Mysterio to soar on SmackDown

28 08 2007

For our fans who hoped to witness the hottest SummerSlam in years last Sunday, they certainly weren’t disappointed. Yet even though the Biggest Party of the Summer has officially come to an end, expect plenty of heated rivalries and conflicts to boil over on SmackDown this Friday night.

SummerSlam heralded the return of one of its most popular Superstars to ring action…much to the chagrin of Chavo Guerrero. Rey Mysterio is back, and judging by his performance at the Biggest Party of the Summer, he’s better than ever. But now that he has dialed up some much-deserved payback against Chavo, what’s next for the Master of the 619? Expect the masked Superstar to let our fans in on his next move when SmackDown rolls into Albany’s Times Union Center.

In an epic SummerSlam battle between monster and Animal, Batista blocked The Great Khali’s Vise Grip, and withstood the awesome fury of a Khali Bomb. Unfortunately, the World Heavyweight Champion looked smaller than a 7-foot-3 giant when he assaulted his challenger with a chair across the back. Although he was disqualified and took nearly a dozen retaliatory chair strikes, the Punjabi powerhouse remains World Heavyweight Champion…though it also means that he still has a very angry Animal on his tail. Will his inability to finish off Batista come back to bite The Great Khali on SmackDown this Friday night?

Last Sunday also hosted a literal beer bash only WWE could possibly host: A Beer-Drinking Challenge which saw Matt Hardy’s proxy, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, drop United States Champion MVP with a keg-crushing Stunner. But has Matt’s hatred for the Ballin’ Superstar impaired his good judgment? Last week on SmackDown, GM Theodore Long ordered MVP to partner with Hardy against Deuce & Domino for the WWE Tag Team Titles. The tag champions already pummeled the duo during their 1-on-1 Basketball Challenge; how can these two mortal enemies put their differences aside long enough to work together in the ring, much less share tag team bling?

Expect a post-SummerSlam heat wave of controversy on SmackDown this Friday night at 8/7 CT, only on The CW Network.

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