WWE SmackDown

2006, TV Show

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VIDEO: Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes Calls Out Big Show

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Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes Calls Out Big Show
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Length: 05:27
Posted: 12/19/2014

Teddy Long makes a match for WrestleMania. watch

VIDEO: Randy Orton & Kane vs. Christian & Mark Henry

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Randy Orton & Kane vs. Christian & Mark Henry
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Length: 03:03
Posted: 12/19/2014

An impromptu tag team match breaks out. watch

VIDEO: Royal Rumble Recap: 2008

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Royal Rumble Recap: 2008
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Length: 01:11
Posted: 12/19/2014

John Cena makes his surprise return at the 2008 Royal Rumble. watch

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Watch This Tonight: WWE Smackdown

No plans this Friday night? Well mark your calendar for an all-new WWE Smackdown.

This week's matches come from Cincinnati, Oh. and feature Triple H opening the show against Seth Rollins. Plus: Catch superstars like The Wyatt Family as well as heavyweight champ Randy Orton in the main event.

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WWE SmackDown Returns Amid Much Wrestling Mania

Pull out the spandex and get ready to get on your WWE SmackDown. The show will be returning to the ring on Friday, Oct. 3. As previously reported, SmackDown is moving homes from the CW (formerly UPN), where it was known as Friday Night SmackDown!Not only does SmackDown have a new home, but MyNetworkTV will give it a special kick-off with a big extravaganza: For the first time ever, the annual WrestleMania will be televised, on Oct. 2. — Anna Dimond Ready to throw a few punches to prep for the fall lineup? Try out some SmackDown clips instead, using our Online Video Guide.Related:• MyNetworkTV Plans to Lay the SmackDown• WWE Lays a Smackdown on the CW read more

MyNetworkTV Plans to Lay the SmackDown

Hold on to your spandex! World Wrestling Entertainment will be bringing their wrestlers to MyNetworkTV in fall 2008. The general entertainment network will become the exclusive prime-time broadcasting home for WWE SmackDown, a weekly, two-hour program featuring the blood, sweat and cleavage of all the WWE's top superstars. SmackDown has become one of the most highly watched programs on broadcast television among men during its nine-year existence, previously airing on UPN and the CW as Friday Night SmackDown! The WWE reaches 16 million viewers weekly with Smackdown and two other cable shows, Monday Night Raw on USA Network and ECW: Extreme Championship Wrestling on the SciFi Channel. — Adam Bryant read more

Boston Legal, J.Lo's $6 Mil Twins and More News Briefs

The ION Television network has inked a deal to air Boston Legal repeats on weeknights this fall.... WWE has narrowed the list of contenders to host its SmackDown series to MyNetworkTV and Tribune Broadcasting (as in Superstation WGN), says TV Week.... People and OK! are reportedly coughing up $6 million to share dibs on the first pics of Jennifer Lopez's forthcoming twins, says PageSix.com.... ReelzChannel has acquired second-run rights to At the Movies with Ebert & Roeper, starting next week. read more

WWE Lays a Smackdown on the CW

World Wrestling Entertainment has announced that it will no longer air Friday Night Smackdown! on the CW after it failed to reach a new deal with the netlet this week. While analysts have suspected that the WWE will eventually land at NBC's USA Network, there was no official confirmation from the wrestling organization about a new home. Smackdown had been a solid performer for the CW and its predecessor the UPN since 1999, but with a new focus on female-centric programming (America's Next Top Model, Gossip Girl), wrestling didn't seem the best fit for the fledgling network. — Mickey O'Connor read more

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The Miz welcomes Sheamus and Randy Orton on MizTV to talk about choosing Big Show as their...
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The Mexican Aristocrat Alberto Del Rio and Tag Team Champion Daniel Bryan go head to head.
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Premiered: September 22, 2006, on CW
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: Pro wrestling action featuring the superstars of World Wrestling Entertainment. The series made its debut on UPN in 1999 and immediately became one of the network's most popular programs.


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