Does your kids watching WWE kind of wrestling programs? It is the dirtiest game to engage them with, with no positive stuffs to gain from it. A bunch of paid men with steroid body fights fake a predetermined contest out there in the ring. They call it entertainment? What’s the fun in that than narcissism? Everything is fake there we all knew it, they we remain fools! If you are an ardent wrestling Fan like many kids who does not know what that dirty sport is all about, It is your choice. It turns our kids poor thinkers and more violent humans as they grow. But the truth never dies and remains the same.
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As the United States develops into an increasingly dangerous place in which to live and attempt to raise children, there are ongoing efforts aimed at understanding the possible link between the rise in popularity of professional wrestling and violent behavior, especially violent behavior in children. The incidence of violence among children is on the rise, and parents continue to claim that there have been significant changes in the behavior of their children after watching professional wrestling on television. If there can be a link established between violent behavior in children and professional wrestling television shows, then the United States will be faced with a major decision concerning how, or even if, such shows should be taken off the air.
The statistics concerning professional wrestling viewership are startling. Five million American households watch up to fifteen hours of professional wrestling every week. At least one million of the viewers are children and 50% of viewers are teen and adult males. Yet, research by respected universities, such as Wake Forest, showing that there is a link between watching professional wrestling and date rape is never mentioned in the media; nor is the fact that teenage girls who watch professional wrestling on television are also more likely to be in physical fights.
From psychological quarters, it has long been known that children emulate what they see. Parents are constantly admonished to control behavior that could be construed as either aggressive or sexual in front of their children because children repeat behavior they experience during childhood. Yet, according to MediaFamily.org, the University of Indiana found that children who watch the World Wrestling Federation’s television shows were exposed, in 1999 alone, to: 1,658 instances of crotch grabbing or pointing; 609 instances of individuals being hit with garbage cans, chairs, tables and brooms; 279 kicks to the groin; 158 profane descriptions of people; 157 incidences of obscene finger gesturing; 128 instances of simulated sexual activity; 70 incidences of scantily clad women; and 21 instances of either talking about or appearing to urinate in public. Pediatric, psychiatric and medical professionals insist that children cannot experience that much violence and aggression without internalizing at least some of it.
The fact that sex and violence both sell has not been lost on the professional wrestling world. This is an industry that increased its advertising budget by 230% in just one year, from 1999 to 2000. According to the National Institute on Media and the Family, professional wrestling sales alone increased from $250 million to $340 million in that same year. Thus, the argument that the wrestling organizations are only providing what the public wants was born. On the other hand, health care professionals still maintain that the professional wrestling associations saw an opportunity to make money and did not care whether or not they had a negative impact on children and society.
At the present time, there is no censorship of the television programming watched by children. It is up to parents to determine what their children will see, and what their children will internalize. However, with growing evidence that American children are now committing murder, it is valid to speculate that professional wrestling has played at least a part in creating and perpetuating an environment in which children, who cannot tell the difference between reality and fantasy, are victims of a so-called sport that is now out of control.
How does any industry change the subject and dim the limelight, if there is a great hue and cry concerning excessive profits at the expense of American children? Not a problem at all. Simply stop reporting statistics, or make them hard to find. Meanwhile, the influence of this violent sport continues to contribute to the increasingly violent environment which American children are internalizing today.”
via Yahoo voices
This video shows the press conference for UFC 141 Lesnar vs Overeem in which a question to Brock Lesnar compared to his WWE career in which I answer:
“The Wrestling will always be in my blood, but now I am a UFC fighter. In WWE is a business, fight in the ring but outside it we care, if you follow a story, but here after the fight, you turn the page ” “If you lived in a cave for the past 50 years, the most likely to think that WWE is real, but not” said Brock Lesnar, wrestling is not real and I am a UFC fighter Brock Lesnar.