We venture to the other side of the pond for WWE Superstars for April 19th 2012. Two men who know each other very well, two former United States Champions collided when R-Truth takes on Jack Swagger. Let's not waste time chatting, let us sit down and review WWE Superstars for April 19th 2012.
WWE Superstars April 19th 2012 Review
Jinder Mahal defeated Yoshi Tatsu
Each and every day, a little rain must fall. Both of these men are looking for a win in the 2012-2013 WWE Season. Yoshi Tatsu is the most talented wrestler in WWE that will likely never be in a big time Pay Per View feud and to me that is sad. He does put on a good performance with Mahal but the kick is avoided. Mahal knees Yoshi right in the back of the head and Mahal Clutch is slapped on. Yoshi has no choice but to submit. Fairly decent opening match all things considered, as I've seen far worse matches with Jinder Mahal.
Maybe he's improving.
The great promo Brock Lesnar cut is replayed. John Cena against Brock Lesnar at Extreme Rules 2012, that promo got me excited.
Eve Torres defeated Kelly Kelly
Matt Striker warns us about women like Eve. Good advice, Striker. Also there is a mention that eventually Karma will catch up to Eve. Or maybe Kharma? Coincidence or foreshadowing, you be the judge. Nine million hours later, these two divas had a match that dragged, with Kelly Kelly doing her three moves of doom. The rotating headscissors, the handspring elbow, and the Stinkface, but Eve plucks her out of the corner. Flair pin for the pin. Eve Torres picks up the win on WWE Superstars.
Another recap of CM Punk and Chris Jericho, with Jericho's recent allegations about Punk at the pub.
R-Truth defeated Jack Swagger
Little Jimmy leads R-Truth to the ringside area. A pretty slow start but this match picked up in the end. This had a "Let's Go Swagger," Swagger Sucks" dueling chant right in the crowd. Eventually Swagger missed that one move, and R-Truth hits the Little Jimmy to pick up the win.
Overall a rather lackluster episode of Superstars this week, really nothing going out of your way of seeing.