By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Kalisto def. Viktor
It's well-established that That Lucha Dragons and The Ascension work well together, but I've grown tired of seeing them constantly work against each other, so it was refreshing to see them clash in singles competition for a change. Moreover, it was nice to see Kalisto spotlighted as I've always believed he has major potential to be a breakout singles star at some point down the line. Although Viktor scored some offense here and there, Kalisto dominated most of the match as he should have and picked up the logical victory.
Bo Dallas def. Fandango
Both of these guys are glorified losers at the moment, so it was hard to care about who won this match, but that's why I guess it was on Superstars and not Raw or SmackDown. It was a pretty nice match while it lasted considering how talented Fandango and Dallas are in the ring, but the crowd was largely dead for it. Dallas scored a rare win, but he'll never catch any momentum as long as he's beating no-namers.
Kalisto vs. Viktor was at least something different, so I appreciated that. That said, the match didn't blow me away by any means and there's no point in tuning in for it. Dallas vs. Fandango was equally pointless and I couldn't even tell you if it was something that we've seen recently or not. Either way, you'd be wasting your time if you watched this episode, so you're better off holding out for a better edition next week.