WWE Confirms Cancellation of SUPERSTARS

WWE has confirmed today that their third wrestling program, WWE SUPERSTARS, has been cancelled.  The final taping is expected to air April 7th, 2011. No further details were provided by the WWE at this time.  SUPERSTARS has existed in some capacity since 2009, and has typically been used as a vehicle for lower card talent, typically featuring Superstars such as Zach Ryder, Yoshi Tatsu, Chris Masters and others.  It’s likely the cancellation is to make room for the upcoming WWE TOUGH ENOUGH, which is scheduled to debut the day after WrestleMania. No word on what will happen to the stars typically featured on the show, but there is typically a large wave of releases after WrestleMania; whether the stars will stick around or be released remains to be seen.

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