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Perhaps only the fury of Hell itself can compare to that of an angry giant -- and, that's exactly how the volatile 7-foot Big Show was feeling just days after his second confrontation with Floyd "Money" Mayweather on Raw. The target of the leviathan? An injured, debilitated Rey Mysterio on Friday Night SmackDown.

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Big Show-stopper

Rey Mysterio's homecoming bore some bad news that got even worse, thanks to SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero and returning Superstar, Big Show. An address to the Master of the 619's San Diego natives about his immediate future ended with a brutal beating to the already-injured masked Superstar.

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Two roads diverge

SAN DIEGO -- Coming off an explosive No Way Out, SmackDown kicked off the final road to WrestleMania with World Heavyweight Champion Edge beaming from his win over Rey Mysterio. The World Champion came to San Diego intent to fire the first salvo toward his WrestleMania XXIV opponent, a man who is undefeated on The Grandest Stage of Them All: Undertaker.

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WWE Mobile on AT&T exclusive video

Friday night on SmackDown, General Manager Vickie Guerrero vengefully ordered an injured Rey Mysterio into a match against ECW Champion Chavo Guerrero. Somehow, the Ultimate Underdog was able to squeeze out a victory, so an unsatisfied Vickie called out Plan B: The massive Big Show! You can witness the carnage and see the aftermath for yourself right now, courtesy of WWE Mobile on AT&T.

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Singh set for surgery

Ranjin Singh, the translator for the 7-foot-2, 420-pound Great Khali, will undergo surgery Monday to repair the fractured patella that he suffered this past Sunday night at No Way Out. The injury, which occurred after Singh was kicked from the entrance of the Elimination Chamber to the ground by Undertaker, proved that no one -- even outside the ring -- is safe around "Satan's Structure."

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