Indian-born Khali on Ten Sports

The much-awaited JUDGEMENT DAY on Ten sportS!

Watch Indian-born Khali on Sunday 4 June, 2006 at 9.00 am on Ten Sports!

MUMBAI, June 2: Judgement Day will have all the big-name superstars competing for the top spot. Fans will see the entertainment giants spew sweat, cuss words and vicious blows as they all battle it out for the number one position. All this on Sunday, June 4 and followed by the repeat telecast the next day. Only on Ten Sports !

The long existing feud between Rey Mysterio, the biggest underdog champion in sports-entertainment history and JBL is sure to produce more than fireworks on Judgment Day. This will be a turn for the worse! The fans know it, JBL knows it and even Rey knows it. A continuous inspiration to his fans, this 5’ 6” man will try his utmost to retain the World Championship. Curiosity, excitement and exasperation will be written large over the faces of fans for this match for sure.

WWE fans wait with bated breath for June 4th which will portray how The Undertaker will give vent to his pent-up emotions. The match will be more than a fist of fury and fans can expect more than bloodshed and gore. Judgement Day – the answer lies therein!! Will The Great Khali dominate The Undertaker? Watch the repeat telecast of the ‘Judgment Day’ on the 5th of June at 10:00 am and get smacked!

Another interesting match to watch will be Mark Henry against Kurt Angle will surely angle for revenge on Judgment Day. This wrestling mean-machine, as he is known, is sure to vent his fury on Mark, something fans should not miss for anything in the world.

However, fans can expect a slightly long fight between Chris Benoit and Finlay on Judgment Day. Will Benoit make it is the big question? Judgment Day will see Melina and Jillian get nastier than ever. A visual delight for the male fans for sure it is bound to surprise WWE fans! Booker T. against Lashley will be another exciting match to look forward to while Super Crazy and Gregory Helms, the self-proclaimed “greatest Cruiserweight Champion” are sure to create more controversies in the world of WWE sports.


§ Paul London & Brian Kendrick v/s MNM

§ Chris Benoit v/s Finlay

ABOUT TEN SPORTS: Only launched in April 2002, Ten Sports is watched by more viewers than any other sports channel in the Sub-continent. Ten Sports is available in over 48 million households via cable and satellite networks across the world. In just a short span of three years, Ten Sports has also become the world’s biggest producers of cricket. The Channel broadcasts cricket from Sharjah, the West Indies, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Morocco throughout the Indian sub-continent and Asia, as well as in Europe and the Middle East Also, Ten Sports has broadcast cricket from India, the World Cup 2003 and the ICC Champions Trophy 2004 in certain territories.

For further information please contact:

Lavanya Iyer

Ten Sports

Tel: 022 56623101/6289

Neha Parab / Canta Dadlaney

ZZEBRA, Mumbai

Tel: 022 26496712/6713


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