So it's been over a year since Randy Orton and Christian have had a match, and yet they still do callbacks to their previous matches and finishes. I approve of that!
CM Punk and Paul Heyman also appeared on Smackdown to further their intrigues, with Punk sticking up for Heyman after he took some abuse from Alberto Del Rio in the main event. Does that make up for Curtis Axel's actions on Raw?
Sorry for the short thread, but it's late. Lets hear what everyone else has to say!
1) AJ's physics lesson to Big E. about how Kaitlyn's man arms make her less aerodynamic. 2) Big E.'s shirt. 3) Big E laughing at her. 4) Could the Bellas confronting AJ lead to a reverse Good Friends, Better Enemies scenario where the Chickbusters are forced to reunite even though they loathe each other to face the threat of the Bella Twins? (Someone in WWE please say yes.)
Drew McIntyre got a ton of offense in that match. I loved Part II of the 3MB-Can't-Catch-Ziggler saga, that was brilliant. Dolph got to live up to his nickname (twice!) and 3MB got to look like chumps.
I'm pretty sure Summer Rae cringed when Fandango dropped the leg on Justin Gabriel before realizing that this was not the appropriate reaction a split-second later.
Punk and Joseph Park should hold a Sudden-Hulkout competition. That crazed look in Punk's eyes when he saw Heyman being attacked was fantastic.
That was some twisted logic by Teddy Long to have Paul Heyman out there commentating on Punk's match. Of course, Heyman probably wanted exactly that. But he did such a great job putting across the face of a concerned, hesitant friend.
Woof, this is another late one. Worth it, though, 'cause this week's go-home show is another winner. If I can say one definitive thing about NXT, it's that they really know how to sell a big show. We start off the show with the Revival.