Can't stop Kane
Each episode of "WWE Superstars," brings you explosive matches from each of WWE's three brands, and this week was no exception. Fans in attendance cheered along as Kelly Kelly shut up her competition, Shelton Benjamin achieved a first in WWE and Kane sent his opponent packing.
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Kane def. Chris Jericho by Count-out (PHOTOS | WATCH)
The main event of "WWE Superstars" pitted the humongous Kane against the cagey Chris Jericho. Though fans might have expected The Big Red Monster to plow right through his smaller opponent, the first-ever Undisputed Champion showed the WWE Universe exactly why he claims to be the best in the world at what he does. Jericho put up a tremendous fight, attempting to fell his monstrous opponent through the relentless application of a vicious sleeper hold. It would take much more than that to take Kane out of commission however, as the nefarious Superstar soon found out. Running out of options, Jericho escaped from the ring, allowing himself to be counted out, giving The Big Red Monster the win.
Shelton Benjamin def. Vance Archer (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Since his debut, Vance Archer has made quite an impact on ECW, tearing through any competitor brave enough to step in the ring against him. One Superstar, however, has proven himself to be a difficult obstacle for the intense young ring warrior, and his name is Shelton Benjamin. Late in 2009 The Gold Standard proudly handed Archer his first loss via disqualification, and on the most recent "WWE Superstars," Benjamin achieved another first as he rolled up his nemesis to become the first ring warrior to pin the ruthless athlete.
Kelly Kelly def. Jillian (PHOTOS | WATCH)
On a normal week, Jillian's sense-shattering singing is confined to Raw, but this week the WWE Universe found itself covering its ears on Thursday night as the tone-deaf songstress opened "WWE Superstars" with her rendition of a Miley Cyrus song. Luckily for the fans in attendance, her performance was interrupted by the arrival of her opponent, Kelly Kelly. The blonde bombshell continued her campaign to save our eardrums by pinning Jillian and sending her packing.