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Dolph Ziggler defeated Daniel Bryan in an excellent match. First off, Ziggler and Bryan can wrestle a phonebook and I would sit and watch it. Ziggler has great presence and timing in the ring, especially when he knows where to be when Bryan connects with arial assaults. He hit a beautiful dropkick onto Bryan and began the attacks. The show-off mentality came into full focus when he applied a simple headlock on the mat and did a headstand. He has the little things in the ring to separate him from the others, and the same goes with Bryan. These two are excellent and the move from the top shows you how good they really are at being all around talented. I get a little excited when I see Kane and Bryan vs. Big E and Dolph at Wrestlemania. It may not be my first choice, but it would be a great way to add some spotlight to the Tag Team Championships.
The Big Show vs. Seth Rollins ends in no decision after The Shield gets involved. I said this last week and still stick to it: The Big Show needs to remain a heel and still fight off The Shield. I can see him, along with Sheamus and Orton, bickering back and forth and creating an unlikely team the last week before Wrestlemania coming together. They needed something for three main event talents to do, so why not make it official and build the match around if they can coincide? The powerbomb was great, but it fell a little flat before that. It was the same old song and dance since November.
Team Rhodes Scholars lost to Randy Orton and Sheamus. We all knew who was going to win this match, but it actually was very entertaining. Randy Orton hit his usual flurry of moves and seems to be in a comfort zone each week. He does the same thing and it works with the crowd. He is very over and continues to shine with any type of opponent. I wish they had plans for Cody and Damien, but someone has to put over the main eventers. I understand the logic even though I do not agree with it.