By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Kofi Kingston def. Titus O'Neil
I was glad that the commentators acknowledge this being the rubber match between the two since they have beaten each other in recent weeks, thus making it more meaningful than it'd appear on paper. The action was entertaining and the crowd was more into this match than any of their past encounters. The finish was well done and while I believe more should done with O'Neil, he looked good in defeat here and I had no problem with him taking the loss after the showing he had.
Sin Cara def. Drew McIntyre
The match was well wrestled, but of course, the entire focus of the match was at Los Matadores and 3MB at ringside. It's the feud that will never end, apparently, and Sin Cara being thrown into the mix certainly doesn't make me any more excited for it. It was the basic match you'd expect from these two with nothing out of the ordinary. The comedy bit with everyone going underneath the ring was innovative in a way, but I can't say I got a kick out of it.
The match between O'Neil and Kingston was fun, but hardly something you should go out of your way to watch. McIntyre vs. Sin Cara was forgettable and thus there's no reason to watch this week's episode at all unless you're interested in dumb comedy and reruns from an uninteresting episode of Raw.