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I've been an avid wrestling fan since the 1980s when I watched wrestling as a kid. The moments of greatness achieved by this phenomenon of professional wrestling/sports entertainment have served as milestones for me much like that of regular sports for regular folks. I'm excited to get the opportunity to collect and share some of my own memories, insight, and analysis of this weird circus that is the WWE. My main interests are in the wrestling of the 1980s and 1990s; though I remain a fan today, the fast pace of stories, matches, and transitions serves to be a turnoff and causes me to constantly reflect on a simpler time in the industry (much like I'm sure the action of the '80s and '90s served for those before my time).
I am a student and educator of psychology, perhaps another reason why this business fascinates me in so many ways. On one hand, this facade of aggression and violence makes no sense to be liked or watched by anyone. Yet on the other, this majesty and calculated athleticism that goes into these performances where carefully trained wrestlers attempt to beat the snot out of each other without causing the other actual harm serves as a tremendous spectacle for anyone and everyone. I cannot explain my obsession with the world of pro wrestling to myself or anyone else, but it definitely has kept me captivated for a lifetime and I wouldn't have it any other way.
Hey Guys Im starting my own Wrestling Show at http://timetoshinew.blogspot.com/ Make sure to cheak it out!
Hey joe. Im a big fan of ur articals and I thought theyd be fun 2 write but they rejected me, :( How did you become an autour
Hey Joe, I have seen some of your articals. They are great! How can I become an autor? I submitted an apllication but as you can see nothing has happened :(