WWE Superstars Report – May 13th, 2010
Report by Richard Trionfo, PWInsider
We start off tonight’s show with the Raw brand and your announcers are Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler.
Match Number One: Maryse and Jillian Hall versus The Bellas
Maryse and Nikki start off and they get face to face and Nikki mocks Maryse’s pose. Nikki with a flying mare and then Brie tags in and they roll Maryse through. Maryse sends Brie into the corner and Jillian tags in. Nikki makes a blind tag and she gets a jackknife cover for a near fall. Nikki with a monkey flip and then she goes to the turnbuckles but Maryse distracts Nikki and Jillian attacks Nikki and hits a Samoan drop for a near fall. Jillian with a slam and Maryse tags in. They pick Nikki up and slam her to the mat for a near fall. Nikki with elbows but Maryse with a shoulder tackle and she goes to the floor. Brie is tagged in and she hits a few drop kicks followed by a clothesline. Brie with a bulldog for a near fall. Jillian interferes and sends Nikki to the mat. Maryse with the DDT on Brie for the three count.
Winners: Jillian Hall and Maryse
After the match, Jillian holds Brie as Maryse taunts her. Eve Torres comes out and Maryse pushes Jillian into Eve. Eve with a neck breaker to Jillian and Maryse is able to escape.
We go to commercial.
We are back and Did you Know that WWE has been to a lot of military locations around the world.
Match Number Two: Vladimir Kozlov versus Ryan Mitchell
Kozlov grabs Mitchell by the throat and sends him to the mat. Mitchell with kicks but Kozlov kicks back and then he sends Mitchell into the corner and connects with shoulders and then he chokes Mitchell. Kozlov with head butts to Mitchell’s chest followed by kicks to the head. Kozlov with the spinebuster for the three count.
Winner: Vladimir Kozlov
We take a look back at this week’s NXT.
We go to commercial.
We are back and it is time for the Smackdown brand to take over your announcers are Matt Striker and Todd Grisham.
We have a Smackdown Rebound and then we run through the card for Over the Limit before we go to commercial.
We are back with a video package for the Mexican tour that the WWE went on.
Match Number Three: Curt Hawkins and Vance Archer versus Matthew Busch and James White
Archer and Busch start things off and Archer sends Busch to the mat and then Archer with a kick before tagging in Hawkins. Archer with a gutbuster and Hawkins with a kick to the midsection. Hawkins with a rear chin lock. Hawkins with a forearm to the back followed by an emphatic slam. Hawkins pushes Busch into the corner and he fights out for a second. Archer tags in and he kicks Busch and chokes him in the ropes. Hawkins punches Busch while Archer is with the referee. Archer with an overhead belly-to-belly suplex and White tags in. White with some kicks but Archer with a big boot. Archer with the inverted DDT and then Hawkins hits the elbow drop from the top turnbuckles for the three count.
Winner: Curt Hawkins and Vance Archer
After the match, Archer gets on the mic and then Hawkins says that it couldn’t be that easy to forget about him since he is a former Tag Team Champion and future superstar. He says that Vance is a monster. Hawkins says that they have been given thirty day contracts to make an impact.
We have a Big Show video package before we go to commercial.
Match Number Four: Dolph Ziggler versus Chris Masters
Ziggler goes for the leg and Masters pushes Ziggler down. Masters with a shoulder tackle and it is time for a pectacular. Ziggler goes to the ropes to stop Masters’ offense. Ziggler avoids Masters and Ziggler with a kick and punches to Masters before the referee pulls him out of the corner. Ziggler with a side head lock but Masters with a shoulder tackle. Masters tries for the Master Lock but Ziggler is able to get to the floor. Ziggler returns and he kicks Masters and punches him instead of the Greco Roman knuckle lock. Masters sends Ziggler into the turnbuckles and then Masters with jabs. Ziggler with a kick but Masters tosses Ziggler into the air and sends him to the mat. Ziggler rolls to the floor. We go to commercial.
We are back and Masters with an arm bar on Ziggler as he tries to weaken one of the arms that Ziggler uses for his sleeper. Ziggler with an elbow to the leg to get out of the hold. Masters sends Ziggler to the floor and Masters tries to go to the floor but Ziggler with a kick to the head. Ziggler wants the referee to count faster while Masters tries to get back into the ring. Ziggler with elbows to Masters and then he connects with a running knee into the corner followed by punches. Ziggler with a snap mare and the leap frog neck snap for a near fall. Ziggler with an arm bar to affect Masters’ ability to apply the Master Lock. Ziggler with a drop kick for a near fall. Ziggler with a reverse chin lock and then he turns it into a body scissors. Masters with a kick to the leg followed by a chop but Ziggler with a knee and kick followed by a leg lariat and he gets a near fall. Ziggler with a rear chin lock as he applies pressure to the back. Masters gets Ziggler up on his shoulders and then he hits an Electric Chair Drop but neither man can take advantage immediately. Ziggler tries for the Zig Zag but Masters with a catapult that sends Ziggler into the turnbuckles. Masters with a few clotheslines followed by a press slam. Masters with an Irish whip but Ziggler moves when Masters charges and Ziggler with a rollup for a near fall. Masters with a back breaker followed by a side slam and Ziggler gets his foot on the rope to stop the count. Masters signals and calls for the Master Lock but Ziggler goes to the apron. Ziggler drops Masters on the top rope and then Ziggler applies the sleeper but Masters is able to power out of the hold. Masters tries for the Master Lock but Ziggler runs Masters into the turnbuckles and then Ziggler hits the Zig Zag for the three count.
Winner: Dolph Ziggler
We go to credits.
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