"My dad always told me never to stop working, no matter what level you attain in life. My dream was to become a WWE Superstar. Now that I’m here, it doesn’t mean that I should stop trying to excel. There’s always room for improvement. Never settle."
— Ted DiBiase
My quest for art in professional wrestling has come to an impasse. Other than proclaiming that a wrestler paints his own portrait of the future, the facts and information needed seem to avoid my search.
DiBiase speaks of a dream that only few can achieve. In fact, it gets tighter as the ladder reaches its ultimate height to the form of a World Champion.
Each and every week, I have been drilling everyone who reads my pieces about how professional wrestling is an art. Layer by layer, the system adds up to a beautiful picture.
No matter the artist or his/her ability, the end result is always astonishing. In my opinion, there are seven aspects of professional wrestling that are overlooked.
Fans witness the match and assume that is all they are receiving. I don't mean to be brash, but a lot more ties into a three-hour show than meets the eye.
Let’s start with the very first layer and the main introduction...