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Chinese wrestler wins debut match at WWE’s first show in China Wang Bin, the first Chinese pro-wrestler to sign a developmental contract with the US-based World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), has won the first match of his career, and that too, in his homeland. After a three-month training at WWE’s “Performance Center” in Orlando, Florida, 22-year-old Wang returned to China earlier this month for his first ever WWE match, in Shanghai.

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Atlantic 1989 May. Illustration by Robert Grossman. 2012: Just switch China for Japan and Fu Manchu (or other such Chinese stereotype) for the sumo wrestler.

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Pictures of the day: 31 July 2014

Wrestlers dance during the traditional Nadam Fair in Xilin Gol League, in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Around 768 people, including children and women wrestlers, participated in the event, according to local media.

Xilin Gol, China. Young wrestlers gather during a traditional Nadam Fair in Xilin Gol League, in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. on July 28. Reuters: Jacky Chen

Young wrestlers gather during a traditional Nadam fair in Xilin Gol League, in China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, July 28, 2014. (Photo by Jacky Chen/Reuters)

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WWE next superstar is from China: Bin Wang becomes first-ever Chinese signed by the wrestling promotion - http://www.sportsrageous.com/featured/wwe-next-superstar-bin-wang-first-ever-chinese-wrestler/28640/