-- WWE.com has a look at the one year anniversary of SmackDown! on SyFy up at this link.
-- The website also continues to push the walkout angle, featuring comments from "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase, Don Muraco and "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan.
"What the events of this past Monday showed me was a lack of maturity on the part of the Superstars," said DiBiase. "Instead of saying 'you know what, I've got a great job,' they're moaning and complaining."
Don Muraco echoed similar sentiments.
"I've never been so embarrassed for my industry," Muraco stated. "In my day, you often had to fight your way into the ring. We had to battle the crowd before we could face our opponent. Security? Give me a break... In our economy, be thankful that you have a job at all. Don't stand around and cry because someone may sneak up on you. What, you haven't got the guts to watch you own back?"
The burial of the majority of the roster continued with Duggan saying, "It's a sad situation. These guys have forgotten who they are and the roots they came from. They appreciating the level they're at. Back in the day, if management is set to go in one direction, you went there. If you didn't, there were many others that would take your place."
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