So your skinny as bicycle rims or pumped like monster truck tiers?
Whatever state your body’s in, you considered to become a professional wrestler ever since feasting your eyes on the action. Is it possible you ask?…Sure check this out.
1) Sign up at a local wrestling club
First you want to sign up at a wrestling club closest to you. Most clubs have a small joining and monthly fee like any other sports club, now to think you’d be losing here if your “not cut out” but the honest and obvious fact is that you don’t have to be the greatest performer in the game to make it big.
2) Create a gimmick
So your in the ring every week practicing bumps, cycles in your shorts and sneakers by then but believe it or not, performer gimmick are one of the most important entity in the wrestling business. First impressions should relate to “nice! something different”. Thumbs up for you! and your 50% there.
3) Performing visuals
The bag of tricks, your custom pack of moves play the role of entertaining viewers front till back end of the show crowd, big or small. Have this as your main focus to build confidence with what your doing and how, forget what it does because the look of motion are the thrill for paying fans.
The club has you under their brand, they teach you basic and advanced but one thing you’d notice is that you never have time to improve the character intended so before accepting a weekend show opportunity make sure you had matched the level ready.
Face or heal? Face, the good guy, signing autographs and kissing babies. Heal, the bad guy, going home early. You should know what suits you best.
Buy/build a wrestling ring or purchase a reasonable size trampoline witch are the modern way…capture your performance, playback, tweak, change and simply craft your style.
Look your best, showing up with your local shirt store shirt wouldn’t be an option…having a match while being presence with a fan wearing the same shirt has to suck unless its custom printed. Have the full and final attire before showing up as a pro wrestler.
This might be a simple point and having you wondering how do i get the major brand to call me on my break proof Nokia…easy, its all about buzz. The key is to enjoy what your doing, people will talk about you. Meanwhile your building a fan base on Facebook or Twitter there’s one thing you have to do and that’s to build a relationship with the club owner, you know him…and he knows them.
Its a sport, its wrestling but you should act professional because its business.