Well, I haven’t had the motivation to write up a review of SmackDown from this past Friday – in fact, if anybody is interested in writing the SmackDown reviews from now on, drop a comment and let me know.  We’ve got a bit of a special case this week though – rather than copy and paste from a “Newz” site, I’ve taken it straight from the horse’s mouth.  No, not Vickie Guerrero, but from WWE.com.  The reason being, there was an angle involving WWE Champion Jeff Hardy that was added into the broadcast after it was taped, and we usually take our SmackDown results from spoilers if I can’t get a review up.

WWE.com’s SmackDown results, after the jump!

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. As WWE Champion Jeff Hardy addressed the WWE Universe following his involvement in a hit and run accident, SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero retaliated against Triple H for the humiliation she endured last week by forcing him to compete in Triple Jeopardy  a series of three matches against unknown opponents.

WATCH all of the action now in the SmackDown Quick Cut and check out WWE.com’s exclusive ringside PHOTOS.

Jeff Hardy involved in a hit and run accident (PHOTOS)
In a pre-recorded message, Jeff Hardy addressed the WWE Universe concerning the hit and run accident that he and his girlfriend were the victims of late last night. He assured his fans that he would return to SmackDown the following week and defend his championship against Edge at Royal Rumble on Jan. 25. SmackDown aired exclusive footage from a police car on the scene of the WWE Champion’s accident (WATCH).

Triple H def. World Tag Team Champion John Morrison (Triple Jeopardy Tables Match) (PHOTOS)
The King of Kings set the tone early in his Triple Jeopardy bouts, reigning supreme over John Morrison by hurling the Shaman of Sexy off the top turnbuckle and onto the unforgiving table outside the ring. After the match, The Miz distracted The Game while Chavo Guerrero attacked him from behind, putting Triple H through a second table.

Triple H def. World Tag Team Champion The Miz & Chavo Guerrero (Triple Jeopardy Handicap Match) (PHOTOS)
Chavo Guerrero abandoned The Miz, refusing to accept his partner’s tag before leaving the squared circle entirely. This paved the way for 12-time World Champion to close the book on his second match of the night, hitting the self-proclaimed “Chick Magnet” with his devastating Pedigree.

Big Show def. Triple H – (Triple Jeopardy Last Man Standing Match) (PHOTOS)
Although The Game was somehow able to come back from Big Show’s vicious chokeslam onto the announce table, he could not beat the count following The World’s Largest Athlete’s dreaded knockout punch. After the match, Vickie Guerrero emerged with the glare of victory in her eye.

Undertaker def. United States Champion Shelton Benjamin (Non-title)
As the athletic Benjamin was attempting to spring himself backward from the turnbuckle, The Deadman caught him in midair, executing the lethal Tombstone to seal the Gold Standard’s fate.

The Bella Twins def. Michelle McCool and Victoria (Divas Tag Match)
The moment Brie tagged her sister into the match, Nikki scored a quick pinfall on the battle-weary Victoria with an Oklahoma Roll. Following the match, an irate Michelle attacked her tag team partner, hitting Victoria with the Wings of Love.

VIP Lounge with guest Mr. Kennedy
MVP confronted Mr. Kennedy about his recent microphone abuse at the fledgling Franchise Playa’s expense. This was abruptly interrupted when MVP found his VIP Lounge furniture being repossessed. After Mr. Kennedy suggested that things could be worse, Boogeyman emerged to attack the Ballin’ Superstar and introduce him to his worms.

WWE Tag Team Champions Carlito & Primo def. The Brian Kendrick & Ezekiel Jackson (WWE Tag Team Championship Match)
Shortly after Ezekiel Jackson was dropkicked out of the ring from behind, Carlito hit the Backstabber on The Brian Kendrick for the championship victory.

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The founder of BoredWrestlingFan.com and it’s parent company, Fropac Entertainment, ThinkSoJoE has been a wrestling fan since he first saw WWF television in 1986 at the age of four. His first wrestling memory was Hulk Hogan on Saturday Night’s Main Event talking about getting King Kong Bundy in a cage at WrestleMania 2. Sixteen years later, he met Hulk Hogan on the eve of WrestleMania X-8. On December 9, 2013, he legitimately won a Slammy Award (Best Crowd of the Year). ThinkSoJoE currently hosts the weekly BWF Radio podcast.

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