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Ten Sports brings in a rush of adrenaline with WWE Armageddon

30-December-2006
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Ten Sports brings in a rush of adrenaline with WWE Armageddon

While every channel is busy lining up a variety of shows to welcome the New Year ranging from recaps of 2006 to countdown shows to film-based shows, Ten Sports is out to pep things up a bit with its exclusive coverage of WWE Armageddon. The channel will air the three-hour long wrestling extravaganza on December 31 at 11 am.

Among the highlights of the event, which would be telecast live from the US, would be the tag team match of the year when King’s Court team comprising King Booker and Finlay face WWE Champion John Cena and World Heavyweight Champion Baptista.

Another highlight of the event will see wrestler Kennedy attempt to make it three victories in a row over The Undertaker in a Last Ride match. Kennedy, one of WWE’s most vocal stars, has pulled off two big surprise victories over the veteran Undertaker in recent months.

Ten Sports has been running a series of advertisements to build up excitement around the event for quite sometime now.

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