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WWE Mobile on AT&T: The End of an Era?
For the past several weeks, Edge, his fiancée, SmackDown GM Vickie Guerrero, and the rest of his cohorts have done nothing but make former World Heavyweight Champion Undertaker's life a living hell. In an abuse of power three weeks ago, Vickie even went as far as stripping Undertaker of the championship due to the use of his now-illegal submission maneuver.
On this week's edition of SmackDown, Edge "paid tribute" to Undertaker's career, suggesting it will end at One Night Stand after their TLC Match for the World Heavyweight Championship. The Rated-R Superstar later hosted The Deadman on The Cutting Edge — a ploy for the Ultimate Opportunist to gain an advantage on The Phenom going into One Night Stand. In the end though, it was Edge backing up the ramp as Zack Ryder got the Last Ride through a table.
That's not where Friday night's action ended, though. After the camera's turned off, Edge, Chavo Guerrero, Bam Neely, Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins again attempted to gain the upper hand on The Phenom. To find out who is going into One Night Stand with the true advantage, watch the video available exclusively through WWE Mobile on AT&T. Don't have Ringside yet? Subscribe or switch today.