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WRESTLING





Some of you are probably wondering why I have a page dedicated to pro wrestling. With wrestling, you either love it or hate it. To some it's just a bunch of clowns yelling and throwing each other around while promoting themselves and thier causes. Others, like me, it stimulates our primitave senses of violence and destruction. Ok, that might sound a little crazy, but it's true.

Anger is one thing that we all have felt or feel in our lives. How we handle it determines who we are. Some people never learn to live life and have fun. Instead they are too consumed by thier own hatred towards other people. These people, like hate groups, cults, and other such weak-minded fools, will never amount to anything in life. The rest of us do our best to tame our anger. Personally, I like to blow off steam by watching pro wrestling. Don't get me wrong, I'm active in other activities too, but wrestling helps me to relax. I image that I'm the guy in the ring that's pummeling his oponent. No I don't go so far as to dedicate my life to it, I'm just a fan.

Fake? Fake?! No way! Wretling is not fake! No one can FAKE moves like a moon-sault or a power bomb (to name a few). Back in the olden' days (I think it was the fourties) pro wrestlers would just go at it in the ring. Then, after realizing that it was too boring, wrestlers decided to mix it up with some well thought out moves. Did it work? Of course it worked. This molded wrestling into what it is today. The awesome moves seen on tv aren't faked, they're just planned to add intensity to an already intense sport.

Yeah, I admit it, wrestling is a brutal sport. It's not for the timid or weak of heart. Sometimes guys get hurt. Really, really hurt. But that's the price you pay when you're the best.





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