After a series of arduous battles, American wrestlers have started to speak out about the disadvantages they have experienced.
What is WWE?
WWE stands for World Wrestling Entertainment (formerly Titan Sports), founded on February 21, 1980. WWE is a company operating in the fields of entertainment, sports, and mass media.
Wrestling matches are the main business activity of the company, WWE is also the place to store information of wrestling matches from the past to the world. These matches bring millions of dollars each year to the McMahon family. Not only developing in the US, but this wrestling is also popular in other countries like Japan.
Definitions in WWE
Each male wrestler is called a “superstar”, a female called a “diva”. Wrestlers have a technique to end the match, such as John Cena with an Attitude Adjustment or Tripple H with “Pedigree”.
The skills of wrestlers
After the wrestlers use their moves, they will proceed to “Pinfall” (over the opponent count to 3) and if within 3 hours the opponent still lies still, the victory will belong to them.
Battle floors and belts
In WWE are divided into 2 major game floors including RAW and SmackDown with champions and the ‘power’ belt of each ring.
To win the championship, you must overcome the rounds set by WWE’s management. When qualified, there will be a chance to challenge the champion, defeat the champion and become the new ‘king’.
There are different championships in each ring, but the highest are the two championships below.
The WWE Universal Championship – RAW’s most prestigious heavyweight championship belt. Bray Wyatt is currently the holder. In SmackDown, the WWE Championship heavyweight championship was defeated by Kevin Owens. John Cena got it.
WrestleMania – wrestler’s ‘World Cup’
WrestleMania is an important event for WWE, similar to the Super Bowl for the NFL. Since birth, WrestleMania is seen as a precursor to all wrestling events in the world. WrestleMania event is always the biggest investment of WWE.