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Weather its Survivor Series in Dallas or Buffalo or RAW in Cleveland, if you are a wrestling fan, you won't want to miss this. The WWE is coming soon to an arena near you!
John Felix-Anthony Cena, Jr. (born April 23, 1977 in West Newbury, Massachusetts), better known to wrestling fans simply as John Cena, is an Italian-American professional wrestler, rap artist, and currently performs for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) on the RAW brand, where he is the current WWE Champion. Cena brought the once SmackDown!-exclusive WWE Championship belt to RAW on June 6, 2005 when he was drafted to RAW during the 2005 Draft. Cena has released a music CD, You Can't See Me, with Tha Trademarc, and has performed live concerts with Tha Trademarc and Bumpy Knuckles.
Before his professional wrestling career, John Cena was a bodybuilder, college football player, a team captain and All-American center for Division III at Springfield College. While at Springfield, he earned a degree in exercise physiology.
When Triple H and Ric Flair went looking for a muscular enforcer for Evolution, they didn't have to look far. They chose the massive Batista, a fierce-looking gladiator whose muscles look as though they were chiseled from granite.
Batista has made great strides and shows tremendous promise for future domination. A relative newcomer who was trained by the legendary Wild Samoan and former World Tag Team Champion, Afa, Batista has quickly established himself as a title contender.
Originally an enforcer for D-Von Dudley, this massive man plays second fiddle to no one. He has scored victories over Kane, and left Chris Benoit unconscious in the ring.
Having learned from the best, Ric Flair and Triple H, he now displays the smarts to go along with his overwhelming power. Batista won his first championship when he teamed with Flair to defeat the Dudleys — the most decorated tag champs of all time — for the World Tag Team Championship at Armageddon 2003. As one of the most promising Superstars on Raw, and one of the most impressive physical specimens in the sport's history, Batista clearly has the potential to dominate like few before him.
Adam Copeland on Edge is what the author describes as "a mental picture." It's also a dream -- "one of many" -- that he decided to realize while at home convalescing from potential career-ending neck surgery. And it's a journey that explores not only his life but also his innermost thoughts.
In the small town of Orangeville, Ontario, Copeland was raised by a loving mother who, while working multiple jobs just to pay the rent, nurtured her son's passion for Spider-Man comics and KISS albums. When a family tragedy created a void in Copeland's life, that void was soon filled by the wrestling legend Hulk Hogan, who "made me feel like I could accomplish anything."
For Copeland, "anything" meant becoming a wrestler, an ambition shared by his friend Jason Reso, who would eventually form the indie tag team Suicide Blondes with Copeland, then join him in WWE as Edge's "brother," Christian. Winning a newspaper essay contest earned Copeland free wrestling training from independent veterans Sweet Daddy Siki and Ron Hutchinson. The author shares his vivid, often outrageous memories of wrestling throughout Canada and the midwestern United States and befriending future WWE Superstars like Terry Richards (Rhyno), Sean Morley (Val Venis), and Chris Jericho. Hard work and persistence brought Copeland to World Wrestling Entertainment. But his "inauspicious" Raw debut -- during which he accidentally knocked out his opponent -- supports his claim that "I had no idea" how to make the transformation to Edge.
Copeland retraces the steps he took to "Edgeucate" himself, from his goth days with the Brood's Christian and Gangrel to ushering in the "E&C Dynasty," which in turn revitalized WWE's Tag Team division (with the aid of the Hardy Boyz, the Dudley Boyz, and countless tables, ladders, and chairs).
With vivid detail and sincerity, Copeland offers his thoughts about not only fulfilling his goals but also building upon them. He shares his actual surprise over winning the Intercontinental title for the first time; the anxiety he felt while splitting up with Christian; his eventual determination "to grab the damn ball out of someone's hands and take off"; the distress of almost losing his long blond hair to Kurt Angle; his wonder over enjoying a brief Tag Team title reign with the icon who first inspired him; the simultaneous pain of a broken marriage and two ruptured discs in his neck; and the nervous energy of returning to Raw in March 2004 and setting his sights on the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
October 10, 2005 -- Mexican wrestler, Rey Mysterio, from World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) SmackDown!, will serve as spokesperson for Teen Read Week, October 16 to 22. Sponsored by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), Teen Read Week is a national literacy initiative to encourage teens to take time to read for the fun of it. This year's theme is Get Real! @ your library(R).
Mysterio will headline a Teen Read Week celebration in Glendale, Calif. on October 19, while thousands of libraries and schools nationwide host events that will encourage teens to read for fun.
According to a study by the National Endowment for the Arts, Literary reading declined among whites, African Americans and Hispanics. Among ethnic and racial groups surveyed, literary reading decreased most strongly among Hispanic Americans, dropping by 10 percentage points.
By age, the three youngest groups saw the steepest drops, but literary reading declined among all age groups. The rate of decline for the youngest adults, those aged 18 to 24, was 55 percent greater than that of the total adult population.
While growing up in San Diego, Calif. Mysterio followed his dreams by starting to train in the unpredictable and high-flying Mexican Lucha Libre style of wrestling South of the Border in Tijuana leading him to revolutionize the fast, high-impact style you now associate with the master of the 619.
I've often said that the most interesting people also are readers and Rey Mysterio exemplifies that concept. All of us in YALSA are pleased that Rey Mysterio is a spokesperson for Teen Read Week; he understands how quiet reading can be the perfect relaxer for teens or anyone, whether it comes after a night of wrestling or after a couple hours cramming for an exam, said YALSA President Pam Spencer Holley.
As a spokesperson for Teen Read Week, Rey Mysterio recognizes the importance of reading. Reading helps me be more creative, it helps my imagination and I like the fact that it gives me some quiet time." Some of Rey's favorite books are the Bible, Harry Potter and The Cat in the Hat.
Exploding onto the national sports entertainment scene in the mid 1990s. From his awe-inspiring West Coast Pop(TM) to his trademark finisher, 619(TM), Mysterio is a definitive high-flying Superstar that fans of all ages have grown to respect and love.