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It was the sixth annual Judgment Day event and featured talent from the SmackDown! Due to WWE regulations, a title can not change hands via a disqualification or countout, so, as a result, Guerrero retained the title., A few months earlier, Brock Lesnar was the main guy on the Smackdown brand.