WWE Main Event: Kofi Kingston vs. Damien Sandow Rundown

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Damien Sandow Defeats Kofi Kingston: Both superstars got a lot of time in this match. I did not time it, but this had to be easily a 15 to 20 minute match. They worked very hard and tried to make this match last. In the middle, I could see points where they could end the match but instead just continued. I felt this match dragged a bit but had good action. If you’re a fan of these two then go out of your way to see it. If not, it was a really long mid-card match. This match gets a 3.5 out of 5 star rating.

Naomi & Cameron vs. Alicia Fox & Rosa Mendes: This was a typical divas match as many would expect. Naomi & Cameron are no longer the funkadactyls. I am not calling for an overhaul of their characters, but I am saying they cannot dance anymore. The reason I say that is because why should they? If both divas are not a part of Tons of Funk then why are they dancing? It’s like Brodus Clay going out there dancing and then acting like a heel. It’s basic wrestling; a heel does not do baby-face things. As far as Alicia Fox & Rosa Mendes goes, it was nice to see something different. But they had nothing special, so as many of you do, skip it. This match gets a 1.5 out of 5 star rating.

MizTV segment with Brodus Clay, this ends when Tensai interrupts and they both brawl: When I saw this segment I was not excited at all. The story they are telling is not getting over with the fans at all. Most do not care about Miz, Clay or Tensai. If you must wonder why, it’s because we have not been given anything to care about. WWE missed the boat with Brodus Clay when he first debuted as a monster. Once he went to a good guy it was all downhill from there.

Final Verdict: This episode was okay but felt more like filler than anything. It was only shown on international markets and it was obvious. Take my advice, skip it. This episode gets a 5 out of 10 star rating.

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