7 More Pro Wrestling Tropes We Have to Live with

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7 More Pro Wrestling Tropes We Have to Live with
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Donald Trump might be one of the biggest walking cliches. Does it shock you that he has done business with WWE?

The world of professional wrestling can be versatile in that there are often moments of originality, as well as moments so cliche you could accurately predict them with a Ouija board.

I published the first six pro wrestling tropes on Oct. 23 and the slideshow was met with such great feedback that I decided to do another one.

The items on this list are common occurrences in the world of wrestling. In fact, they occur so often that they are now viewed as cliche.

The first slideshow looked at such things as Superstars being more vulnerable backstage than in the ring, tag team matches being made on the spot and men leaving in the middle of a match to hit on their opponents' valets.

This list will add more tropes that we as fans see very often, sometimes every week.

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