Re: What is the appeal of "wrasslin'"?
To me, pro wrestling (ESPECIALLY the in-ring aspect) is performance art. Not all of it is GOOD performance art, but that's the case for any type of art (and who doesn't love watching a trainwreck sometimes?). I love in-ring storytelling as much as the written storytelling. The way great wrestlers can tell a story just with their bodies isn't an easy task, at all, and watching it unfold can be beautiful to watch. Of course, the best is when the in-ring and the written come together, but sometimes a single match can tell it all, even if you don't have the context.
Also, the objectification of men.
Last edited by NikkiSixx : 04-24-2013 at 04:59 AM.