What follows are the events of Thursday, December 7, 2006 at 1 p.m. Iraq time. WWE personnel were setting up a makeshift arena in a parking lot at Camp Victory, Baghdad, when three mortars were fired into a crowded street less than a block away. A number of people were injured in the attack; luckily none were members of WWE. Later in the day the 13 members of the WWE crew involved in the incident were presented medals from the Lieutenant Colonel in charge of the area where the attack occurred. The awards honor entertainers or those working in entertainment organizations who are involved in action while visiting troops during a war.
Not a bad show at all. I was pretty annoyed over the fact that four out of the five matches had a finish with either a roll up or a back slide. I swear the TNA agents are the least creative people in the world with their finishes.