By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Jack Swagger def. Titus O'Neil
It always bothers me whenever they do the same matches on Superstars that they do on Main Event. It's like they're not even trying, but then again, I don't expect them to with their two bottom-tier shows. They wrestled a decent matchup, but it wasn't anything out of the ordinary. I realize this was taped before their match on Main Event, but why put an end to O'Neil's mini push now? Swagger deserves better, obviously, but if they're going to give O'Neil some momentum, they have to go all the way with it. They can't make him lose random matches at random times. It doesn't do anybody any favors.
Los Matadores def. Gold & Stardust
I couldn't care less about either of these teams at the moment and therefore this match didn't hold my interest. Both teams consist of great athletes, but they haven't meant anything in forever and their goofy gimmicks don't help people take them seriously. It was a fine match, but Los Matadores winning was cringe worthy. You know they'll never be tag team champs, so why give them a win over a somewhat credible team?
A complete throwaway show. The two matches were forgettable and the wrong people went over. It was one of the weakest Superstars shows in recent memory without any redeemable qualities, which is rare. Combine that with Raw being absolutely atrocious on Monday night and the Raw recaps being unbearable to sit through and there is zero reason to tune into this episode.
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