They certainly don't need Sabu, whose last singles match of any length contained more blown spots than the entirety of SmackDown in 2006.
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well i would imagine all the "lead-ins" for moves would be left handed like irish whips etc. It would probably take some getting used to but i think it's the same as adapting to someone's wrestling style and being comfortable with it.