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The World According to Wrestling

The World According To Wrestling is a project exploring characters and stereotypes in wrestling featuring interviews with professional wrestlers and celebrity fans.

#6 Creative

#6 Creative

In the wrestling writer’s room, you’re often damned if you do and damned if you don’t. So who are these people? How are the shows written? And what is the life of a wrestling writer like? In the final episode of series 2, we explore the creative process.

#5 National Identity

Throughout it’s history, wrestling has churned out all sorts of overt national stereotypes. Everything from the heroic all Americans and evil Russians to British kings, Irish leprechauns and Samoan wildmen. How do the wrestlers playing these characters feel? And...
#4 Dirt Sheets

#4 Dirt Sheets

As a journalist, how do you cover wrestling? As a sport, a TV show or both? Is it reported for real? What is this world and who occupies it? Let’s find out.

#3 Trump

#3 Trump

Did the President of the United States use wrestling as a dress rehearsal for his political career? How was the character of “Donald Trump” written and what legacy did he leave behind in wrestling? Let’s dive deep into the politics.

#2 British

#2 British

The World Of Sport, the fresh new brands that make up the UK scene and what WWE did next. We explore with guests Paul “Triple H” Levesque, Andy Quildan, William Regal, Robbie Brookside, Finn Balor, Neville, Klondyke Kate, Dave Meltzer, Ryan Satin, Court Bauer and Fred Dinenage.

1# Intergender

1# Intergender

Intergender wrestling. Men wrestling women. Does it still happen? Is it empowering? And what does Andy Kaufman have to do it with it all? We explore with Abbey Laith, Bob Zmuda, Klondyke Kate, Kris Levin, Andy Quildan and Dave Meltzer.