Do you have to go to college to become a pro wrestler?
Onward we marched to a British site entitled Hammerlock Wrestling. Specializing in "professional wrestling and submission wrestling styles," the organization offers wrestling camps for aspiring body-slammers and head-lockers. Apparently they know what they're talking about -- their news archive lists the exploits of former
students and the camp has hosted guests like the great Jake "The Snake" Roberts.
In general, athletes begin as amateurs and then, if they're good enough, move on to the pros. In its own over-the-top way, wresting is no different. If you think you have what it takes to tussle with the big boys (and girls), The Ring Post offers a list of schools from Massachusetts to California.
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