The Undercard Part Two
Damien Sandow defeated Dolph Ziggler in a Hampton Hardcore Match. Another week shows us that Sandow and Ziggler do not have much to do right now aside from their random feud. Ziggler picked up a win a few weeks ago in a similar match. Tonight reminded us what WWE really thinks of Ziggler. The comedy was thrown in a little bit, but it seemed like the aggression of the match was added solely by Sandow. Ziggler runs into the corner and ends up being buried onto a trash can. I really enjoyed the match, if I was a casual fan. Picking out flaws of the match would be too easy and really discredit the hard work put into this match. Ziggler and Sandow made some interesting moves look GREAT. The level of determination, the reversal of finishers and the close pinfall victories were all pieces that told this story. It seemed like the crowd really connected as well.
The Miz defeated Kofi Kingston in a very similar match from a night ago. Miz picks up the win with a backslide after ducking an S.O.S from Kingston. There really is not much else to talk about besides the fact that WWE needs to make up their minds on what they want to do with The Miz. If they want this heel turn to feel important, WWE must push it quicker and not let it settle.
The Debut of Xavier Woods
Woods comes out to Brodus Clay's entrance and his dancers. He goes up against Heath Slater in one-on-one action. All that i got out of this match was that Woods is very charismatic and very athletic. They are reserving his skill set for matches with more relevance and importance. This was just a sample size of what he can do. Some of us have already seen what he can do, but not on a big stage on a weekly basis. Time will tell. First thing is first: give him his own entrance and gimmick immediately.
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