On this week's "WWE Superstars" on WGN America, several Superstars ended up seeing red due to two disqualifications and two disappointing losses, resulting in frustration, and in some cases, carnage.
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Matt Hardy def. Kane by Disqualification (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Everyone's got a limit, and Kane passed his as Matt Hardy evaded everything he threw at him, frustrating The Big Red Monster to the point of ignoring the referee and getting himself disqualified. Hardy fought valiantly against Kane, showing no sign of backing down from his sadistic opponent, but that relentless aggression may have been what caused the massive Superstar to lose himself the match. When Hardy went for the Twist of Fate, Kane blocked it and instead dropped Hardy across the ropes, and despite the ring official's warnings, he repeated the act two more times prompting the referee to call for the bell. There's a fury inside of the 7-footer that is always in danger of being unleashed, and unfortunately for Hardy, he was the one who ended up seeing red as Kane made his signature crimson lit exit.
Women's Champion Michelle McCool & Layla def. Melina & Maria (PHOTOS | WATCH)
The Women's Champion was certainly less than pleased with her loss to Melina last week on SmackDown, but was most likely happier after Layla helped her achieve redemption with a tag team victory over Melina & Maria. SmackDown's Divas have shown time and time again that they mean business when they step into the ring, and the battle they waged on "WWE Superstars" was no different. In the end, McCool delivered a vicious boot to Maria's face while the referee was attending to Melina at ringside, and when he turned around, all he saw was Layla pinning Maria for the win.
Goldust def. William Regal by Disqualification (PHOTOS | WATCH)
After a back-and-forth match, the referee called for the bell disqualifying Regal when Ezekiel Jackson unsuccessfully attempted to take a cheap shot on Goldust behind the referee's back. Following the match, Regal's associates, Jackson and Vladimir Kozlov, entered the ring and hit a dual shoulderblock leaving The Bizarre One defenseless as the Blackpool, England native locked him into The Regal Stretch. Thankfully, ECW Champion Christian, Tommy Dreamer and Yoshi Tatsu rushed to Goldust's aid and cleared the ring of the "ruthless roundtable" before any serious damage could be done to the three-time Intercontinental Champion.
Primo def. Chris Masters (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Though The Masterpiece may have thought he had victory in his grasp as he prepared to lock Primo into The Master Lock, it is a bad idea to underestimate a Superstar as resourceful as the San Juan native. Primo acted quickly, sliding out of The Master Lock attempt and rolling up Masters for the win. After using his strength to dominate much of the match, the powerful Superstar was caught off-guard with the loss and let his temper flair as he watched his opponent make his way to the back with his arms raised. Next time, The Masterpiece will know better than to let the high-flying Primo have any opening on which to capitalize.