Easy Money at WrestleMania

This WrestleMania is shaping up to be way better than last year’s, despite everyone’s opinions on who should be facing who. This is setting up to be a very enjoyable event, but it is also easily predictable. Unless the WWE changes things up last minute, it is pretty simple who wins these certain matchups.

Definite Locks:

Kevin Owens defeats Chris Jericho to become the new United States Champion

Jericho’s championship victory was only significant for two reasons; to get the championship off Roman Reigns and to set up the next champion. Chris Jericho was simply a placeholder in this title history. Kevin Owens, in fact, is the Prizefighter. Ever since arriving in WWE, he’s been after gold, whether that be down in NXT or on the main roster with the Intercontinental and Universal Championships. Owens winning this Sunday means he can add the United States Championship to his conquest list.

This will then allow Chris Jericho to slowly fade away from Monday Night Raw as Kevin Owens has a championship to make relevant during the summer.


AJ Styles defeats Shane McMahon

I’d be very, very shocked if they let Shane Brandon McMahon at 47 years old defeat AJ Styles, who owned his debut year in 2016. It was bad enough Styles lost to Chris Jericho in his WrestleMania debut, yet understandable because of the fiasco that was Fandango. However, if Shane McMahon beats AJ Styles, that should make every wrestling fan turn WrestleMania off. I could imagine Styles losing both WrestleMania events, but I can’t imagine his second being to his boss. That rarely, rarely happens. Styles is a lock here.

Afterwards, AJ Styles should get back immediately in the world title picture, no matter if Randy Orton or Bray Wyatt is champion. Then we’ll see Shane McMahon stand in a suit perhaps until WrestleMania 34. I can’t see Shane putting his body through anything else until then, and I’m even surprised he’s wrestling this go ’round.


Roman Reigns defeats The Undertaker

As previously referenced in my recent article, Embrace Roman Reigns, I mentioned The Undertaker losing his second WrestleMania match (something we never thought possible) against Roman Reigns this Sunday. It is a lock to have Reigns win the match. The Undertaker is getting up there in age and Roman Reigns is about to be the face of the company. I can’t picture Undertaker, at his age, going over against a physically prime superstar WWE is trying to get over.

This result would end The Undertaker’s career, more than likely, and push Roman Reigns to the ends of the earth. This would be the year of Roman Reigns and I could see him in the WWE Universal Championship title picture constantly after this match. Lesnar versus Reigns, potentially? The only two men to ever conquer The Undertaker at WrestleMania.


Brock Lesnar defeats Goldberg to become the new WWE Universal Champion

Brock Lesnar is one of the biggest draws in sports entertainment today, simply because it’s a rarity for him to show up and wrestle. This match is two part-timers and in this one, it’s 100% certainty Lesnar wins. They have been building it up since Survivor Series, and since Royal Rumble, that Brock Lesnar can’t conquer Goldberg. WWE’s beast cannot beat WCW’s beast, and that has been the narrative. So how can one rebuild the reputation of their beast incarnate? Win at WrestleMania for the world championship. This establishes Lesnar’s credibility once again and makes everyone fear Lesnar.

This is, in all likelihood, Goldberg’s final match. Or one would hope this is his last encounter with Brock Lesnar, unless they have a rematch at SummerSlam. I’m expecting Goldberg to retire while Brock Lesnar holds the Universal Championship hostage until the Royal Rumble. It is more than likely that Lesnar will headline WrestleMania 34, his third straight WrestleMania, in the world title picture.


Heavy Favorites:

Naomi wins the SmackDown Women’s Championship

Naomi was announced for the 6-Pack Challenge at WrestleMania for the title, returning from injury that forced her to vacate the championship not long ago. This is the perfect time to have a heartwarming moment and have her win the title in her hometown of Orlando. The only person I could see walking out of WrestleMania champion other than Naomi, is Becky Lynch. Lynch strikes me as someone who could realistically win the championship and have her WrestleMania moment.


