WWE Friday Night SmackDown (11/25/11) Results: Live Blog, Coverage and Analysis

Kaleb KelchnerContributor IIINovember 25, 2011

Welcome to the live blog for WWE Friday Night SmackDown, November 25, 2011 edition.

First thing's first: No spoilers in the comment section please.  Myself and those who have managed to remain unspoiled greatly appreciate it.

Not only is the fallout from Survivor Series being advertised for tonight's show, but also a tag team where Sheamus and Zack Ryder will take on Dolph Ziggler and Jack Swagger.  

At Survivor Series, Mark Henry retained his World Heavyweight Championship by way of disqualification, ending the match with a brutal kick below the belt on Big Show.  Big Show was quick to find retribution though, crushing Mark Henry's leg with a steel chair.

Tonight, expect for an update on Mark Henry, and plans to be laid out for the World Heavyweight Championship.  Similar "ankle crushings" have left the recipients out of commission for months, can we expect the same for Mark Henry?

Join us here as SmackDown begins at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT on Syfy for live results and coverage of the show.

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