SmackDown results: Cena helped Sheamus stand tall after a "huge" altercation at the height of SmackDown's main event

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November 30, 2012

Damien Sandow def. Tyson Kidd

Sandow sought out an apprentice

Pontificating to the WWE Universe on his thus-far futile attempts to enlighten the masses, Damien Sandow appeared on Friday Night SmackDown with a new approach in mind. Instead of focusing on the multitudes, he would redirect his efforts by sharing his knowledge on an individual basis.

Then, peering into the WWE Universe in attendance, Sandow selected one member of the audience to potentially be his “apprentice.”

With such a “privilege” on the line, Sandow asked the audience member three questions to prove his worth. After the potential apprentice answered the first two, fairly simple quandaries without any trouble, Sandow posed the following head scratcher: “What is the orbital velocity of Jupiter's moon Europa?”

When the audience member (understandably) didn’t know the answer offhand, Sandow proceeded to call him an ignoramus and dismissed him from the ring.

Damien Sandow def. Tyson Kidd

After dismissing his potential apprentice, Damien Sandow looked to dismiss Tyson Kidd in a one-on-one bout. The self-professed “Intellectual Savior of the Masses” nailed Kidd with the Elbow of Disdain and it looked like the end was near. But Kidd — WWE’s resident workhorse — fought back with everything he had.

Despite the hard-fought effort by the last graduate of the Hart Family Dungeon, the skilled Sandow countered an elbow drop in a crucial moment, following it up with Terminus and  scoring another impressive win.

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