WWE Superstars Results – September 6, 2012
We kick off the show with Antonio Cesaro, who enlightens us on his language speaking abilities. We’ve got a main event of Primo & Epico vs Kofi & Truth.
Justin Gabriel vs Antonio Cesaro w/Aksana
The two start off grappling lightly, with little going on. Bit of chain wrestling from each guy before Gabriel starts to pick up some speed with a dropkick and a monkey flip, taking Cesaro out of his game. Gabriel goes for a diving crossbody but Cesaro catches him with his knee. Cesaro begins to work over the body of Gabriel and stomps on his gut. Surfboard from Cesaro. Gabriel with a roll up and a bit of offense before Cesaro takes control as we head into the break.
Cesaro kicking Gabriel as Gabriel attempts to make a comeback. Cesaro uses the abdominal stretch while holding the rope, unseen to the ref. Gabriel with a hip toss out of the stretch. Cesaro takes control again though. Gabriel fights back with some elbows. Match picks up now. Gabriel with a big spinning heel kick and then a springboard cross body. Gabriel goes to the rope but Cesaro gets up. Gabriel jumps but Cesaro hits the Neutralizer for the victory.
Winner: Antonio Cesaro
Natalya vs Layla
Little bit of chain wrestling to kick off as Layla does the usual shtick of going for near falls and dancing. She spanks Natalya. Natalya takes control as they get back into the ring. Backbreaker and a big clothesline. Natalya stretches Layla before hitting a suplex. Layla with the big round house kick for the win in a short match.
Damien Sandow vs Alex Riley
Riley starts off strong until Sandow leaves the ring. Seems to be a common occurrence now. Riley starts going off on Sandow as he returns into the ring with a big neckbreaker. Sandow gets off a cheap shot in Riley’s leg to take control. Sandow works over Riley’s leg. Sandow puts the knee into Riley’s back and throws on a chinlock. Sandow with the usual russian leg sweep followed by the elbow of disdain. Riley starts making the comeback with a big clothesline and a beautiful spinebuster. One of the better ones in the company. Riley goes for the DDT but Sandow gets away. Riley with a clothesline off the ropes for a near fall. Riley goes for the TKO but Sandow breaks out and hits his neckbreaker for the cover and the win.
Winner: Damien Sandow
Epico & Primo vs Kofi Kingston & R-Truth
Truth and Primo kick us off. Some shenanigans with little jimmy as Truth and Jimmy hit a double leg trip. Truth with the tag to Kofi, who hits a cross body. Actually thought it might end since Kofi has won with that before. Kofi with a headscissors takedown. Epico gets the tag and tries a monkey flip but Kofi catches himself and hits his own. Truth comes back in and does his dancing leg drop after a double hip toss from him and Kofi. Epico takes control as a distraction leads to Primo attacking Truth. Epico with a senton onto Truth. Primo gets in and goes for a chin lock but Truth fights out with some help from the crowd.
Primo stops Truth from making the tag and gets Epico in. Primo back in. Irish whip from Epico and Truth walks right into a dropkick. Primo puts Truth back in the chinlock. Truth fights out and makes the big tag to Kofi as Epico also comes in. Kofi hits the boom drop and goes for the Trouble in Paradise but Epico gets out of the way. Truth sends Primo out of the ring. This time TOP hits and Kofi/Truth get the win.
Winners: Kofi & Truth
And that ends this week’s superstars!
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