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Dave Bautista urges ‘every f***ing man’ to be ‘louder’ on women’s rights after Roe v Wade

Dave Bautista has called on ‘every f***ing man’ to speak out on women’s rights after the Supreme Court decision to repeal Roe v Wade.The Hollywood actor – best known to WWE fans as former world champion Batista – has addressed the ruling which has rolled back abortion rights in the United States, and insisted now’s the time for all men to make their voices heard in solidarity against such decisions.Asked about the importance of men who ‘look like him’ being vocal, he fired back to TMZ Sports: ”I don’t think it has anything to do with men that look like me.‘I think every f**ing man needs to be louder about the rights of women.’The 53-year-old star refused to be drawn into whether other actors – such as fellow WWE alum John Cena – should be doing more, but he did offer a more general suggestion on what all men need to be doing.He added: ”[Men should be] speaking out. Be f***ing loud!’The Guardians of the Galaxy and Dune heavyweight has constantly made it clear he isn’t a ‘meathead’, and he’s not shy of commenting on various issues.He recently celebrated Pride month with a rainbow t-shirt carrying the slogan ‘Be You’ and paid tribute to his mother Donna Raye, an openly gay woman.Taking to Instagram, he praised his mum and said she taught him all he needs to know about living ‘loud and proud’.He wrote: ‘I was always proud of who my mom was because she was always proud of who she was.

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John Cena is completely unrecognisable sporting tiny trunks in heavily tanned and ripped bodybuilding photo before WWE days
John Cena has become one of the most recognisable stars on the planet but he looks wildly different in photos taken early in his career.The WWE legend turned Hollywood actor competed as a bodybuilder before he caught the eye in Vince McMahon’s company, and this marks two decades sing his debut alongside the likes of Brock Lesnar, Batista (Dave Bautista) and Randy Orton in the famed class of 2002.To celebrate his achievement, WWE is dedicating June to Cena and his rich legacy, and they have marked the occasion with an epic gallery of rare and unseen photos.From childhood snaps to behind the scenes pictures, it’s a fascinating look at his journey to becoming one of the biggest names in wrestling history.In one wild shot, Cena can be seen (for once) looking more ripped than ever during a bodybuilding competition as he poses in trunks with a LOT of tanning going on.From his skin and muscles to his haircut, he’s unrecognisable from the man taking over the big screen.Another shot shows him as a young boy holding up two action figures of He-Man and Skeletor, and others show more candid moments throughout his WWE career.First appearing in Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) as The Prototype, Cena would go onto make his debut on SmackDown in 2002 in a shock victory over Kurt Angle.A transformation into the Doctor of Thuganomics gave his career the springboard it needed, as he became a fan favourite en route to winning the United States Title from The Big Show at WrestleMania XX.He’s not looked back since then, capturing 16 world championships, which puts him level with WWE’s recognised record held by Ric Flair.Despite breaking into Hollywood with roles in the likes of F9, The Suicide Squad and the latter’s spin-off Peacemaker, he still