Seth Rollins defeats Triple H

Now, this would be a lock for me, simply because it does no good for Seth Rollins to lose at WrestleMania to the boss, as this nearly never happens. The only reservation I have is Seth’s knee injury and if they use Samoa Joe to help Triple H go over, setting up the stable between Triple H, Samoa Joe, and Kevin Owens that people are wanting. This would give Triple H power and would be a huge shock to everyone expecting Seth to win. Rollins should, but there’s a little loophole they are leaving open.


Bray Wyatt defeats Randy Orton and retains the WWE Championship

It’s the simple thing to do. Bray Wyatt is the younger star and needs WrestleMania more than Randy Orton does. Wyatt just gained the championship and some feel it would be foolish to have him drop the title this soon. I’m there with you all, and feel Wyatt should win. However, Randy Orton has never walked away from WrestleMania as world champion, and that is the one blemish on his record. I could see Randy Orton overcoming his master and winning his 13th world title. Luke Harper might impact this match, for one side or the other.


My Gut Feeling:

Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal: Braun Strowman is the guy. Big Show won it last year, and so he’ll lose this one. Maybe Sami Zayn wins it? Maybe a callup from NXT or a returning superstar wins it (not Finn Balor). The only reason this isn’t a lock is because I have no clue who will fill out the match, or else Strowman would be the heavy favorite.

Cruiserweight Championship Match: Neville should retain against Austin Aries. This will be an awesome match, and that is why they booked this. Neville needs a lengthy reign through the summer as champion and his reign continues.

Raw Tag Team Championships Triple Threat Ladder Match: Gallows and Anderson lose their titles, not to Cesaro and Sheamus, but to Enzo Amore and Big Cass. I’m pretty sure Cesaro and Sheamus don’t win, but I could see the champions retain. However, Enzo and Cass haven’t held the championships and it is long overdue in many eyes. WrestleMania is the night to give them this moment.

Intercontinental Championship Match: Dean Ambrose retains against Baron Corbin. It’s hard to picture Ambrose going 0-3 in singles action at WrestleMania since The Shield split. This is Corbin’s first time, so typically means a loss in most cases. I’m not so sure this rivalry ends after WrestleMania though.

Mixed Tag Team Match: Cena and Bella put The Miz and Maryse in their place. I could completely see The Miz and Maryse winning, pushing a Cena-Miz rivalry even further which would be awesome. However, it seems as if John Cena and Nikki Bella should have that moment in the ring. This is a tossup, really, and it might depend on how long Cena stays before taking more time off.

Raw Women’s Championship Match: Comes down to Bayley and Charlotte with the Queen beginning her fifth reign. This is the hardest to select, because I think aside from Nia Jax, three could win it. This might be the time Sasha Banks turns heel, whether she wins or loses. I see how Bayley could keep her championship, but I think Charlotte’s Pay-Per-View history in title matches show she’ll retain. Starting 2-0 at WrestleMania is not a bad start! This, however, is one of the more unpredictable matches on the card.


So these are the matches. Let me know what you see happening this Sunday at WWE’s biggest event of the year. Watch out for those locks!

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Top 5 moments from Wrestlemania I-X

Top 5 moments from first 10 Wrestlemania’s

Tito Santana def Masked Executioner (Buddy Rose) from Wrestlemania  March 31, 1985

I bet you might be wondering why I am reviewing this match.  When watching this as a kid all those years ago, it wasn’t the match that stood out as the best by any means, but it has grown a little on me.  This match starts this mega card with some great action.  Tito Santana at one time sends the Executioner over the top rope to the outside and the Executioner lands on a chair and just takes a seat for a second.  Santana could always get a crowd excited and into the story he was telling.  I wonder if these guys knew what they were kicking off…..I mean the machine that WWE has become was, I think, only something that Vince McMahon saw in his head.  The opening match of a wrestling card that was not really done on a scale as big at the time should be remembered, if not for the story they told between the ropes but for the start of making history.  Wrestlemania began with a vision from McMahon but these guys literally got it off the ground!

Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat def Randy “Macho Man” Savage for the Intercontinental Championship at Wrestlemania III March 29, 1987

This match is one of the best of all time.  If you are a fan of professional wrestling, this match has to be on your ‘best of’.  If you haven’t seen this one in it’s entirety (lasts for 14:35) please check it out.  You will not be disappointed, I promise.  They kept everybody in attendance engaged and put on a clinic for anyone coming after them. 

