Wrestling is a fake sport. Fans of this game all know that, but they still spend tens or even hundreds of dollars to watch wrestling matches.
People who go to wrestling feel as nervous as watching an action movie and have the excitement of watching a sporting event.
Wrestling originated from the circus
Where did Wrestling come from and when? No documents have answered correctly. But there is one explanation that many people think makes the most sense: wrestling originates from the circus.
In previous centuries circus circus performances often fought to attract curious people to watch. By the end of the 19th century, wrestling was performed in theaters. By the twentieth century, wrestling became popular in North America, Japan and even Brazil.
Wrestling is fought on a boxing-like ring but the boxers are “used” without restricting the most brutal moves and weapons such as iron chairs, chains, sticks to destroy opponents. But do not believe it is true. All images you see are fake.
If other sports around the world rely on honesty in competition to find a winner, wrestling is different. Whether or not a wrestler wins or loses on the floor is entirely written by a script writer. Wrestlers will train together for a short time to “hit” smoothly before the floor and “act” in front of fans.
Competitive but attractive
Wrestling is a fake sport. Fans of this game all know that, but they still spend tens or even hundreds of dollars to watch wrestling matches. TV audiences are willing to skip good football matches or exciting movies to switch channels to watch wrestling. What makes them attracted to a fake game?
That is a good scenario. In the wrestling world, the screenwriter created characters of two black facets as in Chinese swordplay. Each wrestler is a character with his own personality, his own tactics make up the character.
For example, Shawn Michaels has Sweet Chin Music, Undertaker has Tombstone. Often when these wrestlers perform a special move, the fans know it in advance and they are thrilled to see if the move succeeds.