WWE Money in the Bank 2012 Results: Kofi and R-Truth Prove Too Good for Pre-Show
Kofi Kingston and R-Truth didn't deserve that.
The most exciting tag team in the WWE didn't deserve the Money in the Bank pre-show against Hunico and Camacho, two wrestlers who are, depending on whom you ask, going nowhere in this business.
Less than a month after No Way Out proved the tag team game could very well be on its way to making a revival in the WWE, that idea was squashed at Money in the Bank on Sunday night.
Would you have liked to see the tag team champions on the main show?
Kofi and R-Truth are the champions. They are high-flying acrobats who, at times, can be exciting as anyone else in the world, especially if you give them ladders to explode off of.
At the very least, they should have been put on the actual pay-per-view, not the ridiculous pre-show that 13 percent of fans actually care about or watch against a couple of time-fillers.
Speaking of their opponents, why didn't Kofi and R-Truth at least take on Titus O'Neil and Darren Young, the Prime Time Players, who happen to be the No. 1 contenders for the title?
To make things worse, O'Neil and Young took on Primo and Epico in a solid match, while Kofi and R-Truth were relegated in the announcer's table.
Primo and Epico stole the win, and all we were treated to what was a shouting match between the champions and the Prime Time Players. Awesome.
Terrible booking at its finest.
The tag team champions proved all of this to be true on Sunday night.
For most of the match, the exciting duo wasn't able to showcase their insane skills, as they were limited to the ground when Hunico and Camacho had to at least keep things interesting in the beginning.
But when it was time for the champs to retain, things got increasingly better.
Kofi landed a huge Hurricanrana, Truth got in two impressive clotheslines and a power bomb and, finally, Kofi finished off Hunico with a Trouble in Paradise.
When they get the opportunity, the champs can seriously put on a show. It's just a shame they weren't given that opportunity on Sunday at Money in the Bank.
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