The Undercard Part Two
Los Matadores defeated 3MB in a match that was very similar to what we saw on Monday. After some fancy tag team moves, Slater was able to clothesline one of the men. Mahal came in and would be a victim of more unique offensive moves. I loved the double team backdrop and suplex that was executed. The gimmick may be a little ridiculous, but Primo and Epico are solid workers who are more creative than most in the ring.
Brie Bella defeated Aksana in Divas action. Not much to note here besides AJ Lee coming out with Tamina Snuka by her side. Do we really need to have AJ Lee partnered up with someone every single feud? No matter who it is, AJ Lee will overshadow them and be the more important character. Snuka needs to be by herself, get repackaged, and come back to actually contribute to the division. Leave AJ to do her own thing.
Kofi Kingston defeated Big E Langston. This match lasted just a few minutes. This is so illogical because Langston put on a length and good match against Punk, but loses to Kingston so quickly? Langston tackles Kofi and splashes him. He throws him in the corner but Kofi kicks him in the head and heads to the top rope. Langston catches Kofi, only to have Kofi shift his weight and counter with a rollup for the win.
The Wyatt Family comes out to interrupt and surround Kingston. Bray preaches about this Sunday being the first of many to fall, then he tells them to follow the buzzards and cackles as the feed cuts out. I am alright with Bray vs. Kofi at WWE Battleground. While it is a step down from his match against Kane, it is a Pay Per View match for a young guy who has the backing by all the right people backstage. All in all, Bray will pick up a win and possibly get interrupted by someone. Kane returns to save an ailing Kingston, maybe?
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