WWE superstar dances with Sky Sports presenter

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Wrestling superstar Fandango was in the Sky Sports studio this morning to discus all things WWE. 

And Fandango, who is well known for his dance moves in the industry, showed them off with presenter Olivia Wayne on the Sky Sports stage. 

As Olivia's fellow presenter Tom White looked on, Fandango and Wayne showed off their moves in some style. The wrestling superstar, who will be hoping to star at WrestleMania XXX - which takes place on April 6 - revealed that he previously went to ball-room dancing school. 

He insisted that dancing was an important part of his training as it has become integral to his character in recent time. 

When speaking on Sky Sports News, he said: "I grew up as a huge WWE fan watching guys like Shawn Michaels, Ricky Steamboat, and "Ravishing" Rick Rude. I loved the flamboyant, pretty boys and the guys who got the girls and money.

"That inspired me and right after I got into wrestling I went to ballroom-dancing school. It was a big part of my training and got incorporated into my character."

As the build up to WrestleMania continues, wrestling fans will be getting excited ahead of the mega pay-per-view event next month. And it remains to be seen as to whether Fandango's dance moves will be seen on 'The Grandest Stage of Them All'. 

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