Now, a lot of people are going to be upset that Seth was put out of action for a large part of the match, and sure, there are plenty of other people in the ring that probably deserved it more based on their performance.
However, Seth Rollins has been arguably the most consistently brilliant performer in the past 12 months for WWE, so having him at WrestleMania is fine by me.
The match itself was mostly very good, with a bizarre twist at the end. We saw great cameos from Pete Dunne, Johnny Gargano, Aleister Black and Jeff Jarrett, so all in all, a pretty fun time.
— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) January 28, 2019
The Nia Jax taking out R-Truth, only to be beaten up by lots of men was a bit weird, but this is WWE and that’s just what they do I suppose.
The final four were Rollins, Andrade, Dolph Ziggler and Braun Strowman. Ziggler and Andrade were both eliminated quickly, leaving Braun seemingly free to eliminate Seth.
But once they were both on the apron, some clever offence ending in a curb stomp was enough to win it for Seth.
He will now be able to pick his championship match at WrestleMania 35, which you would assume will be against Brock Lesnar.