By Graham "GSM" Matthews
The Hype Bros def. The Vaudevillians
We've seen this match a handful of times in the last few months, even as recently as last week's SmackDown Live. That said, they always work well together and this was another nice effort from them. This crowd wasn't as into Hype Bros' act as past audiences have been, though. The match was largely meaningless, but I did like how the commentators pointed out that the two tandems might have been fighting for a spot in the upcoming Raw vs. SmackDown tag team elimination match at Survivor Series.
Jack Swagger def. Tyler Breeze
The follow-up to Swagger vs. Baron Corbin from No Mercy on Sunday has been weird. Corbin beat him in clean fashion, yet despite not interacting on SmackDown Live this week or on this show, they'll be having a rematch on next Tuesday's episode. Why? At any rate, this was a fun little match while it lasted. I'm not sure where Fandango was, nor was his absence explained (I don't think, anyway).
The Hype Bros vs. The Vaudevillians has been done to death before, so their match was nothing new and the crowd hardly cared. Still, it was a decent tag team match. Swagger vs. Breeze was the better bout, and despite not having any storyline significance, they contested a well-wrestled match. That said, I wouldn't suggest going out of your way to watch this episode.