Well, American wresling (WWE) is obviously show directed from the start. As ex wresler (free style) I watch this form of entertainment for fun in begining, later out of respect of this amazing atleets, and because I have learned much things that I used in sparing back in old days. Its just what it is - entertainment for masses and thats it. It has roots in old Olimpian games, no doubt in gladiator fights, but that could never hapend today, so ve get some form of "this as could've been" in pro wrestling. Nothing to understand specificly, you just love it or dont. If you are some ufc fighter or wrestler, I recomend you to watch John Cena, Batista, or (my favorite) HHH training videos and motivation speach. This guys earn all respect cause they are all great atleets, strong as bull, agile and well trained to perform great moves risking their body and health. Even if it isnt real fights, for all else they earn it. And yes, it has its moment of fun and laughter. If nothing, you'll fall in love with womens wrestling 😍 Explore
actually Collegiate Wrestling is the real American wrestling....wwe is soap opera for men lol
everyone creates their own reality...its a must do
life might be so much easier if we could only forget
Probably the hottest story going in wrestling right now: Kenta joins Bullet Club:
To put this in context: Kenta spent most of his career in the Japanese promotion, Pro Wrestling NOAH, and sometimes teamed up with Katsuyori Shibata. A few years ago, Shibata returned to his original promotion, New Japan Pro Wrestling, where he was a star until he suffered a subdural hematoma and nearly died from headbutting his opponents too hard (this is not a fake - he literally collapsed backstage and had to be rushed into emergency surgery), forcing him into early retirement. Kenta went to WWE but various injuries made his time there a disappointment, so he returned to Japan but controversially spurned NOAH in favor of joining NJPW, where he was introduced to audiences by Shibata. After a somewhat disappointing showing in the prestigious G1 Climax tournament, Kenta took part in a six-man tag match and betrayed his teammates to join Bullet Club...
It's a story that is very Japanese in how it stresses loyalty to people and to some extent even companies, but I think just about everyone can relate to it on some level.
Added bonus: The move that ended Shibata's career. Yes, that is the sound of their skulls smashing together.
Always refreshing to see back when Sullivan was actually cool and edgy (and in pretty good shape), rather than the pudgy Saturday morning cartoon version from early 90s WCW Sullivan was absolutely right about Nancy working as a solo act. She was a great valet for Doom and was an integral part of finally getting Tommy Dreamer over in ECW. She was also the first female in wrestling that I can recall thinking was straight out hot. Miss Elizabeth was beautiful but came across as innocent and chaste, but Fallen Angel/Woman were the sort that could get boys to hit puberty early.