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411's WWE Superstars Report 11.26.09
Posted by Rob McNew on 11.26.2009


-Hosted by Michael Cole, Jerry "The King" Lawler, Todd Grisham, Matt Striker, Josh Mathews, & Byron Saxton

The Miz vs. Santino Marella
Miz takes Santino over with a headlock takeover early after being threatened with Santino's "cobra." Miz delivers a shoulderblock, but Santino comes back with a headlock takeover of his own. Santino ducks a clothesline and hits a shoulderblock, and delivers a pair of armdrags to a charging Miz. Miz comes back with a forearm to regain control which is followed up by a running boot for two. Miz hits a clothesline coming out of the corner which picks up two, and drives a knee into the throat. Miz hits a neckbreaker for two, and drives Santino into the corner. Miz hits his trademark running corner clotheslines, and slides to the outside going to the top rope. A double axehandle attempt by Miz is met with a right hand by Santino who begins his comeback. Santino hits a back suplex, and ducks a clothesline with the splits. Santino delivers an armdrag, and goes for the cobra but walks into a big boot. Skull Crushing Finale spells the end for Santino at 5:55. Okay for what it was, but this would have been better as a promo battle.
Winner: The Miz (Pinfall-Skull Crushing Finale **)

Vladimir Kozlov (w. William Regal) vs. Goldust
Goldust takes charge early with a right hand, but runs into a shoulder block from Kozlov. Kozlov charges at Goldust, but comes up empty and goes flying over the top to the floor. Goldust delivers a right hand off the apron, but Kozlov comes back with a shot to the gut. He picks up Goldust looking to send him to the post, but Goldust slides down the back and posts the big Russian as we head to break. Back from commercial with Goldust in control with an armbar. Kozlov comes back to push Goldust into the corner, but charges into a big boot. Goldust goes to the second rope, but dives off into a battering ram headbutt sending him all the way to the floor. Kozlov goes out after him and throws him back inside. Kozlov picks up Goldust and delivers a series of headbutts to the chest before delivering a belly to belly suplex for two. Kozlov grabs a go behind, but Goldust elbows his way free. He ducks a big boot from Kozlov, and comes off the ropes with a clothesline. Goldust connects with a bulldog, and then hits a powerslam on Kozlov for two. Goldust misses an elbow drop, and that allows Kozlov to deliver the Iron Curtain which finishes at 8:05. After the match Regal delivers a knee trembler to Goldust for good measure.
Winner: Vladimir Kozlov (Pinfall-Iron Curtain *1/2)

R-Truth vs. Dolph Ziggler
Ziggler grabs an armwringer, and switches to a side headlock in the early going. A right hand from Ziggler insights Truth, so Ziggler bails to the floor. Back inside Ziggler hits a snap mare, and then a neck snap for a two count. Ziggler grabs an armbar, but Truth is back with an armdrag sending Ziggler rolling back to the floor. Dolph rolls back inside and catches Truth with a boot to take control. Ziggler whips Truth into the corner, but Truth ducks a charge and a jumping heel kick sends Ziggler back outside. This time Truth goes out after him catapulting himself over the top onto Dolph as we head for break. We're back with Truth still in control having Ziggler locked in an armbar. Truth goes for a scissor kick which misses, and then goes for the Lie Detector which also misses as Truth goes crashing all the way to the floor. Truth injures his arm on the way out, and Ziggler pleads with the official to count him out. Dolph hits Truth with a baseball slide as he attempts to get back inside, and then chokes him out around the second rope before we go back to the ring. Ziggler grabs a rear chinlock, and then delivers a bodyslam. Ziggler connects with a series of elbows which picks up a two count, and then grabs a modified chinlock with a body scissor. Truth fights his way to his feet, and then counters into a backslide for two. Truth hits a pair of clotheslines and a hiptoss. Truth hits a suplex which he turns into stunner for two, but Ziggler comes back with an X-Factor for two. Ziggler misses a Stinger splash in the corner, and that allows Truth to deliver a scissor kick for two. Ziggler comes back with a small package for two, and Truth counters into one of his own for two of his own. Ziggler goes for a fameasser, but Truth moves out of the way and delivers the Lie Detector to pick up the victory at 13:59. Really good main event from these two. Much better than I expected actually.
Winner: R-Truth (Pinfall-Lie Detector ***)

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