The 11th edition of WWE Superstars came to you from the Resch Center in Green Bay, WI (RAW Match) and from the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, WI (ECW & SmackDown Match).
Quick Match Results
- Jack Swagger def. Evan Bourne by pin following the Swagger Bomb.
- Dolph Ziggler def. Jimmy Wang Yang by pin following the Name Drop.
- United States Championship: Triple Threat: Kofi Kingston (c) def. MVP & Matt Hardy by pinning Matt Hardy following Trouble In Paradise to retain.
- United States Championship
- Jack Swagger Vs. Evan Bourne
- Dolph Ziggler Vs. Jimmy Wang Yang
The opening match of the night was from ECW and it saw "The All-American American" Jack Swagger pick up a big win over Evan Bourne to pick up some much-needed momentum heading into the ECW Championship Scramble Match this Sunday at The Bash. Will Jack Swagger be the one to walk out of Sacramento the ECW Champion?
It was announced during WWE Superstars that, at The Bash, Dolph Ziggler will go one-on-one with The Great Khali! Before his match on Superstars against Jimmy Wang Yang, Ziggler vowed to outsmart and defeat Khali once again this Sunday. Dolph has defeated Khali twice in recent weeks, once by DQ and once by count-out. Will Dolph pick up a third win this Sunday or will The Great Khali finally take care of the thorn in his huge side that is Dolph Ziggler?
En route to his face-off with the giant Great Khali at The Bash, Dolph Ziggler picked up an impressive victory over Jimmy Wang Yang in SmackDown’s contribution to Superstars. Dolph will face a very different opponent this Sunday, can Dolph overcome the giant again or will Khali squash Dolph at The Bash?
Then it was time for RAW to shine in the main event as Kofi Kingston successfully defended his United States Title in a Triple Threat Match against two former champions, "The Ballin’ Superstar" MVP and "The Malicious Hardy" Matt Hardy. Ever since winning the United States Title from MVP on June 1 on RAW, Kofi has defended the gold in a Fatal 4-Way Match and now a Triple Threat Match. Can anyone stop Kofi’s reign as champion?