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In the 2000s, wrestling was steadily gaining popularity in Europe. This trend did not spare me, an impressionable teenager who liked everything new and unusual.
Thanks to WWE, I got a burning desire to work on my health and body. It’s a hobby that lasts to this day. So I have a personal liking for this kind of sports entertainment.
The highest-rated shows were the children of WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) – Raw and Smackdown. ECW also existed, but it didn’t get as much excitement as the previous two.
Based on the Extreme Championship Wrestling promotion, the rights to which were bought by WWE in 2001. The show ran from 2006 to 2010.
WWE Raw is considered World Wrestling Entertainment’s flagship show and still broadcast live weekly since January 11, 1993. It is currently the longest-running TV show in television history.
“The Big Four” was created back in the 1980s. It consists of four annual events: SummerSlam, Survivor Series, Royal Rumble, and WrestleMania.
SummerSlam had traditionally performed in August. Its creators have dubbed it the “Biggest Event of the Summer” and consider it the second most crucial show after WrestleMania.
SummerSlam regularly hosts some of the year’s most significant main events, which can rightfully be considered the brightest finale of the summer.
I remember Survivor Series as an exciting five-on-five match where the best survives. It was also where Undertaker made his WWE debut in 1990 and Duane Johnson’s “The Rock” six years later.
These events at Survivor Series marked, I dare say in no uncertain terms, the beginning of a new era of wrestling.
The Royal Rumble is broadcast in January and is my favorite event because its highlight is the original main match, which is unique.
I’m referring, of course, to the competition for the WrestleMania ticket, which consists of thirty superstars taking turns to enter, one every ninety seconds.
The annual highlight of all WWE events is WrestleMania. How many genuinely memorable matches has it presented to the world… It’s also impossible to count how many of the brightest wrestlers have appeared here.
It is, without exaggeration, the Alma Mater of WWE Hall of Fame legends and the entire wrestling world.
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That’s what the world of WWE looks like as I saw it in the 2000s – colorful and inspiring. Just like CM Punk was.
See you again in my next wrestling stories, friends!
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