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Leaving a Mark

Leaving a Mark: 5 times pro wrestling gave me the feels

Five moments that shaped me into the fan I am today.

Leaving a Mark is a look at some of my favorite and not so favorite moments from pro wrestling when I was growing up. They may not all be good memories, but they stuck around for one reason or another. Each week, I look back with a modern perspective on the times I cherished so much as a kid.

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Professional wrestling is an interesting sport; no matter how popular it gets in the mainstream, it never quite reaches levels of widespread acceptability and is still seen as something that’s mainly for children or adults who have arrested development. Still, it is capable of delivering extreme moments of emotion. From sheer joy to anger and happiness, few forms of entertainment are able to evoke the type of passionate responses found in wrestling.

This seemed to be especially true back in 1980s and early ’90s. Here are five moments in pro wrestling that gave me the feels.

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