The Real Americans defeated Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio in tag team action. The Real Americans pick up a solid win against two guys that should NEVER be in a tag team together. At first, I really wondered if there was anything Rey Mysterio can do. The "dream match" between Cara and Mysterio should not happen because nobody really cares about them. As for Cesaro and Swagger, I really think they have a great thing going on right now. The sheer strength and power from both guys are impressive. Cesaro and Swagger are throw backs to what tag teams should still be. They are not flashy, but are so good in their craft.
R-Truth defeated Fandango. All that I noticed in this match is that Fandango has put on some weight. Truth is an athletic guy, but nobody cares about him. Much like Mysterio, we have seen everything we can get out of Truth. Fandango needs to pick up the win and find relevancy again.
Dolph Ziggler defeated The Miz. I will give credit where credit is due. WWE knew these guys are from the Cleveland area and made a wise decision booking them together tonight. Ziggler and Miz could have potential to be a really good feud. What would they be feuding about, though? Both guys are former world champions with plenty of talent inside and outside of the ring to be wasted each week with a five minute match. I expected much more.
The Uso's defeated Rybaxel. Once again, WWE puts on a good match with Jimmy and Jey. After some technical moves from Jimmy and Curtis, Ryback gets in the ring and showcases his wreck less power. Ryback blind tags himself in and sets up for Shell Shocked. Jimmy reaches over and does the same blind tag, so he is able to superkick Ryback as Jey splashes Axel on the floor, and Jimmy follows with a top rope splash for the win. The fast action, the quick pace and the excitement is solely because of The Uso's. They should be a prime candidate to face New Age Outlaws, possibly as a dark match for WrestleMania. That would not be a bad thing whatsoever.