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WWE Is Taking Over Orlando Soon With Their New 'ThunderDome'

Orlando just got a little cooler!

The popular WWE is taking a page from other professional sports leagues and is creating their own "bubble" in Orlando.

The mega-entertainment company will set up a residency at Orlando's Amway Center, which will play host to numerous WWE events.

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An Orlando Magic Baller Says He's 'Happy To Be Back' After A Tough Game Against COVID-19

The magic is back on!

On a video conference held Wednesday, Orlando Magic player James Ennis confirmed that he had tested positive for COVID-19 after experiencing symptoms for about a week, but has officially rejoined the team and started practicing again this week.

Wednesday was Ennis’ first practice back with the team in the NBA bubble at Disney World, as he described to reporters at the conference that he was feeling much better and working to get his wind back up.

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A Michael Jordan-Themed Store Is Coming To Orlando & It Actually Looks Awesome

Take a look into the world of MJ.

Loyal fans always want to rep their favorite brand. Whether it’s a company, an athlete, or some new endeavor, if it can be made into a t-shirt, hat, or shoes, fans will don it. For Michael Jordan fans in Orlando, that just got a little easier to do with the reopening of Michael Jordan’s apparel store in downtown Orlando.

Previously located in Disney Springs, The Trophy Room closed its doors in May of 2019. Originally expected to move exclusively online, the new addition to downtown Orlando is an exciting one for fans and businesses in the area.

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Chad 'Ochocinco' Actually Ordered A Ton Of McDonald's To His VIP Party Section Last Night In Orlando

And the consensus is: chicken nuggs > bottle service.

Chad Johnson may have made his name of the football field but it's a secret to no one that the former Wide Receiver has a deep passion for soccer. So naturally, Ochocinco made his way to Orlando Wednesday night for the MLS All-Star game.

Orlando City played hosts to Spanish side Atletico Madrid. The MLS side lost 3-0 but that seemed to be the last thing on Johnson's mind. The 41-year-old was negotiating a soccer deal with Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone after the match.

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