By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Summer Rae def. Cameron
What in the blue hell was this supposed to be? The last time I checked, both Summer and Cameron are heels, so there was zero reason for the crowd to cheer for either of them. It's not like they have established issues on Total Divas because… well, Summer isn't even on the show anymore. The match was throwaway as a result since it was a whole lot of nothing and it ended only after Summer had a brief comeback and got the win out of nowhere. It was a mess of a match and thankfully it didn't go longer than a few minutes.
Goldust, Stardust and Fandango def. Los Matadores and Justin Gabriel
Did anyone else find it strange that Gabriel appeared to be a heel when he was a lumberjack during the John Cena vs. Seth Rollins match from Raw, yet was on the face team here? Okay, no one else probably cared, but I figured it was worth noting. The six-man format worked to the competitors' benefit as it kept things interesting and the pace consistent. Gabriel and Fandango don't have any real feud going right now, but their addition was harmless. The final few minutes were especially fun and well done, and it was nice to see Gold and Stardust pick up a win for a change.
I expected this edition of Superstars to be all downhill after the abomination that was Summer Rae vs. Cameron, but the six-man tag team match was a lot more enjoyable than I expected it to be. I wouldn't exactly call it "must-see," but it was the only thing out of this show worth going out of your way to see. As noted, the Divas match was a waste of time and the Raw recaps from Monday's lackluster show should be skipped.