According to the updated schedule on her official website, Lilian Garcia will be doing the ring announcing for some SmackDown shows next week. The reason for this is because SmackDown is holding three shows in Spain and well, Garcia has ties to Spain. GarcÃa resided in Madrid, Spain for the first eight years of her life due to her father’s employment with the American Embassy, and was schooled on an American military base, leading her to describe herself as a military brat.
Chris Masters is indeed a part of the suspension list. He didn’t appear at the SmackDown taping on Saturday night. ESPN.com reported on Thursday that Chris Masters was a client of the busted Signature Pharmacy firm, but his name was never implicated in the article by Sports Illustrated. Masters will be out of action for 60 days because he is a second-time Wellness Policy offender. Masters’ first suspension took place in late May 2006 due to a problem with painkillers. If Masters violates the policy just one more time, he will be subject to termination from the company.