Kim Kardashian’s daughter is very cute little baby.

Kim Kardashian finally introduced her newborn daughter to social media on Monday with a post on Instagram. The picture — taken before Kim’s recently revealed pink ’do — shows mother and daughter, in matching filters, snuggling in bed.

There she is! The baby would be more beautiful if it was a real picture and not filtered….the eyes and lips….come on kim

A little more than a month after Kim Kardashianand Kanye West welcomed Chicago Westinto the world, the newborn baby finally made her debut on Instagram. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star took to social media on Monday with a sweet photo of the mommy-daughter pair decked out with a pink-hued teddy bear filter.

“Baby Chicago,” Kim captioned the selfie, which appears to have been taken before dying her platinum blond locks a bright pink color.

Fans caught their first glimpse of Chi when she made an appearance in the video Kylie Jenner shared when announcing the birth of her own daughter, Stormi Webster. Since then, Kim has shared updates on life at home with baby No. 3, most recently opening the doors to Chicago’s nursery.

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El Hijo del Perro Aguayo dies at the age of 35 El Hijo del Perro Aguayo, who has also wrestled as Perro Aguayo Jr. passed away this morning at just 35 after a match for the CRASH promotion in Tijuana, Mexico last night. According to, he was competing in a match against Rey Mysterio , Tigre Uno and Manik. In the video below you can see Aguayo getting hit with a missile dropkick.

Rey Rey
Date of Birth 11 December 1974, San Diego, California, USA
Birth Name Óscar Gutiérrez Rubio
Nicknames Lil’ Rey
Rey Rey, Flying Fury
Rey Misterio Jr.
Height 5′ 4″ (1.63 m)

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Muhammad Ali was born Cassius Marcellus Clay on 17 January 1942 in Louisville, Kentucky. Clay was introduced to boxing aged 12. Before turning professional, Clay won numerous amateur titles and achieved an outstanding record of 100 wins to 5 losses. On 5 September 1960, Clay stepped into the Olympic ring and beat Polish boxer Zbigniew Pietrzykowski 5-0 to take the light heavyweight gold medal.
Early boxing career
On 29 October 1960, Clay won his first professional title, embarking on a boxing career that would rock the sporting world. Clay’s unorthodox style relied on deft footwork. He had such confidence in his speed and agility that he would often leave his guard down and taunt opponents to hit him. He also began to predict in which round his fights would end.
Winning the world title
In February 1964, Clay took on Sonny Liston, the world heavyweight champion. The boxing press did not rate Clay’s chances against Liston. In the match Clay used his speed and footwork to outpace the slower Liston and inflict cuts and bruises under his eyes. After the sixth round, Liston retired from the match citing an injured shoulder. Clay won the fight to win the world title. “I am the greatest!” he proclaimed.
The same year, Clay publicly declared that he was a member of the Nation of Islam and that he was to be known as Muhammad Ali, a name given to him by his spiritual leader. His conversion was received with mixed reactions from the public, once again surrounding Ali with controversy.
Vietnam War
As war unfolded in Vietnam, Ali received his draft notice to the US Army. Rather than appeal for exclusion on the grounds of his sporting success, Ali chose to object on the grounds of his religious beliefs that forbade killing in all forms.
Ali was arrested and subsequently fined $10,000 for draft evasion. He was sentenced to five years in jail, later quashed on appeal. He was stripped of his heavyweight boxing title and licence to fight.
Return to boxing
In October 1970, Ali stepped into the ring for his first bout after three-and-a-half-years in exile; he defeated Jerry Quarry in the third round.
Ali signed up to fight the undefeated heavyweight champion Joe Frazier at Madison Square Gardens on 8 March 1971, billed as the ‘Fight of the Century’. At the end of 15 rounds, with both fighters still standing, the title was awarded to Frazier by unanimous decision. This was Ali’s first professional loss, although he later went on to defeat Frazier in January 1974.
‘Rumble in the Jungle’
Widely publicised by boxing promoter Don King, Ali met George Foreman in October 1974 for the ‘Rumble in the Jungle’ in Zaire, an attempt to win back his world heavyweight title. This was the first time that Ali revealed his ‘rope-a-dope’ technique. Ali leaned back on the ropes and absorbing the body blows his younger opponent dished out, counterattacking with jabs to Foreman’s face and taunting him to dish out more punches. Foreman began to look tried and weary. At the end of the eighth round Ali launched a powerful combination that knocked Foreman to the canvas. Ali had defied the odds to regain the world title.
‘Thrilla in Manila’
On 1 October 1975, Ali fought Joe Frazier for the third time, in the greatly anticipated ‘Thrilla in Manila’. The match lasted a punishing 14 rounds in tropical heat. Ali finally won through when Frazier’s corner halted the fight. Ali later described the fight as “the closest thing to death” that he’d ever experienced.
Ali lost his title to Leon Spinks, a fighter 12 years his junior, in 1978. In a rematch the same year he managed to win back the heavyweight championship for a third time.
Ali continued to fight even though he was losing form. His bid for the fourth heavyweight title, against former sparring partner Larry Holmes in 1980, was stopped. Ali’s only defeat by anything other than a decision. In December 1981, Ali lost the final fight of his career to Canadian Trevor Berbick on points. Ali retired from boxing at the age of 40.
Parkinson’s disease
In 1984, Ali was diagnosed with Parkinson’s, a condition which has been linked with trauma injuries to the head. Ali was presented with a replica of his lost 1960 Olympic gold medal when he lit the Olympic torch at the opening ceremony of the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.
In 2005, Ali was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest U.S. civilian honour, the same year saw the opening of the non-profit Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky.
At the 2012 Olympic Games in London Ali was a named flag bearer. He was too ill to carry the flag, so he stood in front of it.

