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WWE Superstars Erick Rowan, Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman with NYSE Global head of capital markets Garvis Toler (3rd from left) ring The New York Stock Exchange Opening Bell in honor of WrestleMania 32  at New York Stock Exchange on March 29, 2016 in New York City.  (Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
WWE Superstars Erick Rowan, Bray Wyatt and Braun Strowman with NYSE Global head of capital markets Garvis Toler (3rd from left) ring The New York Stock Exchange Opening Bell in honor of WrestleMania 32 at New York Stock Exchange on March 29, 2016 in New York City. (Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)
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College basketball's Final Four tips off this weekend in Houston. But for pro wrestling fans, all eyes are on Arlington, Texas. World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has already sold more than 84,000 tickets to WrestleMania 32, going on this Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

What keeps pro wrestling going? Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson discusses the business of wrestling with Alfred Konuwa, columnist for Forbes and Bleacher Report and host of the PodNasty wrestling podcast.

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This segment aired on April 1, 2016.

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