Chris Masters and JTG defeated Curt Hawkins and Chvao Guerrero
I expected a decent contest at best, seeing how Hawkins and Guerrero at least have some chemistry. And I liked how at least someone remembered they were in La Familia together.
Anyway, the match itself was meaningless and mediocre. Chris Masters and JTG were randomly thrown together, and neither are very good wrestlers.
The wrong people went over here, as with the tag division in turmoil, Chavo and Curt would make a decent tag team. Burying them again dose nothing to help a very talented Hawkins.
Gail Kim defeated Alicia Fox
An excellent Divas contest. Josh hit it right on the button when he said Gail Kim was underrated, and hopefully she is soon put in the Divas Championship picture after the Natayla vs. Melina feud is over.
Both of them hit a lot of good moves, so it wasn't like Kim was carrying Fox the entire time. Fox has come a long way from being a wedding planner to manager to champion.
The win is good for Kim and I'm glad to see the fans cheering loudly (in my opinion) for her victory. As I've said in the last few weeks, it looks WWE is really starting to care about wrestling inthe Divas Division these days.
Yoshi Tatsu, David Hart Smith, Darren Young and Primo defeated Zack Ryder, William Regal, and The Usos
Without much competition, and the Divas contest close behind, this earns Match of the Night. It got great time, and it was a treat to see an eight-man tag team match on Superstars.
It was good that everyone got some time in the ring, so that helped matters. But one question: when in the blue hell did Primo turn face?
I'm going to get some criticism for this, but I think the wrong team went over here as I don't really like anyone on the face team. But there is a reason to that.
Tatsu has no mic skills and will not break out despite all hype, DH Smith has no character, Darren Young still can't wrestle, and Primo just lost. However, Ryder deserves it as his character may be sloppy, but he can talk and wrestle. The Usos are in line for a tag team title match, and Regal, well I like him so he should be pushed before he leaves such as a program with Daniel Bryan.
A decent show, but the hour went by fast. I'm not sure if that is a good or bad thing, but there was nothing that memorable about this show if at all.
I am grateful, however, we had a special main event. the wrestling was pretty good overall, and this show didn't include any single jobbing matches.