Expectations weren't exactly high going into WWE's latest Saudi-set event, but even then, Super ShowDown proved to be more offensive and uninspired than the simply bland, WrestleMania-setting show most fans were anticipating.
Though it certainly wasn't all bad - there was a genuinely very good tag match and a few more rock solid bouts in the mid-card - the pallor cast by the very worst matches on the card was significant enough to unfortunately taint the complexion of the entire show.
It absolutely achieved its dubious goal of paving the Road to WrestleMania, but it's tough not to question one especially head-scratching creative decision made during the event, as inevitable as it may have seemed to many fans.
Was it the worst show ever? Absolutely not, but still a sheer embarrassment for a brand that seems determined to take one creative step forward and two regressive steps back.
Just keep calm and keep your fingers crossed that WWE doesn't screw up Drew McIntyre's WrestleMania moment in April...