Hulk Hogan def Andre “The Giant” to retain the WWE World Championship at Wrestlemania III  March 29, 1987

No doubt about it, this goes down as one of the biggest moments in wrestling history.  Watching Hogan walk up to Andre and seeing all of those flash bulbs go off, you could just feel the magnitude of this match.  Long time friends fighting each other for the championship was done so well, the months prior saw Andre turn on Hogan and challenge him for the title.  I don’t think that the Pontiac Silverdome would have been as packed if this match wasn’t on the card. 

Randy “Macho Man” Savage wins the WWE Championship Tournament Wrestlemania IV March 27, 1988

This was the first time that the WWE Heavyweight Championship was to change hands at a Wrestlemania.  The way this tournament was booked couldn’t have been better…this scenario started with the twin referees match that happened on a Saturday Night’s Main Event in February of that year between Hogan and Andre.  Andre ‘sells’ the title to Ted DiBiase and the title becomes vacant a few days later.  Savage would wrestle in four matches that night and go on and become victorious over DiBiase and win his first championship. 

Hulk Hogan def Randy “Macho Man” Savage for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship  Wrestlemania V April 2, 1989

The Mega Powers exploding couldn’t have been bigger or hotter at the time.  This feud has always been one of my favorites to watch on the Network time and time again.  A good match lasting almost 18 minutes tells a tremendous story of friend vs friend turning into jealousy and hatred.  If you have the time and want to take the effort, check out the TV shows leading up to this match in 1989, you will see what I am talking about. 

With everything that has been going on this week, I will be writing about the next 10 Wrestlemania’s soon.  What do you guys think about this list?

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WrestleMania Monday: The New Era

 WrestleMania Monday is arguably the biggest show of the year after WrestleMania.  We have seen numerous debuts on this show and always the most raucous crowd of the year.  The new era in WWE could get a boost Monday night if this writer gets what he wants most.  I want to see Bobby Roode make his RAW debut.  Of course that means a loss to Shinsuke at NXT Takeover: Orlando.  No skin off his nose if he is going to the main roster as I believe the time is glorious to bring Bobby up to the flagship show.  His first opponent?  Seth Rollins of course. Bobby can play himself as a HHH cronie and this would make him a great target for Seth and I believe a feud between the two could help elevate and take both of their careers to the next level.  Is there anyone you want to see on the Raw after Mania?  Let us know in the comments.

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Thoughts On WM33 And The Direction We Hope It Goes

WWE Wrestlemania 33 results

The card for WM33 is loaded from top to bottom with dream matches and a return match 13 years later.  The match from 13 years ago was WM20 with Lesnar and Goldberg, which has been a focal point in their rivalry this run.  That match was a waste of time on the card. I hope this one is much different.  Shane McMahon and AJ Styles should be phenomenal (pun intended).  The cruiserweight title match is something im very excited to see.  Neville against Austin Aries has the look of an instant classic if they are given the right amount of time to shine.  I like the dynamic of Roman against the Deadman, and I hope that Taker passes the torch to Roman and then we get the heel turn Roman deserves.  Am I the only one who wants to see Enzo and Big Cass climb the ladder of success (again, pun intended) and become tag team champions for the first time in their career?  Naomi needs to reclaim her SD Womens title in her hometown as it is such a feelgood story.  The RAW Womens title match is one that I am torn on.  Bayley is deserving to retain but there is a huge part of me that thinks now is the time to push Nia Jax and give her her first title run. Lesnar and Goldberg could be terrific and if it went 15 minutes or so with Lesnar winning that would work for me.  Jericho and Owens for the US title could be a classic.  Two terrific workers who are both so good at their craft and the story is fantastic. Does it get any better than former best friends fighting for gold?  No.  Ambrose and Corbin have a tough assignment as the buildup for their match will leave them needing to lay out the storyline in the ring for this match to hold up to the rest of the card. Bray and Randy should have the best WWE title match that we have seen in some time as that story was dying to be played out. I cannot get too invested in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal and dont know what to make of this match. Seth and HHH.  Are there really any other words needed?  Nope.  These two will steal the show in my opinion. Seth and Hunter is personal as so many other matches on this years card but this just seems so real. HHH deserves a large amount of credit for that as well as the wonderful takeover by Seth at NXT Takeover San Antonio. Cannot wait for Seth to finally claim his rightful place as Kingslayer.  I saved Cena/Nikki against Miz/Maryse for last for good reason.  When I first realized that this match was going to happen, my first thought was Mania 27 when Cena and Miz main evented together in what I call the trainwreck of all WM main events.  That match was nothing more than a prelude for Rock/Cena at WM28. However, the buildup for this matchup has gotten very personal and I find myself marking out for this match and hoping to see Cena and Nikki tear up Miz and Maryse and Nikki can ride off into the sunset the way most girls can only dream about.  Top to bottom this year could be the greatest Showcase of the Immortals!  Check it out Sunday beginning with the Kickoff Show at 5pm EST and WrestleMania going live at 7pm EST!

