The Tribute to the Troops 2007 is an annual event produced by World Wrestling Entertainment which took place on December 7, 2007 at Camp Victory in Bagdad, Iraq.

Featured an opening video to the tune of the Goo Goo Dolls' 'Better Days;' included Michael Cole & Jerry Lawler on commentary from Stamford, CT; featured footage of the WWE stars meeting with the troops during the tour to the Foo Fighters' 'Times Like These,' Staind's 'So Far Away,' and Graham Colton's 'Best Days;' included a feature on soldier-made paintings; featured a feature on a mess hall that was damaged during a suicide bombing in 2004 which killed 19 soldiers; included a feature on how much progress has been made in Iraq; featured footage from earlier in the day of several soldiers being reinlisted in the wrestling ring; included a slideshow of the soldiers and WWE talent to the tune of John Lennon's 'Happy X-Mas (War is Over);' featured a feature on the soccer stadium used for the venue, its violent history, and getting it ready for the show; included a feature on IED attacks; featured a feature on John Cena touring a base just outside an insurgent stronghold; included a feature on Chris Jericho making his first tour of Iraq; featured a closing music video to the tune of Daughtry's 'Feels Like Tonight'.



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