By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Titus O'Neil and Jack Swagger def. The Social Outcasts
This was the same exact match that was held on Main Event this week, so it was virtually nothing new. They once again worked a formulaic tag team match with Swagger making the hot tag to O'Neil before ultimately picking up the victory. And again, the live crowd was more engaged in the action than I thought they would be for a Superstars match. Their energy certainly made the match more fun for me.
Zack Ryder def. Stardust
Ryder and Stardust are no strangers to one another as there was a time earlier this year where they were facing each other seemingly every week on Superstars and Main Event. It's been long enough since their last in-ring encounter that this didn't feel like a retread and was a rather enjoyable affair. Ryder continues to look more motivated than ever and I commend Stardust for putting forth a strong effort in all of his matches, though I firmly believe he'll never get to the next level until he goes back to being Cody Rhodes.
It's hard to recommend a show that featured a Main Event rematch and a match we've seen countless times in the past, but on the bright side, both bouts were entertaining while they lasted. Even the Raw replays weren't exactly worth watching considering how mediocre the show was this past week, so you're likely better off skipping this edition of Superstars.