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John Cena vs. Rusev for the U.S. Championship

There is nobody else on the roster who is a better choice to beat Rusev than John Cena.

Over the past year, Rusev has become more than just a decent in-ring competitor, he has become an entire story brought to life.

After defeating the likes of R-Truth, Xavier Woods and Big E, Rusev’s first big money feud was against The Real American, Jack Swagger.

Such was Rusev and Lana’s immense heel heat, it turned two xenophobic characters- Jack Swagger and his manager Zeb Colter- into two of the hottest face characters on the roster.

After defeating a man who was supposed to be the embodiment of America, Rusev and Lana’s heat seemed to rise by the week.

Suddenly, it wasn’t a case of WWE asking the audience to care about their latest undefeated superstar, it was all about the crowd seeing the undefeated streak as a humiliating crime against America.

It wasn’t only the fans who started to care. Mark Henry went from being The World’s Strongest Man to the World’s Proudest Former Olympian, as he adopted an Old Glory mini-tron and singlet.

Even Big Show found himself not only supporting his friend Mark Henry, he became involved in a war of flags as well as a supporter of an enraged troop on an episode of RAW.

If that wasn’t bad enough for the American fans and performers, the WWE built up Rusev for his big Wrestlemania role by having him win a title that represents the U.S. from Sheamus, as well as having him defeat WWE’s Uncle Sam, Jack Swagger, one more time for good measure.

Going into Wrestlemania, Rusev has defeated a handful of former World Champions, so surely the Russian can only rise further up the Totem Pole, right?

Instead, I’ve seen arguments that Rusev should be facing an upcoming face as his atomic heel heat should be used to propel someone up the card in the same way that the Undertaker’s streak was a missed opportunity.

The problem we have with some of the rising faces is that their characters can’t really be twisted to accommodate the story.

Dean Ambrose has become popular as a man who barely cares about anything, not even his own wellbeing. The only thing he cares about is revenge, and nothing Rusev could have done on the road to Wrestlemania would have compared to what Seth Rollins achieved back in May.

If the WWE wanted to push Barrett as a face to have given us a title vs. title match, I’m not sure if the audience would have accepted cheering for a British wrestler in a feud over America. After all, America came to exist as a result of independence! If the WWE decided against the America route though, they would be denying themselves a pay-off to an amazing story that they have built over the past year.

The WWE actually shot themselves in the foot by having Ryback announce that his previous feud vs. Rusev was simply a case of a “big guy kicking another big guy’s ass”. It would have been tough for them to have picked things up with the USA mantle now included.

Choosing Dolph Ziggler would have seemed bizarre. Having had Dolph be the face of the IC division as well as being one of the main heroes against The Authority, the WWE would have been taking a bizarre left turn by having Ziggler take on Rusev. Something about that match just doesn’t feel right, considering Wrestlemania is the culmination of many stories.

The WWE have instead done the right thing by having Rusev take on a top star, in order to further the idea that Rusev is now a big deal.

Honestly though, the only other face stars that the WWE could have put against Rusev who are bigger than Swagger, Henry and Show are Cena and Orton.

Randy Orton would have been an insulting choice considering he once went AWOL from the marines. Remember the backlash against his potential casting in the Marine franchise? Imagine what it would have been like if the WWE had him walking into the press-heavy PPV as the saviour of America.

Though John Cena has been associated with killing pushes over the years, he is also a man who has been heavily associated with America.

