WWE Superstars
September 8, 2011
Report by: Andrew Hayman of Wrestleview.com

The Superstars video rolls and the 9/8 edition of WWE superstars is underway! JTG’s music hit’s right off the bat and he swags his way down to the ring. Scott Stanford welcomes us to the show and plugs Night of Champions which is in 2 weeks time. Mason Ryan finally makes his return to WWE programming and he makes his way to the ring. The referee calls for the bell.

Mason Ryan vs. JTG

JTG stands in the corner looking very hesitant at Ryan. The two lock up and Ryan tosses JTG across the ring. JTG slowly to his feet and circles Ryan before taking hostage in the ropes. JTG with a kick to the gut and hits a flurry of punches and locks in a head lock. But Ryan pushes him to the ropes and hits him with a shoulder block. Ryan whips JTG into the corner and drives his shoulder into JTG’s torso a few times before tossing him across the ring. JTG too his feet and Ryan with a big boot. JTG to the outside of the apron and hits him in the knee with a shoulder. He hits a chop block and multiple shots to the back of the head. JTG bounces odd the ropes but Ryan levels him with a clothesline. Some more shoulders to the torso by Ryan followed by a back body drop. Ryan with a clothesline in the corner. He goes for another back body drop but JTG with a punch to the face. JTG goes for a cross body but Ryan catches him and drops him onto his knee twice and hits a powerslam. Ryan then puts him in an abdominal stretch and turns it into a gutwrench scoop slam. Cover and Ryan picks up the win.

Winner: Mason Ryan via pinfall
Rating: C

We see some replays and a shot of Ryan celebrating in the ring. Scott Stanford plugs the main event which will be Daniel Bryan vs. Heath Slater.


Curt Hawkins music hits and he makes his way out with Tyler Reks. Titus O’Neil and Percy Watson make their way to the ring.

Curt Hawkins and Tyler Reks vs. Percy Watson and Titus O’Neil

Tyler and Percy are starting us off. They lock up and Reks pushes him to the corner. Punches by Reks followed by and over the shoulder takedown headlock. Percy pushes Reks to the ropes but gets crushed by a shoulder block. Percy with a drop kick and a nice suplex. Reks pushes Percy to the corner and makes the tag. Curt with some kicks into a grounded Watson. Hawkins with a suplex and cover, but Percy kicks out. Curts slams Watsons head into the turnbuckle and makes the tag. Percy starts to come back with some punches but Reks with a hard clothesline. Another tag by Reks and Hawkins with some knees to the back of Watson followed by a headlock. Watson with a nice high-angle belly-to-back suplex. Both men make the tag but Titus comes in and cleans up Reks with some clotheslines an atomic drop followed by another clothesline. All four men come into the ring and Titus tosses Curt out. Titus show boats but Reks and Hawkins hit a double team move and pick up the win!

Winners: Tyler Reks and Curt Hawkins via pinfall
Rating: C

We see some replays of the match and shots of both teams as we cut to a commercial.


We come back to the Smackdown portion of the show with Alicia Fox makes her entrance. Jack Korpela welcomes us and he asks Matt about NXT this week. Tamina’s music hits and Tamina walks on down to the ring. The referee calls for the bell.

Alicia Fox vs. Tamina

Tamina slaps Alicia right off the bat and she kicks her a few times in the corner. Tamina runs into and elbow and Alicia with a sunset flip but Tamina kicks out. Alicia with some arm drags and transitions it into an arm bar. Tamina grabs Alicia’s hair then flips her over her shoulders and kicks her in the face. Cover by Tamina but Alicia kicks out. Tamina slams Fox into the corner and hits a kick. Tamina grabs her hair and whips her into the turnbuckle. Tamina with some more kicks and then a hip to the face. Cover, but Alicia kicks out. Tamina lifts her up on her shoulder and applies a bear hug. Tamina drops her and punches her in the jaw. Alicia with a facebuster. Alicia dodges a chop and delivers three drop kicks. Tamina reverses and Irish whip but Alicia leaps back off the turnbuckle with a springboard flying elbow. Tamina with some punches and a leg drop. Tamina drags Alicia to the corner and she goes to the top turnbuckle. She goes for the splash but Alicia moves out of the way. Alicia hits the Axe kick for the win!

