Well, we’ve made it through the first week, and we’re back with another WWE Superstars review. Last week we saw a solid show that included Zack Ryder and The Miz having a great C-Show match. This week, Zack Ryder is here again. But, this time; he’s taking on Prince Pretty. Also, we kick things off with some divas action. Let’s get into it.
A former feud being revived here tonight. If you viewers remember, these two had a little confrontation a while back on Total Divas where Summer slapped the hell out of Natalya. Then, they had a few bad matches on Raw’s and SmackDown’s to play off of the Total Divas drama. This match was no different. Summer Rae has gotten better, don’t get me wrong, but she’s still sloppy, and there were a few mess ups during the match. Surprisingly, Natalya was on the receiving end for a lot of this match. But, a little call back spot occurred when Natalya slapped the hell out of Summer. After a bit more back and forth action, Natalya made Summer Rae tap out to the Sharp Shooter.
We see highlights from Raw, showcasing the segment between the McMahon’s and The Undertaker.
We then see the segment between Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose from Raw.
JoJo is backstage with Tyler Breeze. Tyler cut her off before she could get her question out. Tyler explains that Zack Ryder is an obstacle he needs to get rid of on his runway to WrestleMania.
What a match. Another great C-show match from Zack Ryder and Tyler Breeze. Back and forth, very competitive action; with both men putting it all out there during this battle. A few near falls and some great counters occurred which made it that much better, including Ryder going for the Rough Ryder off the top and Breeze subsequently catching him in a powerbomb, which Ryder kicked out of.
A Broski Boot on the outside had Ryder in the drivers seat, but Tyler Breeze used some heelish tactics to change the course of the match. I thought Breeze had the victory after a nasty looking supermodel kick, but Zack Ryder mounted a great comeback, and ended the match with his newly introduced Elbro drop. Such a fantastic match for the time it got, and I’m looking forward to seeing ever more from these two on these shows.
More Raw Recap as we see Dolph Ziggler vs. Triple H from this past Monday.
The backstage brawl between Roman Reigns & Triple H from Raw ended this week’s Superstars.
Another great show in the books. I’m only two weeks in and I’m enjoying this. There is so much underrated talent on these C-Shows like Superstars and Main Event — that’s why it feels so special to watch. I’m mad at myself for not watching Superstars before all this, but I’m glad I do now. Be sure to check out next week’s review, and all the reviews to come. Thanks for reading.