The Undercard Part Two
The Brotherhood defeated The Real Americans. If I could think of any knock on the champions in the past, it would be that they do not do many tag team moves together. This changed a bit tonight. They executed a double suplex and really looked crisp in the ring. Cesaro and Swagger are so good together. They are a machine that works together in the ring because of how similar they are. Both men are brawlers, technicians, that focus on what their strongest feature is. Cesaro uses his arms and his upper body strength, while Swagger uses his speed and size from his amateur wrestling days. The match was excellent. Rhodes was able to hit a disaster kick and take Swagger to the outside. Antonio Cesaro hit a tough uppercut and Goldust had to come in and clean house. The end came when Goldust hit his finisher on Swagger. The champions pick up the victory and continue to look great. Would a rematch at Royal Rumble be out of the question? If not then, when? Who takes the straps from Cody and Goldy?
The Great Khali defeated Damien Sandow. All you need to realize is this: Damien Sandow went from DX beating him up to losing to Khali while Sgt. Slaughter was the referee. His foot was on the rope, so expect this to last another week. I would rather watch Charlie Haas write a book than watch this continue.
Aksana and Alicia Fox defeated The Bella Twins. Not a bad tag team match between four Divas. I was pleasantly surprised to see Nikki and Brie suffer the loss. With no Diva really dominating, aside from AJ Lee, this would be a great time for them to experiment with other Divas. Aksana continues to get better in the ring and has a great look. I hope they give her more time to evolve and develop a personality.
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