Before now, I find it the hardest thing to talk about with people who aren’t casual fans or hardcore fans. The stigma that I believe is around being such a fan. The stigma can be defined as bogger eating deginerates who can’t think or believe anything that they are told. I grew up watching this for years. I watched WWF/E ever since I was about 14yrs old. Back then, it was common place. Any Tuesday, I could just go on the playground or on the bus ride to and from work. I broke up with my love affair with wrestling during high school. This was the time I first hid the fact that I watched wrestling. My first two girlfriends would not be able to tell you that I watched wrestling ever. Wrestling became my dirty little affair, that girl who you knew and spent time with when no one else was around. Years have gone by and there has been people who I tell that I watch wrestling and the few that watch along with me. I have come to the realization that wrestling may not be the most popular thing to watch on TV or go to but it is something that makes me happy. I still enjoy the show as a whole. Even what I have learned from podcasts and website that give you the behind scene access to the industry, I still make my standing date every Monday to watch wrestling.
Next time I think that someone knowing I watch wrestling will let someone think less of me, I need to look at them and go so what. I am a wrestling fan and there’s nothing wrong about that.