Top 7 Wrestling Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

Elmira | 04 - 06 - 2020
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We know many admire pro wrestlers.  They love their strengths, weaknesses, best events or matches and you name it. Here are some astounding wrestling facts you probably didn’t know.

Professional wrestling is famous because it was created to entertain the fans. Wrestling offers pro wrestler’s amazing stories to be recalled by the fans of wrestling.

Are you ready to explore pro wrestling facts? Here we go!

1. Which Wrestler said the following statement “i’m not the biggest, I’m not the strongest,But i am damn sure I’m the toughest”
  • A. Daniel Bryan
  • B. Jamie Noble
  • C. Rey Mysterio
  • D. None of the above

Fun Facts about Wrestling

1. The First Wrestle Mania Was Started in 1985 and Featured Mr. T and Cyndi Lauper

The first wrestle Mania was established on March 31 1985 in New York City at Madison Square. During the first match, Hulk Hogan and Mr. T defeated Paul Orndorff and Roddy Pipe.

2. The Undertaker wanted to retire in 2000

Undertaker was loved by many WWE fans for almost 3 decades. In 1999, Taker wanted to retire because he was suffering from a groin injury and his pectoral muscle was torn while recovering from the injury. He came back to WWE after 8 months and retired for real in 2000.

3. Donald Trump Was a Member of the WWE’s Hall of Fame

Trump attended and went to events throughout the years. In 2003, he was admitted into WWE’s Hall of Fame by McMahon.

4. WWE Stopped Allowing Blood in the Ring (Anymore)

In 2008, WWE determined to forbid wrestlers who bleed in the ring.

5. WWE Was Once Referred to as WWF

In the past years, WWE has cited as WWF i.e. World Wrestling Federation. After several years the organization renamed as per the lawsuit of the World Wildlife Fund.

6. Rey Mysterio’s Debut Movie

Rey Mysterio appeared in movies besides The Rock, who was titled as a Hollywood Star. The name of the film is Freddy vs. Jason in the 2003’s which was a blockbuster hit.

7. John Cena won the WWE World Championship 16 Times

The remarkable pro wrestler John Cena has impressively achieved the title of WWE world championship victories 16 times.

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