By Ryan Clark | November 05, 2007
Beginning today, the syndicated "Family Feud" television game show will feature ten WWE superstars (of course only 8 "current" Superstars as Booker & Sharmell are now gone) battling it out all week long in what is being described as "a full-on contest of wits and wills." Many media outlets are running articles on the show that features Boys vs. Girls. Ric Flair, Mr. Kennedy, Batista, The Coach and King Booker will take on Candice Michelle, Michelle McCool, Maria, Layla and Queen Sharmell. The Divas won the game today and won the bonus $20,000 at the end. Candice and Sharmell did the final bonus question/answer segment. The stars will appear on the show all week long.
WWE has released two new Christmas ornaments on WWEShop.com. One features cartoon pictures of superstars while the other features the actual picture of superstars. You can check them out at WWEShop.com.
The official theme song for WWE's upcoming Survivor Series pay-per-view is "Tick Tick Boom" by The Hives.
As I reported earlier this morning here on the site, OVW's Vladimer Kozlov and Atlas DeBoe worked WWE house shows this weekend. Kozlov defeated Brian Kendrick in a singles match while William Regal beat Atlas DeBoe.
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