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IN Celebrities ON 29 Apr, 2015
The average length of WWE matches is not more than a minute. In the case of televised undercard matches and the main event, the game extends to three minutes and ten to fifteen minutes simultaneously. And on the special one, competition extends to six minutes for undercard bouts and a main event takes twenty-four minutes.
It is rarely possible that any match touch to the mark of forty minute and more than it. Only Royal Rumble and Ironman pass the criteria of forty minutes. But instead of talking about Royal Rumble and Ironman matches, here are one on one wrestling games of WWE that crossed the usual duration of a fight.
A true wrestler never gives up and remains confident all the time while fighting.
WWF Showdown At Shea '72 on September 30, 1972 (65 Minutes 5 Seconds)
WWF MSG Show on August 22, 1964, WWE Title (81 Minutes)
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