The world of professional wrestling is its own world. It has its customs, traditions, heroes, villains and taboo topics.
Yes, taboo topics in a genre that is built on surprise, secrecy, trust and respect. Some people might think about the mysteries of how some things in professional wrestling are executed. In a way, it is taboo and part of the secrecy to not reveal the tricks of the trades from blood, or The Undertaker's countless super-natural displays—but I'm looking at what comes out of the pro-wrestling genre and spills into real life.
After all, in this day and age, the landscape of how a majority of the audience views and learns about things in wrestling has changed. Twitter and the general nature of "behind the scenes" has allowed the audience to see or know about the people outside of what the script calls for on a Monday night.
So in true fashion of my job, let's talk about what we're not supposed to talk about and have some fun!