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How can Pro Wrestling Illustrated give awards to wrestlers if wrestling is fake?

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2009-09-10 00:45:49
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Not all wrestling is fake the only time it may be fake would be the rivalries at occasional times because Smackdown's U.S champion-M.V.P has a move dedicated to Chris Benoit when they fought week after week month after month. Sometimes the punches are fake (fake as opposed to not as strong as they could be) when they blow to the face because closed fists are supposedly considered illegal blows if not outside of the ring or if wrestlers are saving or out of energy. However, the slams,619s, Chokeslams, Sweet Chin's, and Stunners are real even when wrestlers look as if they are overselling. The awards are based more on work ethic and fanbase. man i am sick of these haters... wrestling is real nuff said if they land special ways it doesn't mean it's fake it is simply coreagraphed got it... good...

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Sophocles, as a boy, won awards in wrestling and music, and led the chorus of boys at the Athenian celebration of the victory against the Persians at the Battle of Salamis in 480 B.C.E. When he was an adult, he moved to Athens and became one of the ten generals for 441/440 B.C., during which time he wrote Antigone.

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Josip Peruzovic has: Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWWF All-Star Wrestling" in 1974. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWWF Championship Wrestling" in 1978. Played Nikolai Volkoff (1984-1988) in "WWF Superstars of Wrestling" in 1984. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWF Superstars of Wrestling" in 1984. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WrestleMania" in 1985. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWF Wrestling Classic" in 1985. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWF Wrestling Challenge" in 1986. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "The Slammy Awards" in 1986. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WrestleMania 2" in 1986. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "Survivor Series" in 1987. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WrestleMania III" in 1987. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "The 37th Annual Slammy Awards" in 1987. Played himself in "WWF: Wrestlefest 88" in 1988. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WrestleMania IV" in 1988. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "Royal Rumble" in 1988. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "Summerslam" in 1988. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "Survivor Series" in 1988. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "Summerslam" in 1990. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WrestleMania VI" in 1990. Played Nikolai Volkoff (The Alliance) in "Survivor Series" in 1990. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "Royal Rumble" in 1992. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWF Monday Night RAW" in 1993. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWF Raw Is War" in 1993. Played Nikolai Volkoff (1994-1995) in "WWF Monday Night RAW" in 1993. Played himself in "WWF Raw Is War" in 1993. Played himself in "WrestleMania X" in 1994. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WrestleMania XI" in 1995. Played himself in "Grand Masters of Wrestling: Volume 2" in 1997. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "Heroes of Wrestling" in 1999. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWE: TLC - Tables Ladders Chairs" in 2000. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WrestleMania X-Seven" in 2001. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection" in 2003. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story" in 2004. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWE Hall of Fame 2005" in 2005. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWE WrestleMania: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 3" in 2005. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WrestleMania 21" in 2005. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWE Homecoming" in 2005. Played himself in "Hogan Knows Best" in 2005. Played himself in "The Worlds Greatest Wrestling Managers" in 2006. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "Born to Controversy: The Roddy Piper Story" in 2006. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWE: Royal Rumble - The Complete Anthology, Vol. 1" in 2007. Played himself in "Ring Roasts 1" in 2008. Played himself in "Wrestlers Rescue" in 2008. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWE: Twist of Fate - The Matt and Jeff Hardy Story" in 2008. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWE: Summerslam - The Complete Anthology, Vol. 1" in 2009. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWE Legends of WrestleMania" in 2009. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "WWE Saturday Morning Slam" in 2012. Played himself in "WWE Hall of Fame 2013" in 2013. Played Nikolai Volkoff in "Legends of the Mid-South Wrestling" in 2013.

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Jayar Jackson has: Played Himself (2005-2012) in "The Young Turks" in 2005. Played himself in "The 2nd Annual Streamy Awards" in 2010. Played Himself - Guest in "The Young Turks with Cenk Uygur" in 2011. Played Himself - Co-Host in "TYT University" in 2011. Played himself in "The Young Turks with Cenk Uygur" in 2011. Played Himself - Competitor in "TYT Arm Wrestling Tournament" in 2012. Played himself in "Ten Years of the Young Turks" in 2012. Played himself in "TYT Arm Wrestling Tournament" in 2012. Played himself in "Mad As Hell" in 2014.

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Anne Vyalitsyna has: Played herself in "Howard Stern on Demand" in 2005. Played Herself - Host in "Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit 2006" in 2006. Played herself in "Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit 2007" in 2007. Played herself in "Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit 2008" in 2008. Played herself in "Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit 2009" in 2009. Played herself in "Exposure: Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2011" in 2011. Played Herself - Model in "Sports Illustrated: The Making of Swimsuit 2012" in 2012. Played Herself - Presenter in "MTV Europe Music Awards 2012" in 2012. Played Herself - Judge in "Miss Universe 2013" in 2013. Performed in "A Good Day to Die Hard" in 2013. Played herself in "Sports Illustrated: The Making of Swimsuit 2013" in 2013.


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