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Official WWE SmackDown! Preview for Tonight

Posted by Vegas Martin in WWE News
Friday, October 24th, 2008

The following is from WWE.com:

Survival for Sunday
Written: October 20, 2008

Before WWE Champion defends his title at , he has to survive Friday Night SmackDown. Just two days before the most interactive pay-per-view of the year where he will face either or in one-on-one competition, or both Superstars in a Triple Threat Match, The Game will be tested by in a -caliber matchup arranged by General Manager Vickie Guerrero.

While Triple H is looking to escape SmackDown’s contest with enough gas in his tank to end the weekend as reigning champion, The Deadman has a match of his own to worry about. Set to take on , who has recently become Guerrero’s right-hand man, one can only wonder if this match is the GM’s way of wearing down Undertaker before the pay-per-view event.

Can either Superstar manage to be at 100 percent for their respective contests at Cyber Sunday? Could Big Show and either Hardy or Kozlov have a potential advantage after Friday? Or would they prefer their competition to be in top condition come Sunday?

Before WWE Champion Triple H defends his title at Cyber Sunday, he has to survive Friday Night SmackDown. Just two days before the most interactive pay-per-view of the year where he will face either Jeff Hardy or Vladimir Kozlov in one-on-one competition, or both Superstars in a Triple Threat Match, The Game will be tested by Undertaker in a WrestleMania-caliber matchup arranged by General Manager Vickie Guerrero.

While Triple H is looking to escape SmackDown’s contest with enough gas in his tank to end the weekend as reigning champion, The Deadman has a match of his own to worry about. Set to take on Big Show, who has recently become Guerrero’s right-hand man, one can only wonder if this match is the GM’s way of wearing down Undertaker before the pay-per-view event.

Can either Superstar manage to be at 100 percent for their respective contests at Cyber Sunday? Could Big Show and either Hardy or Kozlov have a potential advantage after Friday? Or would they prefer their competition to be in top condition come Sunday?

Don’t miss what is sure to be a memorable, costly battle between Triple H and Undertaker on Friday Night SmackDown, 8/7 CT on MyNetworkTV.

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