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Despite previous reports, PWInsider reports that there will not be a WWE overseas “Tribute To The Troops” show in the Middle East this year. However, WWE is looking into doing a similar style show domestically at a military base, possibly in Texas.
We’ll keep you updated on WWE’s plans this year.
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why the fuck not no never mind why ask that we know wwe doesn’t care about their history.
well i sure hope if it is domestic it is at Ft. Bliss
WWE ur dropping the ball with this one. Hmmm but The McManhons sure have time and money and helping Linda McManon in Senate race ….hmmmmmmmm..The Troops fight 4 our Country its the least u can do WWE
Yeah with Linda’s senate run in Nov, this might be the wrong decision..
If i were her opponents, id slam her for being a part of a company making this decision..
You idiots… Didn’t the US withdraw troops from Iraq? I know US troops are still in the middle east, but things are obviously changing and the procedure for such a big production may have changed too. WWE still wants to put on a show, but maybe here in the states is the only option available.
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