WWE: What You Missed on the Other 4 Shows; Another Survivor Series Match?

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WWE: What You Missed on the Other 4 Shows; Another Survivor Series Match?
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The WWE continues to build toward a successful Survivor Series while those superstars that are underutilized attempt to build their careers toward Raw or SmackDown. This is your weekly review of WWE's four shows: NXT, Main Event, Superstars and Saturday Morning Slam.

After giving you the rundown on the shows that you probably never watch, I take a deeper look at how the superstars showcased on these programs could improve the November pay-per-view. What is the best possible 5-on-5 traditional Survivor Series elimination match you could build using only performers we see on these lesser shows?

I'd really like to hear what my readers think (and that especially applies to you, Dustin's Diamonds).

My "notes" version of all four shows is below.

If it piques your interest enough to read on, the slideshow breaks down the shows individually, segment by segment, complete with my questions and predictions.

 

Notes

On NXT, Kassius Ohno defeated Trent Barreta in a rematch that will likely have at least a round three, and Big E. Langston made short work of Memo Montenegro. Vickie Guerrero announced she has placed a $5,000 bounty on Langston's head after he rejected her last weak. Chad Baxter tried to earn that reward but is easily thwarted by Langston.

Luke Harper debuted as the first member of the Wyatt Family, as Ray Wyatt sends him to defeat Jason Jordan. Ramon Reigns gives a weak promo, and Jinder Mahal defeats Bo Dallas, Justin Gabriel and Drew McIntyre in a Fatal Four-Way to earn a rematch against Seth Rollins for the NXT Championship next week.

On Main Event, Sheamus managed to get a victory over Wade Barrett as The Big Show watched from ringside, and a match between R-Truth and Heath Slater ended in a disqualification after Jinder Mahal got into the ring to break up a three-count.

The Big Show also laid out Matt Striker backstage, and it was announced that next week's episode will feature a WWE Tag Team championship match between Team Hell No and Team Rhodes Scholars.

On Superstars, Jimmy Uso starts things off with a victory over Jinder Mahal. Justin Gabriel gets a win over Tensai that really can't be thought of as an upset, considering the slight push Gabriel has received lately and the lack of push for Tensai. Two long Raw Rebounds prevent the show from hosting more than two matches.

On Saturday Morning Slam, the Usos open the show with a victory over the Primetime Players, while The Great Khali makes short work of Primo in the main event. The Video Vault segment shows highlights of WWE giants The Great Khali, The Big Show and Andre the Giant.

Now, if you care to read more about any of these happenings, please enjoy the slideshow.

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