WE TOOK AN INTENSE YOGA LESSON FROM A WWE LEGEND

WWE Hall-of-Famer Diamond Dallas Page began to defy the odds before he ever stepped into a wrestling ring. He began what would be become a storied career at the unlikely age of 35, and he didn't become a fan-favorite until the age of 40. DDP, as he was known to his fans, evolved into one of the most popular superstars in the history of both the WCW and WWE promotions. After suffering a back injury in the late 1990's, Page said...

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