JOIN US, OR ELSE!
June 3, 2004
Undertaker may have no choice but to join forces with the
Dudley Boyz and Paul Heyman. One week after Paul Bearer was
kidnapped by the Dudleys, Heyman told the Deadman that he'll
never see Bearer again, unless he agrees to align himself with
the very men responsible for the kidnapping! Heyman said, "It's
not Undertaker that has Paul Heyman by the throat... it's Paul
Heyman who has YOU by the throat." Heyman said he'd
give Undertaker one week to think about it. What will his
decision be? Find out next week on SmackDown!
Also on the show, John Bradshaw Layfield announced the
stipulation for his WWE Championship Match with Eddie Guerrero
at The Great American Bash (Sunday, June 27 live on pay-per-view
from Norfolk, Va.). JBL said that it'll be a Texas Bull Rope
Match, meaning that Latino Heat -- the master of lying, cheating
and stealing -- won't be able to get disqualified because there
is no disqualification. The rules of the match: One man ties his
hand to one end of the rope, the other man ties his hand to the
other -- and from there, anything goes! To win, you must drag
your opponent to all four corners and touch them in succession.
John Cena interrupted Booker T's in-ring interview, and soon
a melee ensued between the two men. General Manager Kurt Angle
came out and was inadvertently knocked over by Cena. Angle --
already injured, and already no fan of Cena's -- was irate. He
threatened to call the WWE Board of Directors and have Cena
stripped of the U.S. Championship! Surely there will be more
developments next week on SmackDown!
Elsewhere on SmackDown!, Mordecai came out to the ring for a
highly unusual prayer in which he insulted the crowd in Toronto,
calling them sinners, and he damned them all to hell. He said,
"Father, you will forgive the sinners, but I will not!"
It was also announced that Kenzo Suzuki of Japan will debut
next week on the show.
SmackDown! kicked off with a tribute to Mr. James Dudley, who
died earlier this week at the age of 93. Dudley is a member of
the WWE Hall of Fame
WWE Champion Eddie Guerrero defeated Danny Basham
Cruiserweight Champion Chavo Classic def. Funaki
Miss Jackie won the Summer Break Out Bikini Contest
Rey Mysterio def. Rene Dupree
Undertaker vs. Booker T ended in a no contest