I find it odd that they can't seem to decide between Fandango's dance partner being the original one or Summer Rae. Until last week, I thought Summer Rae was probably going to be his dance partner all of the time from now on, but then they obviously had him with the original one again.
Due to knowing nothing about the original dance partner, I'm assuming that she's not a wrestler and that dancing is her only purpose, so she wouldn't be familiar with acting like a heel like Summer Rae would due to her being an NXT Diva. So that makes sense that Summer Rae would be the one to do it this week, but I still think they should just pick one of them to use instead of switching.
I liked Jericho's entrance with his dance partner, with them doing the back-to-back arms out pose, but it seemed pointless having her there and hyping that she was on Dancing With The Stars too if she and Jericho weren't actually going to dance at all (so she and Jericho should have gone first so they could preserve the heel tactics of Fandango and Summer Rae).
It's a shame that they pulled Dolph Ziggler from Extreme Rules, but it obviously makes sense that they would take the concussion seriously as his health should come first. Considering the crazy selling he has done in other matches in the past though, it's surprising that he didn't get a concussion like that until the kick.
The announcement of Dean Ambrose vs. Kofi Kingston seems to come out of nowhere, as there has been no build up between them other than Kingston evening up the odds last week on SmackDown.
I'm still not interested in Triple H's match with Brock Lesnar.
As for Kaitlyn's secret admirer, I guess they are going to drag it out for a few weeks. I'm still expecting it to be revealed to be AJ playing mind games though, despite the announcers suggesting that it could be AJ.
I don't know why they keep persisting with announcers saying that AJ has been with every man in the locker room, it is still ridiculous and insulting though - the storylines made a total of five men (Daniel Bryan, CM Punk, Kane, John Cena, and Dolph Ziggler). That's hardly every man in the locker room.