The Uso's defeated Cody Rhodes and Goldust
The Uso's start off fast, but Cody locks in the arm of Jimmy to get his offense going. The Uso's work on Cody with some nice double team moves. Cody corners Jey and Goldust pounds away at his stomach. Goldust hits a few knees to the chest and gets a two count. We get back from commercial break and Cody flies through the air. He and Jey exchange blows back and forth until Cody stomps away. The Uso's fly through the air and hit suicide dives to the outside. Cody takes the loss for his team in an entertaining match.
Well, it seems like Cody and Goldust were much more aggressive and more "heel-like." The offense they possessed was not about flash and entertainment. It was more methodical and intense, something you seem from the heels of the WWE.
Cody leaves off and Goldust looks around, wondering what is going on. Maybe we have overlooked the fact that Cody and Goldust could potentially be a heel tag team. I would not be against this, even though Cody vs. Goldust needs to happen.
Nikki Bella defeated Natayla
This is another match to spotlight the feud on Total Divas. Natalya flips on the ring and Nikki gets a pinfall. Natayla bridges up and slams her butt into Nikki's back. She hits a clothesline and then another two count. Natayla goes for a surfboard stretch but Nikki flips through. Eva Marie is the referee and apparently screws up the count. Who knows, but it looks like Nikki picks up another meaningless win.
Sheamus defeated Titus O'Neil
Titus cuts a promo about Sheamus not even being from the United States. He tells him to get out of his ring. Sheamus hits a Brogue Kick and that ends Titus' night. Yeah, who really cares about this? Give me an opponent for Sheamus. If they want to bury all of the talent, it is only going to water down the mid card product they give the fans each week.
Santino defeated Damien Sandow
Santino wins in under a minute with the Cobra. Sandow gets upset and yells on the microphone afterwards. Sandow says he is a great soldier.
Another squash of a match for what reason? Damien Sandow is going to do something for WWE, but I am not sure that they know. He says he is handcuffed right now. I love the sense of realism here, but what does it do for him to lose again and again. It makes it hard to really buy him as a big contender for ANY title. I want more for Sandow, but will they let him thrive?
Cesaro defeated R-Truth
A third match that lasted under 2 minutes. Cesaro hits a European Uppercut and then the Neutralizer for the win.
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