Something needs to be done about show length at the big 5 events. Show time from first bell to the end of the men's Rumble was over 6 hours. It's really hard to judge people's reactions to things live at the end of a show that people had spent over half their day at already.
I dropped in and out of the show - what I caught was mostly inoffensive outside of the first third to half of the women's Rumble (I'm sick to death of the parkour spots to avoid elimination, so I did enjoy Mandy Rose blasting Naomi into orbit after trying it) and enjoyed the closing stretch of the Rumble. Both women's title matches were great. It's incredible how much more believable and sincere this face Miz run is vs. the Flair-backed run... I still expect him to turn, but if he doesn't? I'd still buy it. Both men's title matches were pretty good. Styles and Bryan work a style together that is so Southern and different than the typical WWE presentation which is rough for crowd reactions and got no favors from being in a death spot after the Rumble. Brock and Balor had a very different Brock match than usual that played up to Balor's strengths as a face and brought intrigue to a match with a foregone conclusion. I was done after it, though, and don't really have interest in catching the men's Rumble.
Good show, just about 41 hours too long.