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By KEVIN ECK | September 7, 2008
I've been waiting for weeks to hear those two glorious words spoken with vitriol as only Vickie Guerrero can. Goodbye, whimpering, apologetic Vickie. Welcome back, scowling queen of mean. I'm so glad that WWE has resisted turning SmackDown's wickedly entertaining general manager babyface (reportedly that was to be the original ending of her story line with Edge). It was great to see her morph back into the woman viewers love to hate on SmackDown. (Go to baltimoresun.com/ringposts)
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By Arda Ocal | July 9, 2013
In a show that involved Vince and Stephanie McMahon, Triple H, a firing, several champions in action and multiple hype videos for a returning main event caliber Superstar, the two events that stood out involved three newcomers and an Internet darling. Let me start by saying this - I hope we see John Cena versus Daniel Bryan for the WWE title at Summerslam. I will repeat this statement in my WWE Money in the Bank predictions coming later in the week for The Baltimore Sun. Personally, I don't care how we get there - whether Daniel Bryan wins and cashes in, or gets the title match another way - I want this match to happen.
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By Kevin Eck, The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2011
Vickie Guerrero uses words such as "quiet" and "homebody" to describe herself. She spends a good portion of her time at home in El Paso, Texas working in her scrapbook studio and hanging out with her 16-year-old daughter. However, the mere sight of this quiet homebody at Verizon Center Sunday night and 1st Mariner Arena Monday night is guaranteed to send thousands of spectators into a raucous frenzy of jeers. And she'll be loving every second of it. Guerrero, who performs as one of the vilest — and unlikeliest — villains in WWE, will be among the pro wrestling stars appearing Sunday at the Capitol Punishment pay-per-view in Washington and Monday at the Monday Night Raw broadcast in Baltimore.
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By Adam Testa | October 26, 2012
There isn't much about the problems created by the brand split, or lack thereof, that hasn't been said. But as preparing for Sunday's Hell in a Cell, there have been a lot of theories floating around, and one of the prevalent ones has left me shaking my head. It doesn't directly relate to tonight's Smackdown, but it highlights one of the problems of the not-really-split split brands. Dolph Ziggler's Money in the Bank contract allows him a World Heavyweight Championship match at the time of his choosing.
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By Arda Ocal | July 9, 2013
In a show that involved Vince and Stephanie McMahon, Triple H, a firing, several champions in action and multiple hype videos for a returning main event caliber Superstar, the two events that stood out involved three newcomers and an Internet darling. Let me start by saying this - I hope we see John Cena versus Daniel Bryan for the WWE title at Summerslam. I will repeat this statement in my WWE Money in the Bank predictions coming later in the week for The Baltimore Sun. Personally, I don't care how we get there - whether Daniel Bryan wins and cashes in, or gets the title match another way - I want this match to happen.
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By Adam Testa | October 26, 2012
There isn't much about the problems created by the brand split, or lack thereof, that hasn't been said. But as preparing for Sunday's Hell in a Cell, there have been a lot of theories floating around, and one of the prevalent ones has left me shaking my head. It doesn't directly relate to tonight's Smackdown, but it highlights one of the problems of the not-really-split split brands. Dolph Ziggler's Money in the Bank contract allows him a World Heavyweight Championship match at the time of his choosing.
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By Adam Testa | October 22, 2012
WWE has a tendency of tearing down people in front of their hometown crowds. It's almost as if what started as a bad joke has now become canon and must be incorporated. Need to take someone down a notch? Wait until they're in front of a hometown crowd. Tonight, on Raw, it was General Manager AJ Lee's turn, as she was forced to resign from her position amidst "allegations" she fraternized with a member of the roster. There has been very little build to the removal of Lee from the post.
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By Adam Testa | April 2, 2012
A new era began on tonight's Raw. With Team John Lauriniatis' victory at WrestleMania , Laurinaitis officially launched his reign of control in WWE. His first orders of business? Rewarding the men who helped land him his position of power. Jack Swagger and Dolph Ziggler were granted shots at Santino Marella's United States Championship; Mark Henry was awarded a chance to dethrone CM Punk as WWE Champion; and The Miz was placed in the main event against Zack Ryder. The members of Team Johnny found a mixed degree of success.
