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Friday Night Smackdown Preview:
Last week, Smackdown went off the air amidst chaos and confusion, as Batista - earlier in the night screwed - apparently - by The Undertaker - came for revenge, believing the WWE Championship match to be over, and delivered a punishing Spinebuster to The Phenom ... unaware that on the stage, Arn Anderson was in the process of restarting the title match after Orton intentionally got himself disqualified. In the end, Orton retained the gold, but not without controversy - and this Friday in Charlotte, Orton has vowed to call out the GM, furious with what he believes to be a continued vendetta against him. Just how far will Orton go tonight, should Anderson agree to meet him face to face in the ring??
And, how will The Undertaker and Batista react to the carnage of last Friday. Will The Undertaker now look to strike back in his ongoing issue with The Animal after being screwed out of the WWE Championship?? Will Batista even be sorry, despite his mistake?? Batista also has a match with MVP to deal with the Friday, as Arn Anderson gives Porter his request for higher - and bigger - competition. With MVP out to impress and prove a point, Batista could well have his hands full on Friday if he has his focus elsewhere.
After somehow escaping Detroit with the WWE Tag Team Titles in tact, AMW celebrate THREE HUNDRED days as champions this Friday - but given the way Harris and Storm kept the titles last week, will Americas Most Wanted even have anything to truly celebrate?? The Caribbean Connection will surely be furious to see AMW waltz into North Carolina with the title belts that they should be now holding - except for the untimely return of the Mad Murdoch Twins; Festus and Trevor, costing Carlito and Kofi the titles last week on Smackdown. Last month - in an act of self defence - Carlito knocked out Festus with the ring bell, but it appears that the Murdochs didnt take it lightly. Did they go too far in costing the pair title gold last week?? And, what kind of impact will they have this week on Smackdown, assuming they look for another piece of Carlito and Kofi, who face Elix Skipper and Kid Kash in tag team action.
Despite the huge show last week on Smackdown, Arn Anderson is pulling out all the stops again this week, with TWO huge main event matches. The first, a 2 out of 3 falls match between Jamie Noble and The Brian Kendrick for Kendricks title, which will bring an end to the rivalry that has bubbled throughout the summer. Twice already, Kendrick has managed to escape Nobles challenge and keep the gold, but this week, he'll need to score two falls to see off the dogged challenger. Many believe that Kendrick has been lucky to beat Noble twice, with questionable tactics used to keep his title, and they believe he'll be unable to do it twice in one match. Will Jamie Noble bring the curtain down on the longest title reign in the history of the Cruiserweight division??
And, in the second of the two main events, Shawn Michaels travels from Raw - with his first pick for Team Raw at the Survivor Series - to take on Brock Lesnars first Team Smackdown pick. With illustrious names such as Rey Mysterio, Matt Hardy, Kurt Angle and Shelton Benjamin to choose from on Raw, and the likes of Paul London, Garrison Cade, RVD and the undefeated Nick Nemeth over on Smackdown, it promises to be a huge interpromotional match when Raw and Smackdown collide this Friday. Tensions between Michaels and Lesnar almost boiled over on Raw, only for the two being kept apart. With both team captains expected to be in the corner of their picks on Smackdown, could HBK and the Iron Man give the fans a taste of what is to come in L.A next month??