: I have to admit, when the idea of Dolph Ziggler not only having one but two different opponents in his way for the next few months I was excited; sadly the WWE has let us all down as this feud has fallen very short.
Divas Match: Aksana v. Layla
: Hey look a Divas match, and before I could even finish writing this sentence the match was over. Layla won, but five minutes later everyone forgot, oops.
: If The Undertaker was the test for not only The Shield but for Dean Ambrose, then they, especially Ambrose, all passed with flying colors. All three men have a legitimate chance at becoming big time players for the WWE for the next decade or so.
Justin Gabriel v. Fandango
: With another week in the books the tidal wave that is Fandangoing has started to settle, which a great thing in my opinion. Fandango is the type of character that needs a slow burn so he’s character won’t burn out too quickly. His newest dance move finisher is another step in the right direction for Fandango. I wonder how Justin Gabriel feels about the Fandango push.
Sheamus v. Big Show
: I can’t really complain too much with this feud (as much as I’d like to), but at least there’s a feud going on without a title involved. Big Show wins and I didn’t fall asleep during the match so that’s improvement right there.
Wade Barrett v. William Regal
: This is the kind of match best served at a house show. I know the WWE is in Europe but Regal is less than a part-time worker, Barrett needs a good feud, not a classic house show match.
Randy Orton v. Mark Henry
: Sheamus interfering HAS TO MEAN were getting a Fatal Four Way Match at Extreme Rules right? I think it’s more likely the four men continue to circle each other until Dolph Ziggler, Alberto Del Rio and Jack Swagger’s feud ends.
The Undertaker v. Dean Ambrose
: Here’s a sentence I never thought I’d write, The Dead Man took on indy darling Jon Moxley to headline SmackDown. The match was great; Taker can still work as well as saw at WrestleMania 29. I absolutely loved the finish, Taker wins but The Shield put him through the announce table. I can’t remember the last time SmackDown ended so positively, anyone?
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