WWE Superstars March 10, 2011 Results

The landmark 100th episode of WWE Superstars came to you from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX and from the Toyota Center in Houston, TX. The main event of WWE Superstars would see a unique 6-Person Mixed Tag Match as the huge team of “The World’s Strongest Man” Mark Henry and former World Heavyweight Champion The Great Khali would team with former Divas Champion Natalya to take on the team of “The Crowned Prince” Tyson Kidd, the 2008 King of the Ring William Regal, and former Women’s and Divas Champion Melina!

Match Results

  • Chris Masters def. Tyler Reks by submission to the Masterlock.
  • Zack Ryder (with Primo) def. Vladimir Kozlov (with Santino Marella) by pin following the Rough Ryder Leg Lariat.
  • 6-Person Mixed Tag Match: Mark Henry, The Great Khali, & Natalya def. Tyson Kidd, William Regal, & Melina by The Great Khali pinning Tyson Kidd following the Punjabi Plunge.

Detailed Results

One week after being laid out with the Burning Hammer by Tyler Reks following his win over Curt Hawkins, “The Masterpiece” Chris Masters would be out for revenge as Masters would go one-on-one with the man he has made submit twice to the Masterlock in “The X Factor” Tyler Reks! At the end of a hard-fought match, it was Chris Masters narrowly avoiding the Burning Hammer of Tyler Reks and locking in the Masterlock, forcing Reks to submit to pick up another big win! Chris Masters has been on a winning streak on WWE Superstars for the past month, but what is next for “The Masterpiece”?

After Santino Marella & Vladimir Kozlov defeated Primo & Zack Ryder on last week’s WWE Superstars, one-half of the former WWE Tag Team Champions would be in action as “The Moscow Mauler” Vladimir Kozlov, with Santino Marella and Tamina in his corner, would go one-on-one with “The Long Island Iced Z” Zack Ryder, with Primo in his corner! With some help from Primo, it was Zack Ryder hitting the Rough Ryder Leg Lariat on Vladimir Kozlov en route to picking up the upset win!

Then it was time for the main event as “The World’s Strongest Man” Mark Henry would team with former World Heavyweight Champion The Great Khali as the gargantuan duo would team with former Divas Champion Natalya to face the team of “The Crowned Prince” Tyson Kidd, the 2008 King of the Ring William Regal, and “The A-List Diva” Melina in a 6-Person Mixed Tag Match! In the end, it was The Great Khali planting Tyson Kidd with the Punjabi Plunge en route to picking up a dominant win for his team! After the match, Mark Henry would hit the World’s Strongest Splash on Tyson Kidd before Natalya would actually lock in the Sharpshooter on her former stable mate, making Kidd tap out! Things would continue to get worse for Tyson Kidd as Kidd’s own tag team partner, William Regal, would lock in the Regal Stretch on Kidd followed by Melina slapping Kidd across the face!

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