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The W - Pro Wrestling - Is the Homecoming spoiler a swerve?
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Some of you have probobly read that Matt Hardy is on the advertized card of future Smackdown house shows. Which makes the big match kind of anticlimatic.

This is either someone being sloppy and messing up kayfabe worse than WCW taping 3 months of TV in a single weekend, like they did in '93.

Or someone was smart enough to catch onto the fact that the net has used this kind of information before to predict the winner of matches and is shrewd enough to use it to swerve us in an angle that may have been a work from the start.

And that person is Matt Hardy, Version 2.00.





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WWE has been "giving away" big match results by advertising future house show cards for a long time.

On a side note, I really dont think WWE works as hard to swerve internet fans as we think they do.




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Probably VII because it epitomizes everything that I liked about wrestling when I was a kid.
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