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"Invincible" by Adelita's Way and the normal opening video start us off as always. Josh Matthews and Matt Striker welcome us to the show as Wade Barrett comes out for the first contest of the day. Why is he on Superstars? Yoshi Tatsu is out next to a nice pop.

Wade Barrett vs. Yoshi Tatsu

They lock up, and Wade quickly overpowers Yoshi, but misses a punch, and Yoshi peppers him with some kicks. Yoshi hits a quick Spinning Wheel Kick, then goes up top, but Wade throws him off of the turnbuckle. Barrett with some kicks to the head, then he hits some mounted punches. Wade then chokes Tatsu with the middle rope, then draping him over the top and choking him with that one too. Wade then hits some knees, and then a running Big Boot, sending Yoshi out of the ring. Barrett follows, and he rams Tatsu into the ring before rolling him back into it. Barrett gets a two count on the Japanese Sensation, then he quickly gets up and Irish Whips him into the turnbuckle with amazing force. Barrett then locks on a Chinlock, and Yoshi tries to use the crowd to fight out. He gets out of the hold, but Barrett hits him with some knees, only to miss a corner strike. Tatsu takes control with a few chops and kicks, then a very stiff kick to the head for a two count. Barrett the hits two kicks to the gut to regain control, followed by the Winds of Change for the three count.

Winner: Wade Barrett

Barrett celebrates what will probably be his only Superstars match in a while as we replay a couple of the highlights of the match. The announcers plug Kelly Kelly vs. Brie Bella which will be later tonight, but up next we will take a look at what happened last week on Smackdown between Daniel Bryan, the Big Show, and Mark Henry.

Back from the break, we go back to the Smackdown main event from last week. We see the last 4 and a half minutes of the match, then Bryan winning by disqualification after a confrontation with Henry. Back to Superstars, they put over tomorrow's Smackdown Main Event, which is Daniel Bryan defending the World Heavyweight Championship against the Big Show again, but this time in a no-disqualification, no-count-out match. They put over the main event Divas match again before we go to commercial.

Back from the break, WWE Tag Team Champion, Evan Bourne makes his way to the ring alone, without his partner. Scott Stanford is now on commentary with Matthews as we start the Raw portion of Superstars. Michael McGillicutty is out next, and the third generation superstar gets some heat.

Evan Bourne vs. Michael McGillicutty

We start off with the two men locking up and Bourne hitting an Arm Drag on McGillicutty. McGillicutty blocks a second arm drag and sends Bourne down, but Bourne fights back with some kicks, only to be met with a Shoulder Thrust from the apron from McGillicutty. McGillicutty then hits a Sunset Flip, but Bourne rolls out and hit's a Double Stomp on McGillicutty for a two count. McGillicutty takes back control with some strikes, then illegally chokes Bourne with his foot in the corner. McGillicutty with a nice Hangman's Neckbreaker, but that only gets a two count. Bourne stays grounded because of the McGillicutty strikes, then McGillicutty hits a Scoop Slam for a two count. Bourne tries to fight back, but Bourne hits an Elbow to the back of the head for a two count. McGillicutty locks in a variation of the Camel Clutch, without full pressure being applied. Bourne starts fighting back to his feet with elbows, and then some kicks. He ducks a Clothesline, and then hit's a Hurricanrana, followed by a few kicks, including a jumping heel kick to the face for a two count. Bourne tries to go up top, but McGillicutty stomps him and elbows him off the apron. McGillicutty then spears Bourne off the apron into the barricade. We go to commercial.

Back from the break, McGillicutty has a Headlock on Bourne, but Bourne fights back, only to be hit with a Forearm Club to the back of the head. This gets McGillicutty a two count, but McGillicutty stays active hitting a Dropkick for a another two count. McGillicutty then uses the ropes to hit some blows to Bourne, then he rolls out of the ring, and hits some forearm shots to the chest and throat area of Bourne before rolling back in and getting a two count. The crowd chants for Bourne, and it helps him as he fights back from McGillicutty, but he gets hit with a Side Toehold, stopping all of Bourne's momentum. McGillicutty stays in control with some strikes, but Bourne won't stay down, and he kicks out at two again, then once more. McGillicutty locks in a Rear Chinlock and really wrenches back, but Bourne gets to his feet and elbows his way out. McGillicutty goes for a Back Suplex, but Bourne reverses into a Cross Body for a two count. Bourne then hit's a couple of Flying Knees, then goes up top and hits double knees to McGillicutty, taking him down for a two count. McGillicutty hits a Snap Saito Suplex (which Scott Stanford actually calls by name), but he only gets a two count. Both men back up and Bourne gets thrown to the apron, blocks a hit by McGillicutty and hits a head kick. Bourne then goes up top and hits Air Bourne for the win.

Winner: Evan Bourne

After the match, Bourne celebrates as we replay Air Bourne from different angles and in slow motion. McGillicutty looks on from the ramp in pain and anger. Still to come, our main event, Kelly Kelly vs. Brie Bella, but up next, we go back to Raw with the Raw Rebound.

Back from the break, Scott Stanford thanks Switchfoot for the Royal Rumble theme song, "Dark Horses." Great song I might add. We go to the Raw Rebound. It recaps the events between Kane, Zack Ryder, and John Cena.

After the rebound, we are greeted with Kelly Kelly's theme song, and she comes out to a good pop, probably due to the fact she's wearing little clothing. We go to commercial before Brie comes out.

After the commercial, The Bellas come out wearing different ring attire than they usually wear.

Kelly Kelly vs. Brie Bella (with Nikki Bella)

Kelly starts out by pushing Brie, then slamming her down by her hair. Kelly starts slamming her face in the mat, but gets distracted by Nikki. Brie is unable to take control as Kelly chokes her with a Figure Four Necklock using the ropes. Kelly then trips up Brie, sending her face-first into the match, then hit's a Clothesline. Kelly takes out Nikki on the apron, but Brie slams her down with an Arm Twist for a two count. Brie then works on the left arm some more using the ropes. As Brie distracts the ref, Nikki takes a shot at the arm of Kelly. Brie gets a two count after this, then locks on a type of arm lock. Kelly fights back to her feet, but Brie slams her back down using the hair. Brie then works on the arm some more, but Kelly reverses into at School Boy, which only gets a two count before Brie takes her back down. Brie then hits some knees to the arm of Kelly, the right arm this time. Brie then rubs Kelly's face into the mat for a little bit before getting another two count. Brie with a unique cover, but that gets another two count. Kelly gets back to her feet, and Monkey Flips Brie over. Kelly goes up top and hits a Diving Lou Thesz press, followed by some shots to the face. Kelly then runs to the ropes and his a Spinning Headscissors off the rebound. Kelly then hits a Bulldog close to the corner, this sets up for the Stink Face, which Kelly proceeds to perform. Kelly then hit's a Back Handspring Elbow in the corner before stomping on Brie, but Nikki switches with Brie as the referee pulled back Kelly unbeknownst to the two people that matter. Nikki slams Kelly into the middle turnbuckle, then pins her using the ropes for leverage for the three count.

Winner: Brie Bella

After the match, the Twins celebrate on the ramp as Kelly looks on angrily in the ring. The Bellas call her a loser as we replay the Twin Magic. Kelly is now yelling at The Bellas as they walk up the ramp. We sign off with the Bella taunting Kelly

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