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WWE Free For All started as a pay-per-view Pre-Show for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWF) in 1996, with its own exclusive match, pre-show information, and news building up to that event. Free For All was later replaced with the PPV Editions of Sunday Night HEAT. The Free For All was originally simulcast on both the pay-per-view channel as well as the Prevue Channel. During the Free For All for WrestleMania XII, the WWF Tag Team Championships were won by The Body Donnas as they defeated The Godwinns in the finals of a tag team tournament.

In 2004, Free For All was a Pay-Per-View highlight show broadcast in Australia, which started 30 minutes before a Pay-Per-View event. It was at no charge to Channel Subscribers. Free for All contained highlight videos featured during the PPV. RAW events were hosted by Marc Lloyd (later replaced with Todd Grisham) and the SmackDown! events were hosted by Josh Mathews.

Free For All was broadcast from February 20, 2005 (No Way Out 2005) to September 18, 2005 (Unforgiven 2005). It was replaced by the WWE Heat Pay-Per-View edition. However, it was brought back as the WrestleMania 22 preview show, hosted by Todd Grisham.

It was re-incarnated for the 2007 Royal Rumble for Sky Sports in the UK and returned to Australian TV as a permanent pre-show from WrestleMania 23

Free for All exclusive matches[]

King of the Ring 1997, June 8, 1997
Current World Wrestling Entertainment programming
Primary television
RawSmackDownNXTNXT Level Up
Secondary television
The BumpMain Event
Classic programming
MSG ClassicsThe VintageClassics On Demand
Television specials
Hall of FameTribute to the Troops
List of pay-per-view eventsFree for AllWWE Kickoff Show
Former programming
WWWF Championship WrestlingWWF All-Star WrestlingWWF Superstars of WrestlingWWF Wrestling ChallengeTuesday Night TitansWWF Super AstrosWWF Action ZoneWWE HeatWWE VelocityWWF ShotgunWWF Shotgun Saturday NightWWE ConfidentialTotal DivasTotal BellasWWE Saturday Morning Slam205 Live
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