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Reddit user reveals Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment results - before they happen

Published 19/07/2013

WWE superstar John Cena
WWE superstar John Cena

A wrestling fan has provoked fury after revealing the outcome of 38 Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) matches ahead of the bouts.

A Reddit user, calling themselves Dolphins1925, claims to have obtained the information from a source at the WWE and is revealing details of who wins the bouts in order to highlight the company's inability to protect their storylines.

Dolphins1925 says he is releasing the information in order to ensure that no one else is able to release any details of bouts in the future.

The unknown fan started publishing the winners of contests after another fan on the forum launched a "prediction series" asking users to guess at who will win future contests.

Since beginning his posts he has correctly selected the winner 38 times out of 38.

In one post on Reddit, the fan wrote: “I would like to clarify once again that I DO NOT work for WWE.

“I am just a WWE fan like everyone else, and I am getting my information from a source who has VERY credible inside information regarding the outcomes (win/losses) of the matches themselves.

“Given that this information is out there, we both feel that I should continue to share this information until it garners the attention of WWE.”

The majority of bookmakers have removed WWE odds from their websites in response to the leaks.

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