Friday Night Smackdown was anything but exciting. Should we be surprised; the man who claims to be Mr Excitement doesn’t have a clue what the word ‘Excitement’ means. The Daniel Bryan / AJ drama needs to come to an end and someone rewrite the script. There is nothing cool about him playing the jerk of a boyfriend who continues to publicly humiliate his ex-girlfriend. AJ plays the part of a girl who lacks both self-respect and self-esteem. She makes women in general look stupid! Can’t figure out where Natalya comes in the whole scenario, but more power to her for not retaliating when AJ tried to vent her frustration on her.
The Cody Rhodes and Big Show feud continues. Cody interference in the match between the Big Show and Alberto Del Rio resulted in Del Rio picking up the win. Give Del Rio credit, he is a great wrestler; but is it me or does it appear that most of the matches he has won there is always some outside interference?
Ryback is being portrayed as a tough wrestler. The problem with this picture is that his opponents are always the guys he can demolish with one blow. So far he has not been given any real competition. Who wants to pay to see a match which is only going to last a few seconds and you know who the winner is going to be even before the bell rings. Come on that’s boring!
The tag team match between Usos and Darren Young and Titus O’Neil was a well contested match. Both Darren and Titus show that they are ready for Friday Night Smackdown. They worked well together and won the match against the Usos.
The match of the night was a six man tag team match seeing The Great Khali, Randy Orton and Sheamus on one team and Cody Rhodes, Daniel Bryan and Mark Henry on the other. The Great Khali was taken out of the equation by Cody Rhodes before the match even got off to a start. The Great Khali wrestling days may be coming to a close as it is obvious is knees don’t hold up that well. Cody’s celebration was cut short when the Big Show whom he had kicked in the head earlier, causing him to lose his match, came out to replace Khali. It was a back and forth match which finally ended with Randy giving Mark Henry the RKO to pick up the win for his team.