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Wrestling Fix: Undertaker returns, John Cena beats Kevin Owens, PTP and Mark Henry get pulled over in St. Louis and more links

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Enjoy what we do? Support Between the Ropes on Patreon! Your generous donation will help keep our lights on, and make it possible for us to do even more! Wrestling fans everywhere will thank you. THE BIG STORY: The Undertaker returned to Tombstone Brock Lesnar into oblivion. Why? Tune into Raw tonight. Pain followed. Are we headed for a rematch ...

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Latest Canvas 2 Canvas Episode Features The Rock ‘n’ Sock Connection

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WWE’s YouTube channel is back with another episode of the popular Canvas 2 Canvas series, this time featuring “The Great One” and Mrs. Foley’s Baby Boy.

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Artist Rob Schamberger Talks WrestleMania Series, Painting at WWE Axxess and Getting in the Zone

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Artist Rob Schamberger joins the podcast to talk about his WrestleMania Series of paintings with a piece for each event, his Canvas 2 Canvas YouTube videos for WWE which are posted every Monday, painting during WWE Axxess this year where he’ll be working on a “Macho Man” Randy Savage piece, working in public, how special the Connor The Crusher work ...

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Artist Rob Schamberger On Steve Austin Charity Auction, Ultimate Warrior Jacket

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Artist Rob Schamberger talks about the “Stone Cold” Steve Austin portrait up for auction with all of the proceeds going towards ConnorsCure, meeting Austin during Summerslam weekend, doing live art at both Summerslam and WrestleMania, the Ultimate Warrior jacket he made for the man which he wore during his final appearance on Raw, his Champions Collection and how that is ...

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Artist Rob Schamberger On Painting Wrestlers, WrestleMania 30 Work

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Rob Schamberger has been making a name for himself by painting wrestlers.  His work has become so popular that not only are the fans enjoying it but so are the wrestlers themselves.  Rob talks about how he started painting wrestlers, when his work started to get noticed, his Champions Collection and how far away he is to completing it, who ...

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