Good to see Jinder Mahal being the one standing tall over Orton, even if it was with help from the Bollywood Boyz, as it wouldn't have helped Mahal's credibility as a challenger if Orton managed to take them all out. Whether the fact that he took off with the title itself will be reflected on Sunday in the WWE Championship match between Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt at Payback, will remain to be seen.
"Breezango" Tyler Breeze and Fandango becoming #1 Contenders to the SmackDown Tag Team Championship is an interesting outcome too, but whether they will succeed in their challenge will remain to be seen at Backlash.
Natalya, Tamina and Carmella (accompanied by James Ellsworth) interrupting the SmackDown Women's Championship match and attacking Charlotte Flair (as well as Naomi, but it seemed mostly focused on Charlotte) is what I am guessing to be a method of giving Charlotte a face turn, but as there was no sign of Becky Lynch showing up to make a save, it brings up the question of what she'll have to say when her non-appearance is inevitably questioned.
I would assume that Becky will end up on the same side of things as Charlotte and Naomi however, simply for the fact that it would even things up to be three on each side (excluding Ellsworth of course).