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WWE Near Fall: Debunking Stereotypes of The Wrestling Fan

Posted by Alan Aguilera On December - 2 - 2010

The loyal fans of WWE are the best there can be.  The common perception of a professional wrestling fan is they are poor and uneducated, an unpopular medium, and a small fraction of the TV audience, yet these are all broad concepts that are misinformed.

Professional wrestling started as a circus act in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.  At the time the bouts on the card would last from 45 minutes to over an hour.  That was before wrestling matches were staged and had a fixed outcome. 

The popularity steadily grew afterwards and had a boom in the 1960’s with the medium of Television being readily available in...

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