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WWE Superstars Episode 366 Review (4/15/16)

Welcome back to another WWE Supertars review. As always, it’s so fun to see shows like this with talent that barely get on TV. Speaking of that, Damien Sandow is on the show and I can’t remember the last time he was in a singles match on Raw or Smackdown, so I’m excited to see him battle it out with Ryback. Tyler Breeze is also on the show taking on Dolph Ziggler. So, let’s get into it.

Ryback vs. Damien Sandow

First off, Damien Sandow was over on a MAJOR level. Ryback was getting so many boos just for hitting Sandow and it was cool to see him get over.

As for the match, it was nothing special. Sandow was over which was good but wrestling wise the match was just mediocre at best. Damien Sandow had a few near falls and tried for some high risk maneuvers but in the end, Ryback nailed Sandow with a meat hook clothesline and finished him off with the Shell Shock for the victory.

Raw Recap was next highlighted by Sami Zayn vs. AJ Styles. Then, we saw some recap of Natalya challenging for Charlotte’s Women’s Championship.

Tyler Breeze vs. Dolph Ziggler

An old rivalry being renewed here, which is always fun to see. They tried to ‘show off’ at the start of the match, but once it got going, it was very fun.

Great back and forth action all throughout the match. We even saw some action on the outside of the ring which ended with Breeze laying Ziggler out with a supermodel kick before going to a break. When we came back from break, Ziggler started to mount a nice little comeback, which got him a near fall. Breeze had two back to back near falls after missing a famouser, which allowed Breeze to hit a great looking enziguri.

An exciting series of reversals ended with Ziggler hitting the fame-asser, getting another near fall. So many near falls in this made this match so exciting, especially when Breeze reversed a superkick, allowing him to catapult Dolph into the corner, then following it up with a beauty shot for a near two count. Breeze acting so shocked ended up costing him and he got caught with the Zig-Zag. Right when I thought the match was over, Tyler Breeze got his foot on the rope to break the count. I was on the edge of my seat at this point, I did not expect Breeze to get his foot on the rope. Two very close near falls that easily could’ve ended this match and it was still going. A high risk spot where both guys were on the top had the crowd on their feet but Ziggler slid down and had Breeze in a powerbomb position. But, when Breeze reversed and got out of the powerbomb, he turned into a superkick from Dolph, leading him to victory.

Fantastic match for a C-show and I’m actually glad to see Ziggler. What a match.

A recap of the Raw main event closed out this week’s episode of WWE Superstars.

This was yet again, another good episode. The opener was nothing special at all but the main event of this show was so much fun. I’m admittedly not one of the biggest Dolph Ziggler fans, but I’ll be glad to watch him on C-shows if he keeps that kind of work up. Great job from both men and I’m looking forward to next week. Thanks for reading.


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