Informative Essay: Why Wrestling Is More Than Just A Sport

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Carlos Arcibar
Mrs. Gadia
02\17\17
Sports Science (Wrestling)
Wrestling is a really interesting topic. However people don’t now but there is more than slams and chokes, there is a science behind it. Wrestling is more than just a sport; it is a way of life. And for those who enjoy wrestling it is something that takes the mind off from all of life’s troubling times, and puts one man versus another to get their hand raised. Competition makes everything evolve, and there is no other sport that teaches what competition truly is. Wrestling is all over the globe, and although it incorporates several different styles, many National and World events remains overlooked by most people. Science the beginnings of time wrestling had an important place in the Olympic Games. It was developed by ancient Greeks as a way to train soldiers in one to one hand combat. After the Romans defeating the
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“Six minutes doesn’t seem like enough time to crush a dream, but it is.” Wrestlers’ dreams are faced with this challenge every time they step on a mat. Their dreams of success in wrestling are put to the test every match. “No one else can wrestle for them.” They must do it. Wrestling is the peak of all sport because it has a level of team purity and individual intensity that separates it from other sports. Every time someone walks into a building to see a live wrestling event they do not know what to expect. They wonder who will win in their matches. They think about where their seats are. All of the suspense gets them ready for the exhibition. The suspense gets them pumped and ready to for the show that’s about to start.
In the entrance they see many people wondering around or buying stuff, and other paraphernalia of wrestling superstars. There is a sweet smell of popcorn and other snacks in the air. It is really loud from people talking about who they hope to see wrestle

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