Last week's opening match showcased Titus O'Neil vs. Zack Ryder. The episode relived an epic match between The Wyatt Family vs. The Shield from Monday Night Raw. The final match on the card was between Los Matadores and Curtis Axel teamed with Ryback.
We are joined this evening by future potential HOF commentators Tom Phillips and Byron Saxton on the road to WrestleMania.
MATCH: Sin Cara vs. Alberto Del Rio
Del Rio catches Sin Cara with vicious punches and kicks, leaving Sin Cara down as he opens the match. Sin Cara counters with high-flying moves and throws Del Rio outside of the ring. Both competitors are back in the ring as Del Rio commands the match again. Near-fall, Sin Cara kicks out. Tornado DDT applied by Sin Cara! Both competitors are down. Sin Cara is up and mobile again and evading and countering Del Rio like a young Rey Mysterio, Jr. Sin Cara misses a Senton Bomb only to be smacked by a Del Rio boot to the face. Del Rio pins Sin Cara.
WINNER: Alberto Del Rio via pinfall
A promo airs, recapping the Undertaker and Brock Lesnar feud.
A Raw Rewind airs, recapping the Hulkster's announcement of the Andre the Giant 30-man memorial battle royal that will take place at WrestleMania XXX as well as the following John Cena and Bray Wyatt segment.
WrestleMania highlights from over the past thirty years in WWE history roll, and we are reminded that we are only 3 weeks away now!
Now they remind us that Total Divas is airing this Sunday. These women are such professional athletes, I must say.
MATCH: Fandango vs. Dolph Ziggler
Fandango is accompanied to the ring by Summer Rae. As Ziggler makes his entrance to the ring, he signals Summer Rae to call him later. Ziggler is clearly the crowd favorite tonight. The match starts off with an amazing amount of intensity. Fandango hits an elbow on Ziggler to counter a pseudo-Sleeper Hold and the crowd continues to enthuse Ziggler. Ziggler hits a dropkick on Fandango. Fandango counters Ziggler's next attempt to knock him down and Summer loves it. She smiles and cheers while Fandango tosses Ziggler outside of the ring. Ziggler attempts an Irish whip, but Fandango counters. Fandango tries to then pin Ziggler once back in the ring, but Ziggler kicks out. Summer Rae slaps Ziggler in his face while Fandango seems to be in charge of this match and violently chokes Ziggler with his knee on the bottom rope. Fandango tries for another pin attempt. Ziggler kicks out again. According to Fandango, Ziggler is a cheap, generic ripoff of himself. Fandango whips Ziggler into a turnbuckle and we see Ziggler eat it! Hard hit to yet and another near pinfall for Ziggler. The crowd roars "let's go Ziggler" as we watch him get back on his feet and hit a flurry of wild strong jabs onto Fandango. Fandango is able to counter Ziggler, connecting with a spinning roundhouse on Ziggler and rolling him into a cover. Kick out! Summer Rae is not pleased by these events. Fandango decides to take a trip to the top rope when Ziggler counters to connect a heavy forearm to Fandango's face. He gets Fandango to a turnbuckle and gets on the second rope. As Dolph Ziggler stands there, the crowd pops and counts as Ziggler tees off 10+ punches to Fandango's face. Ziggler tries a signature move and pin attempt to no avail. Summer Rae seems stressed and perhaps I should offer her condolences? Ziggler attempts a "Famouser" but misses and gets rolled into a pin. Kick out again! Ziggler keeps momentum on his side and is able to connect with a Famouser! Fandango kicks out! Fandango hits Ziggler with a reverse suplex bomb and now Ziggler kicks out. Dolph is still alive. Back and forth action! Zig Zag from out of nowhere rolled into a cover for 1.2.3!
WINNER: Dolph Ziggler via pinfall.
WWE showcases the upcoming Scooby-Doo movie and recaps the Daniel Bryan "Occupy Raw" situation.
WrestleMania 30 is just three weeks away...
Tonight's episode of WWE Superstars showcased former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Alberto Del Rio vs. Sin Cara. Personally, I'm not a huge fan of either Superstar. Del Rio's in-ring ability is pretty weak in my opinion. Sin Cara's lucha libre style of wrestling is usually very entertaining for me to watch—however, he looked like he may be eating too many Big Macs and fries from McDonald's on the road as of late. Summer Rae accompanied Fandango to the ring and interfered during the match. Don't you just love seeing our Divas in action? Summer Rae has to be my favorite Diva for the sole reason that I watched her wrestle front row at Fan Axxess right before witnessing WrestleMania XXIX live in MetLife, NJ. Summer's ability to get the crowd going is infectious. Hell, my girlfriend even couldn't get jealous over me smiling, giggling and enthusiastically cheering her on like she was Miss America at WrestleMania. Summer Rae has the "it" factor for entertainment. Her in-ring ability as a wrestler is first class and therefore, she receives my title for top performer of the night on WWE Superstars. Overall WWE Superstars reminds me of the original WWE Superstars show that would broadcast on Saturday mornings. As a young boy, I would record each episode over and over on the same VHS tape each week. The drawing factor to this show comes into play when thinking of historical WWE Superstars moments that have happened over the years. Truth is, you never know what will happen in the ring when you watch any WWE syndication. Tune in next week for live updates on WWE Network's reignited and action packed gem from the past, WWE Superstars!
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