A-Ry needs to add more moves like this. (Image courtesy of AllWrestlingSuperstars.com)
When we get back from commercial break, Scott Stanford has replaced Matt Stricker on the mic, and Alex Riley is making his way to the ring.
I like A-Ry's intro theme music, but not for A-Ry.
His opponent is Jinder Mahal, complete with holding case for his high-class headgear.
Mahal dominates most of the match, but Riley is getting a good pop from the crowd every time he attempts a comeback—a surprisingly good pop.
I really like Jinder Mahal's aggressive style, but like I've said before, if he eventually wants to evolve into a great main-eventer, he's going to have to put on muscle the way Triple H did or become a better wrestler like Shawn Michaels, Daniel Bryan or CM Punk.
Jinder wins with his extra-spiteful camel clutch.
We get one more reminder about the main event, and are also reminded that Ryder still holds a grudge with Swagger from when he took the US title.
We are then told we get a recap of John Cena and Michael Cole from Monday Night Raw after the commercial break.
Prediction: Jinder will continue to slowly grow on Superstars before jumping to SmackDown and making a huge impact.
Question: Do you think Alex Riley would benefit from being aligned with someone like Vickie Guerrero or AW?