By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Kofi Kingston def. Sin Cara
Similar to last week's Kingston vs. Justin Gabriel match, I looked forward to this match as I don't think Kingston and Cara have ever squared off in singles competition if I recall correctly. The fun clash of styles made for an enjoyable contest, though I can't say it lived up to my expectations. It wasn't the barn burner of a bout that I thought it would be, but it was decent and the finish was well done, nevertheless.
Jimmy Uso def. WWE Tag Team Champion Stardust
The Usos work much better as a tag team than as singles competitors, hence why I hope they never split up. Even still, they're still component working on their own and Stardust was a good opponent for Jimmy to work with. While it wasn't anything out of the ordinary, they had a nice matchup that effectively furthered their feud. Why couldn't we have gotten this on Raw instead of the other garbage that was featured?
Last week's episode was slightly better, but this edition of Superstars was still solid from an in-ring standpoint. Lord knows the Raw recaps weren't worth watching, but the two matches were pretty good, though neither of them were as "must-see" as Kingston vs. Gabriel was last week. At least a champion being featured made this a more "star-studded" (see what I did there?) show than usual.
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