WWE Velocity features the Superstars of World Wrestling Entertainment's "SmackDown!" brand.

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WWE Velocity features the Superstars of World Wrestling Entertainment's "SmackDown!" brand.

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Not a good WWE show!
7 July 2002 | by (Vancouver, B.C.) – See all my reviews

WWE After Burn will break down the week that was for the WWE SmackDown!Brand. WWE After Burn will highlight matches and interviews from WWE SmackDown! show and WWE Velocity show as well as peeking behind the scenes with WWE SmackDown Superstars as they invade the entertainment world. It's not a show that I would bother watching every week because it's really boring and it's just about Smackdown! and Velocity. If it's only going to be about those two shows, then just call the dam thing SmackCity Recap, not after burn. The host of that show is also quit annoying. Please take this show off the air Vince, it's not worth the money. I give the show After Burn a D


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