Brendan Maloy
Thursday June 16th, 2016

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The WWE is making waves in the Chinese market by signing the sports entertainment company’s first ever Chinese wrestler, Bin Wang.

According to the company’s press release, Wang has been training with professional wrestling legend Antonio Inoki in Japan and the 22-year-old will now move to the WWE’s performance center in Florida.

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The company revealed its latest superstar at an event in Shanghai, which also featured an announcement that fans in China would be able to stream WWE’s Raw and Smackdown in Mandarin beginning next month, thanks to a new partnership with PPTV.

John Cena out of nowhere with the Mandarin.


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