WWE Tribute To The Troops 12/18/10

We begin the show with a message from President Obama, thanking the men and women who are serving our country, and God bless them.

Welcome to a very special presentation saluting the troops, by WWE.  They are in Fort Hood, Texas, the largest military base in the world. 

Michael Cole and Jerry “The King” Lawler welcome us to the show and we start the performance with a song by Diddy Dirty Money, singing their hit single “Coming Home”.

Diddy has a few words, thanking the troops for what they are doing, this is his first tour and he is touched by the experience he has had talking with the troops.

Taylor Swift has a video speech for the troops, thanking them for their services.

Kelly Kelly welcomes us back to the show, and when we come back to the ring, Miss USA Rima Fakhi is a special ring announcer.

Kofi Kingston and The Big Show are set to face off against Jack Swagger and Dolph Ziggler.

Kofi and Big Show win with a Chokeslam on Jack Swagger.  Entertaining match that sets the tone.

Coming up next, Trace Adkins performs.

Olympic Gold Medalist Lindsey Vonne gives us a message now.

Los Angeles Lakers Kobe Bryant wants to wish the troops a Happy Holiday season.

Earlier today, The View’s Sherri Shepherd, dressed as Santa comes out with Hornswoggle, as her elf, handing out gifts for the troops.

Country legend, Trace Adkins is performing his latest single “Whoop a Man’s Ass”.

Former President George Bush gives us a speech now, telling the troops how proud he is of them, and God Bless You.

Earlier today, Cedric The Entertainer came out to salute the troops.

Match time, Rey Mysterio, John Cena, and Randy Orton will face off against The Miz, Wade Barrett, and Alberto Del Rio.

The cast of 30 Rock are thanking the troops and WWE.

Orton, Mysterio, and Rey won the match with a 619, RKO, and an Attitude Adjustment on Del Rio and Barrett.  The faces ended the show the right way.

Special thanks go to Diddy Dirty Money for singing “Coming Home”, Trace Adkins for singing “Whoop Some Ass”, along with Kid Rock “Born Free”, and Goo Goo Dolls with “NotBroken”, songs that were featured on the show.

A nice video presentation closes the show.

Kevin’s Thoughts:

Tonight’s show wasn’t about storylines, it really wasn’t about WWE.  Tonight were about the men and women making sacrifices so that we can sleep at night.  I want to personally thank each and every single one of them for what they do and to have a safe, and a very Happy Holidays.  USA Network will re-air this broadcast with their own extended version that features more WWE superstars, starting at 8:00 PM.  I enjoyed this show, and I truly want to see it on Wednesday.  What did you think of the show?  Email me at DJKevinGillman75@aol.com or drop me your thoughts on the site.


About Kevin Gillman
I have had this blog up for a few years, writing every Monday night and anytime in between. Always check the site out, send me a comment on what your thoughts are for the current state of wrestling.

3 Responses to WWE Tribute To The Troops 12/18/10


    Thanks for your site, and your update – what DOES this mean …. The faces ended the show the right way.

    • Kevin Gillman says:

      Thank you, what I mean are the good guys end the show by putting smiles on the faces of the crowd.

  2. irfan says:

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