Mark Henry defeated Damien Sandow as both men dressed as Santa for the match. It was good vs. bad and the good won. The match was nothing special and was more of a joke than anything. They went to the stage and Sandow trashed the set a bit before picking up the loss. It was very generic and much better than the storyline of Alberto Del Rio running over Santa a year ago. Gosh, these "special" Raw shows can have plenty of bad.
Fandango defeated Dolph Ziggler in a "Present on a Pole" match. I actually thought this match was better than I expected. Both men are really athletic and can sell moves. You saw Ziggler really help Fandango by almost over-selling his moves. Fandango and Ziggler battled up the pole a few times until Ziggler was pushed off and hit his head on the steel steps. I like seeing Fandango getting an opportunity at a championship. He will not win, let's face the reality. Langston will win and both men will focus on the Royal Rumble. Either way, it makes Fandango feel more important when he is in a title match that is "hyped" to some extent.
Total Divass defeated "Not" Total Divas. Instead of breaking down the match, because it was pretty bad, I want to talk about the hottest Divas in the WWE right now. When I watched the "Greatest Superstars of the 90's this past week, I loved seeing Sable, Terri, Chyna, Sunny and more. Now, what is your opinion on the hottest set of Divas in a specific time period? Eva Marie, Summer Rae, Bellas, Naomi and AJ Lee are all attractive in different ways. I still think Torrie Wilson, Stacy Keibler, Lita, Dawn Marie and Trish were the best crop of Divas based on looks. Give me your opinions over @JoshIsenberg4 on Twitter.
Sin Cara defeated Curtis Axel. The fall of Axel is interesting. He beat Triple H on a Raw in the beginning of spring. Now, he loses to an improved Sin Cara. It has only been about 8 months since he debuted as a Paul Heyman guy. Shockingly enough, nobody seems to care how far he has fallen. I sure don't.