The Usos def. Yoshi Tatsu and Darren Young
A decent match, but not great. It was a good opener, mostly because everyone in the match had chemistry.
The Usos were the main focus on this match, which is what I like seeing they have tremendous ability. As for Tatsu and Young, they are just lost on RAW. Tatsu has potential, but has no mic skills. Young is just not a good wrestler, but has charisma.
Either way, The Usos winning was logical and good to build up to a tag team title feud with Santino and Kozlov down the road.
William Regal def. David Hart Smith
Match of the night by far, and definitely my favorite in the last couple of weeks. It is mainly due to me liking William Regal, but this was a very old-school contest.
Regal rarely wrestles anymore, which annoys me, and when he does, it is a short contest where he cannot display his full potential in the ring. This match was the exception, making it a nice, long match with much suspense.
It satisfies me to see Regal winning again, but why? Wouldn't they feel the need to put over Smith?
Tyler Reks def. Chris Masters
These two have fought numerous times before, so it was no surprise Reks would come out with the victory. Boring contest overall.
The last part of the match is where the pace picked up, but that was about it. Unfortunately, I don't ever seeing either of these men getting off Superstars, despite my new interest in Tyler Reks.
Enjoyable last episode of 2010. Superstarshas been decent that last few months, and I don't ever see it changing, that is if it's still around.
This is better than most of the matches we've seen in the past, so keeping this format is suitable for me. Have a happy new year everyone!
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