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Canvas on canvas: Artists take on WWE icons

Think art galleries are full of nothing but uptight nerds critiquing paintings of ballerinas? Well, there’s a group of young artists who will make you think again. Drawing inspiration from childhood heroes like “Macho Man” Randy Savage and Ultimate Warrior, these painters are putting the WWE icons on a whole new type of canvas.

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Brawlin' Buddies: Tag partners and allies who faced off

You think Team Hell No is the first duo who comes to blows every now and then? Think again. WWE.com presents some of sports-entertainment's most memorable buddies who brawled.

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Wrestling's Strangest Hometowns: Parts Unknown

Take a visit to Parts Unknown, home of former WWE Superstars including The Ultimate Warrior and Papa Shango.

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Bring It Back!: "WWE WrestleFest"

An arcade game featuring WWE Superstars hasn't been seen in ages. This has left WWE.com pining for the button-mashing, tag-team action of vintage 1990s WWE arcade classics such as "WWE WrestleFest," to which we say, "BRING IT BACK!"

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WWE bring it back! The face-painted Superstar

WWE.com calls for the return of mystery, intimidation and sheer chaos. WWE, bring back the face-painted Superstar!

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Parts Unknown: Exposing the myth

A satellite sect just south of Roswell in New Mexico. An icy tundra on the periphery of the Antarctic. Perhaps some antimatter-rich, abstract isle not even within the physical orbit of the good, green Earth. Like its name suggests, the region referred to as Parts Unknown along with its coordinates is an anomaly cloaked by ample mystery.

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