Alberto Del Rio Vs Damien Sandow was a very good match, even though Sandow has been losing to the likes of Del Rio and Sheamus, he has looked good in the matches and it feels like he belongs there, mixing it up with the big names. I mean, he and Cody are the only 2 lower-level guys who got to interact with The Rock. Sandow, a possible Money In The Bank winner?
Miz Vs Cesaro was great again, this feud has been going on for too long, but all the matches have been good. This one was 2 out of 3 falls, and the extended length made for a top match. It was really dumb to have one of the falls happen in a commercial break though, I'm not going to download your dumb app! Stop it! But yeah, Miz and Cesaro have good chemistry, but I kind of just want this to be over so they both can move on, Cesaro needs to be WWE or Heavyweight Champ!
Team Hell No Vs PTP was a fun reversal from last week, it was surprising that PTP actually won, and the Goat-Face mask was hilarious. I wonder, are they actually blindfolded? I think they pretty much have to see to be able to nail the comedy bits, but both Kane and Bryan are good enough that they probably actually could do it sightless.
Swagger and Colter continue to be awesome villains, and cemented it by going after JR. I liked how they used continuity of JR being the guy who recruited Swagger to the WWE in the first place, and how they raised up the possibility of 'brain-washing' again, which could be a way to face-turn Swagger at the end of this. This is just a great feud, I can't wait to see Del Rio punch Swagger's lights out, and for Ricardo to do the same to Zeb.
Fandango is both terrible and awesome at the same time, I love it! The way he rubs himself is just creepy.
Orton Vs Big Show was decent, I liked that he did his rope-DDT thing or whatever on Show, and that there was a new wrinkle in The Shield run-in, they haven't gone after bad guys before, and they kind of forgot about Big Show, until he popped Reigns in the head. Great unexpected moment, and it made sense that they would be afraid of a pissed-off Show.
The version of Smackdown I saw didn't have any Social Media BS, I think because it was the UK version, but it was probably better for it.