By: James Vermillion
December 24, 2009
Results courtesy of WWE.com
On the Christmas Eve edition of ?WWE Superstars? on WGN America, six Superstars battled it out in their own festive fights, while two more Superstars unveiled a special present for the WWE Universe next week on SmackDown.
Kane def. Mike Knox
One wouldn?t think The Big Red Monster would be celebrating on Christmas Eve, but after defeating the very vicious Mike Knox, it seems that Kane has a reason to embrace the holiday spirit. It wasn?t easy, but that didn?t seem to bother SmackDown’s resident Red Monster, and in the end, after connecting with a devastating chokeslam, Kane got the 1-2-3. It seems only appropriate that the sadistic one’s trademark red be met with green envy after his win this holiday season.
John Morrison confronts Intercontinental Champion Drew McIntyre
It was only a matter of time until The Friday Night Delight invoked his rematch clause, and he did it at a time that will surely take McIntyre’s holiday spirit away. But, at the Scottish Superstar’s expense comes a great gift for the WWE Universe, as next week on SmackDown, John Morrison will fight McIntyre in an attempt to regain the Intercontinental Title. This, of course, didn?t sit well with the Scotland native, and after Morrison informed him of the news, he attempted to attack The Friday Night Delight but instead got a ride on Starship Pain for his efforts, giving just a slight preview of might be to come next Friday.
Chavo Guerrero def. Primo
In recent months, Guerrero hasn?t had the best of luck, but if Thursday night was any representation of things to come in 2010, Chavo will certainly be looking toward a happy New Year. Battling it out with Primo is never an easy feat, and throughout the match, there were moments where it seemed like the self-proclaimed ?Mexican Warrior? was done for. However, when it was all said and done, Guerrero still walked out as the victor after securing the three-count.
Ezekiel Jackson vs. Vladimir Kozlov ended in a No Contest by Double Count-Out
With the match ending in a Double Count-Out, it’s doubtful that either man will be too cheerful this holiday season ? not that a bright demeanor is exactly either of their M.O.’s. Both of these men want a piece of each other, as has been made evident over the past several weeks, and a No Contest does nothing for the two in seeking superiority over the other. Being the victor last week, Jackson might have the slight advantage in the battle between these two colossuses, but it is guaranteed that things are far from over between these former knights of The Ruthless Roundtable.