By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Fandango def. Heath Slater
Remember when Fandango was one of the most over Superstars coming out of WrestleMania a few years ago? Yeah, me either. Of all the people in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, I'm surprised they opted to put Fandango up against Slater, someone I had completely forgotten was in the match. They worked a nice match since they're both good workers, but the crowd is still confused as to whether they should be booing or cheering Fandango. It seems to me WWE is trying to make him a heel, but why would anyone cheer him when he hasn't been established as such on TV? Although this was a well-wrestled contest, the awkward face/heel dynamic was what made it fall flat.
Naomi def. Alicia Fox
Although I missed Main Event last week, it appears Naomi and Fox are in the midst of a mini feud at the moment. I doubt it will lead anywhere (just like Naomi's non-title win over Nikki Bella was never acknowledged again), but it's nice to see Naomi building some momentum. She's extraordinarily talented and can be a great Divas Champion if they get her to that level again soon. She and Fox worked a decent bout, but it was too short to be anything memorable.
With it being WrestleMania week, you had to figure going in that almost the entire episode would consist of video packages for the event. Since I got my fill of that during Thursday's SmackDown, I skipped through them all on this show (as if I wouldn't normally) and just watched the matches. Fandango vs. Slater was a total waste of time, and Naomi vs. Fox was good while it lasted, yet nothing I'd recommend you should go out of your way to watch.