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can one train themselves to pro-wrestle?
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Old 03 Jan 2013, 08:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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in my oponion id say yes, but it would be better and safer with an actual trainer. anyway what do you guys think? could someone watch enough TNA, WWE, ROH, and instructional vids to learn how to wrestle and join an indy? could they use what they kno to teach others and form their own indy promotion? please try to answer all my questions.
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Old 03 Jan 2013, 08:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Can one train themselves to ask better questions? Obviously if you train you can learn how to wrestle, but watching won't do you any good.
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Old 03 Jan 2013, 08:47 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Don't even try. You're not going to become pro.
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Although not advisable at all (that stuff is dangerous), it IS possible. That's how Matt and Jeff Hardy started. They started as teenagers, in their backyard, copying the moves they saw on TV, learning how to fall, etc. They brought in some friends, trained them, and created their own indy promotion called Omega.
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You can train yourself yes but it would be alot more safer to have someone that knows what they are doing to train you.















If you really want to become a wrestler, join a wrestling school.















At the least, start off with self defence classes such as Karate, Kung-Fu or Kick Boxing.















Wrestling is not all about what you see them do on T.V it is damn hard work and it really does take years of training and practice to all do safely. Every wrestler is taught how to land and execute every move safely.















To hire a personal trainer it is a few thousand dollars so make sure it is something you really want to do.















You can join an Indy but it is not easy to just get in there and wrestle, at the least you need basic wrestling skills.















I have been watching WWF.WWE all my life which is 26 years and the basic moves I have done and learnt as I used to play wrestle with my sisters. Great fun if you know what you are doing.















Good luck and I hope you find what you are looking for.
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