WWE & TNA stars on same show
This Sunday (1/31), AudioWrestling.com in conjunction with the Showdown Network and dozens of wrestling radio shows from around the globe present the WRA 2010 Wrestling Radio Awards show. The awards will be part of all-day festivities on AudioWrestling.com which will also have Royal Rumble pre and post shows and a live ‘results & reactions’ audio stream during the Royal Rumble PPV event itself.
The big news heading into the event (which will be stationed in Atlanta, the same host city as the Royal Rumble) is that in a very rare occurrence, current title holders from BOTH WWE & TNA will take part in the same event! In addition, the winner of the 2009 Wrestler Of The Year award will accept the award personally on the show. This makes for some interesting possibilities in the Atlanta shadows of the Royal Rumble – only hours before the PPV goes live.
Not only will top wrestling stars be on the show, but nearly all of the top wrestling radio shows from around the world will be represented in some capacity either presenting awards or being finalists themselves to accept awards. In addition to hearing excerpts from all of the award winning interviews from 2009, many of the wrestling radio shows will be setting up shop and having their own fresh roundtable segments on Sunday including:
Pro Wrestling Report
Ministry Of Slam
and Monday Night Mayhem
Trey Dawg from Wrestling News Live will be the WRA 2010 event host and be one of a dozen guest presenters this year.
A listing of finalists and potential WWE/TNA pair ups are now being featured on AudioWrestling.com and official voting for many of the awards will remain open up until Saturday night at Midnight ET on WrestlingRadioAwards.com
There will be programming all-day on AudioWrestling.com this Sunday but the live coverage from Atlanta kicks off at 4PM ET leading all the way to the start of the Royal Rumble.
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