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WWE News: John Cena Bench Presses Over 475 Pounds, NFL.com Story on Ric Flair’s Visit to the 49ers, and More
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 01.05.2014



- The first NXT TV taping of 2014 are set for Thursday (Jan. 9) at the NXT Arena.

- As previously reported, Ric Flair visited the San Francisco 49ers before their game against the Green Bay Packers. NFL.com has a story up on the visit which you can check out HERE.

In addition, Ric Flair is also set to appear at the Old School Raw on Monday.

- The Miami Herald has an interview with Ted DiBiase Sr. in anticipation of Monday's Old School Raw.

- The Carroll County Times has interview with Damien Sandow.

- The HardNocksSouth Twitter account is the account for Rob McIntyer, the head of WWE's strength and conditioning program. He recently posted a video of John Cena benching 481 pounds which you can check out on Vimeo HERE.

Credit: PWInsider





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