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I watched through Wrestlers Season One recently and decided to do a review. Thing is I did not initially plan on reviewing this show. In fact it may not even be season one, since as I write this review there is no confirmation of a second season. I expect their might be so I decided to go with season one. At first I thought I would watch Wrestlers Season One and move on to something to review. Then something changed. There will be spoilers in this review.

There are seven episodes around the one hour mark of Wrestlers Season One. What changed for me? I can really relate to these different wrestlers in OVW in multiple ways. First off they are doing what they love. The small problem is what they love does not pay enough to live off of so many of them have day or side jobs. I can completely relate. I love working with, for, and on Family Friendly Gaming. It does not pay enough so I must work a day job too.

When I am at the day job I must seriously tone down my personality. Numerous people in my life who know me thought I would make a really good professional wrestler. I never got trained and decided I did not want to take all the bumps. I was also not interested in constantly traveling. So ultimately I choose to become a computer programmer instead of a professional wrestler.

The issues families will have with Wrestlers Season One are violence, blood, lack of attire, enticement to lust, bad language, and more. I was a bit surprised at how foul mouthed many of these wrestlers are. Wrestlers Season One shows the different storylines and what goes into it. Wrestlers Season One also showed how bad Ohio Valley Wrestling was doing financially. There are some shocking moments like when one of the owners had a seizure.

Wrestlers Season One shows how wrestlers are a completely different breed. I really hope that OVW does well going forward. Al Snow is one of my favorite wrestlers from the Attitude era. I really wish he had gotten more success back in the day. Al Snow's strength and training regiment is impressive considering he is eight years older than me. It was neat to see him interact with other wrestlers in Wrestlers Season One.

There are still open questions at the end of Wrestlers Season One. I am not sure how the company is doing financially. Wrestlers Season One will make viewers feel bad for the wrestlers based on their different mental issues. It is not an easy job to do. Especially for hardly any pay. Again I relate to them so much. I hope Netflix gave them some good money for that show.
- Paul


Video: 50%
Audio: 40%
Replay: 50%
Fucntionality: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 40%

System: Netflix
Publisher: Netflix
Developer: BBC Studios
Rating: ‘TV-MA’ - SEVENTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Language, Sexual Violence References}

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