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Re: WWE 2007 & Beyond by DDMac
When Friday night rolls around, WrestleMania 23 will be only NINE DAYS away. And much like the grandest stage of them all, Friday Night SmackDown! will be loaded to the gills. In possible retaliation to the double main-event of this past Monday Night Raw, SmackDown! GM Stephanie McMahon has signed two main-events for SmackDown! as well.
Last week, in order to help "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair, the World Heavyweight Champion Batista effectively screwed Chris Sabin out out of a Money in the Bank opportunity. This week on SmackDown!, The Animal teams up with Naitch to take on Chris Sabin ... and the 2007 Royal Rumble Winner Ken Kennedy. Will Mr. Kennedy be able to silence the critics so close to WrestleMania 23? Or will Batista show the cocky superstar why he's considered the most dominant World Heavyweight Champion of all-time?
Main-event number two is BIG in more ways than one ... and explosive. SmackDown!'s monsters, "The Big Red Machine" Kane and "The World's Strongest Man" Mark Henry team up to take on ... "The Game" Triple H ... and his WrestleMania 23 opponent, "The People's Champion" The Rock! After the decade of verbal assaults, sneak attacks, bloody wars, and 19 World Champions, will The Rock and Triple H be able to coexist against two monsters? Or will Kane and The Silverback show the dominance they plan to display against Raw at WrestleMania?
Both champion and challenger in the Cruiserweight Championship Match at WrestleMania 23 will be in action on SmackDown!. Rey Mysterio will take on one of his most frequent rivals Matt Hardy; Cruiserweight Champion, "The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels wrestles Jeff Hardy. Will Daniels and Mysterio continue to roll heading into WrestleMania? Or will each Hardy pick up some momentum heading into the Money in the Bank Ladder Match?
Also, the WWE Tag Team Titles will be on the line. Champions, The Hooligans Paul London and Brian Kendrick take on Shelton Benjamin and Gregory Helms in what should be one of the best matches of the new year. Will Benjamin and Helms regain their tag titles? Or will the run of The Hooligans continue to move forward at their trademark lightning pace?
All this and more Friday night at 8/7CT on FX.
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