"WWE Super SmackDown LIVE!" 4-10-12 Talkback (Spoilers)

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  1. The Penguin

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    WWE SmackDown #660
    Tuesday, April 10, 2012 @ 8 p.m. ET/7 CT on Syfy

    Blast From The Past
    Catch WWE Legends including "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Mick Foley, Dusty Rhodes and The Million Dollar Man on Syfy tonight at 8/7 CT for a can't-miss special edition of SuperSmackDown LIVE.

    Cracking Down on Sheamus
    Sheamus' fate has been shrouded in mystery since his controversial assault of WWE Referee Chad Patton last week, but General Manager John Laurinaits will remove all doubt by finalizing The Celtic Warrior's punishment during SuperSmackDown - LIVE tonight on Syfy at 8/7 CT.

    Orton on Tonight's SmackDown
    Hear what WWE Hall of Famer "Cowboy" Bob Orton Jr. has to say about appearing on tonight’s special LIVE "Blast from the Past" edition of SuperSmackDown, and about his son Randy Orton’s rivalry with Kane. Tune in at 8/7 CT on Syfy. Watch



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  2. hobbyfan

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    $500,000? That is excessive, and proves again the contradiction of John Laurinaitis' statement about not abusing power. Why don't we just cut to the end and admit he's a proxy for Vince McMahon, who just won't give up his power at all?

    I say, you need a face to counter Laurinaitis right now. Teddy Long is being blackmailed, but Triple H has nothing on his plate at the moment. As COO (and Sheamus' mentor IRL), he can reduce the fine and remove the "permanent probation", citing the fact that Laurinaitis has not proven reasonable cause and is acting out of spite and a selfish abuse of authority.

    I say, we need Laurinaitis gone by the end of the summer, and he can take Vickie with him, because both are stale.

    If anyone deserves punishment, it's the guy abusing his authority.
     

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