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WWE Mobile on AT&T exclusive video

Following the traumatic events surrounding the wedding of Theodore Long and Kristal Marshall, WWE Mobile on AT&T subscribers were able to continue watching exclusive footage of what happened next with SmackDown's ailing General Manager. Here is your opportunity to witness the continuing tragedy that unfolded after SmackDown went off the air. Watch the video now.

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Hornswoggled

In her first major decision as Acting General Manager of SmackDown, Vickie Guerrero made a big decision about the smallest Cruiserweight Champion ever. She told Hornswoggle that he would have to abdicate the title in order to protect himself from the threat of other cruiserweights and members of the locker room.

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The Deadman rises to the occasion

INDIANAPOLIS -- Undertaker made his long-awaited return to Friday Night SmackDown in frighteningly dominant fashion. Mark Henry, on the other hand, left Friday Night SmackDown in a manner that no one -- particularly he -- could ever envision: Flat on his back.

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All things big and small

INDIANAPOLIS -- The "half-man, half-amazing, one-half of the WWE Tag Team Champions," MVP, celebrated his one-year anniversary as a SmackDown Superstar (check out MVP's one year tribute page) by throwing a party in his VIP Lounge.

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Medical update on Theodore Long

The shock of seeing General Manager Theodore Long collapse during his wedding last Friday won't soon vanish from the thoughts and prayers of his intended, Kristal, those on the SmackDown roster, or our fans. Unfortunately, from the few details WWE.com has been able to attain, the status of Long's condition almost one week after he was rushed to a local medical facility in Atlanta has not improved.

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Deadman stalking

Legend has it that in Europe during the Middle Ages, Hun invaders marked their territory by mounting the head of a slain enemy on a stake. Undertaker went a step further at Unforgiven, reclaiming his territory by leaving the body of the World's Strongest Man broken and battered on the mat. Leaving Mark Henry in his wake sent a clear message: That Undertaker's resurrection is complete, and no one on the SmackDown roster should feel safe from his wrath.

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