The 19th edition of WWE Superstars came to you from the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, MO (RAW Matches) and from the Sprint Center in Kansas City, MO (ECW & SmackDown Matches).
Quick Match Results
- Beth Phoenix def. Kelly Kelly by pin with the Glam Slam.
- Shelton Benjamin def. Tyler Reks by pin following Pay Dirt.
- R-Truth def. Charlie Haas by pin following the Lie Detector.
- Mark Henry def. Chris Masters by intentional Count-Out.
- Mark Henry Vs. Chris Masters
- Beth Phoenix Vs. Kelly Kelly
- R-Truth Vs. Charlie Haas
- Shelton Benjamin Vs. Tyler Reks
The opening match of the night featured two RAW Divas as former Women’s Champion Beth Phoenix squared off with Kelly Kelly one-on-one. With the advantage in quickness, Kelly Kelly got several near falls over "The Glamazon", but the unreal strength of Beth Phoenix proved too much for "The Doubly Nice Diva" as Phoenix planted Kelly Kelly with the Glam Slam to pick up the win. Is "The Glamazon" well on her way to being the next challenger for the Diva’s Championship?
Two ECW Superstars squared off for the first time on Superstars as "The Gold Standard" Shelton Benjamin picked up a win over "The So-Cal Surfer" Tyler Reks.
On the SmackDown side of things, the always electric R-Truth picked up a win over Charlie Haas.
Then it was time for the main event from RAW as "The World’s Strongest Man" Mark Henry squared off with "The Masterpiece" Chris Masters. Masters tried his best to combat power with power, but in the end, Henry got the advantage and planted "The Masterpiece" with the World’s Strongest Slam. Unfortunately for Henry, Masters was too close to the ropes and was able to grab the bottom rope to stay alive in the contest. However, the World’s Strongest Slam made Chris Masters rethink his strategy, so "The Masterpiece" rolled to the outside, but then Masters fully realized who he was dealing with and opted to take the count-out loss over stepping back into the ring with Mark Henry. "The World’s Strongest Man" picked up the win over Chris Masters, but it was via count-out; the second time Mark Henry has won a match due to his opponent backing out of the contest. Will anyone step up and face Mark Henry in a match with a decisive conclusion, for better or for worse?