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For every Trish Stratus, there are many more males superstars like Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan. When it comes to second and third generation wrestlers, the gender gap is even larger. There are many more Randy Orton and Roman Reigns than Natalya and Charlotte’s. But that gap is closing and with the rise of women though things like NXT and talented trainers such as George South, Dave Finlay and Sara Del Ray, women...

Director Robert Green and 4th Row Films takes a look inside the gritty side of professional wrestling. “Fake It So Real” dives head-first into the world of independent pro wrestling. Filmed over a single week leading up to a big show, the film follows a ragtag group of wrestlers in North Carolina, exploring what happens when the over-the-top theatrics of the wrestling ring collide with the realities of the working-class South.


What do you think of the state of wrestling today? Compared to the 80’s & 90’s? Marty Jannetty: Wrestling has changed to a more soap opera-ish product, but, it’s still the best entertaining thing on TV so…learn to live and love the changes…everything in life will always be a change..nothing, but MJ N D House will ever remain the same, and even old MJ has a few new wrinkles..