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For Batista, the truth hurts JBL

UNITED KINGDOM -- More than a century ago, G.F. Northall's Folk Phrases of Four Counties listed the familiar English children's taunt, "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me." Thankfully, neither Mr. Northall nor his junior associates lived to utter inflammatory comments in the way of the World Heavyweight Champion, Batista -- especially ones that concern his Cyber Sunday opponent, Undertaker.

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Shillelaghs and shenanigans

UNITED KINGDOM -- You know the old saying "You can't tell the players without a scorecard"? Well, when it comes to SmackDown's involvement at Cyber Sunday, not even a scoreboard will help you remember who's going after whom.

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Interactive altercations

UNITED KINGDOM -- After invading the Land of the Extreme earlier in the week, Kane returned to Friday Night SmackDown to face The Great Khali. Wasting little time, The Punjab Giant gave the Big Red Monster a not-so-warm welcome back, getting disqualified for using a cable to try and decimate Kane. As Kane recovered from the attack by Khali, ECW's Big Daddy V made his way to the ring, looking for retribution against the Big Red Monster for his involvement as CM Punk's partner on ECW on Sci Fi.

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Even exchange?

The NFL's trading deadline came and went this past Tuesday afternoon, but football's brass weren't the only General Managers wheeling and dealing that day. That night on ECW on Sci Fi, Armando Estrada welcomed acting SmackDown leader Vickie Guerrero to his Hardcore domain, and the two struck a deal to share talent between the two brands.

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Drew McIntyre: SmackDown's Knaveheart

"He that wull ti Cupar, maun ti Cupar." It's an old Scottish proverb -- "If someone is determined on a course of action, there is no stopping him." Well, Drew McIntyre is from Scotland, he is determined on a course of action, and if he has his way, there'll be no stopping him on Friday Night SmackDown.

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WWE Mobile on AT&T exclusive video

Friday night on SmackDown, Rey Mysterio met Finlay in a No. 1 Contender's Match to determine Batista's opponent at Cyber Sunday. But after Undertaker's unexpected appearance left both Mysterio and Finlay laid out in his wake, the World Heavyweight Championship Match for Oct. 28 was put in flux.

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