SmackDown Review: Huge 10-Man Tag Team Match

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Cesaro vs. Dolph Ziggler

Cesaro used his remarkable strength to overpower Ziggleer in the early going of the match.

Cesaro had Ziggler set up, but Ziggler reversed into a roll-up for the win.

Ziggler defeats Cesaro via pinfall.

3.75 out of 5 stars – Really good match. These two are really a match made in heaven. Cesaro’s unbelievable strength, combined with Ziggler’s unbelievable selling made for an awesome match. This is one I certainly want to see on a pay-per-view one day.

After the match, Cesaro attacked Ziggler and beat him down in the corner. Sheamus, who was on commentary, ran in to stop the attack. He tossed Cesaro the title, before delivering a Brogue Kick, driving the title into Cesaro’s face.

Stardust and Goldust backstage

Stardust seemed to be playing “good cop, bad cop” all by himself, as he talked about the WWE Tag Team Championship, and the legitimacy of Jey Uso’s knee injury.

Goldust came in and told Stardust that The Usos will get what they deserve at Night of Champions, and that him and Stardust will get what they deserve as well.

I’m really liking these two as a heel team. I didn’t like it at first, but the act is really growing on me.