We start off this week with the Raw brand and your announcers are Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler.
Match Number One: Vladimir Kozlov and Santino Marella versus The Usos with Tamina
Kozlov and Jey start things off and Kozlov with a hip lock take down into a side head lock. Kozlov with a shoulder tackle and Santino tags in. They lock up and Santino with a side head lock and Santino tries for a shoulder tackle but Jey stays on his feet and Santino tags in Kozlov. Kozlov and Jey push each other and Jimmy tags in. Kozlov with a waist lock take down and Kozlov with a front face lock. Kozlov with a fireman’s carry and a near fall. Kozlov with shoulders in the corner and Santino is tagged back in and he is sent into Jimmy and Santino gets a near fall. Kozlov tags back in and he kicks Jimmy in the ribs. Kozlov with a shoulder and then he puts Jimmy on the turnbuckles and he tags Santino in and he tries for a head butt to the ribs and Santino feels it more than Jimmy. Kozlov tags back in and he tries for a power slam, but Jimmy escapes and he clips Kozlov but Kozlov with a head butt to the midsection and Jimmy goes to the floor.
Jimmy drops Kozlov on the top rope and gets a near fall. Jey tags in and he kicks Kozlov in the corner while Jimmy chokes Kozlov while Jey spends time with the referee. Jey gets a near fall. Jey chokes Kozlov in the ropes and he tags Jimmy back in. Jey is sent to the turnbuckles and he connects with Kozlov’s head. Jey with a clothesline off the apron as we go to commercial.
We are back and Jimmy with a reverse chin lock on Kozlov. Kozlov with a snap mare and Jimmy knocks Santino off the apron. Jey tags back in and he hits a diving head butt. Jey with another diving head butt, but this time to the midsection for another near fall. Jimmy tags back in and he kicks Kozlov while Jey holds him. Jimmy gets a near fall. Jimmy with a front face lock and Kozlov tries to get to his corner to make the tag. Jimmy with a knee and he tries to punch Santino but Santino blocks it. Kozlov with a head butt and Santino tags in. Santino with a hip toss and then he hits a diving head butt to the midsection for a near fall. Santino sets up the cobra but he ducks Jimmy who super kicks Jey. Santino with the cobra for the three count.
Winners: Santino Marella and Vladimir Kozlov
After the match, Tamina winks at Santino as she goes to the back with the Usos.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Two: William Regal versus Darren Young
They lock up and Regal works on the arm and puts Young in a side head lock. Regal with a forearm and he returns to the side head lock. Regal with a shoulder tackle and a near fall. They have a Greco Roman knuckle lock and they alternate the advantage until Regal applies a Japanese choke. Young tries to reverse but Regal outsmarts him. Young with an arm drag and slam to Regal for a near fall. Young with a European uppercut to Regal followed by a shoulder in the corner. Young with a knee and a short arm clothesline to Regal. Young with a side head lock take down and Regal tries for a rollup but Young recovers. Young with a forearm but Regal sends Young into the turnbuckles and then he hits Young with a forearm from behind. Regal with a knee drop to the head and then he gets a near fall.
Regal with crossfaces to the head and then he reapplies a reverse chin lock. Young with elbows to try to get out of the hold and Regal responds with a European uppercut of his own and then he face washes Young in the corner. Regal with an Irish whip and forearm as Young comes out of the corner. Regal with a reverse chin lock. Young with punches but Regal responds with a forearm of his own. Young with European uppercuts but Regal with a forearm. Young with a back body drop but he misses a flying clothesline. Regal tries for an exploder but Young escapes. Regal with a running knee to the head and he gets the three count.
Winner: William Regal
We go to commercial.
We are back and it is the Smackdown half of Superstars and your announcers are Matt Striker and Todd Grisham.
Nexus makes their way to the ring as they make their Superstars debut, but John Cena is not with them.
Wade has the mic and he addresses the crowd. He says that on Sunday when he defeats Randy Orton, he will become the 40th WWE Champion. When that happens, his name will be mentioned in the same breath as Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart, and the man who will standing in his corner at Bragging Rights, John Cena. If John Cena fails to adhere to his instructions at Bragging Rights, he will be fired. Wade says that what separates him from all of the champions he mentioned and Randy Orton is that he is better than all of them. The Nexus is the most dominant force in the WWE and as leader of Nexus, he will become the most dominant WWE Champion in history. If you don’t believe him, take a look at how dominant they can be. We go to a video package.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Three: Cody Rhodes and Drew McIntyre versus Montel Vontavious Porter and Chris Masters in a Non Title Match
Masters and Rhodes start things off and they lock up with Masters giving a clean break. Rhodes with a side head lock but Masters with a shoulder tackle. Rhodes with a forearm and then Masters makes Rhodes flinch and Masters with a forearm and chop. Masters with a back body drop and Masters gets a near fall. Porter tags in and Rhodes escapes the corner and he retreats to his own corner and tags in McIntyre.
They lock up and Drew works on the wrist and arm. Porter rolls through and connects with a forearm followed by a snap mare and kick to the back. Porter gets a near fall. Porter with a forearm but McIntyre with an Irish whip. Drew charges into Porter and then Porter with a drop toe hold and a kick to the back and Porter gets a near fall. Masters tags back in and he connects with a forearm to the back.
Drew works on the knees and then he tags in Cody. Cody and Drew work over Masters and then Cody with punches to Masters. Drew tags back in and they send Masters into the turnbuckles as they continue to work on the back. Cody tags in and they do the same thing. Masters with a double clothesline and then he punches Rhodes. Masters clotheslines Rhodes over the top rope as we go to commercial.
We are back and Rhodes has a step over toe hold on Masters as the champions have regained control of the match. We see footage from the commercial break when McIntyre kicked Masters in the back of the leg. Masters sends Rhodes into the corner but Rhodes recovers and he wrings Masters’ leg into the ring post. Rhodes tries to do it again but Masters sends Rhodes into the ringside barrier. Rhodes stops Masters from making the tag and Drew tags in and drops elbows to the knee. Drew continues to work on the knee and then he kicks him in the head. Masters with a step over toe hold on Masters as he continues to work on the knee. Drew tries to punch Porter and Porter punches Drew and Masters with a Samoan drop and both men are down.
Rhodes and Porter are tagged in and Porter with punches to Rhodes followed by three rolling German suplexes. Porter knocks Drew off the apron. Rhodes with a drop down uppercut but Porter with a clothesline and then he sends Rhodes to the mat. Porter with a facebuster and then he hits the Ballin’ Elbow. Porter sets for the Playmaker but Drew hits him from behind. Masters puts Drew in the Master Lock and then he does the same to Rhodes. McIntyre sends Masters to the floor. Porter with a belly-to-belly throw to Drew and Drew is sent to the floor. Cody with a rake of the eyes and then he hits Cross Rhodes for the three count.
Winners: Drew McIntyre and Cody Rhodes
We go to credits.
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