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How the WWE plans to take over the world

By Bloomberg
05 April 2018   |   7:30 am
Ridiculous costumes, outrageous personas, and over-the-top storylines. That WWE from the 1990s is long gone. Today, World Wrestling Entertainment is a technologically savvy company, with ambitions far greater than their biggest wrestlers.

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