The Undercard Part Two
-Divas musical chairs…. yes, this happened on Raw. It basically set up Total Divas vs. WWE Divas for Survivor Series. Nothing to really comment on here.
Big Show defeated Ryback in an old school heavyweight fight. I actually did not mind this because it shows that Big Show is healthy and needed a warm-up match before Survivor Series. He was limited in what he could do because of how Ryback fights. I was surprised that Ryback hit his finisher only for Show to kick out. Big Show looks like he is in the best shape of his life. I would have had Orton get the upper hand heading into Survivor Series. He would get crushed with a spear from Big Show and looks extremely pissed after the match. Orton is the underdog. Shouldn't the chaser, not the champion, be the underdog? Big Show needs to show more vulnerability since he had the upper hand a week ago.
The Miz Turns Heel on Kofi Kingston. This was surprising for me. We all know that Miz is a guy who was SO MUCH better as a heel than a face. Is it that impactful that he did it on a guy like Kingston? If WWE wanted to have Miz immediately back into an important role in the WWE, he should have turned on a much higher profiled superstar. I am really hoping they give him more importance as real and vintage heels are going by the wayside. We have so many heel stables, but lack many really legit heel single superstars.
AJ Lee defeated Vickie Guerrero. This was punishment by The Authority, as Vickie was partially to blame for last week. She tries to faint and fake an injury. AJ makes her tap quickly and that is it. I really wish AJ Lee had something interesting to do. Side note: Why does WWE give us heel wrestler vs. heel authority figure? How the hell does this make sense? It was okay with Maddox because he ended getting a few cheers. NOBODY CHEERS FOR VICKIE.
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