[WWE] 24/7 gets all festive…

WWE.com has announced that the theme for WWE 24/7 throughout December will be “Season’s Beatings”. The line-up will include the following…

December Program Highlights

Celebrate the holidays WWE-style as we look back at the most memorable holiday moments and matches in wrestling history:

Relive the unforgettable Holiday Tribute to the Troops from 2003 and 2004, as Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mick Foley, John Cena, Mr. McMahon, the beautiful WWE Divas, and other WWE Superstars travel to Iraq to entertain our American military heroes.

Stone Cold Steve Austin is no Saint Nick, but the Texas Rattlesnake decides who’s been naughty or nice on a classic episode of Monday Night Raw.

D-Generation X gets into the holiday spirit and delivers a “special” gift to the WWE fans.

Holiday themed episodes of Prime Time Wrestling and Tuesday Night Titans.

Countdown the 12 Days to Christmas with Carlito, Randy Orton, Stacy Keibler, Booker T and other WWE Superstars as they reminisce about their favorite matches.

December will also focus on the Hall of Fame career of “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka. Gene Okerlund hosts a look at Snuka’s remarkable life in wrestling, from his memorable rivalries with Magnificent Don Muraco and Rowdy Roddy Piper to his historic leap from the steel cage at Madison Square Garden.

All your other WWE 24/7 On Demand favorites are here as well:

The Old School area features three (3) great action-packed cards from historic venues like Madison Square Garden and Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens.

Tazz continues to chronicle the Evolution of Extreme in the History of ECW.

Primetime programming features the Monday Night War battles for sports entertainment supremacy and a sensational episode of Saturday Night’s Main Event, with Hulk Hogan defending the WWE Championship vs. The Honky Tonk Man and Demolition defending the Tag Team Title vs. the Brain Busters.

WWE Armageddon 2002 and WCW Starrcade 1992 are guaranteed to heat things up in The Big Ones.

So enjoy “Season’s Beatings” all throughout December and we’ll see you in 2006 when WWE 24/7 On Demand’s January programming will premiere the latest WWE Pay-Per-View spectaculars like WWE Unforgiven and WWE No Mercy just weeks after their original airing.

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