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WWE: SmackDown Preview

BR StudiosFeatured ColumnistOctober 6, 2011

The WWE once again left its fans with a unique and intriguing ending this past week on Raw.  Triple H was the victim of an unprecedented WWE walkout as the majority of Raw and SmackDown superstars and divas gave the current COO of WWE an overwhelming vote of no confidence.  
Thankfully, Big Nasty and B/R video have no intentions of walking out as we keep you updated on the latest developments coming out of the first show since the walkout.  
How did the incident stemming from this past Monday affect SmackDown?  How are top heels and babyfaces reacting to Triple H's vote of no confidence, and who intends to take their protesting ways to the next level?  
The Big Show, like many top WWE stars, was more than conspicuous by his absence from the WWE walkout as he has been for months since Mark Henry took him out back at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view.  What words will he have for the World's Strongest Man, and is a match between the two all but inevitable? 
Plus, what shocking antic does Big Nasty perform at the conclusion of his video entry as it pertains to the mass exodus of the WWE superstars?  
All these answers, as well as the latest news and developments from a red-hot angle, can be found by watching the latest entry from B/R video. 
Be sure to follow Big Nasty on Twitter @ThisIsNasty.

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