Imagine if wrestling looked like a legit fight. Every match was conducted like an athletic contest, where both participants, who looked like athletes, and not like people in the crowd, were striving to win, in order to climb up their perspective division rankings, in order to get a title shot. Imagine if a company focused on this style of presentation, not turning wrestling into a joke, or satire, or slapstick. Imagine if when you watched wrestling, you could believe in it, so much so that you got so lost into your enjoyment of it, that you didn't think about things like who was getting "pushed" or which "angles" or "gimmicks" were good, and which were not. Imagine if every single championship title meant something, and fans didn't call them "props." Imagine if promos weren't scripted, instead they were shot as if what you were seeing was real life, and that the wrestlers were real people, with real passions, and goals, that they could state in these promos, making you love, or hate them. This describes "The Worthy," Wrestling Done Right, found only in Ring of Honor Wrestling, Major League Wrestling, New Japan Strong (LA Dojo), and NWA Power. That's what we cover here on the "WDR Network!" If you want to know more about me, The Wrestling Snob, Adam Leavelle, and my experience in the business, click here, or the link to my "Bio" at the top of the page.
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