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Matthew Moiczek. Banning Professional Wrestling. Banning, by Definition. Ban- officially forbid Examples:. The Concept of Banning. Closed-Minded Protective Modern Era= isn’t harmful or fatal to life. Professional Wrestling. Wrestling for money Scripted Started out in carnivals (FF)

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banning by definition
Banning, by Definition
  • Ban- officially forbid
  • Examples:
the concept of banning
The Concept of Banning
  • Closed-Minded
  • Protective
  • Modern Era= isn’t harmful or fatal to life
professional wrestling
Professional Wrestling
  • Wrestling for money
  • Scripted
  • Started out in carnivals (FF)
  • Considered an entertainment industry rather than a sports industry
influence
Influence
  • Millions of fans
  • WWE- over 30 years
  • Hulkamania, etc.
young one see young one do
Young One See, Young One Do
  • Easy to get caught up in
  • WWE “DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME
extreme backyard wrestling
Extreme Backyard Wrestling
  • Injury inducing and life threatening
  • “We should totally ban WWE for making our kids violent enough to try this”
  • ( )
slide9

The next slide shows some graphic violence from Pro Wrestling that I feel I should put a little warning slide about before showing it.

  • Just a bit of blood but I guess some people would be upset about it.
steroids
Steroids
  • ‘Roid Rage= severe anger due to the drugs affecting the hormones of the body
  • Huge appearance
  • Speeds the heart up
  • “While the outcomes of the matches are pre-determined, the effort to put on those matches takes a huge toll on their bodies” (Cohen, Wrestling)
the after affects
The “After Affects”
  • Severe heart problems
  • Wrestlers tend to become addicted to pain pills
  • Over 100 wrestlers have passed away before the age of 55
eddie guerrero
Eddie Guerrero
  • Born October 9, 1967
  • Passed away November 13, 2005
    • Had severe problems with drugs
chris benoit
Chris Benoit
  • Born May 21, 1967
  • Passed Away June 24, 2007
    • Killed his wife and son before committing suicide; had an enormous amount of drugs in his system
wrestlers endangering their own lives
Wrestlers Endangering Their Own Lives
  • Concussions
  • Scars
  • Paralysis
  • Heart Problems
the fight for banning
The Fight For Banning
  • Pro Wrestlers
    • Hundreds of wrestling-related deaths
  • Parents
    • Protect their children
    • Eradicate this dangerous sport
the fight against banning my stance
The Fight Against Banning- My Stance
  • Quite obviously, pro wrestling is displayed as an entertainment that we should all live without. But in reality the stance of banning wrestling is just as senseless as fighting a war for peace. Think about it, once we get rid of wrestling for being dangerous, then we might as well get rid of football, soccer, hockey, surfing, firearm events, rugby, fighting, and every other sport that has death or even injury associated with them. And along with that, we might as well take away the first amendment.
thank you
Thank you…
  • .. Have A Nice Day
work cited
Work Cited
  • 1) Abenate, Michael. Speaking to the Notion of Banning Pro Wrestling in Any Way. Bleacher Report. 4 June 2009. Web. 1 September 2011.
  • 2) Cohen, Eric. Chris Benoit. About.com. 2011. Web. 1 September 2011.
  • 3) Cohen, Eric. Wrestling’s Dirty Little Secrets. About.com. 2011. Web. 1 September 2011.
  • 4) Cohen, Eric. The Pro Wrestling Injury Report. About.com. 5 September 2011. Web. 7 September 2011.
  • 5) Extreme Backyard Wrestling: Dangerous Trend Sweeping Suburbia. CBS News. 11 February 2009. Web. 1 September 2011.
  • 6) Mueller, Chris. WWE Bans Blood, Chair Shots to Head, Sexiness, and Wrestling. Bleacher Report. 17 March 2010. Web 1 September 2011.