Many rumors go around the WWE locker room that top stars have a personal trainer on hand. I’m sure you’ve seen some of these rumors on various wrestling websites as well as inside the company. One reason why they are said to be around is because many wrestlers enjoy learning new skills and can use them on the field and in private. This helps improve their performance and is also said to help with their confidence level. There is no real proof or way of knowing if this really is the case, but it is a common rumor and can definitely be true. So how does someone know if they have a trainer or not?
Many wrestlers have private coaches during their training where they can ask questions about different moves and can also work on learning about wrestling in general. Many of these coaches are just regular people who work inside the company and don’t know the wrestlers by face. They do things the same way as any other wrestler would do. Sometimes they even act out certain moves and try them out for real.
A lot of times you see some of these rumors spread through word-of-mouth, from friends or colleagues that have worked with certain wrestlers. They may start making statements about their coaches or about someone who works out with them as well. Some people will tell the whole story and others will just leave subtle hints that will lead you into believing something. You may never catch them if you just listen hard enough and don’t let your guard down.
When you see reports of trainers in the WWE, you should take them with a grain of salt. Some of them are well known inside the company to be great role models and can speak openly about how to treat others. They also may not have a trainer on hand and instead just do cardio workout routines inside the ring for hours at a time. They may only work out two times a week but they know that it will pay off in the long run when they eventually get the chance to face their wrestlers for bigger money and better fame.
A lot of the time the “WWE” rumors you read will be made up and blown up online by jealous fans. They love to hate the Undertaker and anything he does. They also love to see him hurt like he has every other match. They will latch onto anything negative about The Undertaker and use it as ammunition against him for his next match.
Some of the “WWE” rumors that you read may not even be true. There have been a lot of reports where someone has gotten hurt while doing workout inside of a ring. There have also been reports where an WWE Diva was choked unconscious in a match. It seems like these “scandals” that are printed on the internet just aren’t true.
When you hear someone make a negative remark about somebody, you should ask them why they did it. Chances are, it’s just to stir up trouble and keep their head in the sand. They will say things like “He hit me with his bike” or “I saw him fall on the sidewalk” These things really bother me because that doesn’t show what happened in the actual event. If someone has hurt themselves in a real match, they should be more than willing to share the story with you.
My favorite thing to do when I hear these ” WWE” rumors is to go search on Google news. Sometimes, you might even see some pictures of what was actually said on the internet. You never really know if what you read is 100% true. Keep in mind though, the internet is filled with both legitimate and fake information.
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