Here's the top eight list of suspicious behaviors:
1. A change in the voice's pitch.
2. A change in the rate of speech.
3. A sudden increase in the number of "ums" and "ahs."
4. A change in eye contact. Normally,
one makes eye contact one-quarter to one-half of the time. If suddenly, at the convenient moment to lie, he's staring
at you or looking away, beware.
5. Turning his body away from you, even if just slightly.
6. Suddenly being able to see the white on the top and bottom of a person's eyes, not just the sides.
7. A hand reaching, even if momentarily, to cover part of the face, especially the mouth.
8. Nervous movement
of feet or legs.
Of course, in order to notice a change, you need a baseline. So you must first watch the person
when talking about innocuous issues.
The "evil green mist" is
when wrestlers mix water with food coloring. They then put the mixture in a small baggie or balloon, and have the referee
conceal it in his pocket until the planned time. Sometimes, though, the wrestler will already have it in his mouth, but that's
usually just during a short match. Choking hazard.
DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME!!
All of the fold-up
chairs the wrestlers use are designed to take most of the impact of a blow and ost of the time, wrestlers don't hit their
opponents very hard, which reduces the risk of injury. Be warned: Regular chairs aren't designed like this, and won't
take most of the impact and will end up actually injuring your opponent.
DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME!!!
95% percent of the time, a wrestler bleeds by "blading" himself, and not by using a blood capsule. A
wrestler rolls out of the ring and hides himself from the view of the audience. He then pulls out a small blade (usually concealed
in a taped-up wrist or finger) and quickly cuts his forehead. Cutting anywhere else is very dangerous and is rarely ever attempted.
However, cutting the forehead is somewhat dangerous, because you can hit a major artery if you cut too deep. The face areas
bleed easily and when mixed with sweat, can look like a lot pouring out.
DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME!!!
POSTING OR STAIRS:
The Head goes into the stairs..as the wrestler kicks it with his foot for the noise of the head banging.
WRESTLERS ARE TRAINED NOT TO GET HURT...YET STILL
MANAGE MANY REAL INJURIES.
ladders are more real because a fake ladder couldn't support two 200-300 lb. men. the steel steps are actually alluminum
and the chairs are the same. also if you notice when someone gets hit with the steel steps, they actually put their hand up
to block the blow. chair shots are straight to the face and they do hurt. read Mick Foley's books
The vast majority of bleeding incidents in wrestling
are real, and are typically induced by using hidden razor blades to cut oneself on the forehead; the act of cutting is known
in the business and among fans as blading, and bleeding is known as juicing. If a wrestler bleeds without being cut, such
as due to an accidental broken nose, he is said to be juicing hardway. If a wrestler hits another wrestler harder than he
should on purpose, that is called a "potato" or "potato shot".
THE WRESTLING RING'S MAT
ia wrestling mat is
special so it can "absorb" those body slams and piledrivers..etc..
A wrestling mat canvas consists
of the following...under the canvas are several
layers of foam padding like the type used to cushion the impacts of
stunt people. Beneath that are sheets of plywood that add an extra bounce-effect
but create sound
effects of the hard landings. Then under the ring itself are
giant suspension coil-springs to absorb the landings from
dropkicks, body slams,
suplexes, splashes, etc. and create a bounce-effect making wrestlers bounce back
inch or two. And finally, let's not forget that underneath the ring are
hidden microphones that record all the
action & excitement of the matches taking
place in the squared circle and the sounds are played back LIVE throughout
arenas for the audience to listen to and interact. Surprising huh?
(Information credit to Bandika)
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