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Re: WWE 2007 & Beyond by DDMac

The FINAL stop on the long road to WrestleMania will be upon us when Friday Night SmackDown rolls into Battle Creek, Michigan.

"The Boss" John Cena has promised to call out The Undertaker on SmackDown just two short days before WrestleMania 23. Will the Doctor of Thuganomics come through on his guarantee and call out The Phenom? And will The Deadman even be in the arena to accept the challenge of the brash but dominant challenger to his WrestleMania winning streak?

Last week on SmackDown, "The Game" Triple H took it upon himself to Pedigree his WrestleMania opponent, hated rival, and then tag team partner, The Rock, effectively costing himself and The Rock a match against Kane and Mark Henry. This week on SmackDown, the self-proclaimed King of Kings pays for his actions when he takes on Kane and Mark Henry in a Handicap Match! Will The Game be able to survive the onslaught of two monsters before facing The Rock in two days? Or will Triple H find himself limping into the grandest stage of them all?

Moreover, the 2007 Royal Rumble Winner Mr. Kennedy will take on the manager of the World Heavyweight Champion Batista, "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair. Will the Dirtiest Player in the Game be able to weaken up the number one contender before Batista gets him at WrestleMania? Or will Mr. Kennedy continue his roll right into Ford Field?

Plus, King Booker, and the New King's Court, "The Express" Elijah Burke and "The Alpha Male" Monty Brown, take on "The Real Deal" Bobby Lashley, "The Fighting Irishman" Finlay and the United States Champion William Regal.

Also, we can expect some interaction between Cruiserweight Champion Christopher Daniels and Rey Mysterio. As well as the two SmackDown tag teams involved in the Inter-promotional eight man tag at WrestleMania JUST TWO DAYS AWAY.

All this and more Friday night at 8/7CT on FX.

for the week of September 28th


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