Wrestling is very diverse, especially pro wrestling. Typically, fans have a whole lot of different beliefs regarding some facts; some fans choose to argue about them or either ignore them. But some facts remain true despite public opinion: we call the Hard Truths. Read below and try not to get too sad.
Hard truths about the WWE professional wrestling
WWE will remain into business despite All Elite Wrestling
In terms of sheer exposure, storied history, and market share, WWE has a 40 years head start compared to All Elite Wrestling. Even if All Elite Wrestling dominates WWE in the pro wrestling marketplace, it still won’t get them out of business. One show a week won’t do the trick against a high production.
Impact Wrestling was on the market longer than WCW or ECW
WWE purchased WCW in 2001, but its fighters didn’t choose to join the new team as Vince McMahon wasn’t offering them the money promised in their original contract.
Jeff Jarrett, who he held the Intercontinental title, was one of them. But this didn’t stop him as he started his promotion: Impact Wrestling. Impact Wrestling style was a total nonstop action that made the fans go crazy.
Impact Wrestling has lasted longer than WCW and ECW by being the longest-running alternative to WWE in history!
John Cena Will Go Down made history by being the top Wrestler of our era
John Cena is the figure who divided so many people into groups in the history of pro wrestling in general and WWE in particular. Only he can make the crowd chant “Let’s Go Cena” and “Cena Sucks” at the same time.
Despite public opinion, Cena can be considered the legend of the 2010s wrestling as he held the big belt sixteen times, has main invented Wrestlemania and SummerSlam.
Baron Corbin is a decent wrestler
Baron Corbin is hated by wrestling fans and wants him out of the screens entierly. They are saying that he doesn’t deserve his place and lacks charisma. However, fans need to accept the fact that Corbin is a decent wrestler with crisp moves who isn’t injuring his opponents on purpose for a man of his size. Fans don’t give him enough credit, unfortunately.
Getting Over with the fans is more important than technical wrestling skill
What’s the most excellent Wrestlemania match of all time? Most likely, your answer would be the Wrestlemania III main event pitting Andre the Giant against Hulk Hogan for the WWE Championship. The match wasn’t a technical powerhouse, but it did tell a powerful story about men who took over the audience.
As hard as it is to accept the truth, getting over with the fans is more important than having the most significant moves.
Brock Lesnar is the most excellent star in pro wrestling at the moment
Brock Lesnar is a part-timer to the point of laziness and not liked for this by fans, but he remains the greatest pro wrestling star in the world. Lensar is the most recognized wrestling star all around the globe as he draws attention to pro wrestling and WWE in particular. He was a dominant fighter from the first day in WWE as well as in Mixed Martial Arts.