American Veterans Confirmed For “Flashback Friday” Content On WWE Network


The WWE Network has updated the schedule for the week ahead, with the revelation that this week’s Flashback Friday content will feature a look back at American Veterans.

WWE’s American Veterans
This weekend, America honors its troops during the annual observance of Veterans Day. On WWE Flashback Friday, we’re showcasing Superstars who served in the U.S. military. From multiple branches of service and tours that spanned the globe, the WWE roster contains an impressive list of Superstars who have served. Each program on this week’s lineup highlights a hero, as we salute the veterans who have competed inside the squared circle.

Featured Moments
SmackDown, Episode #672
This Great American Bash 2012 edition features former Marine drill sergeant, Sgt. Slaughter.

Prime Time Wrestling, Episode #104
Includes a match featuring former U.S. Army paratrooper, Corporal Kirchner.

Legends with JBL
JBL interviews former Marine platoon sergeant and Operation Desert Storm veteran “Road Dogg” Brian James.

Mae Young Classic, Episode #4
Features former military police officer and U.S. Marine veteran Lacey Evans.

Tuesday Night Titans, Episode #40
Includes a match featuring U.S. Navy veteran and former Governor of Minnesota, Jesse “The Body” Ventura.

In Your House 3
The main event of this pay-per-view features former Military Police Specialist “Big Daddy Cool” Diesel, also known as WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash.

Royal Rumble 2001
Features the in-ring debut of WWE Hall of Famer and former U.S. Marine Reserve member Drew Carey.

WWE Hall of Fame Lookback: 1994
Includes the WWE Hall of Fame induction of “Classy” Freddie Blassie, a Navy veteran who served during World War II.

Nitro, Episode #192
Features a championship victory for U.S. Army veteran Perry Saturn.

SmackDown, Episode #353
Features a championship victory for U.S. Army veteran Bobby Lashley.


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