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There’s four hours of weekly programming, monthly pay-per-views, and God only knows how much extra online content you can sniff out if you really wanted to. You can’t hide your love for wrestling forever, so you might as well come straight out with the truth. You’re not trying to define yourself with your passion for wrestling, but you certainty shouldn’t have to live within a cloud of shame about it either.
Don’t let anybody fool you into thinking honesty is the best policy. Sometimes a little discretion or white lie goes a long way, but when it comes to finding love, your best bet is to be an open book. No secrets usually equals no drama. Being a professional wrestling fan comes with a certain stigma for whatever reason so it’s completely understandable why one would feel timid about displaying that initially, but it’s the right thing to do in this situation.
Fact is, do you really want to date someone who can’t even understand or appreciate your passions? Why keep something that is a big part of your life hidden? Express your love for wrestling…to a certain extent.
This brings us to the first rule: Know when you’re being the “creepy wrestling guy”...
If this “game” taught me and my friend anything, it’s when to slow your roll on your love, knowledge, or anything relating to wrestling. There comes a certain moment when you go from being a likeable male with a passion and hobby, to being the guy who won’t stop talking about how Brock Lesnar should have won at Extreme Rules.
This also directly relates to another valuable rule to follow: Show them that it’s a passion and hobby…
Everyone has a passion for something and enjoys doing something. Sure, you might run into a person who judges, demeans, and is condescending towards your own likes, but that person is probably going to wind up divorced and lonely at some point, so the joke’s on them. Pay no attention to these people.