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By Adam Testa | October 1, 2012
"This debate is completely ridiculous. There's no reason for a debate. " It's an election year. We all know how the McMahon family loves itself an election year. But I think it's fair to say Big Show sufficiently covered all the bases with those two sentences. On Friday's Smackdown, Big Show defeated Randy Orton to become the No. 1 contender to Sheamus' World Heavyweight Championship. On Raw, the two were engaging in a debate, arguing about the Big Show's body odor and whose finishing move is move devastating.
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By KEVIN ECK | January 4, 2009
On Smackdown on Friday night, an authority figure vs. rebel angle between Smackdown general manager Vickie Guerrero and Triple H began to heat up. ... Even though angles with heel authority figures abusing their power have been done to death, I'm looking forward to more interaction between Triple H and Guerrero. It wouldn't surprise me if this is building to a Triple H-Edge match at WrestleMania 25. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/ringposts)
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By Adam Testa | October 22, 2012
WWE has a tendency of tearing down people in front of their hometown crowds. It's almost as if what started as a bad joke has now become canon and must be incorporated. Need to take someone down a notch? Wait until they're in front of a hometown crowd. Tonight, on Raw, it was General Manager AJ Lee's turn, as she was forced to resign from her position amidst "allegations" she fraternized with a member of the roster. There has been very little build to the removal of Lee from the post.
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By Adam Testa | October 1, 2012
"This debate is completely ridiculous. There's no reason for a debate. " It's an election year. We all know how the McMahon family loves itself an election year. But I think it's fair to say Big Show sufficiently covered all the bases with those two sentences. On Friday's Smackdown, Big Show defeated Randy Orton to become the No. 1 contender to Sheamus' World Heavyweight Championship. On Raw, the two were engaging in a debate, arguing about the Big Show's body odor and whose finishing move is move devastating.
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By Adam Testa | April 2, 2012
A new era began on tonight's Raw. With Team John Lauriniatis' victory at WrestleMania , Laurinaitis officially launched his reign of control in WWE. His first orders of business? Rewarding the men who helped land him his position of power. Jack Swagger and Dolph Ziggler were granted shots at Santino Marella's United States Championship; Mark Henry was awarded a chance to dethrone CM Punk as WWE Champion; and The Miz was placed in the main event against Zack Ryder. The members of Team Johnny found a mixed degree of success.
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By Kevin Eck, The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2011
Vickie Guerrero uses words such as "quiet" and "homebody" to describe herself. She spends a good portion of her time at home in El Paso, Texas working in her scrapbook studio and hanging out with her 16-year-old daughter. However, the mere sight of this quiet homebody at Verizon Center Sunday night and 1st Mariner Arena Monday night is guaranteed to send thousands of spectators into a raucous frenzy of jeers. And she'll be loving every second of it. Guerrero, who performs as one of the vilest — and unlikeliest — villains in WWE, will be among the pro wrestling stars appearing Sunday at the Capitol Punishment pay-per-view in Washington and Monday at the Monday Night Raw broadcast in Baltimore.
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By KEVIN ECK | September 7, 2008
I've been waiting for weeks to hear those two glorious words spoken with vitriol as only Vickie Guerrero can. Goodbye, whimpering, apologetic Vickie. Welcome back, scowling queen of mean. I'm so glad that WWE has resisted turning SmackDown's wickedly entertaining general manager babyface (reportedly that was to be the original ending of her story line with Edge). It was great to see her morph back into the woman viewers love to hate on SmackDown. (Go to baltimoresun.com/ringposts)
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By KEVIN ECK | August 31, 2008
If you're of the opinion there's too much "sports entertainment" on wrestling shows these days and not enough wrestling, I hope you caught Smackdown on Friday night. There was an Undertaker-Vickie Guerrero angle sprinkled throughout the show, but the main focus was on the action in the ring. With a quintet in the Championship Scramble at the Unforgiven pay-per-view next Sunday, there is no better way to sell that match than to showcase the wrestling skills of the participants. (For more, go to baltimoresun.
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By KEVIN ECK | September 28, 2008
Friday night's Smackdown, which was the final episode of the show on the CW network before next week's move to MyNetworkTV, was mostly a straightforward wrestling program except for a show-long angle that concluded with The Undertaker delivering a Tombstone piledriver to Vickie Guerrero. Perhaps this is a prelude to the return of Edge. It would make sense to bring him back for the show's big debut on the new network Friday. (For more, go to baltimoresun.com /ringposts)
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