2016 10-on-10 WWE Survivor Series Match (Video), WWE Stars Thank Veterans, Quick Note From PW Staff

Traditional Survivor Series Tag Team Elimination Match (Full Match)

Ahead of Survivor Series, coming your way on November 19th from Houston, TX, WWE has posted a video on their YouTube page featuring the 10-on-10 traditional Survivor Series Tag Team Elimination Match from 2016. The match features The New Day as Raw’s captains, while The Uso’s captain Team SmackdownLive.


WWE Superstars Thank Veterans For Their Sacrifice

With it being Veteran’s Day, several WWE Superstars have posted on Twitter, publicly thanking the Veterans for their service to this country and their selflessness. You can see a few below, including former WWE Champion, Jinder Mahal, Samoa Joe, John Cena, and more.

With that in mind, we here at ProWrestling.com also want to take the time to thank all those that have served and sacrificed. We thank you for your service and will never forget. Happy Veteran’s Day.

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Thanking all of those who have courageously fought for our freedom. #VeteransDay pic.twitter.com/csPYkZfSht

— Vince McMahon (@VinceMcMahon) November 11, 2017


Free because of the brave. #RememberanceDay2017 pic.twitter.com/qXYlGsMDNZ

— The Maharaja (@JinderMahal) November 11, 2017

BIG THANKS TO All those that have Served,Survived and Died to ensure the Safety of our Great Nation. God Bless you All and #HappyVeteransDay @usarmy @usnavy @navyudtsealmuseum @marines @theusacoastguard @unitedstatesnavyseals pic.twitter.com/5jliivR5AV

— Titus O’Neil (@TitusONeilWWE) November 11, 2017

Because they gave ! pic.twitter.com/foxvdWWM5L

— Fit Finlay (@ringfox1) November 11, 2017

Happy Veterans Day from Lawler’s Army to all who serve or have served our great nation! pic.twitter.com/orIBffpZuX

— Jerry Lawler (@JerryLawler) November 11, 2017

Thank you for your sacrifice. Thank you for your selflessness. Thank you for your service. Happy Veterans Day.

— Samoa Joe (@SamoaJoe) November 11, 2017

Forever grateful for all who have served and sacrificed in the name of inalienable rights. #VeteransDay

— John Cena (@JohnCena) November 11, 2017


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