Live Tuesday SmackDown Preview, Vince Turns 66, SD Dark Match



- WWE Chariman & CEO Vince McMahon turns 66 years old today.

- The following matches are confirmed for next Tuesday’s special live edition of WWE SmackDown on Syfy:

* WWE Champion Alberto Del Rio vs. Sin Cara (Non Title Match)

* World Heavyweight champion Randy Orton vs. Christian in a Steel Cage Match.

- The dark main event that took place after Tuesday’s WWE SmackDown tapings from Calgary saw World Heavyweight champion Randy Orton defeated Christian in a Street Fight – with Bret Hart as the special guest referee.

Triple H brought out Bret Hart prior to the match, which got a tremendous pop from the live crowd. Christian refused to enter the ring, but was thrown into the ring by Triple H. After the match, Bret Hart put Christian in the sharpshooter to end the show.



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