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  • Crowd Favorites In Professional Wrestling
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    Current Issues Professional Wrestling When some people hear the word wrestling they think of "2 points take down" or headgear and singlets. But most people think of the WWF, WCW, NWO, and theWolfPac. They think of names such as Hollywood Hogan, Sting, Stone Cold, Diamond Dallas Page, and Goldberg. If you have been alive in today's TV culture, you have undoubtedly heard these names. Although professional wrestling has been enjoying newfound success lately, it is not a new sport by any means. Prof...
  • Olympic Wrestling And Professional Wrestling
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    Wrestling is a sport of many statures. There are many different ways to par take in this sport, all of which make the sport highly addictive. As said before wrestling is an addictive sport. It has been played many different ways, from times that date back to the Egyptians. The variety just makes the sport more addictive. Some of the ways people par take in the sport would be Freestyle or Greco-Roman, Olympic Wrestling, and Professional Wrestling. Wrestling has been popular throughout recorded hi...
  • Changes
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    The world of professional wrestling has recently gone through changes. In the eighties, professional wrestling came into the mainstream as sports entertainment. Back then, it was good guy vs. bad guy. The fans knew to cheer for and, likewise, they knew who to jeer for. As the nineties came along, the scenario underwent some changes. No longer was the drama of wrestling so plain and clear. Nowadays, there are shades of gray where each superstar has his good points, as well as his bad ones. In add...
  • Phenomenon Of Professional Wrestling Mick Foley
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    The Phenomenon Of Professional Wrestling Mick Foley was standing 15 feet above the floor of the arena, atop a cell made of chain-link fence material with his partner, Mark Calloway. Foley gave the ready cue, took a deep breath hurled himself over the edge of the structure. He aimed for the annoucers' table that would break his fall. His heart rate began to decrease with relief as jaws dropped across America. Thousands of fans in attendance and millions watching worldwide on pay-per-view are shoc...
  • Professional Wrestling
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    Bret Hart: Wrestling with Shadows Written and Produced by Biography Special Interview 15 December, 1997 Unreal Story of Professional Wrestling Narr. Steve Allen Written and Produced by A&E Special Documentary A&E New York, New York 1 March, 1998 WCW / n Wo: Sting Unmasked Narr. Toni Shiavone Written by Eric Bischoff, Produced by Turner Broadcasting Co. Special Interview, Turner Entertainment Atlanta, Georgia 5 May 1998 Nagurski, B. "Professional Wrestling" Microsoft Encarta '99 (Electronic Versi...
  • Wrestling Shows
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    The topic I have chosen to write about is the world of professional wrestling. There are many reasons as to why this subject has interested me. One major reason is that I grew up watching pro-wrestling on television. As a child, I was fascinated with the spectacle of the wrestling matches and wondered at the wrestlers themselves. At that age, I took wrestling for what it was. It was a full-contact gladiator sport filled with exaggerated and extravagant wrestlers, cocky commentators, and interest...
  • Wrestling The Most Common Thing
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    As people flip through the channels on Monday nights they pass over at least two different professional wrestling shows. When people notice the wrestling the most common thing for them to do is to keep flipping the channels. Why? Because the common view of professional wrestling is that it is not real and it is stupid. Two years ago I thought the same thing about professional wrestling, in fact I refused to watch it. During the summer of my junior year in high school my boyfriend and I made a de...
  • Wrestling World
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    Risking it All Watching a well-built young man take a death-defying fifteen foot leap through a wooden table onto another man's prone body can be a thrilling experience. The fact is if you are a fan of professional wrestling today you have grown used to these stunts as if they weren't as spectacular as they sound. Professional wrestling's recent boom in popularity began in the late 90's, but unlike it's past success it is not as safe as once was. While all theatrics the stunts have continued to ...
  • Professional Wrestling Is Professional Wrestling A Sport
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    Running Head: Professional Wrestling Is Professional Wrestling a Sport? Nicole M. Flynn Florida Metropolitan University Word Count: 460 ABSTARCT Imagine thousands of screaming fans waiting for the popular television show WWF Monday Night Raw to begin. Elaborate firework displays go off and loud music plays all to enhance the audience's excitement. Then comes running down the aisle is The Rock or maybe the Undertaker. The fans turn cheering the most desired wrestler as he or she shows there mascu...

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