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Matches for Tonight's SmackDown, Flair Backs Out of Indy Shows, ROH Star Works NXT Tapings
By Marc Middleton
Aug 23, 2013 - 8:24:23 AM

- WWE taped the following matches to air on tonight's SmackDown:

* Curtis Axel vs. Cody Rhodes

* Big E Langston vs. Dolph Ziggler

* Christian vs. Alberto Del Rio

* Antonio Cesaro vs. Darren Young

* Big Show and Mark Henry vs. 3MB in a handicap match

* Daniel Bryan vs. Wade Barett in a steel cage match

- A new promotion out of Florida, XSE, had to cancel their debut events for this coming weekend because of Ric Flair. Flair pulled out of the XSE events to take another booking in Virginia. XSE canceled their events because they didn't want to run with their biggest name being a no-show.

- Ring of Honor star QT Marshall worked last night's WWE NXT tapings, losing to Aiden English. Apparently Marshall didn't receive an entrance and the match may have been a dark match. Marshall worked ROH's Manhattan Mayhem show last weekend.

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Partial source: PWInsider

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