Warrior Giving Away IC Belt, iMPACT!, Knockouts, Troops/RAW

Ryan Clark


The Ultimate Warrior is giving away his old yellow WWE Intercontinental Title belt. “Here is your chance to win the Yellow Autographed Intercontinental Belt signed by the Ultimate Warrior! All you need to do is comment on the video below to enter — comment as many times as you want until we select the winner on June 25. The more you comment, the better chance you have at winning.” To enter the contest, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DN0h2f6AGaY and comment on the video.

TNA iMPACT! debuts in Spain on Atenna 3, a broadcast network, this Saturday.

The Miami Herald has an article up on the relationship between TNA Knockouts star Angelina Love and Saving Abel’s Jared Weeks. There is talk of having Saving Abel perform at the TNA Victory Road PPV in Houston, TX.

WWE sent out this press release today. Wounded Soldiers And Veterans Get Assist From WWE® – STAMFORD, Conn., June 19, 2008- Thirty wounded soldiers and veterans will be special VIP guests of World Wrestling Entertainment® at the June 30 “Monday Night RAW®” when the show is broadcast live from the Ford Center in Oklahoma City on USA Network. The local Oklahoma City chapter of the national organization Soldiers’ Angels contacted hometown celebrity Jim “J.R. ®” Ross, the legendary announcer for RAW and a WWE Hall of Famer, about having the soldiers and veterans attend. J.R. put the wheels in motion with WWE to finalize the arrangements. “The servicemen and women who are guests of WWE are like family to us. I find it an honor to be able to play a small role in helping these brave war veterans who have been wounded in action see a night of entertainment that they will not soon forget,” said J.R., who added that WWE provides free tickets to all active duty military personnel who provide military ID the day of any WWE events across the U.S. that are not sold out. In recognition of its continued support of the U.S. military and their families, particularly through its annual holiday Tribute to the Troops tour of war zones in Iraq and Afghanistan, WWE recently received the Corporate Patriot Award at the annual GI Film Festival in Washington, D.C. Other past honors for WWE have been the first ever “Legacy of Hope” award from the USO of Metropolitan Washington, The Army Air Force Exchange Service Award in gratitude for WWE’s efforts to improve the quality of life for troops by supporting service members and their families worldwide and the Secretary of Defense Exceptional Public Service Award for exceptional public service in support of deployed military personnel in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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