Before I begin, I would like to apologize for my absence from Bleacher Report for the last month. I've been busy as of late, and had to re-apply to be able to write again.
R-Truth defeated William Regal
Very boring contest. Regal is a very technical wrestler, and as my favorite, I always look forward to him wrestling. However, his style does not mix well with the botch-filled style of Truth.
Predicable and logical win for Truth, but it adds nothing to him. After dropping the ball on his heel turn, what does WWE continue to see in R-Truth? And where does he go from here?
Santino Marella and Vladimir Kozlov defeated Zack Ryder and Primo
Decent match. It was a rematch from a few weeks ago, so it was nothing different than the first time they met. Being the comedy team they are, I expected the faces to win this match.
However, in my opinion, the team of Kozlov and Santino is starting to become stale. Santino is ready to stand back on his own, and give Ryder and Primo some more momentum.
Chris Masters defeated Curt Hawkins
Very disappointed in this match, as Hawkins has tremendous ability but isn't allowed to use it. I'm not against Masters' new push, but I'd rather see Hawkins picking up more wins and enter the Intercontinental Championship picture.
Sadly, I could see him getting released following 'Mania. The post-attack by Tyler Reks on Masters made up for the match itself, and it's great (and rare) to see a feud erupt on Superstars.
The Rock Promo Replay
Unlike most WWE fans, I watch all four shows of WWE programing (it's a curse), and re-watching this for the third time this week aggravates me. Luckily, I watch Superstars from YouTube, so I can easily skip these replays.
A lackluster and forgettable show. That is understandable on the Road to WrestleMania, as much of the emphasis goes on the main shows. Not a dreadful episode, but a boring hour of wrestling to say the least.