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Watching WWE: A Beginner's Guide

by Ryan McKee, posted Mar 26th 2010 5:00PM
There are two types of TV watchers in the world: those who love WWE and those who do not. For those who don't watch, it seems difficult to comprehend why people become so excited about watching staged wrestling. How much fun can it be when the winner is predetermined?

'WWE Monday Night RAW's' 5 million weekly viewers is proof that viewers find it extremely fun. There must be something more than the non-fans see. I went undercover as a wrestling fanatic to a live 'WWE Monday Night RAW' event in Columbus, Ohio. Before long, I no longer needed to feign excitement and began truly enjoying himself.There are two types of TV watchers in the world: those who love WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) and those who do not. For those who don't watch, it seems difficult to comprehend why people become so excited about watching staged wrestling. How much fun can it be when the winner is predetermined?

'WWE Monday Night RAW's' 5 million weekly viewers is proof that viewers find it extremely fun. There must be something more than the non-fans see. I went undercover as a wrestling fanatic to a live 'WWE Monday Night RAW' event in Columbus, Ohio. Before long, I no longer needed to feign excitement and began truly enjoying myself.

Sure, the superstars' acting is poor and the other fans kind of scared me, but it's fun for the same reason we watch '24.' We know Jack Bauer is going to win, but we enjoy the ride. The characters are fun, the divas are sexy and Vince McMahon is the perfect villain to hate.

Inspired, I decided to help others learn to love the WWE experience. Watch the following video to be wowed and educated.

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