More exposure for Hart Dynasty on WWE Superstars
Judging by the amount of TV time The Hart Dynasty is getting, it’s obvious that the powers that be in WWE like what they see from the pink-and-black-clad trio.
Thursday night on WWE Superstars, The Hart Dynasty made its third appearance on a WWE television show this week and headlined its second consecutive program.
Tyson Kidd and David Hart Smith teamed with Jack Swagger Thursday to face The Colons and Christian. The babyfaces prevailed in an entertaining match.
Win or lose, THD is fun to watch. I wouldn’t mind if they were on multiple shows every week.
Other thoughts on Thursday’s show:
While I liked the six-man tag team main event, the two best things about this episode were provided by Maria, who served as the guest referee for the match between Eve and Layla. This may have been the first time ever that I paid more attention to the referee than the wrestlers. …
I did turn my eyes away from Maria long enough to see Eve execute a nice finisher in which she did a cartwheel into a back flip into a splash. Eve still has a long way to go in the ring, but she is getting better. I think the fact the she’s a little thicker than the average diva works to her advantage as far as looking the part of a wrestler. …
At Maria’s request, Eve and Layla seemingly buried the hatchet after their match. That’s good news, because I was having trouble sleeping knowing those two were at war with each other. Perhaps Maria could use her powers of persuasion to get Hulk and Linda Hogan to reconcile. …
My first reaction after Santino Marella lost to Chavo Guerrero was: “Why?” There’s certainly more entertainment value in Marella than Guerreo. The result only makes sense if the Marella-Guerrero program is continuing. The always-funny Marella deserves to get the last laugh.