Point of no return

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September 10, 2009

With WWE Breaking Point mere days away, some of WWE's most talented competitors battled it out on "WWE Superstars" on WGN America. From a raw display of brutality from Kane to a thrilling tag team main event, tonight's episode had all the thrills the WWE Universe has come to expect from Thursday night.

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The Miz & Jack Swagger def. United States Champion Kofi Kingston & Primo (PHOTOS | WATCH)
For weeks, The Miz and Jack Swagger have both vowed to take down United States Champion Kofi Kingston, but so far neither man has been able to do it. On "WWE Superstars," two of Raw's biggest loudmouths got another opportunity to scrap with Kingston along with former Unified Tag Team Champion Primo. With the backing of the "All-American American," Miz was able to pin The Jamaican Superstar, picking up the win for his team. This victory didn't put championship gold around the self-proclaimed "chick magnet's" waist, but it may very well have brought The Miz one step closer to the United States Title Match he believes he deserves.

Dolph Ziggler def. Slam Master J (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Clad in leather and leopard print, the braggadocios Dolph Ziggler brought his cocky attitude — and his impressive skills — to "WWE Superstars" on Thursday night. While the Hollywood, Fla., native has had his sights set on the Intercontinental Championship for months, he stayed focused on his opponent, Slam Master J, in the ring tonight. Controlling the action with his aggressive offense, Ziggler kept Cryme Tyme's crony down and grabbed himself another victory. In his "Palace of Wisdom," Intercontinental Champion John Morrison was definitely taking notes on this contest.

Nikki Bella (w/ Brie Bella) def. Katie Lea Burchill (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Thanks to her twin sister Brie, Nikki Bella managed to defeat Katie Lea Burchill without even pinning her. In the closing moments of her match with ECW's "Scarlet Witch," the beautiful Bella realized she needed some assistance and rolled to the outside of the ring. Her identical twin, Brie, then took over for her, scaling the top rope and diving onto Katie Lea for the pin. The official never saw the switch and Katie Lea never knew what hit her.

Sheamus def. Yoshi Tatsu  (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Since coming to ECW as a part of Teddy Long's New Talent Initiative, the massive Irishman known as Sheamus has proven himself to be one of the most impressive young Superstars in WWE. The Dublin destroyer further added to his growing reputation by disposing of another formidable young talent, Yoshi Tatsu, on "WWE Superstars." While the Japanese Superstar used his exciting offense to try and fell the giant, the pale titan was simply too much for Tatsu to handle. In the end, the Irish Curse sealed Tatsu's fate and earned Sheamus another big win.

Kane def. Jimmy Wang Yang (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Less than three days before he faces The Great Khali in a Singapore Cane Match at WWE Breaking Point, the diabolical Kane stepped into the ring with Jimmy Wang Yang and showed the WWE Universe just how intent he is on causing destruction. After decimating the Asian redneck and pinning him in the center of the ring, The Big Red Monster grabbed a Singapore cane and began to ruthlessly batter his opponent. By the time Kane stopped his assault, Yang's back was a grizzly map of purple welts and bruises and the SmackDown Superstar was barely conscious. Will The Great Khali suffer the same brutality on Sunday?

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