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- Tonight's "Blast from the Past" Super SmackDown opens up with a vintage video for the Legends that will be appearing. We go to the normal SmackDown opening video before Josh Mathews welcomes us to SmackDown from Hampton, Virginia.
- We see a video from last week where Daniel Bryan broke up with AJ Lee. Michael Cole plugs Piper's Pit with Bryan and Roddy Piper for later tonight.
- Lilian Garcia introduces Mean Gene Okerlund and the Hall of Famer is in the ring. He welcomes us to SmackDown and brings out his guest - World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus.
Sheamus takes the mic and thanks Okerlund. Sheamus talks about hitting the referee last week and letting everyone down. He says there's no excuse for his actions and his behavior. Sheamus publicly apologizes to referee Chad Patton, the other WWE officials and everyone across the world. Sheamus says he's sorry. Sheamus says we all make mistakes and try and learn from them. Some learn the easy way, some learn the hard way. Sheamus says he always learns the hard way. The new music of John Laurinaitis hits and out he comes.
Laurinaitis storms the ring and shows us the video of Sheamus hitting the referee last week. Laurinaitis says he's going to take some action. He wants a public apology. Sheamus says he already has. Laurinaitis says he didn't hear it and makes Sheamus apologize again. He tells Sheamus to apologize to the rest of the referees again and Sheamus does. Same with the people across the world. Another apology from Sheamus. Laurinaitis says that's not good enough. Sheamus is now on permanent probation. If he touches another referee, even by accident, then he's fired. Laurinaitis says he's going to fine Sheamus the largest fine in WWE history - $500,000. Laurinaitis wishes Sheamus good luck in his match tonight. It will be Daniel Bryan and Alberto Del Rio vs. Sheamus and... Gene Okerlund.
Randy Orton vs. Mark Henry
Back from the break and out comes Randy Orton to a big pop from the crowd. Out next is Mark Henry.
They lock up and Henry throws Orton to the corner. Orton fights out but Henry tosses hi to the other corner. Henry misses a clothesline and Orton fires away with right hands. Henry drops him with a headbutt. Orton with right hands now. Orton mounts Henry in the corner but Henry slams him to the mat for a 2 count. We see Orton's dad watching backstage as we go to commercial.
Back from the break and Henry is in control after going back and forth during the break. Orton fights out of a hold but Henry scoop slams him. Henry hits a big splash on the mat for another 2 count. Henry takes Orton back to the corner and works him over. Henry with a big splash and more offense. 2 count by Henry.
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