Trevor's Corner: Is Pro Wrestling Losing Its Edge?

Trevor BentleyCorrespondent IAugust 4, 2008

The sport of professional wrestling is close to losing its edge. Long have passed the days of Hulk Hogan slamming Andre the Giant at Wrestlemania III, since Stone Cold stunned Vince McMahon.

Since then, wrestling has degraded down from a sport to acting. Yes, wrestling is acting—but it can still be a sport. The WWE and TNA get millions of viewers to watch them perform five out of the seven days in the week. We don't come to watch acting, we come to watch wrestlers entertain us.

I want your opinions—for wrestling fans only!

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