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Becky Lynch Becomes First WWE Superstar to Grace Cover of ESPN Magazine (with GLOW's Alison Brie)

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This is so sickening. Two Queens! :shook:

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The cover is ugly, but congrats on the achievement.

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Kind of awkward to me that they’re both on the cover, especially because it looks like Becky was photoshopped in after the fact like she wasn’t even planned for the cover but they realized no one would pick up the issue if it was just an actress no one recognized. Good for her though, I guess.   :rot: 

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2 hours ago, Jeigz said:

Kind of awkward to me that they’re both on the cover, especially because it looks like Becky was photoshopped in after the fact like she wasn’t even planned for the cover but they realized no one would pick up the issue if it was just an actress no one recognized. Good for her though, I guess.   :rot: 

Okay, not too much on Ms. Alison luv

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Just now, Don Draper said:

Okay, not too much on Ms. Alison luv

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ESPN magazine readers wouldn’t particularly know her, would they? GLOW is definitely not for their demographic. I’m sure someone figured that out and called the design department.

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everyone pretending ronda wasn't the first wwe superstar to grace the cover is a mood :specky:

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