WWE: 22 Stupid Trends in Pro Wrestling That Should Die

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WWE: 22 Stupid Trends in Pro Wrestling That Should Die
Pictured: Sad attempt to bait you into reading this article.

Hello, ladies and gentlemen.

Today, we are going to take a look at some of the dumbest actions that occur on-and-off camera in the world of professional wrestling.

Let's get to it. 

(See, I'm breaking my trend of lengthy, article-long, introductions. I'm leading by example. Yay me!) 


Oh...apparently, introductions that are less than 300 characters in length are frowned upon in this establishment!  

So, to break it down, today I am going to count down 22 of the most dated, silly and unnecessary habits that you see in professional wrestling.  These are things that expose the product as "fake" to the casual viewer, annoy the hardcore fan and just generally hurt wrestler's images and the sport as a whole. 

As you can tell by the introduction, this isn't meant to be taken too seriously, but if you happen to be a WWE or TNA executive, you might want to take some of this to heart.

Now, let's get to it...

Yeah, that's 300 characters, here we go. 

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