By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Paige def. Alicia Fox
This is the third time we've seen this match in the last week and I didn't care about it any more than I did the first time. I realize they have history, but as I've stated before, fans have been given no reason to cheer for Fox. Sure, Paige turned on her, but what exactly about her makes a babyface? The in-ring action was actually good, but the two trading wins doesn't do much for this viewer.
Sin Cara def. Curtis Axel
This match would have meant more if the two had an issue with each other. They branded this as a rematch from last week, but there was nothing about it that was out of the ordinary. It was a well-wrestled match and all, but Axel bores me to tears and Cara is irrelevant (on the main roster, anyway). Cara going over again doesn't do anything to boost his credibility since he's been in a holding pattern for years.
Only days away from Survivor Series, I wish they would have featured more Superstars that will be at the event. Paige vs. Fox was a match done before, but at least both women will be involved in Sunday's pay-per-view. The same can't be said for Cara and Axel unless something else is added at the last minute. I realize this is Superstars and John Cena won't be making an appearance, but it would help if WWE at least featured people the fans actually care about.