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WWE Mobile on AT&T exclusive video

After Vickie Guerrero announced a blockbuster tag team match for this Friday night's SmackDown, WWE Mobile cameras caught up with Undertaker & Kane to get some comments about their impending battle with MVP & Matt Hardy.

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Old Testament, new twist

DAYTON, Ohio -- On SmackDown Friday night, David looked Goliath square in the eye -- chest, actually -- and, like the figure of biblical yore, amazed the masses with his unwavering skill and resolve. Then the Irishman ran into the ring and ruined everything.

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Aerial David vs. Punjabi Goliath

The Berlin Wall and Günter Schabowski. The Imperial Fleet and the Rebel Alliance. The New York Mets and September 2007. All great collapses, yet none that resonate quite so vividly as that of a slingshot-wielding tween facing off against a sword-swinging Philistine giant. Until this Friday night on SmackDown. That's when the greatest underdog story of all time -- David & Goliath -- gets a modern-day facelift with Rey Mysterio and The Great Khali. We hope.

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Oh captain, my captain!

DAYTON, Ohio -- If WWE Tag Team Champions Matt Hardy & Montel Vontavious Porter had to pick a team theme song, a version of "Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better" might be a good choice.

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Locked in

DAYTON, Ohio -- Motorcycle enthusiast Chuck Palumbo is usually the one building a masterpiece in his garage; on Friday Night SmackDown, however, "The Masterpiece" took apart the powerful Californian.

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Keep on hatin'

We get it, we get it -- Matt Hardy and MVP hate each other. No shared tag team gold, no common enemy, no one and nothing will ever change that fact. Not even their WWE Tag Team Championship defense against Deuce & Domino on SmackDown this Friday night, just two days before No Mercy. And that's precisely why WWE.com likes their chances this week.

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Long's collapse, Vickie's rise...SmackDown's fall?

WWE.com is pleased to report that SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long has awakened from his comatose state, nearly two weeks after suffering a massive heart attack on his wedding night to Kristal. No further details have been released regarding his condition, except that he remains under constant supervision in an Atlanta medical facility and, as one representative disclosed, "far from out of the woods. He still has a very tough road ahead of him."

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