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    Hello.

    Yes I'm serious, I would like to be a professional WWE wrestler but I don't know where to start. I have researched this online but the sites confuse me due to the fact they give examples of wrestling camps in America and I am in Britain. So I don't actually know where to start apart from the fact I need 3-5 years wrestling experience. But is this real wrestling like in the olympics?

    So my question to TSR is:

    How do I become a professional WWW wrestler in England?

    If possible please can you give me how other UK wrestlers did it E.g. Sheamus.

    Many thanks,


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    Hi,
    Can someone help?


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    You can start by taking steroids
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    (Original post by al_94)
    You can start by taking steroids
    No. Seriously.


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    I would say take up real wrestling and then look at training courses/groups for stunt men or gymnastics then start volunteering at local competitions in the UK and build up a name for yourself? I would also give yourself a back up career to support yourself with every day living costs too
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    You probably need to get to know the local scene and find a foot in the door. There’s lots of small promotions doing shows to a few 100 people so hunt down whatever is nearest to you and try to make friends.

    You could also benefit from getting better at google, try ‘uk pro wrestling school’, they do exist but there’s not many. Also need general physical ability so hit the gym and the bodybuilder look, which will almost certainly involve steroids at WWE level if not before unless you happen to be 6ft7 and can get away with just big

    Also, the reality is most guys don't make it and do it on the weekend for fun because they barely get paid. Getting to WWE is like getting to the Olympics or being pro at any sport
 
 
 
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