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WWE can rule the world
The WWE last night began a weeklong tour in Abu Dhabi and, speaking from the middle east, top Superstar John Cena has backed the company for world domination.
"The WWE crosses all platforms and transcends language, it transcends pretty much everything, So we can go everywhere on the globe," Cena on the WWE's potential.
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With top stars such as Dolph Ziggler, Seth Rollins and Cena himself set to perform in front of sell out crowds in the UAE this week - and Vince McMahon noting that the UK and Ireland have lapped up the WWE Network recently - it certainly seems that the organization is heading for even bigger and better things.
One Superstar, the openly gay Darren Young, has raised concerns about the WWE's pursuit of new territories without considerations over certain ethical issues however. Young criticized the WWE for going to Abu Dhabi at all considering their questionable stance on homosexuality.
Meanwhile, in the ring Daniel Bryan and Roman Reigns teamed up on SmackDown last night in a Tag Team turmoil match.
The two Superstars fought of no less than six tag teams - ending up facing The Big Show and Kane - in an incredible show of endurance and strength that lasted over an hour.
And finally, Dolph Ziggler has continued his attempts to get in on the WrestleMania action. The popular Superstar has put himself forward to face either Bryan or Reigns at the showcase event, depending on who loses out at the upcoming WWE Fastlane pay-per-view.
Ziggler has, in recent times, been angling for a match up against Bryan with the two Superstars taking to social media to hype up the fight to WWE fans.
That now seems to have been put on the back burner but Ziggler hasn't given up hope of taking on one of the businesses best come WM31.
What do you think WWE fans? Are the WWE right to push their brand world wide, or is Vince McMahon failing to stick by his wrestlers by going to the UAE? Let us know in the comments section below...