Essay about Informative Speech About Real Proffessional Wrestling

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Communications 110
2 February 2011

Real Pro Wrestling

Specific Purpose: To inform my audience of The professional sports league called Real Pro Wrestling.

Central Idea: Real Pro Wrestling was a professional sports league that differed from modern professional wrestling. Important factors include how the league started, who watches it, who competes in it, and where it is today.


What do you think of when somebody mentions, “professional wrestling”? Most likely you think WWE, Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, And WWF. Did you know that there was a real professional wrestling league? And by this I mean it is based on the actual sport of wrestling. It is called Real Pro Wrestling. The word “real” is there to
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Also, a participant named Daniel Cormier was a two-time Olympic freestyle wrestler and was the team captain of the 2008 U.S. Olympics wrestling team.

Wrestling is one of the oldest sports known to man, and there are a huge number of participants in the U.S., in middle schools, high schools, and colleges. This is the main target for the fan base of the show. Most people who have participated in the sport of wrestling would understand what is going on in the match when they sit down and watch Real Pro Wrestling, such as the point system and specific rules. Someone who has never wrestled before can still enjoy watching and be entertained, but they may not have as much understanding about the process and rules of a match. For this reason, the main targeted demographic of the show is males age 18-34. This particular demographic would love to see one of the oldest and most beloved sports in the country represented in a realistic and tasteful manner.

Unfortunately, Real Pro Wrestling no longer exists today. After 2 seasons, the league ceased to operate in 2007. There were a number of factors that led to the downfall of Real Pro Wrestling. Many speculate as to why Real Pro Wrestling isn’t around anymore. When the show stopped airing on TV in 2007 it was a disappointment for most wrestlers in the U.S., because Real Pro Wrestling was doing something great for the sport. It was increasing awareness and