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SPORTS-ENTERTAINMENT Years ago sports-entertainment in the form of wrestling was just another small business traveling through small towns entertaining few crowds Now sports-entertainment is a multi-billion dollar business traveling all around the world and watched by billions of fans as the number one show on cable television During its rise to the wrestling has undergone many changes these changes may also be the demise of the World Wrestling Federation The critics say that these changes are setting a very bad example to the young fans Wrestling is not supposed to be real it is not ment to be real True fans know this and do not take what they see on programs such as RAW Younger fans however who do not know that much about wrestlings true values may take wrestling more seriously much may result in some problems such as increase in violence and other related issues According to High school teacher and wrestling fan Raymond Butler some kids do copy the move but he say the dont go overboard I dont see them jumping off tables or anything According to the WWF World Wrestling Federation their target audience is between the ages of 18 and 34 although much of the fans are teens With RAWs rating of 14 I do not see why wrestling is such a problem In the first place 10 year olds are not supposed to be watching this so why is their a problem If their parents let them that is their choice and if the see that the children are influenced by wrestling in a negative way then they should not let them watch it anymore Teens at least most of them are mature enough to take wrestling as more of a soap opera than a sport which is exactly what it is supposed to be What I think professional wrestling to do is to tone down just
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