By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Damien Sandow def. Sin Cara
The ending outcome shouldn't have been as obvious as it should have been given that Sin Cara has scored two victories over Sandow in the past, but that didn't any suspense to the match. It was well wrestled, but it felt like it dragged on longer than it needed to. The crowd wasn't invested in the action at all, which isn't surprising given that both guys haven't mean much as of late. I was happy to see Sandow score the victory, but how much does a win over Sin Cara mean nowadays? I could go on a rant as to why they should be doing more with them, but I'd just sound like a broken record.
Tamina Snuka def. Natalya
With Tamina contending for the Divas Championship in only a few days, it was rather obvious that this was nothing more than enhancement match to boost his momentum. My biggest gripe with matches between Tamina and Natalya is that they're both very good workers, but they're never given enough time. If nothing else, they made the most out of the time they were allotted here and Tamina hitting the superkick on Natalya for the finish was a sweet finisher.
The show featured some stars in Sandow and Tamina, but their matches were so insignificant that they aren't worth going back to watch. They were necessarily bad, but both bouts were glorified squashes and were nothing notable. So, you're better off skipping this week's Superstars.
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