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Caden Moran

Caden "CJ" Moran is the youngest member of PWPNation.com and is a featured writer, reporter, and is the host of "Uncensored".

How Undervalued is Rusev?

PWP Nation’s Caden “CJ” Moran gives his opinion on how much value Rusev truly has now that he has returned to WWE. On July 4th, 2017, the “Bulgarian Brute”, Rusev finally made his return to the WWE after being sidelined with an injury that put him out of action for many weeks. …

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PODCAST: The Moran Show Episode 1 – The Debut

Formerly known as Uncensored, The Moran Show, hosted by CJ Moran, makes its debut. CJ discusses the historic weekend for New Japan Pro Wrestling and its brightest stars, Kenny Omega and Kazuchika Okada while also picking a fight with Tama Tonga. CJ also previews WWE’s Great Balls Of Fire event. …

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Austin Aries Released by WWE

WWE announced on WWE.com that they have come to terms with the release of Austin Aries Below is the announcement made on WWE’s Twitter. BREAKING: #AustinAries has been released from @WWE. https://t.co/UtlfMojFV2pic.twitter.com/TGr7lUQjbC — WWE (@WWE) July 7, 2017 For more updates follow PWP nation on Twitter @PWPNation

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Tommaso Ciampa Expected to be Out Until Early 2018

According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, Tommaso Ciampa is expected to be out of action until early 2018 due to a torn ACL he suffered last May. Ciampa was last seen on the May 31st epsidoe of NXT and explained his actions regarding his betrayal on Johnny Gargano. The given estimate for Ciampa’s …

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Dear John Cena: A Personal Letter to an Icon

15 years after his debut, PWP Nation’s Caden “CJ” Moran writes a personal open letter to one of the true icons of professional wrestling, John Cena! Dear John Cena, It has officially been 15 years since a young and promising rookie made his way onto WWE television. Filled with ambition …

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Mark Andrews Injured During Match at Download Festival

According to Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet, Mark Andrews suffered an injury during a 4-on-4 tag team match which included Andrews, Drew McIntyre, Aleister Black, Roderick Strong, Pete Dunne, Bobby Roode, and the Authors Of Pain. Andrews reportedly took a clothesline from AOP before rolling out to the floor holding his neck. Andrews had …

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