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WWE Superstars Episode 368 Review (4/29/16)

WWE Superstars is here once again. Tonight, we have a pretty good looking show. In our main event; United States Champion Kalisto will take on Tyler Breeze in a non-title match. But first, The Dudley’s kick off this week’s show as D-Von goes one on one with Zack Ryder. Let’s get into it.

D-Von Dudley vs. Zack Ryder

Man, I’m disappointed in this match. I expected it to be at least a little better than what it was. This match was very boring. D-Von really just did nothing except rest holds and strikes, and every time Ryder tried to come back, Bubba Ray would distract him. The best part of this was actually Bubba Ray bantering the ref on the outside by calling him a “god awful ref”, saying he couldn’t count, ect. In the end, Ryder knocked Bubba off the apron and ended up rolling D-Von up for the win. Zack Ryder once again gets another C-Show victory.

Raw Recap aired highlighted by the Shane McMahon & Stephanie McMahon confrontation that opened up Raw. After this, we saw a Sami Zayn vs. Kevin Owens promo package.

Kalisto vs. Tyler Breeze

Now this is what I’m talking about! Last week these two had a great match, and now they just out did themselves. What a great match. After the boring opener, this match really brought energy and excitement to this week’s show.

Kalisto is so good, I can’t say enough great things about this man. He brings something new every week and continues to impress me week in and week out. Tyler Breeze also continues to impress me with his smart tactics throughout the match. These two had a fun back and forth couple of minutes in the beginning of the match. But, Kalisto tweaked his knee and seemed to be hurt. So of course, Tyler Breeze targeted the leg for the rest of the match and it was such a beautiful thing to see. LIMB WORK! That’s what we love. Tyler really brought it here, locking in a one leg Boston crab, stomping the knee, and dropping Kalisto on his bad leg, which really made it hard for Kalisto to get the upper hand. Every time Kalisto hit a big move and made a comeback, he’d favor the bad leg, letting Breeze recover and take the drivers seat once again. Tyler reversed two Salida Del Sol’s and had a couple near falls, one that was so close I thought he won after a nasty SuperKick. But, in the end Kalisto finally hit the Salida Del Sol on the third try and picked up the win. Fantastic match, great limb work, great selling, and overall great action. Couldn’t have asked for anything else.

More Raw Recap ended the show, highlighted by the AJ Styles and Roman Reigns feud.

Another good C-Show here tonight. I wasn’t really digging the opener at all, but after watching that fantastic main event, I think that made up for the first match. Kalisto and Breeze are so good, as well as Zack Ryder, but he just didn’t click today. But, hopefully we get more great action next week, and hopefully at least one of these three are on the show, because they make things exciting. Thanks for reading.


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