Survival of the fittest
With Survivor Series drawing near, "WWE Superstars" on WGN America featured four separate matches pitting Superstars from all three brands in hard-hitting battles for survival.
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Unified Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho def. Finlay (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Despite being the man that loves to fight, Finlay met his match this week in the form of the always cocky Chris Jericho. The Irishman didn't back down from the tag team champion, but he just couldn't get his hands on his slippery opponent. In the end, The Belfast Brawler was brought down hard with the Codebreaker and pinned by the abrasive SmackDown Superstar.
Paul Burchill def. Tyler Reks (PHOTOS | WATCH)
In unsurprisingly brutal fashion, Burchill won a quick and vicious battle against the West coast warrior on "WWE Superstars." Once again, Reks displayed his impressive athleticism and in-ring prowess, but it was the vile Englishman who had the upper hand when it mattered. Burchill saw his opening and put the nail in the coffin finishing Reks off as the referee counted 1-2-3.
Jack Swagger def. Primo (PHOTOS | WATCH)
For the second Thursday in a row, Jack Swagger put Primo down in impressive fashion with his brutal gutwrench powerbomb. Tonight's victory wasn't an easy one for the "The All-American American," though. In the opening moments of the match, the explosive Primo used his speed and agility to gain firm control of the action. Yet, one false move turned the tables back in Swagger's favor and it ended up being a "gutwrenching" loss for the Puerto Rican Superstar.
Santino Marella def. Chavo Guerrero (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Days after Chavo and Santino paid their "tributes" to Ozzy Osbourne on Raw, the two performers faced off with Santino catching the self-proclaimed "Mexican Warrior" off-guard with a roll-up for the win. For the most part, the two Superstars were evenly matched throughout the bout, but in the end, it looked like Chavo had gained enough momentum to lead him to victory. But when a cocky Guerrero went for the cover, the Italian Superstar reversed the attempt into a pin of his own and picked up the victory.