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- Former WWE and TNA Wrestling competitor Orlando Jordan recently got married in Australia, where he currently resides.

Jordan, who defeated John Cena in 2005 for the WWE United States Championship, currently runs a professional wrestling school in Brooklyn, Victoria, The Orlando Jordan School of Wrestling.

“The goal is to establish an Australian wrestling industry and enhance the talent to professionally mainstream standards in and outside the ring,” Jordan told Australian Iron Man magazine earlier this year. “In order to do this I have dedicated my time to personally train young and upcoming males and females in order to set that standard for the Australian market.”

– Promoting the release of WWE 2K14, this week’s edition of “30 Second Fury” highlights thirty different moves that are featured in the video game.

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– The official WWE website has released a poll asking fans which of these four wins was the biggest title change in WrestleMania history: John Cena defeats The Rock for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 29 (55%), Ultimate Warrior defeats Hulk Hogan for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania VI (21%), Shawn Michaels defeats Bret Hart for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania XII (20%), Triple H defeats Chris Jericho for the Undisputed WWE Championship at WrestleMania X8 (5%).

  • Pat

    ah i was not sure if you had it there or not yet

  • Pat

    not really no, i was just curious if he had married his b/f that he had a few years ago

  • Yes!3X

    My bad, I didn’t realize it said “which of these 4″. But that’s still a b.s. result. HBK vs. Hart should’ve easily won as it was WWE going with a new star and somewhat changing directions for the company. Plus it added alot of fuel to the fire for the Michaels/Hart personal feud. Cena vs. Rock consisted of a man who’s already been the face of the company for nearly a decade against a man who’s only wrestled a hand full of matches since 2003. Looking back only 7 months after it already seems pretty irrelevant.

  • Yes!3X

    So John Cena winning the WWE title for the 846th time in a rematch from last year’s WrestleMania is the most important title change in that event’s history? Okay. Personally I’d have said Austin vs. HBK in 1998 but hey what do I know.

  • Josh

    Only to his cornhole.

  • LoganSR71

    Congrats to him

  • Solid

    We don’t have same sex marriage here in Australia, so it’d have to be a woman.

  • CC

    Does it matter?

  • Pat

    so it doesn’t say if he got married to a guy or girl

  • Kristopher Robinson

    Those polls are such bullshit lol

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