WWE's Over the Limit gave us a few pieces of memorable entertainment; some happened in the ring, and others backstage, but as usual Kofi Kingston was a part of one of the wow moments. Kingston's performance was almost enough to make me forget about how bad the main event was, but not quite.
I was hoping I was wrong about how terrible it would be, but it was even worse than I expected. So while the boring humiliation of John Laurinaitis was not a highlight, these three things were.
Kofi Kingston's Trouble In Paradise on Dolph Ziggler
Every pay-per-view Kingston impresses me. Does the WWE realize what type of epic championship matches they are missing out on? They should be putting him against the likes of CM Punk and Daniel Bryan?
I'd settle for a match between him and Dolph Ziggler for a title. Kofi isn't great on the mic, but man is he awesome in the ring. This move was just proof of that.
Santino's Promo With Cody Rhodes
Santino was funny as usual. When he calmed Rhodes down by asking him not "to make a pee pee in his pants," it was a laugh-out-loud moment for me.
Still—I wonder how long it'll be before Santino is moved out of the limelight. There isn't much substance to his presence right now.
Daniel Bryan's Surfboard on CM Punk
This submission was sick. There were a few cool submission moves in this one, but this one was the best of the bunch.
The execution was awesome, and both men sold it well. I know Ziggler is billed as the show-off, but at Over the Limit, Bryan showed us just how talented he is in the ring.
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