Winner: Alicia Fox via pinfall
Rating: C

We see some replays of the match and cut too a commercial.


Brodus Clay’s music hits and he walks out posing like a monster. Again he will face a ‘local talent’ which this week is Allen Turner. The referee calls for the bell.

Brodus Clay vs. Allen Turner

Clay with some punches which floor turner. Clay picks him up and whips him and shoulder tackles him to the mat. Clay with a leg drop. Brodus picks him up and delivers a crucifix belly to back. Clay with a neckbreaker suplex and goes for a cover but breaks it up at two. Clay with a running clothesline to the corner and follows it up with a cross body for the win.

Winner: Brodus Clay via pinfall
Rating: N/A

We see some replays and then a shot of Clay looking mean and scary in the ring. Matt Striker plugs the main event and then Jack plugs the Night of Champions current card. Daniel Bryans music hits and he makes his way to the ring.


Heath Slater’s music hits and he makes his way out. The referee calls for the bell.

Heath Slater vs. Daniel Bryan

The two lock up and Bryan locks in a wrist lock. He transitions into an over the shoulder takedown. The two circle and Slater with a kick to the gut. Bryan reverses an Irish whip and hits a back elbow. Cover but Slater kicks out. Bryan with a modified arm bar. Bryan then reefs both Slaters arm behind him. Slater goes to reverse it but Bryan counters with a high angle belly to back suplex. Bryan then goes for the surfboard but Slater doesn’t let him to lock it in. Bryan jumps up and lands on the knees of Slater. Bryan with some of his trademark kicks. Heath goes to the corner and comes out and kicks Bryan in the knee. Chin lock by Slater. Bryan powers to his feet and hits some punches and uppercuts. Bryan with a leg drag and a diving elbow to a cornered Slater. Bryan with an implant DDT and a cover but Slater kicks out Bryan with a rear wrist lock. Slater with an elbow to the chin to get out of the move. Bryan stops his momentum with a drop kick. Bryan goes for the Labelle lock but Slater rolls out of the ring.


We come back to Bryan shoulder blocking Slater. Slater then reverses a move by Bryan and drops him neck first on the ropes. Cover by Slater but Bryan kicks out Slater with some kicks to grounded Bryan. Slater then chokes him with his boot. Snapmare by Slater and a knee to the back. He locks in an arm bar. Bryan kicks Slater in the head and Slater release the hold. Bryan with some kicks. Bryan with a cross body but Slater catches him and hits him with a backbreaker. Cover but Bryan kicks out. Slater with a series of kicks to Bryan. Bryan with a clothesline out of nowhere. Bryan with an Irish whip and goes for a back body drop but Slater kicks him. Slater charges but Bryan sends him over the top rope and onto the floor. Bryan then suicide dives out of the ring! He rolls Slater into the ring at 3 and climbs the top turnbuckle. Slater dodges a double axe handle and Bryan with a mean kick out of nowhere! Cover but Slater kicks out. Slater then an inside out belly slam as Matt Striker called it. Slater then with some punches but Bryan retaliates with his own. Slater catches him again and delivers a gutbuster. Slater with some kicks and Bryan backs to the corner. Bryan with another DDT and Bryan transitions it into the guillotine for the win!

Winner: Daniel Bryan via pinfall
Rating: B-


Sorry this is late guys, had a family emergency so I didn’t have the time to do it yesterday. Anyway this show was average, just like the past 2 months. I like the look of Mason Ryan, he seemed solid in the ring.

The tag match was ok. Nothing flashy but nothing that bad. Same story with the divas match. The main event was a good solid wrestling bout. Oh and I decided to not talk about Brodus Clay until he competes against someone who has entrance music. Every match he has had since coming back have all constructually been the same. Which gets old very quickly in wrestling. Hopefully this isn’t all Clay can do because I think he has the goods.

Overall I’d give this show a C+. If you want to ask me a question, give me some feedback or anything else at all, you can email me; amdy985@hotmail.com or you can find me on twitter by finding @amdy985. Thanks for reading and I’ll see you next week!