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5 WWE Superstar lookalikes who can unlock their iPhones using face recognition

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iPhone X Breezango
The iPhone X definitely appears to be a fashion statement Breezango would be into

In just under a month, Apple enthusiasts will be able to pre-order the iPhone X, which has been the cause of some controversy over its new feature wherein you can unlock your phone with face recognition software.

Since then, memes have been flying around about how to fool your phones and which things resemble other things which will cause problems for anyone trying to keep their phone under lock and key.

We here at Sportskeeda have wrestling on the mind all the time, so when pondering about the subject, it became obvious what to talk about next: the wrestlers who have celebrity doppelgangers out there in the world.

These are true replicas and not just the parodies like what Dolph Ziggler has been doing these past few weeks on SmackDown Live.

Naturally, there are plenty of people who "totally have a friend who looks exactly like" so and so—and if you're someone who has a buddy who does, feel free to let us know in the comments below—but for now, let's take a look at some of the WWE Superstars who have appearances so close to other celebrities that they could probably fool their phones when they come out later this fall.

#1 Roman Reigns and Jason Momoa

Roman Reigns and Jason Momoa
Aquaman is definitely The Big Dog in Atlantis.

Pretty much from the onset of Roman Reigns making his debut in WWE, comparisons to Jason Momoa have run rampant.

The two are close enough in age and appearance in just about every single way that if Reigns wanted to have a backup career as Momoa's stuntman, it's doubtful anybody else in the world could fit the bill better.

If Reigns gets tired of being The Guy in WWE, he can try his hand at being The King of Atlantis by picking up where Jason Momoa left off as Aquaman in the DCEU.

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Tony Mango is the founder of the professional wrestling website Smark Out Moment (, the geek culture website Fanboys Anonymous ( and all branches off A Mango Tree Entertainment.He is also a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report, writer for eWrestlingNews, web media manager for Old Time Wrestling and more.
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