Every wrestling fan dreams of having creative control over the WWE output.
We all think that we have better ideas than the writers and that, if we were in charge of the show, ratings would soar.
We, as fans, know what we want. What we definitely do not want to see is storylines cut short, just as they are about to gather momentum.
This weekly series, a collaboration between myself and Alex Rivas, will attempt to book Raw, SmackDown and all WWE pay-per-views.
This is the fourth article in the series and will detail the Smackdown two weeks after Hell in a Cell. If you want to go back and look at previous articles in the series then you will be able to find them in my archive.
So far we have seen the debut of the Kings of Wrestling, the formation of a new heel stable for Del Rio and a masked attack on COO, Triple H.
The Miz and R-Truth are still a constant menace and they brutally attacked Daniel Bryan and Ted Dibiase in the backstage area this past Monday. They are also heavily suspected of having a hand in the assault on Triple H.
All of this begs the question, who let them into the arena and who gave them a backstage pass?
Will Miz and R-Truth show up on Smackdown? Read on and find out!