The storied history of professional wrestling and the much-shorter history of sports entertainment have never had a more polarizing figure than John Cena.
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It often happens that kids turn to the same professions as their parents, and the WWE is no different.
Rags to Riches, the commonly used phrase for a person who starts at the bottom on the ladder of life, and makes it to the top. In wrestling, it is the same.
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Professional wrestling has been around for over 100 years, and although the men always seem to get more attention, there have always been women getting involved in the action as well.
If you were around in January of 2007, there was not a doubt that Chris Benoit was one of the most respected wrestlers in the WWE.
Being Vince McMahon’s kid must be kind of fun – and probably kind of weird – considering the business Vince has grown from a northeast territory promotion to a worldwide wrestling company.
There’s a big world outside of the WWE for women’s wrestling.
WWE superstars are typically thought of in the same light as rock stars. They are wildly famous, and even those who know nothing about the wrestling world will likely recognize many of their names.
From a galaxy far, far away to the most exciting in-ring action on this planet, my name is Mark Adam Haggerty and I’m here to bring you the most thrilling mash-up since 50 Cent traded tunes with Nine Inch Nails.
There’s no doubt about it – the world loves WWE Divas. I mean, what’s not to love?
WWE wrestling superstars aren’t just passionate about their wrestling careers or their special moves.
I’m sure most fans would like people to think that the only reason they stay tuned in when the WWE Divas are wrestling is for the athletic ability on display and the in-ring storytelling.
Image goes a long way in World Wrestling Entertainment.
Professional athletes are in incredible shape – after all, it’s their job!
Performance enhancing drugs have been the dirty little secret that has plagued the wrestling industry for years. During the 80’s and early 90’s, “big men” ruled the wrestling industry.
Pro wrestling is all about interesting storylines and creating a ton of controversy.