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German Soccer Player Tim Wiese Finally Debuts For WWE In Frankfurt

After lots of anticipation, former German goalkeeper Tim Wiese finally made his WWE debut at a house show in Frankfurt. The former Werder Bremen goalkeeper previously appeared at a show as a guest timekeeper before being invited to the Performance Center by Triple H, but was given the chance to show what he can do, teaming up with Cesaro and Sheamus against Bo Dallas and The Shining Stars.

Given the moniker of "The Machine", Wiese scored the pinfall in what will undoubtedly help boost WWE's image in Germany:

— WWE Deutschland (@WWEDeutschland) November 3, 2016

Lautstarke Tim Wiese-Sprechchöre in München. #WWEMunich #toooooaaa pic.twitter.com/20lL7leo48

— Γρηγόριος Κάρτσιος (@Chaz_Ashley) November 3, 2016

Das Finish!!! Tim Wiese gewinnt #WWEMunich pic.twitter.com/CZgzr6TKrQ

— Enrico Ahlig (@enrico_ahlig) November 3, 2016

He looks good but he is 35 after all -- do you think he has a promising future at the company?

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