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WrestleMania XXVI: The World Television Premiere

Updated on August 7, 2010

Airing tonight only in a one hour explosive event, WrestleMania XXVI : The World Television Premiere will feature highlights from WrestleMania XXVI. The stage is set to today's hot new acts in music. It is going to be an explosive one hour family friendly program! This is the second year in a row that NBC and the WWE will bring this amazing pop culture event to network television.

You can only watch this event on NBC for one night. And that night is tonight August 7th at 9pm. To bad I have to be at work because the Superstars of the WWE Raw and WWE Smackdown, John Cena, Randy Orton, Triple H, Rey Mysterio, Edge, and even Chris Jericho performed to a sold out crowd in Arizona at the University of Phoenix Stadium.

Also going back in time the show on NBC will air the most controversial episode of the WWE, and that was the match up of Shawn Michaels and the Undertaker. They are undoubtedly the two most prolific stars of the WWE, and over 72,000 fans were on their feet. For the WWE Universe it will be an emotional roller coaster of athleticism. The two immortals of the WWE is said to have even put grown men to tears, (the show was pre taped), and captivated the audience.

Being the highest grossing event ever held at the stadium in Arizona the WWE made history. The event was held at the University of Phoenix Stadium and even had more in attendance than SuperBowl XLII. Over 72,000 people attended. It is estimated that people from all 50 states and even 26 different countries attended the event of WrestleMania XXVI. The event was also broadcast in over 100 languages to 20 different countries on PayPerView.

So be sure to tune in tonight on NBC at 9pm to watch the best WWE show this century!


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