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Instant messaging toward Cyber Sunday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The messages sent on SmackDown Friday night were far more powerful than John "Bradshaw" Layfield's shameless lobbying for you to elect him as the guest referee for "Batista-Undertaker IV" at Cyber Sunday. The Phenom conveyed a very physical communication that he wouldn't stand for any biased officiating in the World Heavyweight Title Match. Moments later, The Animal directed a more substantial missive -- he won't back down from The Deadman who beat him for the title at WrestleMania 23.

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Dysfunction junction

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Okay, so that's not quite the old Schoolhouse Rock! ditty about "Conjunction Junction," but it sums up what happened on Friday Night SmackDown between Rey Mysterio, Finlay and WWE Tag Team Champions Matt Hardy & MVP.

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V for Vote

Compressing both The Miz and John Morrison on SmackDown, Big Daddy V may have also squeezed some last minute support in his campaign to receive an ECW Title Match at Cyber Sunday. Raising his paw, Big Daddy V formed the shape of the letter that has become synonymous with dominance, but could also stand for votes (in his favor) heading into the interactive pay-per-view event.

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WWE Mobile on AT&T exclusive video

Following Friday Night SmackDown, WWE Mobile cameras caught up with Mark Henry, who had a few choice words about the upcoming ECW on Sci Fi Monster Mash. You can see what The World's Strongest Man had to say right now exclusively on WWE Mobile on AT&T.

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Opposing forces

Tonight on The CW Network, Cyber Sunday opponents Matt Hardy and MVP will take on the team of Rey Mysterio and his Cyber Sunday opponent, Finlay. The match was put together by SmackDown's Acting General Manager Vickie Guerrero as a result of Finlay's actions during last week's contest between MVP and Rey on SmackDown.

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Cyber Sunday is one click away

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- SmackDown's Kane and Mark Henry faced off last Friday, in Henry's first action since his loss to Undertaker four weeks ago. The Big Red Monster, meanwhile, was coming off his second appearance on ECW on Sci Fi, when the World's Strongest Man and The Great Khali interrupted his match with Big Daddy V.

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