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Its another for of entertainment. It is oftimes dismissed as fake and gay...by those who dont watch the show, just the little specials about how it is fake. Fake or not, it is a great form of entertainment in which men and women with brilliant athletic abilities and amazing drive and it is bullshit to say that they dont get hurt. Obviously, some of the stunts are false, especially the hammer hits and strikes, HOWEVER, it is quite hard to fake a polish hammer to the nose of big boot the head. As well, it gives great pointer on how to inflict some serious pain on anyone who you see fit.
~and yes, I do take pleasure in the pain of my enemies~
as a side note, for all of you homophobes and wrestling bashers, fight one of em, and see how easily you get snapped in half.
~yo, dog, i put that nigga in an ankle lock
~oh shnap, what happened?
~i popped that niggas foot off, that shit popped
~Damn, nigga, where'd you learn that shit?
~Smackdown, Kurt Angle did that shit.
~I thought that shit was fake
~Hell yeah, but shit, you learn how to do some REAL mean shit.
~So when's your court hearing
~Tuesday
by Shanjay March 23, 2005
 
1.
The toughest sport out there, in which you go for as many as 5 days with no food, 2 without water, and work out in a sauna after impossibly intense normal practices to make a low weight class. You then beat the shit out people in 6 minute matches, some of which last up to 10 minutes if they go to overtime. No pussy rests like in football and no slow pace like in soccer. It is all out tooth and claw WAR for 6-10 minutes against a MAN your exact size who has trained all season to kill YOU. After a match, the you are nearly dead and sometimes cannot stand. You will eventually stand and then fight up to 5 times in one day.(Up to 50 minutes of pure hell.) If you are tough and survive the first day you then go home, get six hours of sleep or less, and do it all over again, with your opponents getting tougher every match. You will probably have been injured at this point and have to fight through it.

Last man standing gets to call himself the champion.


In order to be good at this sport you have to give up all unhealthy foods and train hard at least 3 times a day.
You can play football, soccer, hockey and rugby but you cant play wrestling.
by WrestlingMachine March 24, 2005
 
2.
The greatest sport in the world. Professional "wrestling" is a bunch of bullshit.
It requires hard work, self confidence, self determination, and personal sacrifice. It teaches life long lessons and skills that no other sport can.
Once you've wrested, everything else in life is easy.
by JTC March 07, 2005
 
3.
Wrestling is a sport as old as mankind itself. Since the dawn of time men have been pitted against each other in physical hand-to-hand combat, making this almost certainly the most ancient of Olympic sports. Greeks immortalized wrestling on their coins and first introduced it as an event in their Olympic Games in 776 BCE. Turkish mercenaries taught the Persians the finer points of wrestling during the early middle ages. Dubbed “koresh” its various techniques quickly spread throughout the Islamic nations. Europe and Brittany modified these early forms of wrestling to suit their own preferences of the day and Medieval knights even added wrestling to their fighting repertoire. It's a simple concept. Two men or women wrestle until one is declared the winner. Over the years, wrestling techniques have become more sophisticated and generally speaking the winner of any wrestling bout is the person who has the better technique, strength and overall fitness. Wrestling is split into Greco-Roman and Freestyle disciplines. In Freestyle wrestling the competitors have a much greater freedom. They can use not only their arms and bodies, but also their legs and can take a hold of their opponent anywhere that allows them to overpower and gain total control of them.
In Greco-Roman Wrestling, it is strictly forbidden to grasp the opponent below the belt line, or to trip him or to use the legs actively to perform any action. In Free Style wrestling, however, it is permissible to grasp the legs of the opponent, to trip him and to use the legs actively to perform any action. Female wrestling follows the rules of freestyle, forbidding however the Double Nelsons.

Various styles of wrestling for which British Wrestling is the national governing body are:

- Freestyle (Male and Female)

- Greco-Roman (Male)

- Cornish Wrestling

- Cumberland & Westmorland

- Grappling
by Fighting Styles January 26, 2011
 
4.
The harderst sport in the world. No, not WWE, real wrestling. Wrestling where you spend six days a week practicing, then going home to eat nothing so you can make weight, then waking up the next morning to practice again, all so that you can get your six minutes in the ring with no breaks or timeouts trying to put the other man in the ring to his back. All the while giving up your social life so that you can practice and lift when you have the free time.
Then, if you're good enough, fit enough and determined enough to win your match, you walk over to your coach to get a few last minute pointers, and then go to your next match for another six intense minutes in the ring.
Furthermore, it is not a gay sport. Wrestling is called gay by many people only because they know that their sport is nowhere near as difficult as wrestling. They call wrestling gay because they don't want to admit that the reason they don't wrestle is because they're lazy and afraid of the pain.
-yo, wrestling so gay when you feel up other men and all that stuff
-shut up, you don't know the first thing about wreslting. Why don't you join the team and see how hard we work instead of doing the track team.
by majicman March 29, 2005
 
5.
What men do during boy's basketball season.
After wrestling, everything else in life is easy.
by theSTUFF January 22, 2009
 
6.
the most intense sport there is, ofter misunderstood as the TV version.
I won my wrestling match
by Dean Schofield February 22, 2005
 
7.
The best sport in the world. Professional "wrestling" is a bunch of bullshit.
It requires hard work, self confidence, self determination, and personal sacrifice. It teaches life long lessons and skills that no other sport can.
Once you have wrested, everything else in life is easy.
by JTC March 07, 2005