WWE Superstars- Fact or Fiction Doesn't Matter

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One thing about professional WWE wrestling, you either love it or you hate it. Regardless if you believe that it is staged and fake or hang on the edge of your seat watching every slam and clothesline, to millions upon millions of fans, it is entertaining. WWE Superstars is one of the weekly television productions viewed by those millions. The WWE empire runs several broadcasts per week that are recorded live at arenas around the country, other shows include Smackdown and RAW. And if you want to dig into your wallet, you can view at least one pay-per-view event per month.

The development of the pay events began with Wrestlemania, which is the granddaddy of them all. After realizing the potential, Vince McMahon and the rest of the WWE hierarchy started adding new events that were deemed exciting enough to pay to see. SummerSlam, Royal Rumble, Survivor Series and Extreme Rules are a few of the monthly offerings. The drama unfolds week after week on the screens at home and the sold out venues around the world at this point. Although officially having to admit to the world several years ago that the whole concept of WWE is purely entertainment, there was no dip in audience but instead a steadily growing fan base that can’t get enough of this stuff.

We can’t discuss WWE Superstars without mentioning some of these talented athletes. Yes, I am calling them athletes even if some don’t agree. These men and women have to train like traditional athletes, build muscle, work out and perform some very physical moves as they entertain us.

John Cena is one of the most popular stars of the ring. His logo that states “You can’t C me” is plastered on hats and T-shirts everywhere and Mr. Cena has many endeavors that involve charities. The Undertaker is a presumed dead man that keeps returning from graves time after time, for over 20 years actually. You can also find movie star Dwayne Johnson a.k.a. “The Rock” performing his moves inside the ring. Some other superstars include Randy Orton, whose father was also in the biz years ago, C M Punk, Triple H, Sheamus, Kane and Kelly Kelly. Loving or hating wrestling sports entertainment is totally up to you but the WWE and its fan base are stronger than ever. 

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