The April 7, 2011 Edition of Superstars is a Professional wrestling television show of the WWE, it was taped at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina on April 5, 2011. This was the last edition of the show to air on TV, as of next weeks show it will air on WWE.com in America.
Two of Raw’s young lions locked up on “WWE Superstars” tonight as the explosive Yoshi Tatsu tangled with the snide Canadian, Tyson Kidd. As expected, it was a fast-paced contest with each man coming within seconds of scoring the win on multiple occasions. After some breathless action, Kidd nearly found victory when he attempted to put Tatsu in The Sharpshooter, but the Japanese Superstar persevered and connected with a stiff kick to the head to beat his arrogant opponent.
Entering the ring without his girlfriend, Maryse, by his side, the smug Ted DiBiase seemed ready to focus on getting a win in the ring instead of bickering with his French-Canadian beauty. But The Fortunate Son found Santino Marella to be a more worthy opponent than he may have expected. Still hot off his tag team win at WrestleMania XXVII, the Italian Superstar weathered DiBiase’s offensive storm before striking with The Cobra for another big win.
“WWE Superstars” started off on a sour note as the sinister Drew McIntyre brought his dark cloud personality to the ring. Locking up with the exciting JTG, the twisted Scotsman did everything he could to pick apart his opponent before knocking him out with a devastating boot to the face. Then, with a demented look in his eye, McIntyre pulled the prone JTG off the canvas and nailed him with the Future Shock DDT for an emphatic ending to a brutal contest.
- Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
- (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
- Yoshi Tatsu defeated Tyson Kidd (9:57)
- Santino Marella defeated Ted DiBiase (10:50)
- Drew McIntyre defeated JTG (4:40)
Other on-screen talent