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WWE and its Superstars share 9/11 remembrances and reflections

It’s been 16 years since terrorists commandeered four commercial airliners and took down the World Trade Center twin towers in Manhattan, damaged the Pentagon and crashed into a Pennsylvania field, killing thousands in the process. Everyone who was alive on Sept. 11, 2001 will always remember that day and those which followed as America and the world worked through shock and grief.

WWE has always represented a connection to those tragic events. The company touts its SmackDown show in Houston on the 13th as the first large-scale public gathering after the attacks, and a key piece of the nation’s emotional and psychological recovery. Expect mentions of this on Raw this evening, along with the usual well-produced video packages.

In addition, wrestlers and company executives have joined countless others in sharing remembrances and reflections on social media today.

Here’s a sampling:

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