Exposed! Pro Wrestling's Greatest Secrets

1998
5| 0h45m| en
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Go behind the scenes into the strange world of pro wrestling. Find out why these men are more than athletes, and more like actors. Revealed are the tricks of the trade and the secrets to putting on a good show.

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Nash Entertainment

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Lawbolisted Powerful
Claysaba Excellent, Without a doubt!!
Arianna Moses Let me be very fair here, this is not the best movie in my opinion. But, this movie is fun, it has purpose and is very enjoyable to watch.
Billy Ollie Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable
Terryfan In the 1990s rather you say it or not, you watched Pro Wrestling rather it was the WWF, The WCW or The ECW you knew Wrestling was every where. Wrestling Documentary videos were everywhereExposed! Pro Wrestling's Greatest Secrets is a old video that try to "Exposed" all of the secrets behind Pro Wrestling.Now just for the record most fans know the history of the stunts these Wrestlers do every time they step into the ring we all not fools but some of this program did insult some of our intelligence. And using the word 'Fake' always get fans in a riot mood also this video try lost some of interest when some things fans know are far from beyond the truth.Yes we know how wrestling works so don't make us feel like we don't know what's going on. The special has eight masked real Pro Wrestlers exposing the secrets of wrestling. It's actually interesting to see how they pull off these moves and tricks though there are some things you might find highly unlikely that it works like thatBut still this show really is interesting enough but lack on some of the truth about wrestling it takes fans of the sport to understand it and fans of wrestling follow it like crazy It also interesting to note how they were able to disguise the wrestlers and referee in the special to protect their true Identities.This is just one of those wrestling films you have to watch to understand more of it and only wrestling fans would get what they were talking about just keep in mindYea it was release in 1998 but it is still something to consider looking into if you like wrestling or just curious about the filmI give Exposed! Pro Wrestling's Greatest Secrets an 7 out of 10
Steven Mosley Jr. If you are a genuine fan of sports entertainment and are looking to see exactly how they do what they do, or are an aspiring wrestler who is looking to find out how they perform what they do safely, then this film is for you. While they do not cover every move performed, they do cover a lot of the most common moves, from simple punches to pile drivers.If you're one of those who have it set in their mind wrestling is real and none of it is fake, do not watch this. It will only crush your dreams and burst your bubble. If you're one of those who think it is completely fake. Again, don't watch, because this film will burst your bubble also.After watching this film you will truly appreciate these entertainers to a whole new level. I gave it a 7 out of 10 because it is outdated. While it is outdated, the premise is basically the same. Now I just wish they would make a documentary on what it's actually like to be a wrestler.
sorednax3 Not quite sure if the goal was to celebrate pro wrestling for the art form that it is, or discredit it. If the latter, it failed since Pro Wrestling still thrives.I think the producers were getting tired of the whole exposing Magic's Big Secrets and were looking for something else fun to spoil.As a former pro wrestler myself, I can say a few things inconsistent with the documentary. First, the ring. Under the canvas it is indeed padded, but no more than maybe 2 inches of padding. The documentary makes it look like your jumping around on a sleep-number mattress. The padding helps, but it is still wood and steel underneath. Does it hurt? Not really. But landing wrong can knock the wind out of ya.Second is the mic under the ring. This may be a technique done in large scale arenas by WWE, and at the time WCW. But on an indy circuit, as a fan, a member of the ring crew, and as a performer myself, I never noticed any microphone.I didn't also care for the negative words like con, scam, etc. Pro Wrestling is just like going to see a magic show. You suspend disbelief and allow yourself to get caught up in the moment.
blackwolf021775 The wording in this joke of a show was used to make wrestling fans seem like total idiots.The words scam,con,deception paint the whole thing in a negative light that bluntly by the time this was made..had not Vince McMahon said it was all fake anyway? Like people didn't know to begin with this was just made to pull in some money from the popularity surge wrestling had in the 90's.Wrestling is entertainment much like movies or a TV show those aren't real so why all the fuss? We as people hear negative words and due to association will feel just like the media wants us to we either agree or disagree but still talk about it. And most of the wrestlers that helped make this had to have done it just for the money because they weren't that good in the ring anyway.