Sometimes Cagesiders like myself need a break from work or life and cruise the interwebs and come across interesting items worthy of sharing with one another. That is what we have the FanShot and FanPost sections for, so you can share the joy and pass it forward with one another.
But then sometimes, you come across a wealth of interesting stuff all at once and rather than inundate us with your zest for sharing, perhaps you opt to just not post any of it, or maybe you drop a link or two in the daily open thread, or just pass on the cream of the crop in a solitary fanshot, maybe you are just tired and lazy, either way, it is never good to just blitz anyone with links, right?
Well, that is the conundrum I experienced tonight, so rather than inundate you with a couple of good things, a really good wet thing and a just plain goofy thing, all courtesy of WWE.com/facebook, a FanPost chock full of goodness seemed like the right call, instead.
So here they all are in a one-stop shop; go ahead and enjoy the following images and links at your leisure:
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John Cena granted wishes to two more WWE Circle of Champions honorees, including Mason, six, before Monday Night Raw (Mar. 11) in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Dr. Bob Goldman of The Rotary Club introduces the Superstars, Divas and speakers -- at Westover Elementry School.
Even though AJ Lee got doused with a bucket of water on SmackDown, she should take solace in the fact that it was far from the first time a WWE Diva got drenched, as seen in this beach and bikini-centric photo gallery - including the beautiful Maryse. Come on in, the water's fine!
WWE Hall of Famer Howard Finkel reached out to former Superstars to get the true stories on how they got the monikers that made them famous.
So there you have it Cagesiders, some good, some wet and some goofy. All apologies if you have already stumbled upon some of these nuggets while surfing the net yourselves.
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