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AJ Styles v Shane McMahon: “Holy Sh*t!”


AJ Styles v Shane McMahon Wrestlemania 33 (wwe.com (2017)

“I love challenges, so does Shane McMahon. So, bring it on”. – AJ Styles on his Wrestlemania bout with Shane McMahon (Gorilla Position (24th March 2017)

It’s time for the “ultimate thrill ride” Wrestlemania 33. The WWE has a stacked card for this year’s Wrestlemania, from Goldberg versus Brock to Roman Reigns versus The Undertaker; no stone has been left unturned by the WWE to ensure that Wrestlemania will be the biggest and best show possible. However, one match has perhaps received the most attention from the fans and not for good reasons, and that is the AJ Styles/Shane McMahon matchup.

AJ Styles is considered by many to be the greatest in-ring performer in the entire wrestling business, Jim Ross has often said: “AJ Styles is the best, full-time, in ring performer in WWE for my money” (JR’s blog 09/12/16). AJ has become the best in-ring performer due to his ability to wrestle everyone and anyone, and have an incredible match. His list of classic bouts in 2016 alone, include matches with Roman Reigns, John Cena, and Dean Ambrose to name a few. But when AJ is put in a high-profile, highly promoted bout at Wrestlemania with Shane McMahon, it is deemed unacceptable.

While Shane McMahon is not the best wrestler in the world and certainly is not on the level of AJ Styles, his star power and ability to entertain have been greatly overlooked by many wrestling fans. Last year’s Wrestlemania will forever be remembered for Shane McMahon’s unbelievable leap of the top of the Hell in a Cell in his match against The Undertaker. A match that also proved many people wrong, as it enthralled fans for nearly twenty minutes and provided a moment that will be replayed by the WWE until the end of time.

Shane delivers an elbow through the table on Styles (wwe.com (2017)

Combine Shane’s willingness and fearlessness with AJ Styles uncanny ability to turn anything he is given into gold, you have a match fans “should” be eagerly anticipating. While the matchup itself possesses many ingredients needed to make a great match, the build up for the match has also been one of the best for this year’s Wrestlemania. The slow build to AJ finally exploding and attacking Shane McMahon was expertly done and the physicality and the performances from both AJ and Shane have been fantastic.

Despite the quality TV, AJ and Shane have provided, fans still feel the need to complain. The argument is AJ Styles is the undisputed best wrestler in the world, so why has he been given a match against a McMahon family member who is not even a legitimate professional wrestler? While the argument is fair and someone of AJ Styles ability certainly deserves the main event or a world title bout at Wrestlemania, there is an incredible opportunity for AJ Styles in this match. AJ has often been compared to Shawn Michaels, and at Wrestlemania 22, Shawn Michaels faced off against Vince McMahon. While you would think Shawn deserved better than this at Wrestlemania, this match is now lauded by wrestling fans because Shawn Michaels proved his greatness by delivering a classic match with a McMahon.

AJ Styles has the exact same opportunity to cement his legacy as one of the best wrestlers to have ever graced a WWE ring, and while Shawn had to face Vince McMahon, AJ Styles has the luxury of facing a far more capable performer in Shane McMahon. While the stage is set for AJ to shine, this match has also been the centrepiece of Smackdown in the lead up to Wrestlemania and with all this build up and all the skills AJ and Shane bring to the table – expect yourselves to say “Holy Sh*t!” during the match and after the match because AJ Styles v Shane McMahon might just steal the damn show.

