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Here’s a WWE Superstars double shot from Julius Johnson! Going into the 9/24 show, I hadn’t been expecting much. The card is underwhelming, there’s ANOTHER Brodus Squash, and the main event has Ted DiBiase in it, which stinks of mediocre in my eyes. Regardless, everyone wrestling tonight understands their craft well enough to survive without breaking someone’s neck(I think). If that’s the case, then it can not be too painful, can it? …

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Zack Ryder and Drew McIntyre have a rematch, and I’m nuts to watch it. Why? Ryder has been on a rising path, in my eyes proving wrong those who said he couldn’t back up the hype of his show with actual ring results. Drew always seems to go all out in Superstars Main Events. That should be enough to get any true wrestling fan excited. While I’m not sure what the rest of the card …

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For once, I am not at all sure what the whole card is for tonight’s show. I’ve heard Daniel Bryan makes another appearance, which is always a welcome addition, while Tyler Reks and Curt Hawkins not only get a match, but they seemed to have teamed up together! Should be an interesting view, and even more shocking is their opponents: Titus O’Neill and Percy Watson?! I may be oblivious of the full card, but what …

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A change in quality and product has apparently occurred on WWE Superstars in the last few weeks. We have another episode that features much more popular WWE Superstars. This week’s main event is R-Truth vs. John Morrison! I really don’t know what happened to cause this change, but I am not complaining in the slightest, as I feel this is how the show should be: get some bigger name stars, especially mid-and upper mid-card talent, …

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This week almost seems like a blessing. Tonight we get two matches that are bigger than a normal Superstars match, and both of them include four of my favorite WWE superstars. There’s still a Brodus squash match in there, but I think the quality elsewhere outweighs that one match. Not only that, but with names like Sheamus and Daniel Bryan on the card, it makes you feel like more “important” wrestlers are getting some matches …

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After sitting through one of the first Superstars where I felt bored throughout the whole thing, we get a much more promising card. There’s still a squash match here, but its bunched together with with at least two matches that have the potential to be killer. A much better and more satisfying episode of Superstars than last week. It was filled with quality matches that actually gave you a reason to watch, and made a …

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A little late with the Superstar review this week, half the show has already been fired before I even review their matches. If there was one WWE show worth watching this week, it’s Superstars. Each match had something to like, and they all seemed to get a fair amount of time. You truly just never know who to expect o Superstars, which adds to the enjoyment of the show. Raw and Smackdown you pretty much …

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This week’s Superstars featured minimal recaps. There’s just so many guys on the roster who need time on this show, and so little of that time to give out to them. This is basically Santino Marella’s show, as he’s seemingly been featured more than anyone in 2011. Gabriel and Slater parted ways, so now they’re taking turns showing up on here. The main event features a former Heavyweight Champion, so I guess that says something. …

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This episode of Superstars showcases how great of a Lightweight/Cruiserweight division the WWE has. Now if only they could hold a tournament to crown a champion of this wildly talented division. The show features some solid wrestling, although in quick spurts. There’s also a recap of Monday’s events, which has become standard issue on Superstars at this point. As long as they don’t get out of hand with the recaps, Superstars is as good of …

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This week they gave more time to wrestling than recaps, and I’m stoked about that. Four matches to one recap is a fair ratio. I haven’t seen Curt Hawkins in what feels like ages, but was really just the last time Santino and Zack Ryder met on this very show. It’s funny that the Divas match was the main event, but I can’t say that Beth Phoenix isn’t the best wrestler featured on this episode …

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