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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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Singapore 2010 Youth Olympics

Last Saturday, Singapore welcomed young athletes from around the world in a ceremony opening the inaugural Youth Olympic Games. This is the first ever Summer Youth Olympics, an event designed to be celebrated in the same tradition of the Olympic Games – the major difference being that the competitors are all between 14 and 18 years of age. This year, 3,500 athletes from more than 200 countries are competing in 184 events in 26 sports.

Collected here are some photographs of the inaugural Youth Olympic Games, which will run until its closing ceremony on August 26th.

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