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Wrestlemania 33: Match discussion and predictions

It’s almost time for Wrestlemania, which means it’s that time of year where we become obsessive about our Wrestlemania fantasy cards and how or why we would have done things differently. We’ve all heard the complaints about ‘Oldberg’, Nikki Bella, Bayley, Roman Reigns and the rest, but I think it’s time where we have to accept the card for what it is, and not only accept it, but embrace it and prepare to enjoy it.

The Wrestlemania 33 card offers some potentially great matches, even in some of the slower built rivalries such as Dean Ambrose vs Baron Corbin, which has the ability to be a memorable match. Many of the match ups for Wrestlemania 33 had been met with confusion and frustration in the beginning, but it has become quite obvious as to why some of these matches have been put together.

Who better to take on the Undertaker than the man who has Main Evented the last two Wrestlemanias? Reigns has had a habit of annoying the audiences with his untimely interruptions, being crammed into title matches and refusing to turn heel, while the deadman has been a fan favorite for over twenty years. The pop he receives upon his returns have been as big as they get. I think the fear of Reigns causing Taker’s Wrestlemania losses to tick over from 1 to 2 has everyone feeling a little nervous. It would be a horrible way for the Undertaker to go out and would do Reigns no favors among the WWE Universe, however, regardless of the outcome, their match will keep us on the edge of our seats.

Brock vs Goldberg is interesting and frankly, I’m into it. I remember watching their match at Wrestlemania XX and thinking, the crowd are right, this is boring. I’m sure the lesson has been learnt from their first meeting and their match will be dealt with very differently this time around. We will all be watching closely to see how this match plays out after Goldberg has basically fought squash matches since his reappearance in the WWE. The way Goldberg has been built to appear unstoppable has its reasons, it’s so that when or if he is defeated by Brock, the win will be a testament to Brock’s character’s will and competitiveness, therefore, immediately elevating him back into his form of 2015. When someone with a full-time schedule, say Samoa Joe, Braun Strowman or anybody else, takes the title from Brock, it will be the biggest push of their career. That is why part timers play an important role here. Firstly, we get the entertainment and shock value of seeing returning superstars, and secondly, it will benefit a full timer in the end.

The Miz and Maryse vs John Cena and Nikki Bella seems like a strange choice for a Mania match. There isn’t much anyone can say to defend it, however, the rivalry between Cena and Miz has been as good as it gets. Though many people have seen this as a waste of two good superstars by dragging their wife and girlfriend into it, the match will have its value. Miz has become one of the must see superstars on Smackdown and win or lose, this will only elevate him to the next level.

So, for every Wrestlemania 33 rivalry that has had you banging your head against the wall, they not only have their upsides, but when you look at some of the other matches on the card, you see why it’s still worth forking out your hard-earned to see the biggest event on the wrestling calendar.

AJ Styles vs Shane McMahon is already worth its weight for the fact that we can anticipate one of Shane’s leaps of faith. Let’s not forget to mention that AJ could wrestle a four-star match on a bad day.

Chris Jericho vs Kevin Owens has had one of the best build ups of all time and you get the feeling they will pull everything out in this one.

Triple H vs Rollins is something we’ve been anticipating for too long. This match between two of the biggest professionals in the WWE will be one of the matches of the night. Even the Raw Women’s Championship matches have been as good as the men’s and will be again at Mania.

My own fantasy card differs from the real Wrestlemania 33 but I’m not going to lose any sleep over it. It is what it is and overall it looks good. So, here are my hopes and predictions. Let us know your own in the comments.

Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal.
Prediction: Braun.
Hope: I’d be happy to see Zayn, Braun or Ziggler win.

Neville vs Aries for the Cruiserweight Title
Prediction: Aries.
Hope: Aries.

