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Exposed! Pro Wrestling's Greatest Secrets (1998)

TV Movie  -  Action  -  1 November 1998 (USA)
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Go behind the scenes into the strange world of pro wrestling. Find out why these men are more than athletes, and more like actors. Revealed are the tricks of the trade and the secrets to putting on a good show.

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Go behind the scenes into the strange world of pro wrestling. Find out why these men are more than athletes, and more like actors. Revealed are the tricks of the trade and the secrets to putting on a good show.

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The wording in this joke of a show was used to make wrestling fans seem like total idiots.The words scam,con,deception paint the whole thing in a negative light that bluntly by the time this was made..had not Vince McMahon said it was all fake anyway? Like people didn't know to begin with this was just made to pull in some money from the popularity surge wrestling had in the 90's.Wrestling is entertainment much like movies or a TV show those aren't real so why all the fuss? We as people hear negative words and due to association will feel just like the media wants us to we either agree or disagree but still talk about it. And most of the wrestlers that helped make this had to have done it just for the money because they weren't that good in the ring anyway.


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