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WWE Night of Champions PPV 2010 Results

Featuring a Six-Pack Elimination Challenge for the WWE Championship plus Undertaker vs. Kane for the World Heavyweight Championship—in a no-holds-barred match—WWE Night of Champions PPV 2010 was an event to remember, even if it was clunky at times.

WWE Night of Champions PPV 2010 Results

Dolph Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston (Intercontinental Championship Match)
Result: Dolph Ziggler retains with a Zig-Zag (12:45)

Big Show vs. CM Punk
Result: Big Show wins with a Knockout Punch (4:45)

The Miz vs, Daniel Bryan (United States Championship Match)
Result: Daniel Bryan wins the United States Title with a Lebell Lock (12:30)

Melina vs. Michelle McCool (Lumberjill Match to Unify the Women’s and Diva’s Championship)
Result: McCool wins the Unified Diva’s Championship with a Big Boot (6:25)

Kane vs. Undertaker (No-Holds-Barred Match for the World Heavyweight Championship)
Result: Kane retains with a Tombstone Piledriver (12:50)

The Hart Dynasty (w/Natalya) vs. The Uso Brothers (w/Tamina) vs. Vladimir Kozlov and Santino Marella vs. Evan Bourne and Mark Henry vs. “Dashing” Cody Rhodes and Drew McIntyre (WWE Tag Team Championship Gauntlet Match)
Result: Rhodes and McIntyre capture the Championships with a Cross Rhodes from Rhodes (13:30)

Six-Pack Challenge for the WWE Championship (Sheamus vs. John Cena vs. Chris Jericho vs. Edge vs. Wade Barrett vs. Randy Orton)
Eliminations: Jericho (1:20), Edge (15:00), Cena (18:50), Barrett (20:30)
Result: Randy Orton pins Sheamus with the RKO (21:35)

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America’s Got Talent 2010 Top 3

America’s Got Talent’s crowned Michael Grimm its fifth-season champion during Wednesday night’s live finale broadcast of the NBC reality competition series.

The 30-year-old musician and singer from Henderson, NV won America’s Got Talent’s grand prize of $1 million and the headline role on this fall’s national show tour based on home viewer votes cast following Tuesday night’s live performance episode which featured performances from the competition’s four remaining acts.

“Is this real?” asked Grimm, who appeared genuinely shocked to hear America’s Got Talent host Nick Cannon announce his victory.

Jackie Evancho — a 10-year-old opera singer from Pittsburgh, PA who many had deemed the competition’s frontrunner — finished as America’s Got Talent’s fifth-season runner-up.
“This experience has been amazing, I have loved every single moment that I’ve been doing it and I just really hope that I’ll be able to sing for you guys again,” Evancho said after Grimm’s win was announced.

“You definitely will,” Cannon replied.

Fighting Gravity, a 13-man special-effects performance group from Blacksburg, VA finished in third place.

“This isn’t the end, it’s just the beginning for you, and you will see all the huge opportunities that are out there for you are appearing on this show,”America’s Got Talent judge Sharon Osbourne told the group of Virginia Tech fraternity brothers following their elimination.

“I know you are going to have your own show in Vegas, and if you guys don’t give me front-row seats on the first night that’s it!”

Prior to revealing the results, America’s Got Talent’s finale broadcast featured each of the four acts performing a duet with an established singer. Quale sang with Donna Summer, Fighting Gravity performed with Lionel Richie, Grimm sang with Jewel, and Evancho sang with opera singer Sarah Brightman.

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USA Wins 2010 FIBA World Basketball Championship With Win Over Turkey

A young Team USA has won the country’s first FIBA world basketball championship in 16 years.

Kevin Durant scored 28 points – including seven 3-pointers – as the United States beat the tournament’s host, Turkey, 81-64 in the gold medal game in Istanbul last Sunday.

The game capped off a perfect tournament for Team USA, which won all five of its group games before going 4-0 in the knockout stage.

Durant, 21, was named the tournament’s MVP. The team featured no players from the United States’ 2008 gold-medal-winning Olympic squad, and half of its 12 members are younger than 23.

The victory makes the United States an automatic qualifier for the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England. It also wraps up a remarkable 25 months for Team USA coach Mike Krzyzewski, whose Duke Blue Devils won an NCAA title last spring between the United States’ victories in Beijing and Istanbul.

Team USA last won the FIBA World Championship in 1994, when it beat Russia in the final.

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