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WWE Friday Night Smackdown Preview- 20/5/05
The final stop on the road to Judgment Day comes from Nashville as Kurt Angle makes one of the biggest decisions in his career.
After defeating Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania, the Heartbreak Kid has been intent on getting a rematch with Kurt Angle. The recent draft lottery was seen as the only way the two could go toe to toe again but the draft kept both men apart leaving the dream rematch on the backburner. However, with Kurt Angle’s contract expiring after Judgment Day this Sunday, Raw’s General Manager Eric Bischoff has swooped, looking to take Angle to Monday nights and make the rematch reality.
Angle has proclaimed he has nothing to prove to Michaels but vowed to break the Showstopper’s ankle if they meet again. Will the lure of finishing off his rival once and for all prove too strong for Angle to resist? Michaels has taken his frustrations out on Eric Bischoff in recent weeks, hitting the GM with some Sweet chin Music, can Bischoff pull off a major coup and steal Angle from Smackdown? We will find out the answer this Friday night.
Also on Smackdown we will see a huge main event as the number one contender to the WWE Title, JBL will go one on one with The Undertaker. With just two days to go until both men face huge challenges, we are bound to see one man leave Nashville full of momentum heading into Judgment Day. One can only assume what kind of a role their opponents at the Pay Per View will play tonight as the WWE champion John Cena and the Legend Killer Randy Orton will be no doubt looking to strike the final blow before Judgment Day rolls around.
Booker T has been absent from the past couple of weeks on Smackdown, following both verbal and physical attacks from the coolest superstar on Friday nights, Carlito. These two will meet this Sunday and you have to wonder whether Booker T will show up in Nashville and look to make a mark on Carlito heading into Judgment Day.
It will no doubt be a bumpy ride with just 48 hours to go until the first Smackdown Pay Per View since Wrestlemania. What will the Smackdown superstars have up their sleeve this Friday night? Tune in for all the answers and more!
Confirmed for this week’s show:
JBL vs. The Undertaker
Kurt Angle must decide his future: Stay on Smackdown or jump ship to Raw