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WWE Smackdown in 140 Characters or Less

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As the terrifying titan known as the Undertaker walked through clouds of smoke during last night's WWE Smackdown tapings at U.S. Airways Center, thousands of raucous wrestling fans held up their cell phones like Zippos at an arena rock show to pierce the darkness with glowing points of light. That's not the only use they found for their mobile devices, as WWE wrestlemaniacs dispatched plenty of tweets about how much fun they had at the event, as well as how sad they were that Jeff Hardy had just competed in his last match for the forseeable future.

And that includes Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett, who was snapping plenty of Twitpics from his ringside seat. Thanks for the snapshots DD, now how's about bringing home the Lombardi trophy?

Here are some of our favorite tweets from the non-NFL wrestling fans:

@TehMetalGod WWE Smackdown & ECW was fucking amazing. One of the best days of my life.

@rach_h_88 @JEFFHARDYBRAND So glad I got 2 c ur last match, I would have kicked myself if I missed it u r amazing, u changed the WWE for the Better

@joep82 just got back from wwe smackdown. undertaker and dx!! sweet!

@GothicGee I'm not even that big a hardy fan, but i wanna cry that jeff is out of wwe for a bit. Emotional day for me perhaps?is it a sign?

@dcpresents My son and his friends are having a ball at WWE. Made a great day greater. Now that's what life's about!

@BrianPaul49 Went to WWE Smackdown tonight. Was soooo good!! Got some great pics. UFC next time.

@saleemerakat Smackdown was Awesome tonight in PHX.
about 8 hours ago from UberTwitter

@HOTRED54 On my way home from taking my boys to WWE Smackdown. It was awesome my boys loved good bday choice for my little one!

@LakishaHolley SmackDown layla is alittle to sexual 4 my nephew!
about 9 hours ago from txt

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