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Cena Injury Update, WM 32 Ticket Struggles and Charlotte Interview

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WWE is reportedly struggling to sell out the 100,000 seater AT&T Stadium for WrestleMania 32, which is taking place at the stadium in six weeks time. Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer is reporting that WWE has sold a lot of tickets for the show, but far less than 70,000.

WWE were hoping to beat their WrestleMania 3 attendance record of 93,173.

John Cena Injury Update

John Cena has provided another cryptic update on his recovery from recent shoulder surgery. Cena is reportedly trying to “defy science” and recovery in time for WrestleMania 32.

“As the week and month come to an end, don’t be defeated if you set a goal and didn’t achieve it. Regroup, refocus, and restart


WWE Divas Champion Charlotte spoke with Tennessean.com to promote Monday’s Ra TwV taping in Nashville, TN. Below she discusses if it is harder for a Woman to get over in WWE:

“I do think a female can have just as much success when given the opportunity, but it is twice as hard. … I think we do have to work harder for our spot and slowly but surely, the more we produce, the more the fans want to see us. The more they react to us, the harder we work, the more they get invested in characters like Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks. … They can relate to us and once you relate, you get invested in the characters. I think the hardest part about being a woman is finding who you are and being able to let the fans in and feel a connection with you. And to do that you need storylines and you need time and that’s what we’re getting right now.”

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