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The Countdown Begins! First Time Live In NZ

09 February 2005

The Countdown Begins!First Time Live In NZ - WWE®

The card for the WWE® SMACKDOWN® ROAD TO WRESTLEMANIA® 22 TOUR on 4th March at Westpac Stadium, Wellington has been announced and it’s not one to be missed!
WWE SMACKDOWN PRESENTS

4 Main Events

Olympic Gold Medalist and World Heavyweight Champion faces The Deadman and “The Worlds Strongest Man” for the World Title
Chris Benoit vows to make Booker tap!
Triple Threat Match for The World Heavyweight Championship
Kurt Angle vs. Undertaker vs. Mark Henry (w/ Daivari)

United States Championship
Chris Benoit vs. Booker T. (w/ Sharmell)
Rey Mysterio vs. Randy Orton
Boogeyman vs. JBL
WWE Tag Team Championship
Matt Hardy & Road Warrior Animal vs. MNM

Triple Threat Match for
The Cruiserweight Championship
Jamie Noble vs. Kid Kash vs. Gregory Helms

Lashley vs. Orlando Jordan
Funaki vs. Finlay
Brian Kendrick vs. Sylvan
…and many many more!!

*LINE UP SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Tickets are available at: ticketek.com or by phone: 09 307 5000 or 04 3843840

View photo at following URL: http://mediacom.nzpa.co.nz/attachments/6806_ReyMysterio.jpg

ENDS


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