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Adam Copeland, Extra AEW Stars Seem In 2024 Shark Week Advert


All Elite Wrestling is happy for Shark Week.

From July 7 to 13, 2024, the Discovery Channel is airing its thirty sixth annual Shark Week, which guarantees to inform some fascinating and horrifying tales of sharks. This 12 months’s programming might be hosted by former WWE Champion John Cena.

Primarily based on a brand new business, it appears that evidently different professional wrestlers are overrated for the sequence.

The present’s official Twitter account launched a promotional advert encouraging viewers to remain house and watch Shark Week all week lengthy. This message was delivered through track by quite a few notable tv figures. This contains Drew and Jonathan Scott of Backed By The Bros, Battle of the Seashore’s Alison Victoria, and the forged of TBS’s Impractical Jokers. A number of All Elite Wrestling stars made appearances within the business as nicely, specifically Renee Paquette, RJ Metropolis, Anthony Bowens, Max Caster, Billy Gunn, former TBS Champion Willow Nightingale, and former TNT Champion Adam Copeland.

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Shark Week 2024 continues at 8pm EST tonight with a trio of exhibits broadcasting on the Discovery Channel. Viewers can even stream the exhibits on the Discovery+ and MAX platforms. Tonight’s Shark Week-related exhibits will kick off with a program titled “Deadliest Chew.” There, a gaggle of specialists set out decide which shark species data the “deadliest” chew. They measure this by using biomedical imaging, a sluggish movement digital camera rig, and chew pressure meters.

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