By Graham "GSM" Matthews
Tyson Kidd def. Kofi Kingston
It may not exactly be Raw or even Main Event for that matter, but it's still cool as always to see Kidd getting TV time (or Network time?). He and Kingston work really well together, so it was great that they received a substantial amount of time to have the match they were capable of having. Better yet, Kidd picking up the victory (and via submission at that) was the right move. How did he go from losing to Truth last week and beating Kingston this week? Either way, they need to be more consistent with this character to ensure he's benefiting from this push he's currently getting.
Jack Swagger def. Bo Dallas
I wasn't a fan of the feud these two had going a few months back, but their matches are now more enjoyable since neither guy has much to lose. The commentators acknowledging their history was also a nice touch that made the match mean more than it would have had they not mentioned their past. They worked a solid match with the crowd solidly behind Swagger throughout. The finish was well done with Swagger reversing the Bo-Dog into the ankle lock for the win.
Is it just me or has Superstars been getting better as weeks pass? The matches don't feel as random these days and they're even more entertaining on a consistent basis. Of course, there isn't much storyline progression, but the show isn't as deplorable to sit through as of late. This is coming from someone who skips over the Raw replays, so if wish to have an equally enjoyable viewing experience, I'd suggest doing the same.
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