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Fandango kicked things off by dancing/flirting with Lilian Garcia, but soon dropped her and claimed how bad her dance skills were. His opponent Santino Marella then joined him and and made a few lame jokes then danced to Fandango's theme. It wasn't a great opening to the show.
Fandango pinned Santino Marella in an average outing. Unlike his dancing Fandango showed little flair in the ring and both men gave rather pedestrian displays.
Kofi Kingston bested Wade Barrett in a largely pedestrian contest. There were a few decent moments but to be honest the match ups between these two tend to start to blur together for me, there's never anything remarkable or that exciting that seems to occur when they lock up. Plus the amount of times Kofi's had a push killed off has almost numbed me to him getting a win because I just don't see it leading to anything significant.
Backstage Sheamus gained some payback on Mark Henry when he barged him through a railing during an interview. Just before that when quizzed as to why he'd been attacking Sheamus as of late, Henry replied with "Because it's what I do" well at least that's all cleared up then. What a nonsensical feud.
Alberto Del Rio beat Jack Swagger in a decent enough encounter. As with each of their contests there is solid wrestling but just a lack of real interest there. Swagger's lost momentum fast since Elimination Chamber and Del Rio has a lack of any character, and it's hard to invest in a match when you have little interest in the participants themselves.
The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns) appeared on the big screen and claimed that Ryback looking on at them taking out Cena on this week's Raw was evidence that he realised they were delivering real justice. They also said that while The Undertaker has an unbeaten streak at WrestleMania, they have an unbeaten streak period and that his time "is up" come next Monday when they face him and Team Hell No in a six-man tag bout. Looking forward to that one.
The Great Khali, Hornswaggle and Natalya bested Epico, Primo and Rosa Mendes in an average mixed tag match. The quality of the bout was hardly a surprise, I mean Epico and Primo could only do so much with the limited Khali and Hornswaggle.
Big Show and Mark Henry toppled Randy Orton and Sheamus in a pretty unremarkable tag bout for the most part. There were fair periods but unfortunately they were overrun by pedestrian action and dull submission holds. Afterwards Show and Henry celebrated together and seemed pretty close-knit, could they be forming a new team? The tag division could use more relevant teams right now.
Overall it was a mediocre and forgettable show for the majority, with only the Shield promo and Del Rio versus Swagger encounter bordering above average, and even they weren't anything that special. Poor offering form the blue brand this week, and that's saying something.