The Wrestling Universe
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Wrestling is a competitive sport where two, or more, wrestlers physically engage in combat, in an attempt to gain control, by using different techniques, such as takedowns and joint pins to take them down to the ground and achieve a dominant position.
Wrestling has been around for many centuries, possibly even as old as mankind. The only thing that changes is the type of techniques, back then they probably used the most common way to take down their opponents, the grappling of the neck. Now you have these different type of techniques, such as wizzer (defensive move), overhead chops (attack), and clothesline (attack). More techniques in the "subpages".
Wrestling nowadays have more than 50 techniques, and more than 5,000 people play this sport. Wrestling is more sophisticated than it was centuries ago.