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VIDEO: 5 WWE Superstars Who Served In The U.S. Armed Forces

WWE superstars are a tough and challenging breed of entertainers who endure tremendous physical punishment while traveling and maintaining one of the longest-running franchises on TV. Several of these superstars gained their grit from time spent serving the United States in the Armed Forces. Sportskeeda Wrestling with my familiar 97.7 QLZ voice covered these veterans and how they went on to prosper in WWE in this special video. Subscribe to Sportskeeda Wrestling on YouTube for podcasts and more videos like this. 

WWE Royal Rumble will come to the Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, MO on Saturday, January 29, 2022. The winner of the classic men’s and women’s 30-competitor over-the-top-rope elimination mega-matches will get a championship at the show of shows, WrestleMania. Get your tickets starting at just $25 here. 

Former WWE Champion and the 2020 Royal Rumble winner Drew McIntyre spoke with me about this special event returning to a special venue in the wrestling-hungry midwest region.

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