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As a company, the WWE dates back to 1952 when it was founded as the Capitol Wrestling Corporation. As of 2015, the company is owned and run by Vince McMahon and puts on about 320 live events each year in locations all over the world.


The WWE does not operate its own wrestling school, and it does not make recommendations of independent schools. However, the official WWE website has featured independent schools with alumni who have made careers as WWE Superstars.


Some WWE, or World Wrestling Entertainment, stars include those that grace the cover of the WWE All-Stars video game: The Rock (Dwayne Johnson), Hulk Hogan (Terry Gene Bollea), John Cena, Kofi Kingston (Kofi Nahaje Sarkodie-Mensah), Rey Mysterio (Oscar Gutierrez Rubio) Randy (Randall) Orton, The Ult


WWE wrestling figures can be collectible. Wresting action figures can be bought up quickly via wrestling fans, and many action figures have become worth many times over their retail price.


World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) offers subscriptions to a network that streams live wrestling events, including pay-per-views. There are also options online to find live feeds of television broadcasts, such as First Row Sports or CricHD TV.


The WWE Performance Center is the official wrestling training school for the company. While WWE previously worked with other training schools and spread its own clinics across multiple locations, the organization opened the Performance Center in 2013 to serve as its lone training facility.


WWE wrestling rumors are created by journalists and various wrestling websites. Some websites, such as PWMania.com, claim to get news from reliable and respected sources within the wrestling industry. The website also claims it doesn’t create any false wrestling rumors. Wrestling websites might even


Free WWE wrestling games are available on websites including GamesNewGames.com and WWE.com. There are a few games that pit two contenders in the ring, but most games have wrestlers completing a variety of tasks or puzzles.


The WWE, an acronym for World Wrestling Entertainment, is the United States' highest level of professional wrestling. WWE matches are not considered as legitimate as other sporting events, but rather a source of entertainment and showmanship.


A rumor round-up for the World Wrestling Entertainment, or WWE can be found online from Cageside Seats, which is a part of SB Nation and Vox Media. Cageside Seats provides up-to-date, rumor round-ups for a variety of matches, individuals and events that occur with the WWE.