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You should all look at this AJ Lee's "Bombshell" here and if you had been a fan of wrestling you should know that her's and CM Punk similarities are not just that they are in real-life couple.

They made a point where Wrestling isn't what it is used to be and I have to agree with that in terms that WWE since 2000's had been getting away from physical action, to stars that can sell a story on which Vince McMahon calls it Sport Entertainment, but since a few years ago, the tast has become that instead of a wrestling promotion, it has been converted to a circus.

Really unfortunate and this is coming from a guy that since early childhood had seend the hardcore side of the Bushwalkers know in that gimmick as the New Zealand Shepherds for taking a example.

I guess that to stand my point, look to all 80 to mid 90's video library and not just from WWE, look at least WCW, ECW and a few NWA's and you should see my point.
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