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1Round two of last night’s Superstar Shakeup has come and gone and I can’t help, but feel that Smackdown got the raw end of the stick. I mean you look at who Raw acquired and you immediately think improvement to Vince’s baby which has been lagging for a while behind Smackdown Live. Then you look at who Smackdown Live acquired with the only major ones being Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Charlotte, and The New Day. Rusev will be an interesting addition to the show, but he’s injured. Tamina Snuka hasn’t wrestled in a while and Lana is now going to be a wrestler? The Shining Stars, Sin Cara, and Jinder Mahal? Really? That is who Smackdown Live gets in place of the studds that left? Oh wait, they also got Bryon Saxton for the commentary team while David Otunga moves to Raw which makes no sense at all. Nevertheless, there was a match that featured new acquisition from NXT Tye Dillinger taking on a lonesome Aiden English in a one on one match for Smackdown Live. Aiden was already in the ring when it came to the match and he attempted to sing for the crowd until he was interrupted by the perfect ten.

4Tye started off the match outsmarting English and showing him up with his ten chants which only seemed to anger the former Vaudevillian. Aiden would take control of the match and he started punishing the perfect 10 with rights and lefts to the head and midsection. After a little too much showboating, his advantage disappeared in the blink of an eye and Dillinger was on a roll with an Irish whip to the corner followed by a smash and some kicks to the chest. That only set him up for the inevitable which was the Tyebreaker and that was all she wrote as Tye walked away with another win on Smackdown Live. Tye is a very good addition to the WWE roster and I am anxious to see what he offers to the WWE roster. Hey, don’t forget to like our page on Facebook at Facebook.com/MRXPUNCHOUT and while you are it why don’t you follow us on Twitter too.