Tag Team Fatal Four Way coming up, to determine the number one contenders for the Tag Team Titles. Because, who gives a shit? Throw-away titles that are just never thrown away.
It would appear that Justin Gabriel is once again healthy, as he was back to team up with Tyson Kidd. They faced Darren Young and Titus O’neil (the primetime players) the Usos and Primo and Epico.
Now, I am not an educated man, but a Fatal Four Way match to me is when all four competitors get in the ring at the same time, there are precious few rules and the best or luckiest man wins it all. Not so much in this match. It was a four-team tag match, where you could tag out to any corner, but only two guys could be in the ring at once. Stupid.
And they fought. And some of it was good until they let Darren Young get involved. God he’s awful. Titus isn’t a whole lot better, but I’ll take ‘em since they’re a for-real tag team. There was a kill ‘em all maneuver outside of the ring where Tyson Kidd gave Primo a Hurricana off the top rope and onto a pile of wrestlers waiting on the floor.
And finally. Finally, it’s over. A.W. (Abraham Washington, promoter for Primo and Epico) screws them over by pulling Epico out of the ring and allowing the Primetime Players to get the victory. He then celebrates with them and it sets up a really nice storyline with these teams and the manager…if they pursue it on TV, that is. Chances are it will be forgotten because Cena has to make dick jokes or something.
Anyhow, we get a Money in the Bank promo and a recap on the oh-so-exciting legal issues between Triple H and Brock Lesnar. Boy that’s good sports right there.