I have loved, loved, LOVED professional wrestling since I was 4 years old and never told anyone about it until I got to high school. I see professional wrestling as a type of theater in-the-round (with the ring serving as the stage) that breaks the fourth wall by recognizing, catering to, and making the audience a pseudo-member of the cast. The era of wrestling matches that I enjoy watching are usually from the 1970′s, 1980′s, and early-1990′s; this is were I felt that that most matches depended more on telling stories to the audience through the flow of the match, rather than depend on a series of disjointed short spots like most wrestling matches today do. I’ve always appreciated that type of philosophy when it comes to putting a match together; old-school. I still love going to shows (huge or small scale), and still plan to restart taking classes in the near future to become a wrestler.
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