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In this third episode of “Experience”, Kris Levin discusses his various roles within the professional wrestling industry.
He explains what booking is, the struggles he has faced thus far, and his strong desire to elevate women’s professional wrestling
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I’d like to take some time to make my first real blog post about something I am truly passionate about. This something is pro-wrestling.
Many of you will see the title of this post and simply scroll on. I can’t blame you. Pro-wrestling has a horrible rap in the eyes of many people. Because of this, and the fact it is not deemed as “cool” because it is “fake” or “gay”, many have not even given it a chance. This has also led to the ridicule of those few you know who do enjoy it and and call themselves fans. I did not say “proudly call themselves fans” for a reason. Many fans, myself included, are “in the closet”, for the most part, about being a fan. Now that I’m in college, and word has slipped out amongst my older friends from high school, I am more open about my love for sports entertainment.