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London & Kendrick hope to avoid role reversal

Paul London & Brian Kendrick defeated then-WWE Tag Team Champions five times before finally defeating them a sixth time at Judgment Day to become the new Champions. Soon after winning the gold, the dynamic duo were caught off guard by The Mexicools in a non-title match. London & Kendrick hope that won't be the case when they face The Mexicools in a WWE Tag Team Championship Match tonight on SmackDown.

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Lashley hungry for more

Last week on SmackDown, Bobby Lashley overcame a knee injury and interference from King Booker's Court to defeat the King in singles competition, but the United States Champion isn't satisfied just yet. In fact, Lashley went to General Manager Theodore Long and demanded that he get another opportunity at his nemesis, King Booker.

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Pepsi Arena

With the No.1 moment in RAW history on its resume (as noted on the January 2003 RAW Special) —when Stone Cold Steve Austin made his entrance to the ring by tearing down the ramp from behind the wheel of a beer truck—Albany's Pepsi Arena is no stranger to WWE action.

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Dream or nightmare?

Tonight on SmackDown, Rey Mysterio will defend the World Championship against a man he has never beaten. But this isn't just any ordinary man; it's the World's Strongest Man, Mark Henry. Henry holds several victories over Rey in the last few months, and most recently he destroyed Rey in early May in a non-title match that JBL goaded the champion into. Despite the history, however, the champion is confident that tonight is finally his night.

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Family tradition

A helping hand never hurts, and for Rey Mysterio, a little help from Chavo Guerrero and his family playbook helped Rey retain the World Championship on SmackDown.

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