6 Pack Challenge for the Smackdown Women’s Championship.
Prediction: Alexa to retain.
Hope: Anyone aside from Carmella could win this one and I’d be happy

Gallows & Anderson vs Enzo & Cass vs Sheasaro for the Raw Tag Team Titles.
Prediction: Enzo & Cass for their first run.
Hope: Enzo & Cass

Dean Ambrose vs Baron Corbin for the Intercontinental Championship.
Prediction: Corbin for his first title run.
Hope: Corbin

John Cena & Nikki Bella vs the Miz & Maryse.
Prediction: John & Nikki.
Hope: Miz gets the big upset.

Shane McMahon vs AJ Styles.
Prediction: AJ.
Hope: I’ve still got high hopes on a Kurt Angle return, so my hope is that he affects the outcome.

Bayley vs Sasha Banks vs Charlotte vs Nia Jax for the Raw Women’s Championship.
Prediction: Charlotte.
Hope: Sasha Banks, along with Charlotte I consider Sasha the MVP in the Women’s division.

Chris Jericho vs Kevin Owens.
Prediction: Owens.
Hope: Y2J to go out on a big win. Owens is already over, he could lose this and nothing would change for him.

Triple H vs Seth Rollins.
Prediction: Seth.
Hope: Seth

Bray Wyatt vs Randy Orton for the WWE Championship.
Prediction: Orton.
Hope: Bray.

The Undertaker vs Roman Reigns
Prediction: Reigns.
Hope: It better be Taker! Nothing against Reigns, I just don’t want to see Taker lose another one at Mania.

Goldberg vs Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal Championship.
Prediction: Lesnar.
Hope: Lesnar. Again, nothing against Goldberg but you could safely assume his time with the company is up.

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How to Enjoy Watching WrestleMania 33

Sit back. Relax. Grab a drink, and enjoy what you see. What you’ll see this Sunday at WrestleMania 33 is 65,000 people going crazy for the super bowl of pro wrestling. What you’ll see is wrestling in its purest form with no time limits and some of the best in the business going at it. Pro wrestling has come so far as a business and this weekend will be a good time to just sit back and enjoy it. Enjoy the fact that a 50 year old man is in peak form and can still lift up a 250 lb. man and perform a move crisply on him. Enjoy the fact that someone under 6 ft. can perform moves that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat. Enjoy the fact that a kid gets to wrestle his hero. Enjoy a legend possibly making his last walk down the ramp to his last match. Sure, the WWE will have its usual questionable endings and bookings. However this shouldn’t take away from these superstars giving it their all to make us happy. These guys risk their lives every second they’re in the ring to make us, the fan, happy. There’s no reason to let a booking or decision take away from the art of pro wrestling. Not many guys can make the hair rise on your arm with their entrance. If Roman Reigns possibly winning takes away from this possibly being the Undertakers last match than you’re watching wrestling for the wrong reasons. We, as wrestling fans need to live in the moment this Sunday and not over think what our eyes are seeing. There’s no longer “divas” wrestling, but instead actual women wrestlers. So don’t complain about how one match is a fatal four way and the other is a one vs. all. Be excited that these females can actually put together a match longer than five minutes and keep us interested. 30 years ago this was not the case, not even five years ago outside a couple of women. Now every lady on the roster can legitimately wrestle and we should not let anything distract us from that this Sunday. This Sunday we don’t have any picturesque wrestlers that can only slam each other around. Instead, we have big guys that can be athletic in Braun Strowman, Bray Wyatt, and Kevin Owens. Along with athletes who might not be the biggest or strongest but can certainly put on a show with Seth Rollins, AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose and Baron Corbin. The tag team division has teams that all have chemistry within each other. Tag teams use to be stagnant, while only a select few had chemistry together. In the RAW tag match, all three teams are like brothers with their partners. There’s so much to be excited about this Sunday by just putting everything into perspective and appreciating wrestling as the art form it is. We get caught up in the behind the scenes and the ending of matches instead of what happens before and during. WrestleMania 33 is a showcase of how far the business has come. Wrestling as a whole is better now than it ever was in the past. The matches we get treated to are like no other we have seen. Too many times now a days, fans are letting the endings and bookings ruin what truly matters. What truly matters is the show being put on in front of our eyes. So this Sunday, when watching WrestleMania 33, I ask you, the fan, to watch it with perspective and optimism because we are treated to the purest form of art in the world.

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