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>> Here at its NXT training facility in Orlando, Florida, World Wrestling Entertainment is grooming what it hopes is the next big superstar, who can bring its random wrestling to that massive but ever elusive market China. Reuters reporter Jessica Toonkel got a front row seat to watch and then meet the man who could lead the way.
>> I'm here in Orlando with Bin Wang, the first WWE Chinese superstar. He has been here since June for training. Bin Wang is 230 pounds, 6'3", and he will soon be joined by seven more Chinese wrestlers as WWE looks to become a major performance superstar in China.>> Now the $1.4 billion company hopes to do what others like Netflix have failed to do, bring its own WWE Network online streaming service to China.
But there are many risks from strict Chinese regulators who could choose to shut down WWE's operations at anytime, if they deem them inconsistent with the country's values, to President-elect Donald Trump's uncertain relations with China.
nda McMahon, co-founder and former CEO of WWE, was an early supporter of Trump's, and just named as his pick to lead the Small Business Administration.
>> Stay tuned.