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A fictional storyline
A highly-promoted non-title match at or near the end of a card, which is a main selling point for an event
A cheer or positive reaction from the crowd.
The worked rising of a popular wrestlers' status in the eyes of the fans.
A wrestler intentionally cutting himslef
A wrestler who routinely looses to build the credibility of other wrestlers
An experienced wrestler who knows how to work a match to its full potential
A manager who does the promos, or all the talking, for a wrestler possessing little or no mic skills
The character played by a wrestler
The 'bad guy' wrestler
A fan who is aware of and interested in the backstage and non-scripted aspects of wrestling
An in-character interview or monologue
Boos or negative reaction from the live fans.
The presentation of scripted actions and worked matches as being legitimate or real.
To Fall on the mat or ground
To react to an opponent's attacks in a manner that suggests to the audience that the attacks hurt.
An unfair and controversial finish, often involving cheating or outside interference.
A wrestling fan who enthusiastically believes that professional wrestling is not staged
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The 'good-guy' wrestler
To become exhausted during a match
Non televised match
An occurrence in which a wrestler's shoulders are pinned to the mat for a count of two, but the wrestler manages to escape before the referee's hand hits the mat a third time
Any planned action or series of actions in a match
A risky top rope move
To wrestle the first match of the card
A wrestler or story line that attracts the attention of the audience, people willing to pay to see
To show no reaction to an opponent's offensive moves
To attempt a scripted move or line and not perform it well or as planed
Accepted by fans, and getting the desired reaction from them.
A loose hold applied during a match, during which wrestlers catch their breath and/or plan the next series of spots together
Refers to a wrestler who is in the early stages of their career and, as a result, may be prone to make mistakes because of their inexperience.
A sudden change in the direction of a storyline to surprise the fans.
To sabotage a throw by letting one's body go limp instead of cooperating, which makes the throw much harder, if not impossible, to execute.
To determine and schedule the events of a wrestling card
A switch in alignment of a wrestler's character.

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