Welcome, boys and girls, to another episode of The Lawcast. This time, our hosts cover the infamous Great American Bash 2004. It's the night John "Bradshaw" Layfield shockingly became WWE Champion by defeating Eddie Guerrero in a Bullrope Match. It's the night The Undertaker buried Paul Bearer in a concrete crypt. And it's a showcase of how terrible Smackdown was in 2004, featuring Rene Dupree, Kenzo Suzuki, and Mordecai.
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