WWE Superstars Hit Local Gold's 

John Cena, Randy Orton, pump up the muscle today at Gold's Gym Arboretum.

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World Wrestling Entertainment superstars John Cena and Randy Orton are turning heads at a Gold's Gym in the South Side today, in advance of tonight's "Monday Night Raw" show at the Richmond Coliseum.

Our source working out at the Arboretum gym tells us the wrestlers are attracting a few guy groupies, but not making too much of a scene while they lift in the free weights area of the gym (formerly American Family). Their RV is parked outside.

The clean-cut Cena -- who's appeared in a commercial for Gold's Gym (see below) -- is one of the sport's most popular wrestlers. He starred in "The Marine," an action-adventure film released in 2006, and according to the Internet Movie Database appears with Danny Glover in "Brother's Keeper," a film in post-production. He appeared on last night's episode of "Celebrity Apprentice" giving a personal donation of $10,000 to Sharon Osbourne for charity. He left the gym before Orton.

For more on WWE and tonight's show at the Richmond Coliseum, see this week's Style Weekly or click here.

Thanks to John Z. Fields for the tip (@johnzfields on Twitter). See any more stars in Richmond? Send us a tip by clicking here and sign up for our StarGawkingRVA Twitter feed here.

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