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Old 02 Sep 2010, 12:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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is it hard to get into tna, roh, wwe, and maybe name other companies. abroad maybe.
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Old 02 Sep 2010, 12:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Yup it is very hard, you gotta train especially if you want the 'limelight'
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Old 02 Sep 2010, 12:22 PM   #3 (permalink)
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You have to be 40 or if your a female you have to be willing to bend over
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Old 02 Sep 2010, 12:28 PM   #4 (permalink)
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not if you have talent strenghth certian height and weight































just note in the wwe if you are not a talented big guy you will go no where
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WWE-Very difficult. You have to have trained for 2-3 years. Also, you have to catch their eye. Either send in a video, which isn't the best because they probably get a bunch everyday or go to one of their startup promotions such as OVW or FCW.































TNA-Difficult but easier than WWE. I'm not sure how many years you have to be training for. Maybe the same as WWE. I believe you can send a video to TNA also. You can look at there website for more information.































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Old 02 Sep 2010, 12:43 PM   #6 (permalink)
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This is what you have to do in order to get into WWE:































Take up a sport other than wrestling. Many WWE wrestlers started as well-rounded athletes playing football or other sports. You don't need to be a world-class athlete, but you should be conditioned as a wrestling match is a strenuous activity.































Take up amateur wrestling in school. Having a background in actual competitive wrestling has never been required, but it will help. Fans are growing more and more to like wrestlers that can pull off actual wrestling moves.































Attend professional wresting schools. The WWE does not personally sponsor any schools, but there are many independent schools and some sponsored by smaller wrestling companies. Check online to find a school near your area.































Take acting or speech classes. Remember that WWE wresting is a mix of sports and theater. You need to be an entertaining character as well as an athlete.































Try out for a smaller, independent wrestling organization. This is the same as starting in the minor leagues in major league sports. The big difference is you will have to rely on yourself to move upward.































Get a tryout in Ohio Valley Wrestling, located in Louisville, Kentucky. This is the official training ground for the WWE, and almost all their wrestlers come from here.































Move up to the WWE to perform in dark matches. You will first take part in matches put on for the live fans before the televised matches. From here, you will likely move on to Heat, the WWE's webcast show.































Move up to WWE television shows. Your character will be assigned to either Raw, SmackDown or ECW. Many consider Raw to be the cream of the crop because it's televised live.















































For TNA:































Get in top physical shape. Work out in the gym, do strength-training and lift weights to achieve your look and increase your strength and endurance.































Attend a wrestling school to learn how to fight.































Develop an over-the-top character crowds will love or love to hate. But be flexible enough to switch characters if promoters demand it.































Make sure your family supports your career and your being away for long periods of time and putting yourself into perilous situations in the ring.































Send in a video to TNA and they will most likely look at it and then they will decide that if they want you to be apart of their company or not.































It's going to be complex.
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Old 02 Sep 2010, 12:48 PM   #7 (permalink)
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it seems like ring of honor doesn't seem to be hard but I think its way harder being a female wrestler in either TNA and/or WWE because there are some pretty damn good female that are being used as either valet or managers.















But in SHIMMER a female wrestling company is as I hear is one of the best.
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