By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Titus O'Neil def. Jack Swagger
I like Swagger and O'Neil respetively, but they don't have the best in-ring chemistry together. It just seems like a "battle of the big guys" whenever they go one-on-one and this match was more of the same from them. Swagger has fallen far in the last few months, which is a shame given how over he was/is as a babyface. I hate to sound like a broken record, but it continues to boggle my mind why they aren't doing more with O'Neil. He scored a series of wins on Superstars and Main Event earlier this year and those led nowhere, so I don't see this win meaning much of anything, either.
Luke Harper def. R-Truth
As much as I enjoy Harper's work, I found it really hard to care about this match. Not only because Truth was his opponent (which is always a factor), but most of the match consisted of rest holds and nothing notable. It was a glorified squash for Harper, but as I said with O'Neil's win on this show, I don't see it leading to anything. Rather, I get the feeling Creative has no idea what to do with him right now and that's disappointing given how talented he is and where he was on the card only a few short months ago.
While Superstars can occasionally have a good match or two, this wasn't one of those weeks. Neither of the two matches were necessarily bad, but they were mediocre and almost depressing to watch in that it's sad to see how far some of these guys have fallen and/or how they talent isn't currently being utilized. Don't bother wasting your time by watching this episode since you're not missing much if anything at all.