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John cena wwe 2009

WHEN it comes to pro wrestling, you're either a devoted fan or indifferent; there is no in-between.

Non-fans, for example, may have missed the fact World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), the world's largest pro wrestling company, regularly tours Australia "playing" to packed-out stadiums; in 2007 they broke wrestling attendance records at Rod Laver Arena with a crowd of more than 15,000 fans.

For the uninitiated, WWE is a hybrid of sport and theatre; of hulking musclemen and women and outrageous theatrics.

Matches are "simulated", which means outcomes are fixed and all moves highly choreographed and all involved — the wrestlers, their promoters and even the excitable ringside announcers — are players in a high-camp soap opera of intricate plot lines involving feuds, fights, adultery and even the occasional love child.

John cena wwe 2009
John cena wwe 2009
John cena wwe 2009
John cena wwe 2009
John cena wwe 2009
John cena wwe 2009
John cena wwe 2009

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