It was an enjoyable enough SmackDown on the whole. There were a few duds here and there (Khali's match was a waste of time, Cena versus Del Rio and the 3MB bouts weren't anything that special). But the six-man tag contest, Sandow versus Kidd encounter and the main event were all a fun watch. Speaking of Sandow, his new segment was also very amusing and I'm always happy to see him on the mic, I hope it sticks around.
Sandow was the star of the show as per ush. The man is a god on the mic, give him 20 minutes per show, I'm super serial. #SouthParkReference
Enjoyed the team of Kane, Bryan and Kofi. Bryan and Kane getting along now is a refreshing change, their dysfunctional act was getting stale. They need to officially name Bryan's diving headbutt the "flying goat" haha.
Barrett not getting an entrance, then losing gets a though.
I realise where they're going and that WWE will push Roman Reigns straight to the top. However for me, Dean Ambrose is by far the most talented in that group and I think eventually if they just give him the spotlight then he's going to shine. As soon as he touches a mic everyone else can just sit down as he's magic on it. So It remains to be seen, I think they're all talented but to me Dean was the star of that group. I think Roman looks like the star of that group but I don't think he's nearly as talented as Dean.
How many times has Booker pleaded with a wrestler not to cause a fight since becoming GM? Seems like he says the same thing to a wrestler each week 'Come on dawg, i can't have this on my show, please for me dawg don't do this, i can't allow this, there will be consequences if you do this".