Are WWF(world wrestling federation) wrestling games fake or real ones.Are the results (winning & lossing)predetermined before the match starts.?Do they give really heavy punches to the opponents as we see in TV or is it just fake action..If it is fake then why do so many people come to see it?
Helping hands are much better than the praying lips
Its definitely fake(scripted), but thats not to say these people aren't taking a real beating doing what they do. Even for a sport thats fake, it has had the most number of casualties of any sport, so its not like its free of danger. But yes overall its pure entertainment where every move is exaggerated to awe the crowds.
Originally posted by Frank Silbermann: Why do college and Olympic wrestlers have so much trouble breaking into the professional ranks?
Because college and Olympic wrestlers are actually wrestling. professional wrestling is theater.
While others say its "scripted" I think that is not accurate. The roles are well known, there is the heel, typically a college educated person, and the good guy, who drinks beer and drives a truck. So from the start, the winner is known. But I believe that the individual moves are not "scripted" as much as communicated. The heel gets the upper hand for a while, to build tension. I expect that there are hand signals or other codes that allow the performers to agree on the next sequence.
In general, the actors are actually very athletic and graceful. Like dancers, they respond to gentle communication.
While others say its "scripted" I think that is not accurate. But I believe that the individual moves are not "scripted" as much as communicated. I expect that there are hand signals or other codes that allow the performers to agree on the next sequence.
I'm not sure I agree. I have had training in 'stage combat'. We learned sword, quarterstaff, and fist fighting. EVERY move was choreographed, down to the smallest movement. This stuff is DANGEROUS, and if you are not perfectly in sync, you can get seriously hurt.
I was practicing a fight once without my normal partner. There were several teams learning the same fight, so we had a bunch of 'A's, and a bunch of 'B's. My partner was absent one day, as was this other guys, and we both knew the opposite side of the fight. We teamed up, and ran the fight at about 30% speed. he almost broke my finger when he hit it with the staff, simply because our timing was just a LITTLE different.
basically we spent an entire semester in college learning about six minutes of fighting.
my guess is that since there are a finite number of moves, they do them ALL THE TIME, and they are experts at what they do, they don't rehearse as much as you or i would for a play. Plus, they can get away with a little more, because they are really hitting each other. you don't need to choreograph your 'fake' reaction to getting hit when you are really getting hit.