At every Tribute To The Troops event, Cena is always one of the featured men celebrating with the country’s armed forces. Of course, on the subject of Marines, Cena was the proud lead actor of the first film of the Marine franchise.

Ever since that moment, Cena has borrowed many of the same attributes of his character from the film. Not only did he incorporate his Marine attire into his own in-ring get-up, he even went as far as adopting a salute as part of his entrance.

Even away from The Marine, John Cena is not only the face of the WWE but one of the faces of America. Since first winning the WWE Championship, Cena has been a constant on many of America’s radio and television shows. He has also granted hundreds of wishes for one of America’s top charities, the Make A Wish Foundation.

Though Cena may not walk out to Real American like the great Hulk Hogan, his patriotism does not need to be so heavily stated.

Hate him or love him, John Cena is the WWE’s Rocky Balboa. Not only is he the top dog who loves America with every beat of his heart, he’s even part-Italian, it comes from his father’s side of the family.

At Wrestlemania, we’re not just getting any star looking to defend the United States of America, we’re getting Rocky vs.Drago re-realised.

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‘Tis the season for boleafing.

Wrestlemania season is always the perfect pick-me-up for jaded wrestling fans and this year is no different.

It’s Day Two of Wrestlemania Breakdown and I find myself so excited to discuss a relative undercard match with an almost obvious outcome. As a matter of fact, I was horrified just last year when the said favourite defeated Bray Wyatt in the Eater Of World’s Wrestlemania debut.

Yup, today’s column will be looking at John Cena’s bout against another ‘Mania debutee, the Hero of the Russian Federation, Rusev.

Immediately after last year’s Wrestlemania, Rusev re-debuted following his brief showing in the 2014 Royal Rumble. Since then, he has become one of the year’s biggest success stories, rapidly rising as a believable legitimate heel, defeating many top stars along the way.

Arguably, he’s going up against the biggest active star in the business next Sunday, and strangely, I’m not rooting for the underdog here.

In a column that will more than likely irk many members of the IWC, I actually want to take this time to outline why John Cena should win this contest.

In fact, Rusev would be better off for it.

Instead of Hustle-Loyalty-Respect, we’re going to be looking at Suitability-Transition-Burden.

As far as this column is concerned, the time is now, as we begin by looking at why John Cena is the only man for the jo

john cena net worth

Date of Birth 23 April 1977, West Newbury, Massachusetts, USA

Birth Name John Felix Anthony Cena

Nicknames Prototype
Dr. of Thuganomics
The Franchise
The Marine
The Champ
Chain Gang
Super Cena

Height 6′ 1″ (1.85 m)

john cena net worth


John Cena’s net worth: Around 5 million.

The look on his face when he’s tapping out to the Walls of Jericho: PRICELESS

After winning the Elimination Chamber, Edge used his money in the bank title shot to defeat Cena for the WWE Title at New Years Revolution [January 2006]
Defeats Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 23 retaining his WWE Championship. [April 2007]
Stripped of the WWE Championship because of a torn pectoral muscle. Was not allowed to defend the title at No Mercy due to his injury there by forfeiting the title and making Randy Orton the WWE Champion by default. [October 2007]
Defeated Kurt Angle to become the #1 contender and will now face JBL (John Bradshaw Layfield) for the WWE Title at WrestleMania 21. [February 2005]
Defended the WWE Championship against Kurt Angle at Survivor Series. [November 2005]
Defeated Triple H during Wrestlemania 22; kept the Championship belt. [April 2006]
Is set to face the Game, Triple H and the legend killer, Randy Orton in a Triple threat Match for the WWE Championship at the Grand-daddy of’em all, Wrestlemania 24 [March 2008]
November 2005) Retained the WWE Championship after defeating Shawn Michaels and Kurt Angle at the Taboo Tuesday Pay Per View.
Successfully defended the WWE Championship inside the Elimination Chamber at New Year’s Revolution. But shortly after, Edge cashed in his Money in the Bank contract, allowing him to face Cena for the title. In about 2 minutes, Edge finished off Cena with 2 spears and got the victory, therefore winning the WWE Championship. [January 2006]
At Summerslam 2014, John Cena lost the WWE World Heavyweight Title when he faced off against Brock Lesnar.

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Betrayal, bad bunnies, and backstabbing galore. Holly Madison’s new memoir, Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny, reveals that life inside Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Mansion was not what it seemed. Us Weekly exclusively reveals the cover of the former Playmate’s upcoming book, and shocking aspects from inside her tell-all, in which she details the realities of being one of Hefner’s live-in girlfriends.


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