The 2015 WWE SummerSlam Pay-Per-View starts with a segment involving SummerSlam Host Jon Stewart and WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley...
To be honest, while most of the PPV was great, the bad parts seemed to suck out most of the enthusiasm that had been built up to be able to see SummerSlam as a great PPV overall.
Jon Stewart was too obvious with the steel chair as he was already looking towards Cena with it in a very shoort time instead of focusing on Rollins for as long as possible before turning around to surprise Cena with it instead. I am glad that Rollins retained, but it just wasn't as enjoyable a way as I would have liked it to be.
The timekeeper ringing the bell in the Undertaker/Lesnar match for supposedly seeing Undertaker tap was obviously very inconsistent when you take into account the fact that Jon Stewart's actions definitely were definitely seen yet nothing was done that time.
Despite it being specifically hyped as a 4-hour PPV, it is notable then that it actually ended about 15 minutes short of that.