By Ryan Clark | May 10, 2009
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Once again, for the 4th time, the WWE house show in Grand Rapids has changed again to a double main event with Chris Jericho vs. Rey Mysterio for the Intercontinental Title and Edge vs. Jeff Hardy for the World Heavyweight Title. With Jericho and Mysterio's issues again on Smackdown and this match set up for tonight, it will most likely be Mysterio vs. Jericho for Judgment Day next sunday in Chicago, but no offical match has been set for the PPV.
During this week's edition of WWE Superstars and Smackdown, WWE aired an updated intro before Superstars and Smackdown go on the air is shown with one tweak and two updated clips. An updated Randy Orton clip was added where he acts like a viper, John Morrison replaces JBL before a clip of Edge is shown, and finally a clip of John Cena with the World Heavyweight title belt replaces the Chain Gang spinner pendant. I'm passing this note along.
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