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TOMOKO ASHIZUKA, Nikkei staff writer December 11, 2015 16:00 JST | China
WASHINGTON -- World Wrestling Entertainment, the U.S.'s largest pro wrestling and entertainment company, on Jan. 5 will start a streaming service in Japan.
WWE Network will allow Japanese Internet users to view unlimited hours of professional wrestling, including live matches, for $9.99 a month.
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