||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.
||the practice of cutting oneself or being cut with
a part of a razor blade hidden in tights, hair or wrappings
in order to produce juice.
||to become fatigued or exhausted.
||the individual responsible for angles, finishes,
hiring and firing in a promotion.
||a fall or hit done as a spot (see spot) which takes
the wrestler (or other participant, i.e. referee, manager)
out of the ring or out of action.
||the series of matches in one location at one time.
||when a wrestler eliminates every other man in the
||to attract fans. the popularity of a wrestler,
the ability to bring in fans.
||a particularly bad and totally uninteresting match.
||a good guy.
||a referee's count of three with the loser's shoulders
on the mat.
||a series of matches between two wrestlers or two
tag teams. many times they will interview and bad mouth
the other wrestler.
||the event or sequence of events which leads to
the ultimate outcome of a match.
||matches or promotions that have no wrestling but
||not good due to inexperience in the ring.
|hard way juice
||real blood produced by means other than bleeding,
i.e. the hard way.
||enthusiasm, a positive response from fans.
||a bad guy, rule-breaker.
||the wrestling audience in the building
||a wrestling event un-televised.
||foreign object, something now allowed in the ring.
||a staged loss. a clean job is a staged loss by
legal pinfall or submission without resort to illegalities.
||an unpushed wrestler who does jobs for pushed wrestlers.
usually on a losing streak.
||of or related to inside information about the business,
especially by fans. it can also be called "to act
||a member of the audience, presumed gullible and
moronic. fans who do not know anything about wrestling.
||complimentary tickets, given to fans to make the
arena look as if it sold out.
||sudden heat from a house as a response to a wrestler's
entry or hot move.
||to run or be run into the ringpost.
||to injure a wrestler by hitting him on the head
or causing him to hit his head on something.
||when a wrestler starts to go on a winning streak
and gets title shots. also gets more interview time.
||interference by a non-participant in a match.
||a run-in to protect a wrestler from being beat
up after a match is over.
||a match or ending which is not clean due to factors
outside the "rules" of wrestling.
||"to sell a move", meaning to act hurt
when a move has been applied.
||the real thing, i.e. a match where one participant
is really attempting to hurt another. the opposite of
work or fake.
||a smart mark. a guy who thinks he knows everything
there is to know about wrestling. doesn't care much
for gimmicks or angles. just likes good wrestling.
||an event or sequence of events which makes a particular
match distinctive, a high-point of a match.
||a totally passive job where one wrestler completely
||a group of wrestler's united to watch each other's
||a wrestler who cannot maneuver around the ring
very swiftly. he doesn't have much flexibility or stamina
||a form of shoot where one wrestler dominates rather
than injures the other as a proof of personal superiority.
||to give into a submission maneuver
||change in orientation from heel to face or vice-versa.
||a wrestler who is part heel and part face
||a deception or fraud, the opposite of a shoot.
||the approximate ratio of good wrestling to rest
holds in a match or in a wrestler's performance.