How To Teach Wrestling
The language, moves etc are all setup previous to the matches begin. Most of the moves are choreographed, which means someone is out of site using their hands to direct the wrestlers in the rings. For the most part, wrestling is nothing more than an act with exception that when the KAYFABE is broken, a real fight might break out in the rings. KAYFABE is wrestling language. At one time, the language was a requirement, but today the wrestlers are getting away with fewer demands, yet sometimes a fight between the battlers may take place in the rings when the language is broken.
Sometimes wrestlers will battle before they arrive in the rings, and the fight might continue in the ring. Other times, a wrestler might slip the tongue and call out the wrestler's given name, and bam we have a real wrestle in the match.
The storylines in wrestling today is out of ordinance. Someone forgot to put up a moral and standard alert while the storylines were mimicked prior to battle. Today, we have a soap opera, and everyone is acting like a bunch of lost children in the rings, instead of adhering to the term it originated, sports.
Wrestling following the Greek-Roman years, it became a well-liked sport, until lately and at the present wrestling is becoming an obsession. Throughout the first years of wrestling, it was known, as a sport where the corporeal parts were employed as a type of artillery, yet the sole rationale was to exploit the physical parts adequately without any impairment coming to the other person. Accordingly, the target is pinning down the other player, pinning him/her to the mats. Consequently, afterward wrestling became more, chiefly at what time some wrestlers would join the rings, causing injury to the challengers.
Wrestling is staged long before the wrestlers are in the rings. The storylines could include one of the favorite wrestlers loosing their belt when in fact they never lost at all. The single function, then of the clashes was to exploit the potency, vigor, and corporeal parts to dictate the antagonists in an attempt to trounce him/her by pinning down the shoulders to the mat. Evaluating some of the moves will facilitate you to understand that wrestling is not a real-life battle; rather it is a staged event that is directed by professional actors/producers, etc.
Wrestling in all respects is an attention-getter act that has gone to far. Warriors train ahead of joining the rings. Wrestlers are obligatory to be in top condition without taking steroids or other harmful chemicals/substances to acquire the level of shape. The wrestlers allegedly train to stay vigorous, and consume apposite diets, whilst exploiting the best supplements that enforce sustenance.
Therefore, outside of the rings, the rules are train, avoid drugs/alcohol, take supplements, diet, etc. Anyone breaking the laws outside of the rings is subject to disqualification, or else banned from the rings. The rules inside the rings are mere dress codes, language, etc. At one time, it was against the rules to act out some of the moves that go on in the rings today, however, the leniency or over-looking the rules is making inside the ring look more like a laughing show display.
Wrestling is a sell. This is the course of making the events look real, while in fact the shows are staged. During the matches, wrestlers act out squash, push, angle, job, no-sell, screw job, etc. the push is a directed storyline that works to make a single wrestler bigger in the stardom industry. The angle is when two battlers in the ring continuing a riot. Job is were one wrestler may agree to lose a match, in an effort to promote another wrestler. No-sells are failure, or stopping the promotion of another wrestler, and the screw job is obvious. Someone has taking advantage of one of the wrestlers and true hostility is in the making