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Former WWE superstar features in an Indian Movie

WWE stars like The Rock, Batista, John Cena, The MIZ, Randy Orton, Big Show are familiar names in Hollywood movie flicks nowadays and not a huge deal indeed.

But it is a huge deal when a WWE Superstar comes into the mix of Indian cinema. The movie freaks are indeed not expecting such news.

This is the very first time when a former WWE Superstar will share screen-space with the Indian superstar. Changing the history, WWE former star Nathan Jones has recently acted in a South Indian (in the Tamil Language) movie. The movie is named ‘Boologam’ which is written and directed by N.Kalyankrishnan and already hit the theatres a week back. Already hit the theatres the movie has been declared a major hit.


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The movie is all about a Private Boxing League started by a television owner with renowned south Indian actress Trisha Krishnan in the main lead. Nathan Jones hit the screen in the second half in a role of a Psychotic boxer named Steven George. He returned in the ring after a ban he faced after killing his opponent with a cheap shot before which he was unbeaten in the ring in the movie. Jones will travel to India to fight Boologam in the climax. The movie also stars Jayam Ravi and Prakash Raj apart from the main characters.

Now a majority of the WWE fans would wonder who is this Nathan Jones? After starting his career in World Strongman Competition, he moved on to the world of Professional Wrestling and signed a contract with WWE. In 2003, he had a rivalry with The Undertaker and was also a part of the 2003 Survivor Series traditional tag team elimination matchup where he was in the team led by Brock Lesnar. Unfortunately, they did lose to their opponent team led by former Olympian Kurt Angle.


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