The duo formerly known as Epico & Primo have been gaining momentum these past few weeks and it has come once again at the cost of 3MB, who are officially the biggest jobbers on the grand stage. Los Matadores utilized a tag team skillset to win the match, besides each of them looking good individually. It has been a while since we have seen Ziggler and Langston in the same ring together, and they work tremendously well with each other. Maybe it has to do with the classic stylistic matchup between a high flyer and a juggernaut – in which Langston has no problem throwing half the roster around like ragdolls. Ziggler picked up the victory in this match. A solid, old-schooled match between an athlete who will be the future of the company versus another who cannot find himself in the upper-card picture after years of hard work. Kofi excels in matches like these, but you have to wonder how long he is willing to do that for. Sandow got the nod in this match, and both competitors had a really impressive contest together. The Miz caught “The Viper” off guard after Randy Orton and Shawn Michaels traded attempts to tear each other’s heads off, as last week’s Raw started off impressively. This match was a good kickoff to the action that would follow and both competitors worked hard in a short but competitive contest. CM Punk could be put against almost anybody in the company and find a way to make a good match out of it. This is the second time in a month that he has faced Langston, and their match was slightly better this time than their contest on Raw a few weeks ago. Langston was an athlete who was more or less directionless until now – as he helped the winner Punk fight off Ryback and Curtis Axel at the end of the match. It was another six-man tag match involving Daniel Bryan and the Rhodes brothers against The Shield, and it obviously did not disappoint. It seems easy for the promotion to make main events these days, as they almost come effortlessly with The Shield always in the fold against the top faces in the company. A nice bump for Cody and Goldust onto the announce table was the highlight, as their team won. This match between NXT’s two top superstars was one of the best matches in NXT history that featured homegrown talent on the show. These two competitors will surely be major players going forward, and it is only a matter of time before they become more popular by appearing on the company’s flagship shows. With JBL restarting the match because of Dallas’ foot on the ropes, an exposed turnbuckle gave Dallas the victory. This was a very good match, and it is a shame that not a lot of people got to see it unless they tuned into Main Event this week. We are all for Ambrose and Ziggler matches, yet it is frustrating to see Ziggler do the job to Ambrose for nearly over a month now. Hopefully Ziggler can find success somehow and win a title of his own. Alberto Del Rio and Daniel Bryan battled in the co-main event on Raw and despite Randy Orton interfering by way of stalking The Bella Twins on the Titantron, we were treated to a match from two superstars we normally do not see compete against each other. This could have been the WWE’s way to see if these two could have a lengthily feud in the future. Dusty Rhodes’ sons made history by winning the WWE Tag Team Championship last Monday night on Raw, and this main event battle was one of the best matches on network television that we have seen from the company this year. Big Show made a surprise appearance towards the end, evening out the odds and helping the Rhodes brothers defeat The Shield for the titles — with an irate Triple H closing the show.
World Wrestling Entertainment provided fans with a great week of action throughout every one of their most popular weekly shows. There were at least a dozen matches that were worth watching twice last week, with great technical wrestling alongside entertaining spots to keep us satisfied.We round up the best ten that made the cut for this installment of WWE’s Best Matches of The Week.