Baltimore played host to WWE Payback last night, and the general consensus seems to be that it was solid night of wrestling, marred by a few moments of nonsensical booking. The I Quit match had a confusing ending (was Lana quitting for Rusev or just translating) but some striking visuals, like the exploding pyro or the suplex through a steel railing. The main event was overbooked, but the Shield reunion was a magic mini-moment. that would move even the moodiest mark. The card was stuffed with rematches, the majority of which were under-built, but all the wrestlers had good chemistry, especially the tag match. It was an up-and-down night, and WWE Creative hasn't made their job any easier by scheduling their next PPV to take place in a mere fortnight. Elimination Chamber matches essentially sell themselves, especially with the guarantee of a new Intercontinental champion, but with such a tight turnaround, the writers will have to work extra hard to make the rest of the card contain anything more than rematches or filler. However, considering that with three weeks to work the Payback card was pretty much exactly that, hopes are not high. Will all that considered, and Payback still fresh in the mind, here's what's likely to go down in Corpus Christi in two weeks.