Point made, message sent
With "WWE Superstars" airing on WGN America just days after WWE Breaking Point, six Superstars from all three brands entered the ring with points to get across, and three of them delivered their messages with authority.
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Dolph Ziggler def. Finlay (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Finlay may like to fight, but it seems like Dolph Ziggler likes to win just that much more. It wasn't an easy victory by any means for the Hollywood, Fla., native, but he withstood The Belfast Brawler's brutal punishment, and when the moment was right, set the wheels in motion. As the referee discarded of Finlay's shillelagh that had inadvertently been kicked into the center of the ring, the No. 1 contender to the Intercontinental Title raked The Irishman's eyes and nailed the Zig Zag for the pin. Hopefully, Intercontinental Champion John Morrison was watching from home, as he would do well to take note of the brash and controversial Superstar's willingness to do anything to achieve victory -- which will only increase exponentially with the gold on the line.
ECW Champion Christian def. Paul Burchill (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Just days after Zack Ryder won a 10-man Battle Royal on ECW to become the No. 1 contender to Christian's ECW Title, an impressive victory against Paul Burchill served as a message from the ECW Champion to the Long Island native watching intently at ring side. Though The Ripper took Captain Charisma to the limit, Christian turned the tide in his favor with a devastating tornado DDT and picked up the win after engaging the Killswitch. If Ryder wants to take Christian's place as the king of the Land of the Extreme, he better bring his "A" game whenever these two meet, or unfortunately for him, there will be nothing to "Woo" about.
Chris Masters def. Santino Marella (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Ever since returning to WWE, Chris Masters has proven himself a force to be reckoned with, and The Masterpiece further established that fact by putting Santino Marella out with the Master Lock. The braggadocios Italian Superstar was sorely mistaken when he thought he could stand toe-to-toe with Masters in the strength department and learned it in the hardest way possible. The Masterpiece didn't take kindly to Marella trying to take him out with his own patented submission maneuver, and after breaking free of the former Intercontinental Champion's poor imitation, locked his opponent up in the real deal to end the match.