WWE Hall of Famer Yokozuna makes his WWE debut against Bill Jordan on WWE Superstars in 1992.09/29/2017 - 15:15
Earthquake flattens Jake "The Snake" Roberts' pet snake Damien, turning it into Quakeburgers.11/09/2011 - 12:30
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Beth Phoenix & Kelly Kelly def. Lay-Cool (WATCH | PHOTOS)
It's been a bad week to be Lay-Cool. After being smashed through a table by Natalya at WWE TLC, the egocentric Divas were still picking the splinters out of each others backsides when they had to step in the ring to take on Beth Phoenix & Kelly Kelly tonight. But despite feeling the effects of Sunday's beating, Michelle McCool & Layla still brought the fight to their opponents, targeting Kelly with every vicious maneuver in their diamond-studded playbook. The flawless friends' dominance came to an end, however, once The Glamazon was tagged in. Knocking Michelle to the outside, Beth nailed Layla with a thundering Glam Slam to pick up her second win over Lay-Cool this week.
The Usos def. Yoshi Tatsu & Darren Young (WATCH | PHOTOS)
Their manager, Tamina, may have fallen for Santino Marella, but Jimmy & Jey Uso are staying focused on the WWE Tag Team Championships. The brothers moved in the right direction tonight with a victory over the unique pairing of Yoshi Tatsu & Darren Young. Coming off losses on last Thursday's "WWE Superstars," Young & Tatsu were in need of a victory tonight, but their inexperience as a team prevented them from getting an advantage over The Usos. Working together fluidly, Jimmy & Jey double teamed Young to score the win and move another rung up the tag team ladder.
David Hart Smith def. Zack Ryder (WATCH | PHOTOS)
After recently splitting with former tag partner Tyson Kidd, David Hart Smith is beginning the uphill battle of making it as a singles star in WWE. He got a much-needed boost of momentum tonight with a win over Zack Ryder. Hot off a victory over Yoshi Tatsu on last Thursday's "WWE Superstars," The Long Island Iced-Z was looking to make it two in a row, but he could not get over the brick wall that is David Hart Smith. Using his tremendous size and strength to overpower his flashy opponent, Smith devastated Ryder with a series of suplexes before finishing him off with an explosive powerslam.