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WWE Superstars Review: Broski’s Showing Off

Tag teams main event this week's Superstars

WWE Superstars

Watch: WWE Network

June 10, 2016

Chesapeake Energy Arena – Oklahoma City, OK

Welcome back to another WWE Superstars review. Tonight looks to have potential as tag team action main events the show with Dolph Zigger and Zack Ryder taking on the Dudley Boyz. Plus, we kick things off with Viktor taking on Sin Cara. Let’s get into it.

Viktor vs. Sin Cara

Man, Sin Cara really surprised me here. This guy kicked ass. He was better than usual and that’s very surprising coming from someone who isn’t a big Sin Cara fan. From the start, Sin Cara was on fire. He was countering some fantastic moves and doing everything so smoothly that I thought he would eventually botch like usual, but it didn’t happen. Viktor was also looking great during this match. For the past few weeks, Viktor has been on these C-Shows and he’s getting better and better every match. Really enjoying this singles run right now. We saw a very nice, competitive, back and forth match. These guys were pulling out all of the stops, Sin Cara was flying around all over the place, and in the end, his Lucha style ended up helping him. Reversing a power bomb into a ‘Rana/pin combo, sealed the win for Sin Cara.

RAW Recap aired highlighted by Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, John Cena and AJ Styles, then the Tag Team Division.

Dudley Boyz vs. Zack Ryder & Dolph Ziggler

Surprisingly, this is the first time Zack Ryder and Dolph Ziggler teamed together. At first, they weren’t doing such a good job. The Dudley Boyz were using some smart tag team wrestling by cutting off the ring and keeping Ryder grounded, as well as using quick tags to make sure Ryder couldn’t make a tag. Things didn’t look so good for Ryder and Dolph. They started to fight back when D-Von was pushed off the top and fell head first into Bubba’s crotch. But still, Ryder didn’t make a tag. The Dudley Boyz ended up gaining back control, but not for long. Ryder finally got the hot tag and Ziggler came in on fire. It was all down hill from there. Ziggler gets on my nerves and I hope this team doesn’t continue, but they did pick up a win over the 9 time tag team champs the Dudley Boyz after a super kick from Dolph.

Seth Rollins/Roman Reigns feud highlights ended the show.

Overall, this was a solid episode. Really enjoyed the opener, and some parts in the tag team match. But, nothing too special. Hopefully something more exciting happens next week. Thanks for reading.


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