WWE Tribute to the Troops2011

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Former WWE Superstar, former United States Marine and WWE road producer Road Dogg was on hand for WWE’s Tribute to the Troops, reflecting on the meaning of WWE's most patriotic event.

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John Cena explains the meaning behind the salute he makes during his entrances.

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Inspired by his appearance at Tribute to the Troops, the 'New Mr. Vegas' has offered free seats to his show for all servicemen and women in the coming year.

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Fort Bragg houses some of the most highly trained soldiers in the world and WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan found himself completely in awe of what the men and women of the North Carolina military installation do on a daily basis.

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WWE’s Most Patriotic Show of the Year, Tribute to the Troops featured action-packed competition, celebrities and musical performances honoring America’s military. Emanating from the home of the Army’s Airborne Forces and the Army Special Forces, the ninth annual Tribute to the Troops was an unforgettable experience.

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Superstars and Divas joined some of the hottest celebrities in entertainment for a press conference to kick off Tribute to the Troops, WWE’s annual celebration saluting the brave men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces.

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WWE CEO Vince McMahon, Kofi Kingston and The Bella Twins began a whirlwind tour on Nov. 30 to bring smiles to U.S. Armed Forces serving in Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan as part of the 2011 Handshake Tour - Tribute to the Troops.

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When your Twitter handle is something like "Ilikepuppies82" or "WWEismyfriend7654" it's pretty easy to have a moment of Twitter courage - calling out WWE Superstars and Divas in 140 characters or less, and then hiding behind an avatar.

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WWE's annual special for the Armed Forces returns this December with its biggest, most exciting line-up yet!

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It wouldn’t be Veterans Day at WWE.com without a phone call to say “thank you” to WWE’s most famous veteran, WWE Hall of Famer Sgt. Slaughter.

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