thinking that Ambrose had a real shot here and low and behold, Lesnar ended up handling him in pretty quick fashion. It would have been nice to see Ambrose at least kick out of one F-5 considering Reigns kicked out of like, 4 last year, but I can't complain about what we were given considering the brevity of the match. I'll reserve judgment until I see where Ambrose goes from here. A win would have catapulted him to the main event but a hard-fought loss can still do a lot for him if WWE chooses to keep booking him strong. I've come to not expect 30 minutes from Brock anymore. Most of his matches are pretty short nowadays. The worst thing that can happen for Ambrose is being Wyatt-booked. WWE can't just launch Dean into his next feud without some sort of transition from his loss. In other words, don't just act like the match never happened because you're too lazy to think about character depth.