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The world of professional wrestling is seen completely different through the eyes of a smart mark or intellectual wrestling fan if you will We know what goes on behind the scenes we criticize practically every move executed when watching an event we know the secrets of how some actions are performed and we use the words and language that those in the so-called business use Im first going to go over some of these terms to give you a better understanding in case you ever happen to come across a smart mark conversation Angle - A wrestling plot which may involve only one match or may continue over several matches for some time the reason behind a feud or a turn Blade - The practice of cutting oneself or being cut with a part of a razor blade Also known as juicing Booker - The individual responsible for angles finishes hiring and firing in a promotion Bump - A fall or hit done as a spot see spot which takes the wrestler or other participant ie referee manager out of the ring or out of action Face - A fan favorite A wrestler who plays the good guy Fall - A referees count of three with the losers shoulders on the mat Green - Not good due to inexperience Hard way - Real blood produced by means other than blading ie the hard way One of the possible outcomes of a shoot Heat - Enthusiasm a positivenegative response Heel - A bad guy in a federation A heel often breaks the rules and receives a bad poorhated response from the fans Job - A staged loss A clean job is a staged loss by legal pin fall or submission without Jobber - An un-pushed wrestler who does jobs for pushed wrestlers Barry Horowitz is probably the best known of these Sometimes known as fish
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