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On TV, wrestling seems like an attractive and somewhat glamorous profession. However, you should realize that it is still a dangerous sport, even though a big part of what you see on TV is acting.
If you love wrestling and have decided this is a career path you would like to follow, you should first know a few things. Remember, few people will actually make it to the top, so starting as early as possible is a must to be successful.
It is important to begin training for your wrestling career while you are young. While there is no such thing as it being too late to get into this activity, when you start while you are young, it will give you more of a head start and help you get where you want to go eventually.
Know What Is Going on in the Industry
Knowing what is going on in the industry is essential to success. There are more than a few resources you can use, such as Wrestlinginc and others. By staying informed, you will know what is going on and be able to keep up with emerging trends.
Get in Good Physical Shape
You must be in good physical shape and stay that way to wrestle. One way to stay in great shape is by getting involved in other sports. This will help you succeed in the realm of professional wrestling.
Along with being in good physical shape, it is a good idea to maintain your weight. While weight and size are not the only factors that come into play, you have to weigh enough to hold your own.
Invest in Your Acting Abilities
Did you know that it is necessary to act well if you want to join the WWE? The storylines are a huge part of what has made professional wrestling so appealing and popular. If you can, invest in acting lessons, as this is something that will pay off as you try to build a career in this realm.
Applying to Work for the WWE
Before applying to join the WWE, you need to ensure you are fine with being away from home for long amounts of time. If you are fine with that, it is time to submit an application and create a profile on the Performance Center website owned by WWE.
Once your application is reviewed, you may be contacted to try out. Usually, you will have four to six weeks’ prior notice. Tryouts are held throughout the year within the United States and around the world. If you do receive a date for a tryout, you will go and get feedback about your performance. If you are successful, you will be told about opportunities available to you in the future. If selected, then you can begin your professional wrestling journey.
Professional Wrestler Salary
Right now, Ronda Rousey is the highest-paid WWE female wrestler. She makes around $1.5 million each year. However, starting out, you can expect to earn around $80K per year.
There are no formal educational requirements to be a professional wrestler. However, to do this, you have to be at least 18 years old and have graduated from high school.
Training for the WWE
The WWE Performance Center, mentioned above, is located in Orlando, Florida. It is a state-of-the-art, 26K square foot training center. It is also thought to be the birthplace of the new generation of professional wrestlers.
Entering the World of Professional Wrestling
As you can see, there are a few steps you have to take if you want to enter the world of professional wrestling. However, when you take the right steps, you will have a real shot at making it in this industry. Be sure that you work hard and continue working out while you are getting ready for a career in this industry. This will ensure you are ready to take on the challenges you face.
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