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Here’s a brief summary of the rules:
How to play: Find a friend/wingman who has past or present knowledge of the WWE product. While approaching females use the following scoring system to mentally remember your score as you try to have a coherent conversation with the respective females. The first “player” to reach ten points wins the round. First to win three rounds wins the game.Got completely ignored when you started the conversation with “Did you see Raw last week”? 2 pointsUse a wrestling catchphrase during your conversation? 1 point per phrase. I almost died when I heard my friend respond with, “Woo, woo, woo, you know it” when asked if he lived in the area.Recap the latest news, rumors, and wrestling gossip without being asked? 2 points.Told them all about your days of backyard wrestling, your character, finishing move, and entrance music? 5 points.This might sound like an exercise in frustration or a game designed to make sure you never date anyone ever again, but the truth is, it actually worked…a little. Alright, it briefly works until you start getting cocky and competitive and forget why you started playing in the first place, but it works.I actually found actual females who had just the same amount of passion as I did. Whether their brothers, dads, or grandfathers watched it, they understood and appreciated the love I have for professional wrestling. I was 0-4 with four strikeouts at one point, but eventually you’ll hit a home run, or at least hit a single.Listen, let’s all be honest with each other. If you’re reading this than you’re probably an above average to mildly obsessed fan of professional wrestling. It’s in your blood. You love it, those around you know you love it, and anyone else who comes into your life will at some point have to deal with your passion. It’s only inevitable that wrestling will get in the way of certain plans.