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Drew McIntyre def. Chris Masters (PHOTOS | WATCH)
A week after he nearly had his ankle torn off by a vicious Jack Swagger, Chris Masters stepped in the ring with the underhanded Drew McIntyre. Quickly realizing his opponent's vulnerability, The Scottish Superstar targeted Masters' vulnerable ankle, but nearly got caught in the devastating Master Lock. But just when it looked like the hold was going to be cinched in, McIntyre managed to worm his way out and nail a devastating Future Shock DDT for an impressive victory.
Trent Barreta & Caylen Croft def. Vance Archer & Curt Hawkins (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Ever since Bret Hart presented The Hart Dynasty with the brand new WWE Tag Team Championships, things have been heating up in the division as top duos have been gunning to grab those titles. Two of those hungry, young tandems squared off on "WWE Superstars" as Vance Archer & Curt Hawkins brought the fight to the energetic The Dude Busters. But while Archer & Hawkins have pulled off some dominant wins in recent weeks, they weren't able to stop Caylen Croft & Trent Barreta tonight. With this win, the cocky SmackDown Superstars move one step closer to a WWE Tag Team Championship opportunity.
William Regal def. Goldust (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Although they have drastically different ring styles, Goldust and William Regal are two of WWE's most experienced and accomplished veterans. So it came as no surprise that a showdown between these two tough Superstars was nothing short of a mat clinic. Playing to his strengths, The Bizarre One used his unorthodox offense to throw Regal off his game. But The British Brawler countered with the brutal submission maneuvers he learned in the carnivals of Blackpool, England, to incapacitate Goldust. In the end, it was this destructive arsenal of wicked holds that gave the 2008 King of the Ring the victory.