Unedited Version of WWE Smackdown Leaks Online, Includes Commentary


wwe smackdown leaksThe mole inside the WWE operation strikes again! Just last month, a script for the April 14th edition of RAW was leaked online. Prior to that, a small clip of unedited commentary was leaked shortly after CM Punk's departure that heard Michael Cole mocking the "CM Punk" chants that were taking place in the arena that night.A Reddit user has been (mostly) successfully predicting pay-per-view outcomes for months. And now this.

An unedited and unaired version of WWE Smackdown this week, taped on Tuesday, has surfaced online. The video was originally posted on YouTube, but that has since been removed. However, you can still watch the video HERE (at least, you could at the time of this writing).

It's a two-part video that features the entire broadcast of Smackdown, but with unedited crowd noises, missed cues and unheard commentary. 

At 51:52 of the second video, Michael Cole can be heard asking Vince McMahon (presumably) the following: "Do you want me to say that every time, because I've said it a shitload of times tonight." You can't hear a response, but moments later, Cole follows up with "OK…yes sir…yes sir…OK, I've got it sir."

You can hear a lot of the uncensored commentary throughout the video, plus as mentioned, there is no dubbing in crowd reactions which is something Smackdown does every week since it's pre-taped.

For a few more details of what can be heard/seen in the actual video, check out Deadspin.com's article that was released today covering the video being leaked.

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